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A charcoal oven in the kitchen of the Karen Blixen Camp, Maasai Mara.

They use it because it;
a) saves alot of money on buying LPG (fossil fuel)
b) cooks food really really well!

And it only uses a handfull of charcoal thanks to insulation and the ceramic liner!

to buy one please see

www.kenyacharcoal.blogspot.com

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Richard Boyt, June 2005

The following material is the fifth part of a seven-part condensation from the booklet "Practical Tips for Potters, Making Improved Cooking Stoves",

Prepared by Tim Jones, illustrated by Debbie Riviere, published by Hofman Systems Engineering b.v., PO Box 624, 3100 AP Schiedam, The Netherlands (1993)

Richard Boyt, June 2005

The following material is the sixth part of a seven-part condensation from the booklet “Practical Tips for Potters, Making Improved Cooking Stoves”.

Prepared by Tim Jones, illustrated by Debbie Riviere, published by Hofman Systems Engineering b.v., PO Box 624, 3100 AP Schiedam, The Netherlands (1993)

Richard Boyt, September 2003

Stovers:

Just how and why does plastic clay change as it dries? I know just enough to know that I don't know very much.

Richard Boyt, August 2003

The following material is the fourth part of a condensation from the booklet "Practical Tips For Potters Making Improved Cooking Stoves" Prepared by Tim Jones, Illustrated by Debbie Riviere. Published by Hofman Systems Engineering b.v., PO Box 642, 3100 AP Schiedam, The Netherlands (1993).

Richard Boyt, June 2003

The following material is the second part of a condensation from the booklet "Practical Tips For Potters Making Improved Cooking Stoves. Prepared by Tim Jones, Illustrated by Debbie Riviere. Published by Hofman Systems Engineering b.v., PO Box 642 3100 AP, Schiedam, The Netherlands (1993).

FINDING AND SELECTING CLAY

Richard Boyt, June 2003

Dear Ken Goyer, Rogerio Cameiro de Miranda, and others:

The following material is the third part of a condensation from the booklet "Practical Tips For Potters Making Improved Cooking Stoves. Prepared by Tim Jones, Illustrated by Debbie Riviere. Published by Hofman Systems Engineering b.v., PO Box 642, 3100 AP Schiedam, The Netherlands (1993).

Richard Boyt, June 2003

Again, greetings from Pottershop Holler, where the sky gets smaller as the trees grow taller.

Before I continue with ideas on primitive kiln and stove designs, I want to backtrack to fill a few holes
I've left in earlier writings. Sometimes I have called for equipment or materials that are not likely

Ron Larson and Richard Boyt, June 2003

Stovers: Richard Boyt and I are having a discussion on making charcoal-making stoves out of clay. Richard has sent me a new paper design below. This note is only on my own progress - which Richard has been kind enough to continue.

Initial Design Concepts:

  1. Wide bottom for stability
  2. Main body, grate, skirt, lid, cast lightweight ceramic.
  3. Preheat and control primary and secondary air.
  4. Remove pot, skirt, skirt top, chimney adapter, chimney for grilling, frying roast, etc.
  5. Fuel holder, chimney and adapter metal(?)

Richard Boyt, May 2003

Hello stovers.

Greetings from Pottershop Hollow in the SW Missouri Ozarks where last week tornadoes did their damndest.
Sunday's blow just missed us by a few miles as did the storms of the rest of the week. Two years ago the
farm got hit by several small tornadoes that uprooted over a thousand of our larger trees.

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