Kadai Firebowls? set to revolutionise outdoor cooking and leisure at GLEE 2017

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Innovation is key to the great success of Kadai Firebowls? by Wilstone, who have been at the leading edge of fire bowl barbecuing for the last decade. Their approach brings together the traditional skills of artisan producers with innovative British designs that have shaped the way fire bowl cookery has evolved.

Christo Mckinnon-Wood, co-founder and managing director of Wilstone explained: ?The new Holi Grill is an example of innovation in action, our newly designed grill system will be incorporated into the Recycled Kadai Firebowl?, allowing wood or embers to be moved, stoked or replenished without the need to interrupt cooking time. This provides unlimited levels of flexibility and control over cooking and heating zones and styles.”

The new Holi Grill concept works alongside the interchangeable range of Kadai Accessories? to provide a cooking experience that?s as intuitive as it is pleasurable. Food can be placed in different zones and at different heights to allow complete control over cooking style, timing, taste and experience. Whether first time novice or old hand, the Kadai Holi Grill takes the fire bowl cooking experience to the next level.

Kadai Firebowls by Wilstone return to GLEE this year with a more extensive and exciting product range, to include a full range of outdoor living Furniture, Cast Iron Gazebos, Obelisk Planters, Rose Arches, and a variety of hand crafted Benches.

Celebrating all that is special about outdoor living, Kadai Firebowls by Wilstone will showcase the Kadai Firebowl in all it’s forms, as a planter, a barbecue and a fire bowl, with ten new accessories for 2017.

Kadai Firebowls by Wilstone offers a total outdoor living experience unlike any other, specialists in embracing the outdoor way of life for over ten years, the product range has grown to encompass every aspect of enjoying your garden.

Kadai Firebowls? by Wilstone are built on very personal and privileged relationships with their artisans, stockists and customers and as Christo goes on to say, it?s these regular personal conversations that have shaped product research and development; ?product development is where we started to think about what we could, should and would do differently. ?Pushing forward the evolution of our designs to enhance customer experiences in ways that really bring people together?.

Great design begins with great ideas and the team over at Wilstone have worked closely with their artisan producers for the last 10 years to bring the traditions of Indian Kadai cookery to the fore of European leisure time, doing so in a contemporary yet time honoured way. Quality, authenticity and environmental responsibility combine to create a product, brand, and service that you can truly rely on. With a full stockist management team, marketing support for visual merchandising and live cooking demo’s as part of the service.

These beautiful and functional bowls are handmade from recycled oil drums by family workshops in India. Hand cut metal plates are riveted in the traditional way for strength and durability and feature the same drop handles as the Original Kadais. Traditionally used as cooking bowls throughout India. Kadai Firebowls re-imagined it?s use and created the Internationally acclaimed Kadai Barbecue Firebowl.

?To show the versatility of the product, Kadai Firebowls have now re-engineered the Kadai to produce a stunning planter & with their one-piece bowl a superb water feature.?

Kadai Planter

An enhanced filter system in the bottom of the bowl allows for drainage and the depth of the bowl allows for deeper root systems.

Kadai Water Feature

The Wilstone one-piece Kadai is a great place to start and with the filter system removed and sealed, the bowl is the basis of a perfect water feature. Add a beautiful water lily or other aquatic plants and you have a water garden to fit even the smallest of spaces.

Come and visit Kadai Firebowls by Wilstone ? stand 17W30-X31.

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