FIRO – innovative cooking device for modern picnics
One of these lasting memories from my childhood is the open air camping, where gathered around the camp fire, we wrapped potatoes and onions in cooking foil to bury them in the live coals and eat later on, like they were the most delicious thing on earth.
Pretty much all the inventions these days are exploring our good old habits trying to improve and polish the experience. Whether it’s a steel of our natural ways of reaction or a pure enlightenment on how things can work better, the progress is always here to stay and the FIRO concept by Andrea Nimtschke is totally proving it.
FIRO is a portable oven made of technical ceramics and a perfect multifunctional device for outdoor cooking. It holds 4 pots, attached to a railing construction with a swiveling support for maintaining the food level, thus way FIRO can be easily and safely dragged in and out of the fire. The pots are used both for cooking and eating purposes with utensils that clips on the sides of each pot and temperature insulation pockets for handling while hot. All from above in a compact and elegant 5 kg package.