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Pot Hanger picture thread

Discussion in 'Cooking & Water Purification' started by Sterling Woodsman, Feb 22, 2013.

  1. Sterling Woodsman

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    I've been getting more into cooking over the fire recently and have been trying out different pot hanger setups made of limbs, branches, etc.
    So let's see your pot hanger setups, however simple or complex.

    This is a tripod I made for my patio since I can't drive a stick into the ground. Really like the tripod setup
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    Cool. I always love seeing more ideas for pot hanging or grilling over an open fire! Very needful topic.
     
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    Sorry no pics. I have used pieces of chain and S hooks to hang pots over a fire. The links allow you to adjust the height of the pots a little or a lot. Chain does get very hot near the bottom. Leather gloves is a help.
     
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    adjustable ;)

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    how is that thing suspended? is it just the two sticks?
     
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    ya, 2 sticks

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    nice pic my soon took when he was only 4 :)

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    Don't have a photo of this one over a fire, but here tis. We use this one for an intermediate camp craft project for kidos in their teens who have at least one knife skills class under their belt. No glue, no screws, just tight assembly and a whittled pin holding it together.
     

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