Angela Schmidt

Fri, 21 Apr 2017 11:27:42 +0000

Great cooking set up - no more bending over the fire. I built this for my wife (seen here using it) in 2013 out of a need for a cooking area. It has since become very popular with the ladies in my household as well as other women. Plans are available from me (Eric Olsen, Clan Chief for Clan Black Stag ) for "Free"upon request...


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    campfire cooking - Google Search

    Viking camp at the seaside...

    Fire dogs dating to c. 900-800 BC, found in Switzerland What a great idea!

    a-frame cooking area with integrated firebox (good for arid climates or where placing the fire directly on the ground is not possible or not permitted)

    Medieval kitchen set up - courtesy of Douggiethwood.co.uk

    nice setup but still not what I was looking for the above firepit and teh A frame definitely are options and I could use it with the fireplace implements we already have

    Made of poplar or maple construction, these sturdy camp cots are perfect for the reenactor or anyone who enjoys sleeping under the stars. The

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    What a great kitchen addition! Une belle cuisine

    Medieval carts used to be used for all sorts of barging and barrowing. This is a somewhat small cart, but could easily be upsized as needed. - "A very excellent duplication of a Medieval wooden cart built by Charles of Westermark" and presented at Crusader Archaeology Symposium

    medieval kitchen - Google Search Maybe make from a steel 55 gallon barrel? Cut center section of the barrel out and weld/rivet the top lip back on so that the removable lid can be used to close the 'braizer for storage?