Pratki stoves were first introduced to me about a month ago. We had just packed our tent away for the winter season and I was regretful I didn’t have this amazing little stove while we had been camping.
This is just what I would have needed and I certainly would have saved money in the long run as we bought quite a few of those dodgy disposable BBQ’s over the summer.
The Pratki stove has brilliant reviews and I could wait to try it out so we have been using it simply in the back garden and I can’t recommend it enough.
Its just the right size for family cooking without being too large to be cumbersome. The grill tray is a great addition although we mostly used it with a frying pan and made a lot of one pot meals.
Hubby would be hard to impress but he is completely ‘in love’ with our Pratki! We cook our starter using the grill, breaded prawns are a favourite in our house. The kids love sausages and I served up a mouth watering sausage casserole several evenings using a medium sized wok. The Praki stove can be used to serve up just about anything!
No matter your taste or style, the Praki will suit you and your family. We love it and it’s coming on all our camping trips next year. I can’t move on without mentioning, what I believe to be an ingenious addition – little steel doors concealing a tray. This tray makes for very easy, fast and safe removal of the burnt charcoal and is just what you need when you are on the move. The stove itself stays hot for ages and gives off a great heat. It’s a night time ritual now with the kids, after our ‘BBQ, they love toasting marshmallows and the stove is hot enough to do this hours after I have cooked the tea.
Now for the price!! A stove like this should cost about £200 in my opinion but you can purchase this for only £64.99. I think this is a super price for the quality of the stove. For further information and for cooking ideas visit The Charcoal Burner Company.
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