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I had one of these mini Weber grills sitting around taking up space for years. I think originally it was a free thing I picked up from a ...
You will need: --An old Weber Smoky Joe grill (or equivalent) --A charcoal chimney --Metal cutting saw --Drill --Metal punch --Welder (optional, but very nice to have)
You'll want to remove all of the grates in the grill and detach the legs (save them, they'll be reused). Turn the base of the grill upside down ...
You don't really need to weld this. If you slowly take your time shaping the hole you can get a very tight fit. The plus side of this ...
Evenly space out the legs around the charcoal chimney. Use your punch and drill out the holes. Attach the legs, bending them into shape as necessary. The grill ...
Load up the chimney. Put one sheet of newspaper beneath it. Light it up. And in about 15 minutes . . .
Feel free to throw in some hardwood for a smokey flavor in your food. You can do this by adding it straight to the charcoal or sitting it ...
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