I figure that I can remove the upper grill and hang a good sized turkey
or fresh ham, tightly wrapped in cheesecloth, from the cover. With some
additional hardware I could get a whole lot of ribs hanging in there, too.
"... Mr. (Gregory) LaCava, a producer-director who could be called a
genius except for the fact that Orson Welles has debased the term ...",
H. Allen Smith, "Lost in the Horse Latitudes"
Copy username over me to respond.
> I just replaced the machine screws that hold the handle to the top of
> the cover with #10 (same diameter) x 1 7/8 machine screw hook. Ace
> Hardware has them. The UPC is 38613 22888. They are rated for 40 lbs each.
> I figure that I can remove the upper grill and hang a good sized turkey
> or fresh ham, tightly wrapped in cheesecloth, from the cover. With some
> additional hardware I could get a whole lot of ribs hanging in there, too.
That would be worth a picture up on alt.binaries.food, Matthew. I think when
folks come up with modifications, a picture helps those of us that are
visual learners :-)
Once the rain stops, I'll take a few pictures. I'll have a stability
modification for the fire pot, too. The current mod from the faq leaves
you with a hateful wibbly, wabbly, wobbly fire pot. Not a good idea.
Now, if I stack my two ECB bodies and hang a small whole pig from my new
That would work even better with an [electric] Gourmet version of the ECB,
since it's taller than the standard ECB.