SOLAR COOKING SEASON IS HERE Buy
Learn how to solar cook.
Learn how to choose a solar cooker.
Learn about the All Season Solar Cooker (ASSC)
There are many solar cookers competing for your dollar. The ASSC, which is our own design, out performs them on any measure - price, efficiency, portability, durability, focal range, ease of use.
This website will tell all about the ASSC and offer tips on how to solar cook.
The old way - one hot meal a day
The new way - 3 or more hot meals per day
Make it a Solar spring
Spring is just around the corner and solar cooking could not be better. Longer days, more sunshine, and more solar cooking opportunities.
Use the All Season Solar Cooker to capture sunlight from dawn until dusk.
Cook 3 springtime meals every day the sun is out.
Poultry and meats - Spring time cooking.
The biggest mistake I make with these is putting them on too soon. Its easy to have a nice tri-tip roast ready by 10am. So watch your weather. Bright clear days cook quickly. You should plan no more than two hours for a roast or chicken. So back up from the sunset time one hour, then two more hours for great cooking. If sunset is at 5pm, put out the roast about 2pm.
I cook TriTip to "Medium" and always use a food thermometer.
An egg frittata makes a great breakfast and open faced sandwiches are great for lunch. Even with making these three meals in one day you will find that your cooker is empty most of the time.
The sun is so powerful and these spring days are great for solar cooking.