Portable Outdoor Fireplace

A portable outdoor fireplace can keep your party moving!


| December 2011/January 2012


I really enjoyed your article on hearth cooking, Hearth Cooking: An Ancient Cooking Technique Revisited. A few years ago, while trying to find a place in the backyard to have a wienie roast, I put my mind to work and came up with a simple but workable plan for a cooker of my own. I call it my “portable, backyard cement-block fireplace.”

I used standard-sized cement blocks and recycled grill racks. I didn’t use mortar, so we can move the portable outdoor fireplace to a different location if the need arises.

For my family and friends, it has been an enjoyable and useful backyard wood cooker, cooking everything from smoked sausage on a stick to our Thanksgiving ham. Plus, the kids love it!

Ronnie Norwood
High Point, North Carolina

sexycowgirl
6/12/2015 8:49:09 AM

How do you make it


Ed
4/7/2015 3:31:08 PM

I haave searched the web for grills, I get everything except the top cooking grill and the bottom wood grill pictured. What else would you call them and any idead where to get them? Thanks


don
4/1/2015 12:50:52 AM

Have to watchout for exploding concrete. .... we had a brick one at camp like this that has lasted 50+ years.... Enjoy nothing like bbq






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