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BBQ Manual: A Guide to Cooking with Grills, Chimeneas, Brick Ovens and Spits (Owner’s Workshop Manual)

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BBQ Manual: A Guide to Cooking with Grills, Chimeneas, Brick Ovens and Spits (Owner's Workshop Manual)

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BBQ Manual: A Guide to Cooking with Grills, Chimeneas, Brick Ovens and Spits (Owner’s Workshop Manual)

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Cast Iron Chiminea

Chiminea Cast Iron Barbecue Grill Cooking Waffle Iron

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  • Colour: Black
  • Made with Cast Iron
  • Delivery within 5 working days (Royal Mail Standard)
  • No quarrel money back guarentee within 14 days of receipt
  • 59H x 13W x 0D CM, IN = Inches, CM = Centimetres

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This cast iron, waffle iron is from our barbecue accessory range. This is a brilliant, sturdy piece of barbecue equipment that is efficient, durable and very well made.


Chiminea Cast Iron Barbecue Grill Cooking Waffle Iron

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The Eco Paper Log Maker

www.downthelane.net – How to use the eco logmaker using newspaper and junk mail etc.
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Chiminea

89cm Black Steel Chimenea Chiminea With Pull Out Cooking Grill

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  • 89cm high x 40cm wide
  • Made solely from steel and paint black with heat resistent paint
  • Strong and durable construction
  • Pull out grill to cook food
  • High value item and a good introduction to chimeneas

chiminea

This product provides the flexiblity of a patio heater along with that of a bbq. The grill can be removed easily. Comes flat pack for straight forward build. An attractive design this will look good on a small patio.


89cm Black Steel Chimenea Chiminea With Pull Out Cooking Grill

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Chiminea Guide and Resources


What is a chiminea?

A chiminea is an oven for use outdoors, that is fuelled using dried out wood or specialist chiminea fuel (eg wood burning briquettes). They are typically used as an alternative to a barbecue on an outdoor patio. They also fall under the general category of patio heater.

What are chimineas made from?

Traditionally, chimineas were made from clay. However, chimineas made from clay alone tend to be lacking in strength and durability. Most chimineas these days are either made from cast iron or from reinforced clay – this is clay that is reinforced with an inbuilt wire mesh. Reinforced clay chimineas are also called “Bushman Burners”.

Those made from cast iron will rust. Rusting will not affect their performance, but if you find the rust offensive you can remove the rust with a wire brush and repaint them using purpose designed high temperature paint, eg StoveBright.

From where did chimineas originate?

Chimineas originated over one thousand of years ago in Mexico, where they were used by the Mayan Indians as ovens for heating and cooking.

The Mayans were a nomadic tribe that inhabited the mountains in Mexico. They shaped clay into simple chiminea shapes and then fired them in wood fuelled kilns. The people who lived in the towns in Mexico copied the Mayans and made their own chimineas – they are still doing this today. The word “chiminea” comes from the Spanish word for chimney.

Why would I want a chiminea?

Chimineas have two uses. The first is as an oven to cook food outdoors. The second, and to me the more important use, is as an outdoor heater. It will really help you to make the most of late August, September evenings, April, May and June evenings outdoors.

My family has a cast iron chiminea that we fuel with garden rubbish (leaves, logs etc) that we light up on chilly evening. We sit outside on the decking, sipping a glass of wine and staring at the stars, snug and warm as toast. It’s so cosy I’ve even fallen asleep in front of it, and woken up at two o’clock in the morning with a stiff back from falling asleep on a plastic sun lounger.

Note that it should be sited on a base that will not burn, such as a concrete paving slab, and kept a safe distance from anything combustible – including plants, trees, windows and sheds!

DIY enthusiast


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Chiminea

89cm Black Steel Chimenea Chiminea With Pull Out Cooking Grill

chiminea – click on the image below for more information.

  • 89cm high x 40cm wide
  • Made solely from steel and paint black with heat resistent paint
  • Strong and durable construction
  • Pull out grill to cook food
  • High value item and a good introduction to chimeneas

chiminea

This product provides the flexiblity of a patio heater along with that of a bbq. The grill can be removed easily. Comes flat pack for straight forward build. An attractive design this will look good on a small patio.


89cm Black Steel Chimenea Chiminea With Pull Out Cooking Grill

Click on the button for more chiminea information and reviews.

Chimineas
chiminea

Chiminea Guide and Resources


What is a chiminea?

A chiminea is an oven for use outdoors, that is fuelled using dried out wood or specialist chiminea fuel (eg wood burning briquettes). They are typically used as an alternative to a barbecue on an outdoor patio. They also fall under the general category of patio heater.

What are chimineas made from?

Traditionally, chimineas were made from clay. However, chimineas made from clay alone tend to be lacking in strength and durability. Most chimineas these days are either made from cast iron or from reinforced clay – this is clay that is reinforced with an inbuilt wire mesh. Reinforced clay chimineas are also called “Bushman Burners”.

Those made from cast iron will rust. Rusting will not affect their performance, but if you find the rust offensive you can remove the rust with a wire brush and repaint them using purpose designed high temperature paint, eg StoveBright.

From where did chimineas originate?

Chimineas originated over one thousand of years ago in Mexico, where they were used by the Mayan Indians as ovens for heating and cooking.

The Mayans were a nomadic tribe that inhabited the mountains in Mexico. They shaped clay into simple chiminea shapes and then fired them in wood fuelled kilns. The people who lived in the towns in Mexico copied the Mayans and made their own chimineas – they are still doing this today. The word “chiminea” comes from the Spanish word for chimney.

Why would I want a chiminea?

Chimineas have two uses. The first is as an oven to cook food outdoors. The second, and to me the more important use, is as an outdoor heater. It will really help you to make the most of late August, September evenings, April, May and June evenings outdoors.

My family has a cast iron chiminea that we fuel with garden rubbish (leaves, logs etc) that we light up on chilly evening. We sit outside on the decking, sipping a glass of wine and staring at the stars, snug and warm as toast. It’s so cosy I’ve even fallen asleep in front of it, and woken up at two o’clock in the morning with a stiff back from falling asleep on a plastic sun lounger.

Note that it should be sited on a base that will not burn, such as a concrete paving slab, and kept a safe distance from anything combustible – including plants, trees, windows and sheds!

DIY enthusiast


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89cm Bronze Steel Chiminea Chimenea with Cooking Grill

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  • 89cm high x 40cm wide
  • Solid and durable steel construction
  • Bronze finish (pictured here in black)
  • Pull out grill for bbqs
  • Grill easily removeable to use as patio heater

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Bronze chimenea with grill for cooking food. Attractive looking will suit most garden areas. Grill easily removeable to use as patio heater. Comes flat packed for straight forward build.


89cm Bronze Steel Chiminea Chimenea with Cooking Grill

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Cooking with Chimineas

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Cooking with Chimineas

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