Grilled dragon

Sculptor Ed McBride's custom barbecues capture the spirit of creatures wild and fanciful.

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A mighty BBQ
Here stands the "Guardian of the Feast II," a $90,000 grill sculpted from stainless steel and recycled propane cans. To capitalize on the skills he honed as a metal worker, Ed McBride, a self-taught artist, works mostly with used metal gathered from local businesses, neighbors, recycling centers and his personal scrap yard.
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