DIY Flower Pot Grill & Smoker

Turning your cottage into the ultimate weekend getaway has never been more simple thanks to Adam Holman, as he drums up some easy, quirky and fun DIY projects that you can do next time you’re at the cottage.

Just like belairdirect simplifies your insurance, we simplify life at the cottage by turning flower pots into a smoker.

Step-by-step instructions & list of materials:

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Raees Khan says:

v nice

Abbey Me says:


Mojo Mojo says:

One word-Brilliant!

Hakan Ersöz says:

The lid is so heavy and not useful. You can try and have a light metal one instead.

Fabian says:

1. This isn’t a Smoker, it’s an ordinary grill. 2. Do I really want to heat some cheap flower pots and put my food in there? No, since I don’t think that those pots are made for these temperatures. 3. If you think that it’s the charcoal that gives your meat the BBQ taste, you’re either wrong or don’t now how to BBQ.

Paige Thompson says:

Wow wish he was ma neighbour great idea subbed rated up from New Zealand.

Stupid Man says:

this is a simple hibachi.

i have some very very very very very very very old and beautiful Japanese habachi’s for sale.


Kevin Hullinger says:

Compliments of Alton Brown I’m assuming.

King Charles says:

Where do u get a bbq gasket?

Nick J says:

Bar-B-Q gasket ?

MoontownMoss says:

Does Belair Direct Insurance cover you for burns?

张春鸣 says:

why doesn’t he eat the sausage at the end?

Brett says:

Don’t build this.

Fun World for children says:

i like

B6 schilke says:

Mix hickory and apple wood for even better flavor

Lithus17 says:

Only issue is that the meat is too close to the coals to smoke right. The idea is for indirect heat when smoking.

Richard Smout says:

should have got a slightly smaller pot to put on top so it fits inside the rim

Moving On............. says:

I made this one bu my clay pot cracks.

linda ward says:

Wow, this is Great!!!!!!!!!!

Michael Stevens says:

nice job …I like it

Steve C says:

Cheers for this Awesome as

Rakanishu Tsuyoshi says:

you should put a hole in side to clean it after use

Susan Fabian says:

What was it they used on the bottom to keep it off the ground?

Larvitar Dratini says:

Just get a fucking smoker. This is a DIY send your fat ass to the hospital for eatinf toxic hot dogs. If you’re stupid enough to build a smoker out of this shit instead of just buying a nice one you deserve toxic hotdogs for dinner. If you stupid DIY idiots had a job you could make enough money for a smoker in the time it takes you to get the materials and assemble your shit smoker instead.

Matt says:

just pay 20 bucks and buy an actual grill. this is dumb

Judi Christopher says:

I love this Idea…
Thank YOU for sharing this great tutorial..

Fsilone says:

I never soak my wood chips. All it does is steam up until what little water has soaked in is gone, and you’re back where you started. It’s a time-release for the smoke, nothing more. Now, you could pair soaked next to unsoaked for longer smoking times. But the old adage about soaking your chips making it better is simply an urban legend.

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