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Horizon Stove on Above and Beyond blog

By Lyssa-Fee Crump May 13, 2015 4:54:45 PM

Hop on over to the Above and Beyond blog to read about the Horizon Stove and why rocket stove cooking is so great! You can even see the Horizon Stove in action on a narrowboat...

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Above and Beyond are one of our fantastic retailers, stocking everything you need for wild outdoor adventures. They were even voted Online Retailer of the Year in The Great Outdoors Awards! Check out their site for great camping kit, GPS systems, tents and outdoor clothing. Their blog is full of handy gear reviews and interesting interviews with all sorts of outdoor personalities - definitely worth a read!

Here's the post in case you missed it:

The start of summer brings with it a bit of freedom: the freedom to stay up later, to stay out later, to change up your routine and do something different. Longer evenings and warmer temperatures mean that spring and summer are the perfect time to get out there and make the most of the outdoors. What better way to do that than a bit of rough and ready outdoor cooking?

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The ideal piece of kit for adventurous outdoor cooking is a rocket stove, like the Anevay Horizon Stove produced by Cornish company Anevay. It’s a hardy, portable rocket stove with a clever cage design that means you can pick it up even when it’s hot. The rocket stove technology means that it’s smokeless, and it burns with almost complete combustion meaning that black carbon emissions are at a minimum. Weighing in at just under 3kg, the Horizon is a much lighter and more portable counterpart to Anevay’s other stoves and a great way to bring the wood fuel revolution into your everyday life. It’s lightweight, making it perfect for short trips, but so sturdy that you could cook for a large group on top without worrying about stability.

The Horizon comes with a carry bag made from recycled inner tubes. Once you’ve finished cooking, tip out the ash and you can stuff the stove back into its bag right away: no need to wait for it to cool down. It’s not a gas stove. You can find fuel wherever you make camp: pick up a handful of driftwood from the beach or scavenge twigs from the forest floor or the side of the road. It’ll boil five litres of water in 15 minutes with just 250g kindling and is ready to cook on as soon as it’s lit. Regulating the temperature for cooking on is a breeze once you get the hang of feeding fuel into the chamber.

Keep your Anevay Horizon Stove in the boot of your car or by your front door. Grab a few raw ingredients and a frying pan. Head off somewhere exciting: drive to a beach you’ve never been to before, or walk up your favourite hill with a view. Get out there and get cooking!

 

Topics: Above and Beyond, Anevay News, About Our Retailers, Horizon Stove, narrowboat, Online Retailer of the Year, outdoor cooking, Outdoor Life, spring, summer, wild camping