Manufacturing Fire Pits
How about a quick tour of our manufacturing? Everything that we build at Breeo Industries is 100% American made, and we stand behind our quality. Manufacturing Fire Pits is all about longevity and standing up to the elements. Paint exposed to direct flame does not have a very long life, which is why the steel […]
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Plain ‘Ole Burgers over Fire
Sometimes the mood is right to cook something quick, easy and cheap. But still very, very yummy!This was the case last night on the Rethinking Fire Tour in Central California. So what was the solution? Some boring old frozen burger patties! Here’s what you need: -Double Flame smokeless wood fire pit with grill -Frozen Burger […]
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Cowboy Steak on the Oregon Coast
On Saturday the Rethinking Fire Tour took us to the rugged and beautiful Oregon coastline. It is a place characterized by large mountains, moss covered trees, and the wide expanse of the pacific ocean. This far western coast of our Country has always been a place of pioneers and explorers, adventurers and pilgrims. It was […]
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Fire Pit Cowboy Cooking in Wyoming
This past week the Rethinking Fire Tour took us through southern Wyoming on I-80. On Friday night we stopped at Medicine Bow National forest an hour or two before dark. We were hungry after traveling all day, so I decided to make a real cowboy-type meal to fit the setting that we were in. First […]
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Canada, Northern Pike, & Adventure!
This past week the Rethinking Fire Tour took us through northern Minnesota and into the far northwest tip of Ontario. On Saturday night some friends and us hiked back to a semi-remote and uninhabited lake. It was somewhat of an impromptu event and we had no food with us. All we had was several fishing […]
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Fire Pit Paint Touch-up [Video]
The goal of this blog is to show you how to touch up the paint of one of our smoke-reducing fire pits. After a year or two of hard use in the outdoors, a fire pit can develop a thin screen of rust. Luckily, all of Breeo Industries’ products are built with heavy gauge steel. […]
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Tour: A Bump in the Road
Three weeks ago, on the afternoon of April 6th, we were in an unfortunate accident with our Casita travel trailer. We did not have enough hitch weight which caused the Casita to sway back and forth, eventually spinning us around as Janessa drove down a hill. We took a slide down the road and a bump […]
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Boondocking & Smokeless Campfires
Boondocking is the practice of camping in remote locations for free and off the grid. There are a variety of different types of land that are available for Boondocking legally, ranging from State Forests to Crown Land in Canada. The goal of Boondocking is to experience nature and solitude without constant interruption from other humans. […]
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Double Flame + Green Egg = Extreme Roast Beef!
Over the Easter week end the Rethinking Fire Tour found us at Caledonia State Park in Pennsylvania. We spent the week end hiking and grilling in the beautiful spring weather. I also attempted something new: Smokeless Firepit: Extreme Roast Beef! One of the projects that I attempted was to make a 4 pound beef roast using […]
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