Every real country cottage/farm in Brazil should have a “wood stove”, called “fogao de lenha” in Brazil. I’m not sure why, but food always taste better when cooked in one of these pots and at a wood stove.
Small outdoor kitchens are as practical as they are fun. Cooking outdoors during the warm months of the year means we prevent heating up our homes and are smart about how we use energy. For this reason, many warm climate cultures use outdoor kitchens as their main cooking space. It's also a whole lot of fun and doesn't require a big budget or a ton of space to set one up.
Tis the season of warm breezes, extra daylight, and perfect outdoor evenings. What better way to kick off summer than to create an outdoor kitchen space? This can seem daunting and pricey, but there are several cost-effective, clever ways to create a beautiful, functional outdoor cooking space.