This original brick grill combines a barbecue and pizza oven, while our mobile grill is mobile and is intended more for a large open terrace than for a garden plot.
The brazier is built in a mobile table, and you can enjoy any dish with heat and heat in any weather.
How to make the original brazier of bricks.
1. On a flat surface of plastic (or any other, but covered with ordinary oilcloth) we spread the base of the brazier of refractory bricks and pour concrete bottom with concrete. At the bottom of the brazier before pouring lay out the grid of metal rod - so our foundation will be reliable.
2. Make a movable platform with rollers from timber. Because brick grill will be heavy, then we place two rollers on each leg.
3. Install the base of the barbecue on a mobile platform.
The base will be very heavy, so it’s better to do it with assistants and the rolling method.
4. We lay out a brick brazier, making an arch for the firebox.
5. In the side walls somewhere in the middle of the height of the brazier we lay two metal rods for a flat stone for pizza.
6. At the top of the barbecue (above the pizza stone) we lay a metal sheet for coal and two rods that will support the grill grate.
7. Pour concrete cover over the barbecue from concrete (it will hold on to the bars that we laid for the grill grate.). To fill the lid, you need to make a wooden formwork of the appropriate size, laying a grid of metal rods on the bottom. In order for the lid to be convenient to remove, when pouring the mortar we foresee a hole in the middle. We decorate the grill cover with the remnants of ceramic tiles.
8. Making a wooden table for barbecue.
9. Install the countertop on a mobile platform. And our brick grill is ready!
On such a grill in the oven, we can cook hot tortillas.
Well, actually for what the brazier was built - barbeque on the grill.
There is another option barbecue countertop.
This grill is made on a metal frame, which makes it much easier.
Perhaps our version of the brick grill is far from ideal. Its mobility is not always justified. It is not clear what to do for such a brazier, when smoke is still poured from the firebox right in your face. It would be good to put a protective grate for the lower firebox, if we are going to sit at its tabletop, open fire is dangerous.
But there are also advantages - in the upper firebox under the grill we put the already-burned coals (so the smoke will be minimal) - and individually fry the meat to your favorite degree of roasting. You can use the grill for cheese fondue, setting the pan with cheese on the grill. Who is concerned about the word "fondue" - we are dipping vegetables strung on long sticks, bread in a container with hot, warmed cheese, which is standing on an open fire. The main thing is not to forget to make a grate for the lower firebox
We hope our brazier of brick will inspire you to build your barbecue in the country.