- Joined Jun 21, 2009
After this past weekend, trying to sell fajitas in middle Tennessee, (without much luck mind you, we only sold 8, but even the BBQ guys weren't selling anything), I have come to the conclusion, we need a steam table. I may fabricate one so I can make exactly what I want. I know I want propane burners, and probably pneumatic tires so we can roll it in the grass and gravels easy, and I want it to hold 3 hotel pans, and I want it to be insulated on the sides, and lightweight enough for my wife and I to load in the back of my truck, and also have a drain in it. My problem is deciding what burners to use. I thought about using one of the 3 burner cast iron stoves like they sell at Northern Tools, and make a cart to mount it and the actual water "tank". That would make it easy to break down, and easy for 1 person to load. I have decided we need a steam table, because Sterno, and chafing dishes are not keeping the food at a temp I am comfortable with. I am seriously considering trying to set up as a vendor at bike week 2011, and some of the big car shows and other events in the south eastern US, so that means health dept inspections and such, so I want a good rig. Any suggestions on burners, design, etc?