We broke out the Solavore Sport the other day and cranked out some delicious pulled pork! This was so easy it was almost criminal.
Our partner Solavore was featured in a Misadventures Mag gear review just a few days ago. It was put to the test in overly-sunny Arizona, a place it seems was designed just for solar cooking.
Reposted with permission.
You might have caught our blog post about Top Chef contestant Jeremy Ford, but in these days of celebrity cookery, more and more chefs are clamoring about the culinary potential of the sun. Today we’re talking to Chef Carl Dooley, getting ready to open The Table, his new restaurant in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Reposted with permission – Anne Patterson, CEO Solavore
Last month Solavore Sport designer Dr. Paul Funk time-traveled to Sri Lanka twelve and a half time zones ahead of his lab in Las Cruces, New Mexico, to teach a module on ‘Engineering Design Thinking’ using the solar oven. Dr. Funk taught the class via Skype, addressing more than 50 teachers from rural areas in the country.
Bite-size Green TV host Angelina Le Grix and guest Michael Mora from Solar Cookers International discuss how solar cookers benefit users in the developing world. After trying 3 dishes in different models, Angelina recommends them for everyday cooking and emergency preparedness, as well.
Our partner One Earth Designs shares a recipe for Warm Beet Salad.
The Huffington Post discusses the issues around solar cooking with our partner Catlin Powers from One Earth Designs.
Today I’m going to share a video from a group in Bolivia called Sobre la Roca. It discusses the disproportionate suffering of women and children, and shows how women must play an important role in the fight against indoor cooking smoke.
Here is a recent video from our partner, Solavore.
I bet you slept a little in high school, didn’t you? You aren’t fooling anyone here, mister. You only have yourself to blame for today’s post then, because we need to make up for some lost time.
Am I dating myself with the title of this post? Does anyone else remember the Reese’s commercial with the two people walking down the street, one eating chocolate and the other eating peanut butter? They collide, and Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups are born. The world just became a better place.
Here’s a video from our partner One Earth Designs. Watch it and see their powerful parabolic solar grill in action!
Check out our partner Solavore’s Indiegogo campaign…