Cook delicious summer meals outdoors using only the energy of sunshine.
Why heat up your kitchen by turning on the stove when it's hot outside?
Cooking outdoors with sunshine is easy, safe, and free, and
it doesn’t heat up your kitchen (or the planet). It's like having an
unplugged version of your slow cooker in the backyard.
The food is flavorful.
The fuel is free.
The emissions are zero.
Prep and cleanup are easy.
Dishes don't need tending and never burn.
Your kitchen stays cool.
“The CooKit solved one issue for me this week: how to cook during
a heatwave without heating up the house. The last few days, I’ve
roasted vegetables and baked cakes in my backyard. Sure, each dish
took twice as long as usual, but they required no more attention
than adjusting the oven every so often to follow the sun.”
—Anne Ewbank in Gastro Obscura
Who is SLOW COOK SOLAR for?
Everyone who takes
climate change seriously.
Eating a diet of plant-rich foods and cooking it with sunshine is a delicious way to reduce your carbon footprint.
“Thanks so much to Lorraine Anderson for this beautiful,
colorful, informative, accessible, and engaging book.
She expertly sets anyone up to be successful at solar cooking.”
—Caitlyn Hughes, Executive Director, Solar Cookers International
What can you cook with sunshine?
Anything you can cook in a slow cooker—and more.
Fruits, vegetables, grains and pasta, legumes, egg-and-cheese dishes,
poultry, meat, seafood, nuts and seeds, bread.