Why, color us impressed. Isn’t this cute? In case you’re scratching your head, scratch no more. What you see is an Altoids tin turned grill thanks to some clever workmanship. Though a grill this size really begs the question: What can it grill? Peas?
The guy who made it suggests small hotdogs and a burger patty. We’re very tempted to add “—that could feed a midget.” To cook even a mite-sized portion of the meat inside your fridge, this DIY grill can only accommodate tiny cutlets at best.
Alas, we are getting ahead of ourselves. In the first place, we should have given you a rundown of its parts and construction. Here it is: So you’ve got an Altoids tin lying around. Open it, then grab a hold of a computer fan guard and some tools or perhaps just a pair of pliers.
Construction is basic enough and you don’t need a football field sized imagination to work out the tripod supporting the grill. Once finished, better show it to your friends for those ego-stroking oohs and ahs.
While this earns MacGuyver points for creativity we doubt the Altoids grill can ever aspire to be an emergency cooker. You know, in case you’re trapped in the wild?
But it’s still nice to look at.