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Old 06-08-2007, 01:38 PM   #11
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LOL...Uncle B, I already have a 36" SS Roasting gas grill with a 1" spit that would accomodate 3 turkeys or a whole pig and a Chargriller - Pro. My DW can't wait to have the brick BBQ. We love our wood burning fireplace, and even cook baked potatoes in it using these clay pots. (I should live in the country somewhere, not Jersey )

The brick BBQ would double as a fireplace on cool nights and extend our entertaining area down to the patio instead of the deck. I was thinking a dry-stack build, too, but we have no intention on moving anytime soon.
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Old 06-08-2007, 01:54 PM   #12
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LOL...Uncle B, I already have a 36" SS Roasting gas grill with a 1" spit that would accomodate 3 turkeys or a whole pig and a Chargriller - Pro. My DW can't wait to have the brick BBQ. We love our wood burning fireplace, and even cook baked potatoes in it using these clay pots. (I should live in the country somewhere, not Jersey )

The brick BBQ would double as a fireplace on cool nights and extend our entertaining area down to the patio instead of the deck. I was thinking a dry-stack build, too, but we have no intention on moving anytime soon.
Then by all means get busy and make the little woman happy! Time is a wastin! Strike while the iron is hot, before she changes her mind!

Good luck and Enjoy!
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