Tin Can Grill
I think this is optimized for a #10 can, but like most of my projects, once you have the concept you can feel free to experiment based upon your needs and materials at hand.
Construction is simple:
- Mark the top of the can into 10 equally wide segments.
- Using tin snips cut along these marks until you have 10 strips that are 2/3 as long as the depth of the can (this leaves the bottom 1/3 in one piece to keep the round shape.
- Bend these strips out so they radiate outwards. Do not press them all the way down, they should form a dish.
- Place aluminum foil over the can, so that it forms a bowl supported by the 10 strips.
- Insert charcoal into bowl, and light – take care not to use so much that the mound of fuel rises above the top of the bowl.
- Place grate on grill, so that it is supported by the metal strips.
- Grill food and enjoy.
Weber accessories are made to provide the same durable performance as our grills, so grilling can be a success every time. Replacement charcoal cooking grate is made of heavy-gauge steel and fit all 14-1/2-inch kettles.