Outdoor Grill for Barbecues (Apr, 1934)
Outdoor Grill for Barbecues
A VOGUE which it is predicted will shortly be taking housewives by storm is the idea of installing a grill in the back yard where real coal fires can be kindled for the barbecuing of meats and other dishes which require special treatment such as only a coal fire affords.
Marketed by an enterprising firm of specialty manufacturers, this new grill is so mounted on a pedestal that it is waist high, and swivels so that it can be kept facing the wind.
The front of the grill is open, the fire being retained by a series of vertical bars. A shield on the back of the stove cuts off the draft, and the cooking temperature is controlled by revolving the stove in the wind until proper temperatures have been arrived at.
The stove, including the post, is readily portable, and can be taken along on camping trips.