Try building this DIY smokehouse to prepare your wild game and fish this summer.
I love just about anything that comes out of smokehouse. My father's pulled pork that he smokes for hours is the best thing I have ever eaten. There is also no better or more natural way to cook wild game and fish than throwing them into a cold or hot smoker for everyone to enjoy.
This DIY smokehouse by Smoking Meat Forum user Nick is a great addition to any outdoorsman's backyard. It will have your neighbors drooling as they smell fresh venison slowly smoking away.
What you need:
- Cinder Blocks
- Cedar Lumber
- Bricks and Mortar
- Wood stove pipe
The smokehouse sits on several rows of cinder blocks with a stove pipe that will link into a separate firebox.
The body of the smoker is built out of cedar planks that have a natural resistance to mold and rotting.
An extended roof was added to provide a cover for the wood rack that will be added on the side.
He even constructed a cedar chimney for smoke to escape from.
The firebox was constructed of brick and has a door than can be shut when in use.
Smoker with finished roof and wood rack with door installed.
Meat going in and smoker ready for use.
Here it is completely finished in all its glory.
For more photos and details on how to build this smokehouse visit Nick's profile on Smoking Meat Forums by clicking here.
All photos courtesy of Smoking Meat Fourm user Nick