A South African Bread Oven called a Brood Varkie. Now you can bake breads or roast meats in your back yard or while camping. Uses embers or charcoal in baskets on top and each side of the oven. Use embers or charcoal below the oven if you wish as well.
The Oven Itself is 20" X 12" X 12", the total overall dimensions including feet and charcoal baskets are about 24" X 18" X 24". Comes with shelf or grate, visable in one of the photos. Constructed of 304 SS.
We don't build a lot of South African Braais, but we have built them. Very similar to an Argentine or Uruguayan grill, they are usually enclosed, have an ember maker, an adjustable grill, potjie hook for making pap, and often include a rotisserie. The photo shown included a rotisserie, and a box to keep the rotisserie motors out of the rain.
Completely custom, call to flesh your requirements out, and we'll happily build one to your specifications.
We were approached by a chain of Latin American Grocery Stores in Texas with the requirements for a grill to charbroil very large quantities of split marinated chicken. The grill had to be specifically for charcoal, put a good sear on chicken, have a split grill for versatility, be adjustable to finish cooking the chicken without burning, and above all, be more rugged than their toughest employee!
Constructed of 3/8" thick steel, with a 3" X 2" "C" Channel" Grill Hoist frame instead of the standard 2" X 1" So far, we have built this grill in two sizes, 72" X 36" X 6" and 96" X 36" X 6". There is a 12" backsplash on the rear of the grill, 8 inch sides, and 6 inch front. The grill grates are our signature individually removable 3/8" square rods for the ultimate sear and grill marks.