Use your oven as a smoker! Plum smoked pork belly and beets in Small Safari Oven.


The small 2 level safari oven.  

Get the fire going with a tiny bit of charcoal and then turn down the primary inlet (shown below) almost all the way. You can either add woodchips directly on the charcoal, wrapped in tinfoil or in a smoker box, or you can place the wood above the fire and it will eventually start to smoke.


      



Low and slow is the way to go! Check out http://bbqpitboys.com/ for a million and one good tips on how best to cook pork! 





And voila 4 hours and a few handfuls of charcoal later.....pure kiti moto heaven! 



Fresh off the press! Our latest custom creation!

A fully 360 degree rotational and 35cm adjustable easy to use grilling system. Based on the classic energy saving hibachi jiko you can double up your cooking space and it also includes your choice of a wooden or metal fold down table as well as an inbuilt ash catcher and no-skid rubber feet. 

15,000ksh from www.cookswell.co.ke








A small message from our biggest sponsor - the environment!

Please plant a tree when you BBQ; agriculture and charcoal production both can negatively affect the environment and you can personally help reduce that impact by planting trees! 

Each of our products proudly comes with a free bag of tree seeds for you to plant and invest in a future source of renewable energy...tree branches

Weekend plans?

How about trying a baked Brown's Cheese camembert in homemade bread with aubergine and chicken tikka?

All baked in the medium 3 level energy saving charcoal oven. (26,000ksh)











 




'Branch' eco-charcoal making with Mara Conservancy Rangers.

Using just prunings of twigs and branches we were very happy to conduct a 3 day training of using the Cookswell Charcoal Kilns to make eco-charcoal for the bread ovens and trapping the smoke to make wood vinegar for organic termite prevention at the ranger bases in the Wildlife Conservancies around the Mara Triangle. 

Many thanks to the Mara TriangleSeiya Limited and Mara Elephant Project for hosting us and for buying these kilns to empirically demonstrate to the local communities that you do not have to cut down trees to make charcoal and instead of ever buying it, you can make your own for free! 





A family spending 50ksh per day on charcoal in peri-urban areas in counties like Narok spend about 18,000ksh per year, this kiln comes as a complete kit with a stove, a panga and tree seeds for growing a future source of charcoal and is only 6,500ksh and lasts 2 years!






Please learn more about the kilns and order one for yourself here - http://cookswell.co.ke/ecommerce/category/kilns (wholesale rates for 15pcs and up availible).