I'm loving the cooler weather we're having. And, I don't think it is my English roots which is causing this LOL
Don't get me wrong, I love using my solar oven, in conjunction (when required) with our two plate gas stove from our old caravan.
|Our re-purposed caravan|
stove - we use the top two
plates and the grill, but
have never used the oven as
it apparentlty chews LP gas
like a box of chocolates in the
hands of two young'uns:)
So, the oven doubles up as
my mouse free bread bin
But, both of those are limited. Firstly, by the weather, and secondly by the amount I can cook at any given time - normally two pots full of food in / on either.
During winter, when it's pouring down with rain, and using the Rosie, a whole new world of cooking opens up.
This is the use to which I put the Rosie last week...
The Rosie accomodated 6 pots and the kettle...plus in the oven I roasted chicken pieces and made bread rolls.
|Chicken pieces roasting in my Rosie - the rolls|
went it later...:)
Don't forget the hidden benefit. Whilst all this is going on, our home was also being heated - to a very comfortable temperature :)
Now, considering that all of this used only 12 pieces of wood in total, I call that an economical way of cooking food whilst heating our home.