Firepit cooking – A fire pit provides not only opportunities for outdoor cooking, but also provides a place to sit and have a fireside chat with friends and family. Some fire pits are permanent, some are temporary and some are portable. Grill Locations offers several ways to cook, and can enhance the look of a backyard. Food can be cooked in the fire pits on a spit or by putting a grid over the logs.
Stone and brick firepit cooking made by digging a hole in the dirt, soil or gravel. A ring of stones, bricks or concrete blocks then stacked around the edge of the pit. This low wall prevents the logs rolling out of the pit as the fire burns. This design can be temporary, with stones or bricks set in place without mortar, or permanent stone or brick fire pits can be done by mortaring stones or bricks in place. A permanent barbecue can be installed on one of these fire pits by mortaring it.
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Not every place is near a good supply of firewood to burn in a fire pit. Gas firepit cooking is best suited for these locations. They are made of metal and operated either of propane tanks or by a natural gas line connection. Unlike wood-burning fireplaces, no cleaning required after cooking with gas.