This is a barbeque with a difference, allowing you more flexibility in your outdoor cooking, this portable kitchen is just that! With the option of frying, grilling, boiling and cooking in just about all the ways you can think of, you can create everything from paella to pancakes!
Bon-Fire offers you a range of appliances which work together and fit easily onto the three leg stand. Being wind and weather proof is also a convenience with our British weather, and allows you to defy the elements and enjoy the outdoors while you snuggle round the fire!
Developed and designed by Danish chef René Stage, he has ensured that the Bon-Fire mobile kitchen is fun and easy to use. He has turned the conventional barbeque into a broader more flexible appliance that can cook all kinds of food, while vegetables boil in the pot, meat can grill on the grill grid! You can use the pan for paella or pizza and for desert let the kids cook pancakes in the pancake pan.
All this, is enhanced with the possibility of enjoying this whilst appreciating practically any view; at the beach, on a mountain, at a campsite, on walks...
Pick The Right Spot For a Fire:
First of all you need a perfect place for your fire. You can buy it or you can build it. It can be lethal for you and others to light a fire at the wrong place during a dry period. In the woods or at a camping site you must use the spaces laid out for a fire, or you can ask the forester/camping site manager about possible bonfire spaces.
The Perfect Bon-Fire:
There are many different kinds of fires. A pagoda fire is ideal because it burns easily and is perfect for cooking.
To build a pagoda fire you must:
• Find two logs, approx. diameter should be 10 – 15 cm, length 30 cm. Put the down paral-
lel with some space between them, in the wind direction. Find a couple of logs more, slightly thinner than the others and put them across the other two and then yet another two. It must look like a small house/pagoda.
• Make some small balls of creased newspaper and put them into the pagoda.
• Stick short twigs all around the newspaper balls.
• Light the fire with a match from the wind direction to allow the flames to be sucked into the fire.
• Find some more short twigs and put plenty of them into the fire. Put more and more and thicker twigs into the fire and finally firewood and remember to lay them down cross-wise to feed air to the fire.
• If you wish to cook food over the fire, we recommend you put lots of firewood on from the start - this way you will have many live coals when you are ready to barbecue.
• Remember to keep feeding the fire with wood.
Now it's time for you to lie down and relax – or perhaps get some delicious Bon-Fire cooking started!