1 February 2012
one fine grill
We bring back the sizzling 60s with this compact barbecue grill.
Although undeniably an essential, a barbecue has never to us, seemed like a particularly stylish addition to the backyard or deck. However ,we stand corrected after coming across the new Bodum FyrKat charcoal grill. An example of enduring design, which in our books, has swiftly earned the right to enjoy pride of place in any outdoor area.
Based on the original 60s design, the Bodum grill has enjoyed a modern revival of the unique cone shape. For the barbecue connoisseurs, while small in size, the cone-shaped FyrKat grill makes up for its stature with two levels of grilling surface and a rotating roasting spit, turning the grill into a battery-operated rotisserie. The funnel design, which although is designed to ensure optimal heat when cooking, also aids in providing an easy and clean disposal of ashes – a feature, which we suspect any griller would agree, is no mean feat.
This slick and compact cooker could make the perfect addition to your summer outdoor dining repertoire, or perhaps even, take up residence in your car boot, adding some serious wattage to any picnic or camping trip.
Available in a range of colours in enamel coated steel along with a set of accompanying grilling tools.
The Studio of Tableware
5 Harold Street
(09) 638 8082www.thestudio.co.nz