Posted by the deTerra diarist

How do kitchen crew?

Stoves from Anevay are a great way to get cooking outdoors - and I thought I could only dream of a kitchen in the forest!

Credit: anevaystoves.com

I don’t know about you, but as the nights draw closer and greens turn to warm golds and reds I am always trying to think of ways to make things cosier. Cooking outdoors may not be the first thing that springs to mind when you think of the word ‘cosy’ but I have found a way to make it so. A crackling fire is a fan-dabby-dozy way to warm even the frostiest of peeps, but open fires are kinda dangerous. That’s where Anevay step in! They have created a DEFRA exempt stove that can be used for cooking in the great outdoors – they even have options suitable for inside tents!

Now, before you are all up in arms about the number of trees wasted, Anevay plant a tree for every stove sold – AND one for every tree donated to charity. That’s right folks, not only are they striving to be sustainable, but they also donate stoves so that they can make a difference for the 50% of the world’s population that still cook on open fires, causing respiratory diseases. These fantastic little fellas are available in a variety of designs and styles to suit all manner of settings.

My love for kitchens and solid wood products knows no bounds – and cooking outdoors is a fantastic way to combine the two – I am only shocked nobody thought of it sooner! I can think of plenty of campfire recipes I’m keen to try too – they just do not taste the same when you make them inside, and nobody likes a BBQ in October! Of course, you don’t need a fancy stove to get your grub on outside – I know I’ll be putting one on my Christmas list!

Ta ta for now,

The deTerra Diarist

 

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