However, the addition of the double-nickel-plated grill grate offers 730 square inches of cooking surface making it possible to cook for a large crowd. You could probably put 30 burgers on this RedHead Cowboy Fire Pit Grill with room to spare! You have even more versatility with the addition of the swivel work table that offers a small circular space made of the same material that the main cooking grate is. It easily moves 365 degrees allowing you to swivel food on and off the heat easily. An adjustable pot hanger hook sits across from the swivel work table so you can simmer a pot of beans, soup, water or anything else you want – all from a sturdy hook that also swivels on and off the heat easily. The crowning jewel on this whole thing though is the height-adjustable rotisserie. While many of us have probably just skewered a piece of meat on a stick and held it above the fire, this RedHead Cowboy Fire Pit Grill is a bit more sophisticated. A long skewer rod makes it possible to cook several birds at once or large pieces of meat. The height of the rotisserie is easily adjusted with set screws to move it up to two feet or more above the fire, or right next to the cooking grate. The hand crank on the side lets you turn the meat at the desired speed but can also be locked into place. The bottom of the fire bowl has a drain pipe, so it won’t fill with water in a rainstorm, it also has a stainless-steel nipple with removable cap, so you can discard any grease that drips into the bowl during a cook. All of the cooking accessories can be removed and stored when you aren’t cooking and quickly attached when you’re ready to get your grill on.
I have this RedHead Cowboy Fire Pit Grill from Bass Pro Shops and Cabela’s in my yard. Although it looks a little like a UFO, it’s highly unlikely it will be flying away. Weighing in at 108 pounds, this beast is constructed of quality materials and will last you a long time. Plenty of campfires and cookouts await, friends. Check it out.
Fire it up, y’all