About African Forest:
African Forest is a holistic agro-forestry social enterprise, founded in 2006, and based on the edge of Soysambu Conservancy, a 22,000 ha ranch surrounding Lake Elementeita, in the Rift Valley. African Forest has a 60 ha plot on the edge of the ranch, where they have an indigenous organic tree nursery and seed centre and trial plantations of Planet Positive Forestry. They also produce and promote, in conjunction with the local communities, sustainable NTFP’s (non-timber forest products) including herbal medicines. Services include plantation establishment and management, reforestation and sustainable development planning and implementation, as well as assistance in raising green finance.
Wildly Good Eco Charcoal
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!
About African Forest:
These hand carved cutting boards are perfect for your stylish kitchen. Made of sustainable Neem wood (Swahili Name: Mwarubaini; Latin Name: Azadirachta indica), this is a durable and quality chopping board. Lightly oiled and ready for use, each board varies in design.
Our very first ever Cookswell Cookbook featuring 13 of our favourite, tried and tested recipes. Categorized into starters, mains and desserts, this booklet will help you get used to cooking in your Cookswell oven.
We are excited to offer you a free copy for download – enjoy!
A durable add-on when you want to roast kebabs, steaks, grilled fish, mishkaki, chicken tikka and more! Convenient wooden handle with a grill made from quality stainless steel that is easy to clean and long lasting.
Diameter approximate sizing:
Small 23cm/9 inches
Medium 28cm/11 inches
Large 36cm/14 inches
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.