EBq DIY BBQ Grill

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Introduction: EBq DIY BBQ Grill

how to make the BBQ grill!!!

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    drabinowitz
    drabinowitz

    9 years ago on Introduction

    I like the idea, but what I would to is, instead of bending the coat hanger like that, I would make sticks out of the coat hanger and poke them through the cap of the tin, that way you have more room in the storage area of the tin for fuel.
    Also, what I would think to be interesting, maybe two or more altoids tins put together to make one large grill, so you can grill bigger things like burgers on them.

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    mattbomb
    mattbomb

    11 years ago on Introduction

     can some one tell me what the e stands for in ebq 

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    vmspionage
    vmspionage

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Love the grill! Actually it inspired my own made from an Altoids Sours tin, fan guards from a broken computer power supply, and a few nuts and bolts. It can fit a whole briquette because it sits on the lower grill. The lid goes underneath to catch any ashes that fall through.

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    matrix828
    matrix828

    Reply 12 years ago on Introduction

    post an instructable on this!!! its soooo sick!!

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    vmspionage
    vmspionage

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    Better late than never? :D

    https://www.instructables.com/id/Altoids-Sours-BBQ-Grill/

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    porcupinemamma

    I don't know what the little coil that looks like a spring is. can you please explain?

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    ryukyu
    ryukyu

    12 years ago on Introduction

    Is the Altoids tin actually made of tin or is it some other metal? I would be worried about what may transfer to foods at cooking temperatures.

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    monkeeeee001
    monkeeeee001

    Reply 11 years ago on Introduction

    It probably isn't food grade, but this is more of a novelty item than a permanent kitchen appliance.

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    dodo91
    dodo91

    12 years ago on Introduction

    I have an thought. If you put this in your pocket, the charcoal will get all over your pocket. hence, it's not that portable. how about you don't cut a large box. just open it and then grill! if you can't understand what I said (wrote) here: leave the lid ALONE! just cut a hole.

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    sgt. frog
    sgt. frog

    12 years ago on Introduction

    do you need that heat coil if you have no dice or whatever else could be there?

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    zrune18
    zrune18

    12 years ago on Introduction

    hey wat do u uze to power dat thing???charcoal???candle? both?????