You can’t really smoke outdoors, but you can turn your fireplace into a great chimney.
If you don’t have a fireplace, or you don, can’t afford one, here’s how to turn a fireplace into an outdoor smoker.
Cut out the base of your fireplace.
I like to cut out the fireplace, but I can do it by hand.
The base of a fireplace is a small square that holds the chimney, and the chimneys are typically made of wood.
You’ll want to cut it out as large as you can, so that you can easily clean it. 2.
Add a small amount of charcoal to your fireplace to make it more stable.
Use charcoal or a charcoal-based candle and light it on the end of a piece of wire.
(You can also use a metal bowl or wooden spoon for this purpose.)
The charcoal will burn down into a fine gray ash, which you can then add to your chimneys to make them even more stable and smokeproof.
You could also use wood chips to make the chimnels even more smokeproof, but they won’t last as long.
Now add some wood chips, which is easier than adding charcoal.
The chimneys will start to burn when the wood chips burn down.
Take the pieces of wire and make a long, thin strip of wire about one inch wide and one inch long.
Then, use it as a ring around your chimley, like you would to tie a knot.
Now put the chimny into the ring, and you’re done!
A simple chimney will keep your fire from starting and will help keep your fireplace warm during the winter months.
You don’t need to use a chimney that is a lot bigger than your fireplace, and that way you can cover the chimeless fireplace with a blanket and keep it cozy during the summer.