Netherton Foundry Cast Iron Outdoor/Garden Hob & Red Tagine.
Cast iron charcoal bowl with British oak legs.
Black iron cooking grid with Netherton logo.
Pre-seasoned cast iron cooking bowl (4 litre capacity).
Glazed ceramic tagine lid with British oak, hand turned knob.
Perfect for all types outdoor cooking:
It's simple and quick to light.
Just fill it with lump charcoal, pour on 150ml (5 fluid oz) of barbecue lighter fluid, replace cast iron grid, stand back and light.
Wait for 20 to 30 minutes until the charcoal has become grey/white and then start to cook or barbecue.
It can be used on decking as well as on the patio.
Tagine and slow cooked dishes cook in 3 to 4 hours and stay hot for around 5 to 7 hours.
This leaves you plenty of time to relax and entertain.
It's great for family parties, a quiet evening in the garden watching the sunset or delicious warming food during a fireworks party.
All of the cast iron parts are pre-seasoned with flax oil for a natural, easy clean finish.
Use the Garden Hob to "brew up" by adding one of our traditional 3.5 pint or 5 pint kettles.
Try a great outdoor breakfast on the Garden Hob by adding one of our Spun Iron frying pans.
When the weather changes for the worse, you can use the cast iron cooking bowl indoors.
Turn it into an electric tagine by adding one of our electric heater bases.
Alternatively the bowl can be used on your gas or electric hob.
If you have not used seasoned iron cookware before please read this:
Customer review via twitter Andy H. 30 April 2014
*it's great for breakfast as once you've cooked, you can just keep the kettle on it for endless cups of tea!
*used my garden hob for the first time today, cooked breakfast on it. Superb as a mini BBQ that lasts for hours!
*I was using my "home made" rhododendron charcoal, gave a very nice heat :-)
Product Review by John Adams in Issue 79 Permaculture Magazine:
In summary, this is a well made and versatile outfit which can be used to cook delicious meals for up to eight people almost anywhere and in any weather.
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