Also....anyone can tell me where I can purchase a 55 gallon metal drum new or used. If used then contained a non-chemical item.????????????
I wish to build a smoker/bbq grill. Thank you.
I live in Santiago.
Bill, that would be a bonus. You will be my first rib tester. Mesquite wood...do I need to go all the way to Monte Cristi for the wood or can it be purchased here? Anyway, I will give you a call. Thanks.
Barbecue Recipes Here's a fun sight for marinades as well as many other tips and recipes.I was wondering what wood is available for this type cooking? Haven't noticed anything out there but haven't focused on trying to find it til now.
Also, a homemade marinate....any ideas?
cORRECTION TO ABOVE POST;
NORTH-EAST SHOULD BE NORTH-wEST.
Old age getting to me, finally. Can't keep my directions straight.
I have a finca between Sosua and Cabarete that has almond trees. You are welcome to harvest some of my almond wood if you invite my wife and I over to sample your results. whadauthink?Well here is the answer to my question. There is a place in Santiago where one can go on Thurs between 8 and 12. They will sell you a 55 gal drum for about 150RD. This is a place that manufactures oils. So the drum will not have stored chemicals. The exact name you can PM me should you desire a 55 gallon drum. One would then have the drum split in half, a stand made for it. The grill made for it and a few other items and you have a nice bbq. I will get my drum on Thursday and will know more then. Look forward to making some ribs for Hillbilly, Texas Bill, and others. One can buy pork ribs by the pound for 60RD. I will do 10 to 15 pounds at a time.
If anyone knows an exact location where I can get mesquite or almond wood. Let me know.
Thanks for marinade. I bought a rub for ribs. And I will slow cook these ribs. Should be very nice.
..... One would then have the drum split in half, a stand made for it. The grill made for it and a few other items and you have a nice bbq. I will get my drum on Thursday and will know more then. ...