I once saw Alton Brown build a smoker out of a cardboard box on an episode of Good Eats. It seemed relatively inexpensive and easy to make. Sure, itâ€™s a great for packaging and you can create pretty nifty cutouts of your favorite celebritiesâ€¦ but my biggest concern with cardboard is that it isnâ€™t a very durable building material for BBQâ€™n.
I have recently found plans that take Altonâ€™s smoker to a new level with the use of a garbage can. Yes, garbage can. For about $50 you can follow the step-by-step instructions, which are documented very well, and build your very own trashcan smoker.
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