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Kombuis Portable Stove/Cooking Set Is The Start Of Camping Light

Travel light does usually apply to camping, but if you want to, here’s a thing to get your started: By Arnaud Kombuis Portable Stove/Cooking Set. When not in use, everything you need to cook, boil water and whatnot is nested into a compact cookware that weighs just 1 kg (2.2 lbs). With Kombuis, you get a stove, a pot, a lid that is also a frying pan – all crafted from 304 stainless steel and in a compact package measures 16 cm (6.3″) tall and 12 cm (4.7″) wide when assembled. Continue reading Kombuis Portable Stove/Cooking Set Is The Start Of Camping Light

This Stovetop Pizza Oven Lets You Make Pizzeria-Quality Pizzas In Minutes

If you have a thing for crafting your own pizzas and do not own an oven, here’s a nifty kitchenware called Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven that will let make your own Italian pie. Brought to you by the same folks who designed the portable pizza oven, this a mouthful product has no burner or whatsoever, but relies on your existing stovetop to get the heat it requires to cook a delicious pizza. A Pizzeria Pronto Stovetop Pizza Oven cooks one pizza at a time and it is designed to reach heat of over 600F, so you can fill your stomach sooner – like in a matter of minutes. Though it is worthy to note that “matter of minutes” also depends on the power of your stovetop. The higher the BTU of your stove, the quicker it gets preheated and ready rock. I think you get the idea. Continue reading This Stovetop Pizza Oven Lets You Make Pizzeria-Quality Pizzas In Minutes

This Time Machine Will Not Travel Through Time, But it will Cook Rice Way Faster and without Burnt

The Time Machine Multifunctional Rice Cooker is not Doc Brown‘s DeLorean Time Machine. It will not let you travel through time and surely need no flux capacitor to function, but it will sure save you time by cutting down the time needed to cook your rice – thanks to its 900W of power brewing within. According to its inventor, it is capable of cooking up white rice up to 30 percent faster and up to 45 percent when dealing with brown rice. Apart from rice, this Time Machine also boasts specialized functions to handle yogurt, oatmeal and even the more difficult quinoa. But that’s not all, it is also a digital 4-quart slow cooker and programmable food steamer, which you can do so while working up the rice with the included steam tray. Continue reading This Time Machine Will Not Travel Through Time, But it will Cook Rice Way Faster and without Burnt

BioLite KettleCharge Charges Your iPad While Boiling Water

up till now, BioLite have serves up some pretty serious energy generating stoves, but with the new BioLite KettleCharge, it addresses the need for clean water, whether it’s indoor or out, while pumping out up to 10W of electrical charges for you mobile gadgets. ok. maybe it does not look quite like the kettle that you are used to seeing. in fact, the concave top makes it look like a canteen or a bowl, but within that un-kettle look is a volume that allows you to boil up to 750 ml of water and an advanced thermoelectric technology that converts the mere act of boiling water into electricity equivalent to the wall outlet’s output, which means the KettleCharge is totally capable of juicing up your power thirsty iPad too. it sports a handle that is also home to the smart LED dashboard which keeps you in the know on the heat level and charging status. Continue reading BioLite KettleCharge Charges Your iPad While Boiling Water

WeMo-enabled Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker Lets You Adjust, Manage And Monitor It From Anywhere

well, if you haven’t already heard, Internet of Things now also encompass cookware – starting with the Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker enabled with WeMo. though one shall not confuse this smart slow cooker as another app-enabled cookware such as Anova Precision Cooker, iGrill2 and the many others; it goes beyond being the first smartphone-controllable slow cooker – thanks to Belkin’s WeMo technology, you can adjust, manage and monitor the slow cooker from anywhere in the world (as long as you are not off the grid) using a smartphone or tablet. Continue reading WeMo-enabled Crock-Pot Smart Slow Cooker Lets You Adjust, Manage And Monitor It From Anywhere

WokMon Brings ‘Breath Of The Wok’ To Your Home Cooking

when it comes to whipping up Chinese gastronomical delights, wok is an indispensable cookware for any chef, but if you are trying to replicate your local Chinese restaurant stir-fry cooking, we’d say good luck to you because typical home stove is not going to cut it. before proceeding, we have to understand the concept of stir-fry in Chinese cuisine. in order to achieve a true stir-fry, it requires the wok to realize what Chinese chef often refers to as Wok Hei, which literally means the ‘breath of the wok’ and this will require extremely high heat and the bottom of the wok must be completely heated up. in olden days, when consumer gas stove has yet to be widely adopted, Chinese used to cook over a fire pit of charcoal. with the ancient method, there is no dead spot inherent to modern stove’s ring of fire, and hence the use of wok and the associate cooking method that we come to know today as stir-fry. Continue reading WokMon Brings ‘Breath Of The Wok’ To Your Home Cooking

BioLite BaseCamp Stove Cooks For Many And Charges Your Gadgets Too

thinking of hitting the wilderness in drove? well, then you might be interested in the new BaseCamp Stove from Brooklyn-based BioLite (the same folks who brought you CampStove, KettlePot and HomeStove), which allows chef de wild to cook up to eight burgers simultaneously. so if you have many mouth to feed while camping, the BaseCamp Stove is the way to go. the concept of BaseCamp Stove is similar to that of the HomeStove, but this one is a portable version and has a grill that distributes the heat evenly across the grill for whipping up several patties at the same time – in addition to a single point heat source for boiling water and stuff. as before, it has a thermoelectric system built into the power pack that converts heat to usable electricity which is use to power an internal fan to promote combustion, while excess electricity is store in a battery pack, ready to be output via a standard 5V USB port without the need for burning again if you need to extract some juice out of it. according to BioLite, BaseCamp Stove is capable of generating 5W of electricity, which means it is more than ample for charging large electronic devices such as a laptop. Continue reading BioLite BaseCamp Stove Cooks For Many And Charges Your Gadgets Too

BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle

the BioLite CampStove is no doubt one of the coolest camping gear we have seen, but a stove itself won’t do any good if you don’t have a pot or kettle or maybe a grill or something to go with it. well, i guess the grill part is a non-issue since the introduction of the Portable Grill and so, all there is left is to decide whether to lug along a pot or a kettle, or both. with the BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle your dilemma (and your need for camping cookware) is pretty much rid off cos’ this “pours like a kettle, cooks like a pot” contraption is both a pot and a kettle. Continue reading BioLite KettlePot Camping Kettle

The PowerPot

The PowerPot
(photos: Power Practical) The PowerPot | from US$150.00 | www.thepowerpot.com

getting stuck in the middle of the wilderness without juice for your mobile gadgets is the worst nightmare of any modern day Indiana Jones. well, may be not Indiana Jones but any gadget-relying, adventure-seeking, average joe. in such instance, you have quite a few options open to you to avoid being caught in such a juice-less situation. you can: bring lots of batteries but weight yourself down or lug along a solar charger but still get stranded when the sun sets or you could cook and charge your mobile gadgets at the same time. Continue reading The PowerPot