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    Look what I made

    I got an idea today after I watched my rib drippings drip off of the aluminum foil I put next to my Slow n' Sear.
    I created the perfect template to make aluminum foil drip pans to fit next to the Slow n' Sear.
    I used my charcoal grate as a guide and took some 2x lumber and measured the open space from the Slow n' Sear to the edge of my kettle and PRESTO the perfect template to make aluminum foil drip pans.

    That is Sweet-As-All-Get-Out!!!!

    I have a half moon plate in mine.


      Nice work! Beats hand-forming a drip pan like I do.


      • Jerod Broussard
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        It also looks pretty impervious to about 3 tons.

      Very cool!


        Smaht & Sharp! Good Job!



          We'll eventually be making an accessory shaped just like that. You'll be able to cover it with foil for easier cleanup if you like.


          • Harry
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            I am looking forward to this. I'll no longer have to keep a wide variety of pre-formed aluminum pans and heavy duty foil stacked everywhere.

          • jmoffatt
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            I'd be in for one of those.








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