Southwinds Story

Southwinds November 2004 Cooking Fish With a Solar Cooker On Board As my nephew Ben said when we turned north to return to Dauphin Island after a near-perfect overnight Gulf Stream fishing trip, “Every trip from now on will be downhill, Uncle Billy. It can’t get any better than this!” Indeed, it had been a …

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Cabela Article

Cabela’s Outfitter Journal, December 2004 The SPORT Solar Oven is a family-sized solar oven that is good complement to the recreational activities such as camping, boating, picnicking and patio and RV cooking. Very versatile, it roasts or bakes all kinds of meat and fish, steams any vegetable, bakes breads, cakes and cookies, and cooks rice, …

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Cooking Light Article

Cooking Light, April 2006 Kim Carlson, host of “Earth Smart Consumer” on NVC in Minneapolis and St. Paul, Minnesota and founder of EarthSmartConsumer.com PICK: Sport Solar Oven ($124; 612-623-4700,www.solarovens.org) WHY: Since it only weighs 11 pounds and is the size of a small suitcase, you can easily pack this solar oven with the rest of …

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Cooks Illustrated Article

Solar Cookers          A Critique of Solar Cookers from the June 2007 issue of Cook’s Ilustrated Magazine Solar cookers use just the sun’s rays to work—they don’t require fuel or emit smoky fumes, and they use minimal water. They’re environmentally friendly, but are they really useful?  Before we started to test solar cookers, we were skeptical—could anything …

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