A generous 12 pieces per roll, these make starting your charcoal easy and fast. Made of saw dust and wax
Written by the talented team at Amari Bakery, amaribakery.com this book is a step by step guideline on researching, planning, setting up and creating a small bakery business successfully. The book covers key aspects such as business planning, budgeting, legal requirements and the actual setting up of a baking business. There are also two sample business plans in the book you can use to get an idea of how to write your own baking business plan.
Although the printed books are out of stock, please visit Amari E-Books to purchase an e-book for download.
Our liquid smoke is additive free, all natural and made in Kenya. Try it on meat, fish, poultry, vegetables, sauces and even smoked ice cream! One drop goes a very long way, so please use in moderation.
30mls glass bottle with drop dispenser.
Cut into an easy to use format, these sticks are made from seasonal prunings from fruit trees at Mlango Organic Farm, or our very own African Olive from the Cookswell Forest. 4 to 5 pieces will smoke for about an hour, and there is no need to soak prior to using.
How to use:
Place a small handful of Cookswell Smoking Wood in the removeable tray that catches the ashes below the liner. When hot coals fall through the holes, they will slowly smolder the wood to produce high-quality smoke for meats, veggies and more! Alternatively and for more smoke production, place a few sticks directly onto the coals in the oven, and cover with a bit of ash.
Remember to keep your oven clean, as the smoke buildup from each use will impart a smoky flavor to the other dishes that you prepare.
Each bag is approximately 500gms in weight
Pure Biochar: Used to absorb moisture in compost bins or vermiculture, or to reduce odors in cat litter and livestock bedding. Alternatively, you can activate the biochar before adding to your grass or soil.
50/50 Blend: This ready-to-use biochar and compost blend is incredibly beneficial for house plants, potting soil, vegetable gardens and lawns.
This eco-friendly hardwood charcoal is fired in specially made kilns to give a hotter burning coal. Sustainably harvested on a managed conservancy near Nakuru, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of this charcoal go back to the local community to promote reforestation projects.
The perfect fuel to roast, toast, grill or bake in your Cookswell Oven!
Did you accidentally drop your liner? These easily insert into the firebox of your oven or hibachi. Please indicate the size of your oven n the order notes to enable us to send you the correct size.
New eco-charcoal now in stock! We now have the amazing Soul Coal leleshwa bush charcoal harvested from fire breaks at Ol Ari Nyiro conservancy in Laikipia County. This charcoal supports local community members as well as controlling the spread of the invasive Leleshwa plant. Perfect for your daily bbq and baking needs, burns hot and clean.
For the precise cook.
Like everything else, your Cookswell Jiko deserves regular care and maintenance. Using the right products extends the lifetime of your jiko and keeps it looking like new all year-round.
We are proud to offer an eco-friendly cleaning solution that works well to keep your investment and our beautiful Kenya in tip-top shape. This trio of eco friendly, biodegradable products is specially formulated by the amazing team at Grounded Kenya. We believe that harmful chemicals should not be applied to food or even the tools that you use to prepare your meals.
The trio includes:
A spray bottle of natural, Kenyan-made soap that works well as a regular application after food prep is completed. This rinses off well and is free from any soapy residue or fragrance.
A citrus-based degreaser that cuts through fat and oil, returning your jiko to a beautiful shine after a busy nyama choma service.
A natural scouring powder that is perfect for deep cleans, getting any grime out of crevices and hard to reach areas.
Our Regreening Champion Kit features a wooden slingshot and mini box of 15 indigenous tree seedballs. Kids are encouraged to tackle habitat fragmentation by slinging seedballs into developed spaces void of plants (like medians and eroded areas).
An Artisan Merit Badge recognizes the work done to regreen our beautiful Kenya! We can customize the merit badge with your childs’ name – simply add this in the order notes when checking out.