Liv­ing well Bar­be­cues, nat­u­ral floor­ing and Fa­thers’ Day ideas

Out­door cook­ing ap­pli­ances can be as planet-friendly as in­door ones – and more fun!

House Beautiful (UK) - - Contents -

1 BUILT TO LAST

As well as look­ing like a piece of mod­ern art the Forno grill is made from the same cast iron Morso uses to build its wood­burn­ing stoves so, if cared for, should last for decades. It also has a cast-iron grid­dle, which helps lock in meat juices as it cooks. Forno grill (H110cm x W55cm), £595, Morso

2 COM­PACT AND EF­FI­CIENT

Us­ing su­per-ef­fi­cient smoke-free char­coal bri­quettes that heat in just seven min­utes, the Cobb can roast, smoke, grill, even cook piz­zas. Pour a lit­tle water – or beer – into the moat to in­fuse flavour into meat. The Cobb, £109.99 (32cm dia); fuel stones, £12.49 for six; all Lake­land

3 WELL-IN­SU­LATED

The heavy­weight Big Green Egg doesn’t look like a tra­di­tional bar­be­cue. Al­though the out­side re­mains cool to the touch, it’s so well-in­su­lated the in­ter­nal tem­per­a­ture can reach 400°C with char­coal and stays hot for hours. Big Green Egg (H69cm x W46cm), from £700, big­greenegg.co.uk

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