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    Default Simple pot holder for charcoal starter chimney.

    Hi all, here is a simple pot holder I just made that turns a standard charcoal starter chimney into a stick stove.

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    I cut two slots into the outer section so it will work with both my small and large weber starter.

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    Will clean up the edges when it's not raining and I can use my belt sander outside.

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    The brackets fit completely inside for storage and transport.
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    Nice idea.
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    Pretty nifty.

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    Used it the other day to cook a pot roast. Held my small dutch oven, no problem.

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    Did a nice job on the browning the meat and sweating the vegetables. Was preheating the brazing water while getting the charcoals ready in the fire pit on the left side.

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    Good idea for utilizing all that wasted heat energy from lightning coals...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pipercub View Post
    Good idea for utilizing all that wasted heat energy from lightning coals...
    It also saves a lot of time when making a pot roast as you can bring it to boil very quickly.

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