Eat List: Mendoza, Argentina
While Mendoza, Argentina gained fame for its world-renowned wines, the dining scene is just as impeccable. Our list of the region's best restaurants.
Build your own timber smoker! | Your Projects@OBN
Do you need a large smoker that can take the amount of meat and fish that you want to smoke? Then build a timber smoker! You'll be pleased to learn how easy it is to build your very own mini timber smokehouse. In fact, this DIY project can easily be finished over a weekend. It is basically ...
Dutch Oven Table and Brasero
Dutch Oven Table and Brasero: The Dutch Oven Table and Free Standing Brasero is the perfect size for you to prepare your coals for your backyard Argentine, Asado, or Santa Mara Grill. It also makes a great campfire grill | dutch oven table. The perfect portable stand alone brasero, campfire grill, dutch oven table. Included: Free Standing Brasero A small grill A Dutch Oven hook.
A Little Smoky Goodness
The beef we eat comes from the same farm we get our milk from. Their cows spend their days out in the fields eating green grass and feeling the sun on their backs. As a result the meat is really gr…
Francis Mallmann’s Top Grilling Tools & Techniques
Renowned Argentine chef Francis Mallmann is an expert at cooking with fire: over it, under it, in it and around it. Here, some of his top tools and techniques.
Portable Armado Grill and Griddle 18 x 18 x 30
Portable Armado Grill and Griddle 18 x 18 x 30 Our Armado consists of: Grill | NEW: The Grilling Surface is now Stainless Griddle (plancha) Firebox container Firebox base 4 screw-on-legs The Armado is portable and collapsable so take your Mallman recipes to the beach, park, camping or anywhere else where you would like to BBQ. Even though this portable Armado grill is portable, you still get a massive chapa and grill and you have lots of room for making the hot embers you need. Dimensions…
Rutland 4.5 in. x 9 in. x 1.25 in. Fire Brick (6 per Box)
RUTLAND Fire Bricks are perfect for intermediate duty for building new fireplaces or to replace old or broken bricks in existing fixtures (wood or coal stoves, furnaces, and fireplace inserts). They can also be used to line a fire pit in the backyard or anywhere else a brick is needed that can withstand high temperatures. Bricks measure 9″ x 4-1/2″ x 1-1/4″.