Cookswell Jiko's now availible at Walibhai Karim & Co. Biashara Street Nairobi

They also have an amazing selection of baking tins, mixers, pans, cake trays etc... Same great Cookswell quality and the same great Cookswell factory direct prices!

front of house

Biashara street Nairobi. 

this electric oven on the right is 75,000ksh plus the hassel's of power cuts and expensive electricity - Cookswell Energy Saving Jikos 4 level medium oven is 29,000ksh, can fit 8 more loaves of bread and if you grow your own charcoal, is free to run! at Walibhai Karim - Biashara Street, CBD

Please pick up a copy of this edition of Susan Kamau's Kenya Kitchen (350ksh at an Uchumi supermarket near you) - its a wonderfully written magazine that has loads of great information about cooking in Kenya. In this edition there is a piece on our clean cookstoves and the history of jikos in Kenya.





Take your jiko on safari and eat better then ever before!

Where and what are you doing with your highly portable charcoal oven?

Running late to a friends BBQ? roast two spring chickens while you drive! 

on only a tiny amount of charcoal! 


cook breakfast (granola), lunch (chicken) and dinner (mac and cheese) at the same time! the medium 3  level oven 22,000ksh. 

A Cookswell charcoal oven being used at the goose shack - wellington new zealand! 

the Goose shack 

guess where this oven is... winner gets a mini KCJ bbq! 

Do you travel by road much? Cook while you drive!

Simply light a fire in your oven and fill it with rump roast and potatoes etc., start driving and cook on the go! It cooks about 200gm of nyama choma to the Kilometer on dirt roads. (beef).
 Please see the photo's below for more explanation.

Don't cut the potatoes to small and try to use a large cut of meat./chicken etc.

make sure the jiko is tied down and the ash try is firmly in place, especially if you are on a rough road.


enjoy watching the wildlife have lunch while yours cookswell on the go

a very full hyena 

True giants and sadly so endangered by poaching! Support your local parks and visit more often!
Visit www.kws.org



Check in on your meal every once and a while and see/taste how its going




When the charcoal dies down and your food is cooked, you can use the jiko as a handy tin 'lunchbox' and carry it up to a certified KWS look out point in the park

Enjoy lunch with an amazing view!