Cozy outdoor fires and as a great entertaining focal point for all to enjoy. Take pleasure in the captivating glow of this decorative fire pit or of its warmth on those colder evenings. read full product details »
The CobraCo™ Fire Bowl with Scroll Base has a sturdy steel construction and is in a classic black finish. The simple yet decorative scroll base adds to the ambience of a soothing evening by the fire. This fire bowl is perfect for a small cozy get-together on your patio or for adding to the atmosphere of a larger party or celebration. Dimensions are 30 inches wide by 22 inches high. Lumber shown in the fire bowl is not included.
FREE screen and vinyl protective outdoor cover are included to help maintain the beauty of your fire pit bowl.
CobraCo™ fire pits and fire rings are a great way to socialize with family and friends – all year long! Each fire pit and ring is easy to assemble and comes complete with hardware. Our fire pits and rings are made of heavy-duty construction that will last for years.
Fire pits have become a popular addition to today’s patios and backyards. They add drama and charm to outdoor living and provide more entertainment options for the home. As a wholesome family activity, they provide an option for the popular “stay-cation” or just a fun way to enjoy leisure time and entertaining. With the addition of a fire pit, you can transform your home into a quiet oasis to enjoy quality time with family and friends.
We had this fire pit at a birthday party and it was the greatist. All the kids had a great time roasting marsh mellows. And making smores, It was a hit with everyone. Easy to light and burned slow so it lasted a long time. Loved it.
Barbeques come in a variety of styles – fire pits, bowls, rings, and tubs are just a few. Barbeques provide one of the most fun and creative means of entertaining. Backyard barbeques in particular will create an instant ambiance whether the occasion is planned or spontaneous.
Situate comfortable seating around your fire pit and serve cocktails, make s’mores, or roast foods on long forks for a casual dinner.
The best place for barbeques is in the open where there are no hazardous obstacles interfering. Barbeques also work well on patios and alongside wooden decks. Choose a fire pit style that matches your outdoor area or plan your backyard style around the look of your barbeque.
The beauty of portable barbeques, including fire pits, bowls, rings and tubs, is that these barbeques can be moved depending on the time of year and weather.
Expert Tips on How to Make S’mores
The original recipe on how to make s’mores appeared in the American Girl Scout Handbook in 1927. This recipe utilized Graham crackers – first invented by Sylvester Graham way back in 1829, before anyone knew how to make s’mores – plus chocolate and marshmallows.
If you ask anyone today how to make s’mores you might get the original recipe that tells you how to make s’mores, or you might be told how to make s’mores a completely different way.
Here are some tips on how to make s’mores the traditional way:
Use Graham crackers which are more like cookies than crackers.
Get the crackers and chocolate ready before you toast the marshmallows. You can ‘roast’ them over a stove burner or use long metal forks for roasting over an outdoor fire pit or grill.
Marshmallows are ready when slightly brown outside and runny inside.
Sandwich chocolate with a toasted marshmallow between a halved cracker and squeeze together gently.
If you want to know how to make s’mores the Mexican way, use flour tortillas with crunchy peanut butter, chocolate chips and marshmallow. If you want to know how to make s’mores that are cold, spread peanut butter and instant chocolate pudding on Graham crackers and add whipped topping instead of marshmallows.
Grilling Out FAQs
Q: What is the simplest grilling out recipe?
A: Probably hot dogs, but chicken and steak are also popular and most often require little time and effort.
Q: How long should I marinade meat before grilling out?
A: It depends on the meat and the marinade, but generally, the longer the better, and preferably overnight in the refrigerator.
Q: I’d like to try grilling out but don’t have a barbeque?
A: Fire pits or rings are a perfect alternative and make grilling out very convenient.