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Some information about enamel

All the enamel from Hungary is "fired" at over 600 degrees C. and fully vitrified.  So it is like cooking in glass.  They say dishwasher safe, resistant to Acid and Alkeline, enamel  over a carbon steel surface.  No use of lead or cadmium on the inside cooking surface.

Vitreous enamel has many excellent properties: it is smooth, hard, chemically resistant, durable, scratch resistant (5-6 on the Mohs scale), long-lasting color fastness, easy-to-clean, and cannot burn. Enamel is glass, not paint, so it does not fade with UV light.[13] Its disadvantages are its tendency to crack or shatter when the substrate is stressed or bent.  An extract from Wikipedia.

 

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Kotlich finds friends among Bushcraft Folk

JP, a bushcraft trainer and general lover of the wilderness writes on Bushcraftliving.  He will be using the Kotlich much more than his Dutch oven in the future.  He enjoyed the game stew he made with 10 guys in the woods. He discribes his Kotlich as "light, tough and easy to clean".  What more can you want really?

Read the review in Bushcraftliving

 

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We are Catch of the Day - Coast Magazine  Coast Magazine features www. outdoor-kitchen.biz  in the Catch of the Day section.  We are this months recommended web site and the Kotlich and tripod seem to be "floating their boat" in March.
   

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Transport collecting from Hungary on Tuesday 28th Feb

The snow  seems to have thawed and lorries are on the move, the Firepits are ready.    kotlich being dipped 


Enough firepits to sink a battle ship will be arriving in a  couple of weeks, at the Outdoor Kitchen.  That will put my new shelves to the test, even with all the re-organization  I don't know how everything will fit in.

Some Kotlich in the making.  They have been dipped in enamel, it is drying before they go into the gas kiln.

 

 

 

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Marlin the Lurcher - on holiday
marlin enjoying an outdoor kitchen product
Yes, he has arrived with two beds and he is allowed to lie on the sofa!  Out came the wonderful yellow horse blanket, yes the one with the stripes on,   I thought I would never use again and he is in luxury.

Our other visiter, Fidget, the ancient terrier is looking most put out but not sure if that is because she was dragged through some mud this morning?  I heard a little growl when they were discussing who's bed went where and which was who's bowl.  Two dogs for someone who is not used to any dogs is going to be fun.  I hope they don't find the marmalade.

   

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