Field cooker without the back ache.

It’s made from a steel plate, a leather strap, a spirit burner and a tiny cutting board. You strap it to a tree and (presto!) you have a camping cooker with the right working height. Stefano Santilli has designed the field cooker to encourage the frying of freshly picked wild mushrooms right away in the field. And he’s right. There’s hardly anything tastier than freshly picked chanterelles fried in butter in the woods on a clear and mild autumn day. Besides, Stefano’s idea should be appreciated by everyone with a bad back. The operation of ordinary camping cookers often means a lot off kneeling and bending of one’s back. And, with the addition of a couple of portable sitting sticks, you are looking at a very nice day out, indeed.brbr

No Responses to “Field cooker without the back ache.”

Post a Comment