20.5.10

A Charcoal Oven working hard for a Safari Camp in the Maasai Mara

4 comments:

Joby Elliott said...

Oh my goodness, that looks delicious.

Are the sides of it insulated? I can't really tell from the photos.

Kinyanjui said...

Yup, a virmiculite and cement mix. As is the cermaic liner. And yes... it was delicious! How you doing anyway Joby, if you have any spare time please feel free to try sell some international Jikos!

Joby Elliott said...

Albuquerque is treating me a lot better these days. Cree and I are in a house now where there's room to garden and we've been gardening up a storm! I think we're only a few weeks out from the zucchini, green bean and snow pea plants starting to substantially cut our grocery bill.

Once the peppers and tomatoes get big and start producing we'll be pretty amazingly food producing.

I've been documenting us turning this crappy rental into something nice in a blog too, check it out!

http://www.adrenaldesign.com/blog

Next weekend I think I should have something at least started on there that I think will be right up your alley.

Muhindimzungu said...

Nice. Nicholas working his magic.
I never did get you the pictures with our chefs using the oven. Pole.