Less bulk and lower weights are critical for campers and hunters that are hiking in remote locations.
These design elements are a necessity for portable stoves that are used for heating food and water outdoors.
This review will compare the Bushbuddy vs. Solo Stove to see if one may be right for you.
Taking your cooking outdoors is an awesome way to escape the confines of the kitchen and get some fresh air with friends and family in the process.
You can use the ordinary kitchen utensils, of course, but there are cookers made specifically for outdoor cooking.
In fact, there is a wide selection of outdoor cooking appliances designed to make outdoor cooking convenient, comfortable, and fun at the same time.
Since 1979, the makers of King Kooker have remained committed to providing their customers with safe, high-quality, heavy-duty cookers and accessories to satisfy all of their outdoor cooking needs.
The makers of Bayou Classic, on the other hand, have for over three decades focused on delivering the best possible equipment to enhance any outdoor cooking experience.
So, which brand reigns supreme, King Kooker or Bayou Classic?
Below you’ll find a comprehensive comparison of these two awesome cooking to help you make an informed decision as to which one will serve your outdoor cooking needs the best.
Before we compare those various features, you might want to know what they are capable of.
Are you ready for your camping trip?Have you decided how you’ll prepare your meals?
If you’re not a fan of campfires, one of the most essential items on your checklist should be a camping stove, but do you know how to choose a good one?
When it comes to buying a camping stove, you need to consider factors such as where you’ll be using the stove, the distance you’ll be traveling, durability, cost, and the availability and additional cost of the fuel source required for that stove.
Speaking of fuel, wood is one of the best options. Wood is easy to source even if you’re on the go. It’s also very light, making it ideal for long distance hikes.
Moreover, nothing comes cheaper than free wood in the form of fallen trees or branches. So, it’s a great choice if you don’t like the idea of costly fuels.
These two brands have several models of wood-burning camping stoves, so many, in fact, that we can’t review them all.
Instead, we’re going to compare two of their best-selling units –the Ohuhu Wood-burning Camping Stove and the Solo Stove Lite Wood-burning Backpacking Stove – and see how they stack against up in a camp-cooker showoff.
It’s hard to mess up a pizza. This delightful Italian creation is easy to prepare, allows limitless customization, and can be made in very quickly if the dough is ready ahead of time.
True pizza connoisseurs know that a regular home oven isn’t quite right for making the best possible pizza. However, finding an excellent stand-alone pizza oven is tricky, especially if you don’t know much about them.
Making and creating your own pizzas may sound like a dream, but you can make it a reality. Instead taking your own time to do the research, you can read this review of two of the best stand-alone pizza ovens: the Roccbox and the Uuni 3.
Are you in the market for the next big thing in barbecues? Or just unsure which grill is right for you? Searching for the best grill can be exhaustive. With so many brands on the market, how can you choose?
Chances are you have never heard of George Stephen Sr. of Weber Brothers Metal Works. But you sure have heard of his invention. In 1952, Stephen affixed a few legs to and cut some air vents into a halved marine buoy, thus creating the kettle grill.
Since then, Weber has established themselves as one of the most trusted and reliable grill brands. But similar to most appliances, there are always differences between models.
For comparison purposes, we will be looking at the Spirit E-310 series.
Earthenware cooking is a form of cooking that’s popular in Chinese culture.
For Westerners, a kamado grill fueled with charcoal is the modern counterpart.
These grills have the same aesthetic appearance as your run-of-the-mill backyard grill, but their ceramic construction offers exceptional insulation.
The interior of a kamado grill can absorb heat and then consistently maintain a temperature during the cooking, ensuring meats are evenly cooked.
It’s a great way to solve problems with temperature inconsistencies that you may find in places with colder climates, because the outside temperature and outdoor weather don’t affect a kamado grill.
A great number of grill manufacturers have created versions of the kamado grill. This popular sub-niche of the industry has a number of different benefits.
Pit Boss is one of the companies getting in on the trend, with 2 main types of kamado grill offered. The 71220 is the 22-inch, while another 24-inch version is also available.
In recent years, the popularity of portable outdoor mini-ovens has grown among backyard chefs of all skill levels. This includes product lines devoted to favorite foods, such as mini-ovens for pizzas.
Two outdoor oven designs have caught our attention, and this head-to-head review will provide comparisons of features and the usability of both. Let’s take a closer look at the Roccbox vs Unni Pro portable ovens.
You’ve meticulously thought of every detail—gear, route, food, medical supplies.
You plan to begin hiking just before sunbreak.
You’ll traverse rivers, scale hills and teeter along the passes between them. Eventually it’ll be time to set up camp for the day, and your mind will turn towards that well-deserved meal.
The question is: which wood-burning stove should you use to prepare it? That’s the terrain we’re going to cover today.
Both are great stoves. But depending on your needs, the Solo Stove might just deserve your hard earned protein.
Tired of cooking my favorite pizzas and calzones in my oven, I wanted a change of pace.
I decided to give outdoor pizza ovens a try.
Maybe it’s the strange design of the Roccbox, but I thought I’d veg out on pizza while watching some of my favorite sci-fi movies.
It seemed fitting…right?
But it wasn’t just the unique design that intrigued me.
One thing that immediately sets outdoor pizza ovens from your typical indoor oven is that they usually reach cooking temperatures faster. Some can do it in 10 minutes, others may take a little longer but it’s usually no longer than 30 minutes.
But that’s not all.