August 17, 2005

Outdoor Hot Wok

HotwokCooking outdoors should be fun, and what's more fun than an outdoor wok? How about one designed for outdoor cooking. We have always used the top of our grill for brazing food, but I never had the thought of maybe putting our wok on top of the grill. With this contraption - we won't have to.

The Hot Wok is great if you fancy a change from barbecues or indeed to complement your barbecue. It is the new cooking sensation which allows you to enjoy healthy well-cooked food outdoors. The set contains a 30cm round bottomed wok made from 1.5mm carbon steel with heat resistant wooden handle, a cast iron gas burner and gas kit of regulator and tube.

At Gardenopoly Via Shiny Shiny

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Posted by Jay Brewer at August 17, 2005 8:53 AM
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You can find something similar (or better, in my opinion) on OutdoorStirfry.com. I like the 13" PowerFlamer.


Posted by: Rick at January 17, 2008 1:16 AM

This may be about the closest to what I was looking for. I was traveling in Canada 10 years ago and saw a t.v. ad for portable propane wok cooker. I really wanted one but could not find one here in the states.

Where can I buy this one?


Posted by: John at February 25, 2007 12:22 AM

Hi.

I read about the OUTDOOR HOT WOK. It looks good.
Would you please tell me where can I buy it in the USA?

Thank you.

Carlos


Posted by: Carlos in El Paso at October 12, 2006 11:54 PM
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