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Advice for Argentinian or Santa Maria style grill top

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    Advice for Argentinian or Santa Maria style grill top

    Hola, mis amigos. Our son-in-law from Patagonia has limited funds. He wants an Argentinian or Santa Maria style grill, but wants to build a concrete block base, firebricks on top of that in order to save money. And Ahumadora, we aren't welders! Lo siento. So, he needs to buy the top part. When I look at Sunterra, they include the whole firebox. He wants just the top, from the grill up. Anybody have advice, links, suggestions?
    Muchas gracias,

    Daniel
    ps: This is cooking right now on what my SIL can't afford. Nuestra yerno y cordero. Rolled boneless lamb shoulder, with salt, pepper, garlic and rosemary. FOGO charcoal surrounded by oak and alder.

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    Last edited by new2smoking; April 2, 2020, 05:24 PM. Reason: Photos didn't load first time. And, the lamb was delicious!

    #2
    Check out Gabby's Grills, maybe they have something you can adapt.

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    • treesmacker
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      Interesting!

    #3
    Several sites online use the braten campfire and build a base. https://grillsandcookers.com/collect...raten-campfire

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      #4
      you can also find them on etsy

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        #5
        You can build a base with short walls where the parrilla sits with expanded metal for the parrilla. Cut short bars of 3/4" round bar or concrete reinforcing rod for the fire to sit on. No welding required. As I have said before you don't need all that crap to raise and lower the parrilla. Here's some ideas https://images.app.goo.gl/P8eq2HiQb6QnEy8X9

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          #6
          Pictures aren't showing, Daniel, new2smoking .

          Kathryn

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          • new2smoking
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            Thanks, I'll repost the photos.

          #7
          https://www.santamariagrills.com/

          Call them (if they are open right now) and describe the dimensions.

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            #8
            https://www.productosnuke.com.ar/

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            • new2smoking
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              Thanks, Max. Aún demasiado caro para nuestro yerno.

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            Thanks, all. I reposted the photos above. I suppose I should post them in SUWYC

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              #10
              I see I'm a little late to the party with this but I did get the Gabby's grill attachment with the upgraded grate for my 22" Weber kettle and I haven't looked back. Thing is fantastic. Worth the money and solidly built.
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