Few activities are as fulfilling as spending a long spring day behind a grill. Cooking up an outdoor feast for your friends and family is always a fun, satisfying experience. It allows you to use your culinary skills, your creativity, and your imagination while enjoying the outdoors in a way that brings joy to people around you.
Do you want to try all kinds of outdoor cooking but have limited backyard space? Then this project just might be for you! It’s compact and it can cook three ways! Here’s the ultimate outdoor project for every cooking need – a smokehouse, a pizza oven, and a grill, all in one!
If you enjoy having friends and family over at your house, you can always host BBQ grill parties! Just imagine all the food you can make with this DIY project…You can smoke or grill fish and meat. And if you want to go Italian, then you can have freshly baked pizza or focaccia.
It certainly is not a quick DIY project, but it’s a simple build that anybody can do it. If you don’t have prior knowledge, make sure to read the complete tutorial and do some additional research first.
Check and confirm if the available materials to you are food safe and durable under high temperatures. Also, do not forget to cure your oven and smoker before actually using it. This is important not just for strengthening the structure but also for getting rid of the moisture that could otherwise get into your food!
There are proper ways to do every phase of this project, but again, do a little bit of research and your DIY all-in-one outdoor cooker should be a success!
Do you want to have this awesome build in your backyard?
You’ll need these materials:
- 10-12mm diameter Steel
- Water-Resistant Insulation
- Clay/Special Fireclay Brick
- Fire Resistant Mortar
- Paper Tube (for making pizza hearth chimney)
- Plaster (sand, cement, lime)
- Wood Planks
And these tools:
- Measuring Tape
- Spirit Level
You can get step-by-step instructions from woodenProjects!
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