This Altoids Tin BBQ Grill Can Still Cook Dogs And Burgers

This Altoids Tin BBQ Grill Can Still Cook Dogs And Burgers
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OK, maybe not “dogs” plural, but the (regular size) creator of this tiny grill, made from an Altoids Sours tin, says it can cook a small hamburger or a single hot dog, cut down to size, with ease. Awwww.

According to Instructables user vmspionage, here’s what you’ll need to make your own:

1 Altoids sours tin

4x 1.5″ sheet metal screws with wide heads (or 4x washers to match)

8x nuts to thread on screws

70mm metal computer fan guard (similar style to the one shown)

92mm metal computer fan guard (similar style to the one shown)

The BBQ is powered by a single charcoal briquette—isn’t that just adorable?—though the creator says a propane version(!) is coming soon. Sliders all around! [Instructables via Laughing Squid]