Old 07-03-2018, 03:29 AM
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Bayou Dularge
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Originally Posted by FL Bill View Post
Have a duct guy make you a wind block to place up around the burner. It will help a lot. I used to do a lot of Dutch Oven cooking and this always helped me a lot on cold windy days. I took some 1/16 galvanized sheet and made brakes to allow it to sit around the pot. Open on one side, but you can make it 4 sided. Just move it when not in use and if you want to be real fancy put piano hinges on it so it can fold up for storage.
we see guys with metal wind shields that are circular and are free standing. They block the wind on jambalaya cooking burners.
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