The World's Largest Portable Barbeque

Jack Henriques, a British engineer, built what might be the largest portable barbeque pit in the world. It's 16 feet long, 11 feet tall, and can cook three whole pigs or two cows and seven whole sheep at the same time:

Each of the seven coal trays is fixed to a custom-built scissor jack, which can be raised or lowered using a turning handle.

This ensures that the cooking temperature can be easily changed for each tray, without the difficulty of moving and disturbing the meat.

The cooker also features abattoir-style meat hooks on which whole animal carcases can be hung for cooking.

God-grilla – which can grill 500 burgers at once – was commissioned by the Stone Barn, a wedding venue in the Cotswolds village of Aldsworth, Glos.

Link via Geekologie | Photo: Caters

Previously: The 10 Coolest BBQ Grills (And Then Some!)

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This will be perfect to prepare the Bedouin wedding feast. It involves cooked eggs that are stuffed into fish, the fish stuffed into cooked chickens, the chickens stuffed into a roasted sheep's carcass and the sheep stuffed into a whole camel.
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The Texas smoker is a BBQ. This is more akin to the paraguayan gril(ASADO). It will smoke but not reduce the fibers in the meat to its tender smokey goodness that a true BBQ will.
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That sure looks the biggest to me. You can grill two large cows with it. Who needs two grilled cows in a jiffy? Just be careful using that grill as you might get barbequed.
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