The Portable Kitchen Hood by Maxime Augay tackles a problem everyone with small homes has. Smelly, stuffy, dirty kitchens. The Portable Kitchen Hood can easily be placed across a stove or induction cooker. The fan on the inside pulls all cooking air/fumes into the Kitchen Hood’s interior, which runs the air through a stainless steel, grease-trapping mesh and an activated charcoal filter, trapping microparticles of oil/fat as well as purifying the air of dust and odor.
Second to roasting directly over a fire, cooking on hot rocks or stone is one of the oldest methods of cooking. The Stone Cooker brings this age-old technique into the modern home in the form of a compact appliance you can use any place where there’s a power outlet. The internal volcanic rock is heated with electricity, making it a perfect cooking medium. Simply switch it on, set your food type, and place ingredients ranging from meat to bread and cook to your liking!
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