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How To Recycle And Old Car Rim Into An Awesome BBQ / Fire Pit

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The barbecue season is already upon some of you while others anxiously await it’s arrival. If you don’t want to spend big money on one of those fancy BBQ’s we’ve found a unique idea that makes a lot of sense, and will save you a lot of dollars.

We are going to show you how to turn an old car rim into an awesome BBQ / fire pit. Go ahead and watch the video now to see how to make a car rim BBQ that will impress your friends.

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Barbecue Pits – The Ultimate BBQ Experience

There is nothing that says you take your grilling seriously quite like a barbecue pit. If you want to feed a small army with a heaping helping of barbecue then a barbecue pit is for you. Anyone can use one, from your grill crazy neighbor down the street to people who cook barbecue for a living. You can get one in any shape, size or price range; it just depends on your needs. There is nothing you can’t barbecue on them, except for perhaps a whole cow, but there is probably one out there that can handle that as well.

Not everyone understands what a barbecue pit is. A charcoal filled pit slow cooking a pig all day is what most people envision. Now while that is still a barbecuing method that works today, the modern barbecue pit, as most people from barbecue happy parts of the country know, is a modern marvel of grilling magic. In the hands of a skilled griller a barbecue pit will produce mouth watering meals time after time.


The barbecue pits on the market today are built well and can take thousand degree temperatures with ease. You can keep your barbecue pit in tip top shape for many years if you follow these few tips.

Before you fire up your barbecue pit for the first time it is a good idea to coat the inside with cooking oil. If you look you can find oil made just for barbecue pits. Once you have a nice coat of oil on the inside of your pit make a small fire in its center and let it heat the pit and the oil until it has burnt out. After about two hours your barbecue pit will be properly seasoned and you can start barbecuing.

Andrew Bicknell is a barbecue aficionado with a website about barbecuing. For more tips and trick about barbecue pits visit his web site Backyard Barbecue.

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