InBlack wrote on Jan 24, 2013, 10:39: How bout making an open fire grill? You would need dry wood and a nice secluded place on the ground. But the upshot is that it gets really really warm while youre cooking
The downside of cooking stuff over an open fire is that you have absolutely no control over the temperature, and imo that just leads to having to guess at how well done (or not) your meat really is.
Better yet, invest in a proper brick layed or stone built stove. To those who dont know what Im talking about its like a fireplace with its own chimney, but outside the house, and about a meter off the ground. This is to me one of the crowning achievements of mankind and every large yard should have one by default.
Building an outdoor oven is on my list for either this year or next.