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Pot de Feu Recycled Steel Grill

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The Pot-de-Feu (pot of fire) grill is hand-cut by artist John T. Unger from scrap 20 lb propane tanks. Each is an unique work of art, never to be exactly repeated. Great Green Goods has called the Pot-de-Feu “the eco-friendly, hip and happening wedding present of 2006."

NOTE: Cooking grate is NOT included with grill but can be purchased at any hardware store.

This stylish, portable grill weighs only 6.5 lbs and is 7 Inches high with a diameter of 12 inches. Use charcoal fires for cooking, or fill with sand and use an alcohol or oil lamp for ambience. The Pot-de-Feu has been featured in VenusZine as well as online at SlashFood, Treehugger, Great Green Goods, and Hippyshopper.

The Pot-de-Feu is a great way to turn cooking into a fun and sociable event— place the grill at the center of an outdoor table and gather friends for an evening of conversation and tasty treats.

Combining elements of Mongolian barbeque, tapas and fondue, the Pot-de-Feu is perfect for grilling kebabs, satay, veggies, and is well suited for sausage and burgers. For best results, cut food into bite-size pieces and arrange on stainless steel skewers. Use tongs to turn the skewers for even cooking.

For hors d'oeuvres or snacks, it's easy to share one grill among 3-4 people. For a dramatic dinner party, consider ordering a set of four or six grills so that everyone can have their own. Side dishes of rice, couscous or other grains round out the meal. The Pot-de-Feu grill encourages leisurely, healthful dining at a relaxed pace.

Pot de Feu Recycled Steel Grill

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