This Fall Summer is coming to an end and that means it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to keep warm this fall. One option is a clay chiminea. Clay chimineas are a great way to enjoy your backyard during the colder months. Here are some of the best ways to use your clay chiminea this fall.
1. Keep Warm
Keep Warm On chilly nights, nothing is cozier than sitting around the fire pit with a warm cup of hot chocolate in your hand. If you have outdoor heating lamps then they will also provide some additional warmth if it’s not too windy outside.
2. Cooking Use
2. Cooking Use your clay chiminea to cook up something delicious. A clay chiminea makes for an excellent smoker. Why not use it to smoke some ribs or some other barbeque favorite?
3. Roast Marshm
Roast Marshm allows Nothing tastes better on a cool autumn night than roasted marshmallows, so why not try your hand at roasting them over the fire pit this fall? You are sure to enjoy all of the delicious flavors that come from roasting your marshmallows over an open fire.
4. Gather with Friends
Gather with Friends Nothing is more fun than sitting around a fire pit, roasting marshmallows and chatting with friends or family members. The fall months are a great time to get together with all your favorite people for a night of fun by the fire.
Keep Warm This one should be obvious, but for some reason it’s also the least used option on this list. As I said before, nothing keeps you warm like a nice fire pit. If you’re not doing anything else with your chiminea then use it to keep yourself warm on colder nights.
If you have a clay chiminea then these are just a few of the ways that you can enjoy it this fall. Use your imagination and think of all the other things that you can do with your new outdoor fireplace on those cold autumn nights. If you don’t yet own one, read our review of the best clay chimineas first and make an informed decision before you spend your money on something else.
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