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Cook System

The complete campfire cooking kit, featuring a cookware set, fire pit, grill and ferro rod.

$382.80
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Grill Weight: 1.06 kg (2.35 lbs)
Grill Cooking Surface Dimensions: 11.4" x 11"
Weight Capacity: 13.60 kg (30 lbs)

Cook Set Weight: Weight: 1.86 kg (4.1 lbs)
Cooking Surface Dimensions:
Hibachi: 140mm W x 348mm L x 18mm D
Griddle: 140mm W x 348mm L x 24mm D
2L Pot: 140mm W x 348mm L x 66mm D

Fire Safe Weight: 910 g (2 lbs)
Fire Safe Burn Area: 11.4" x 11"

Fire Set Weight: 65 g (2.23 oz)
Fire Set Lifespan: Approximately 20,000 strikes
Fire Set Spark Temperature: Up to 5400 degrees Fahrenheit

The cooking equipment is made of 304 Stainless Steel, ensuring safety of use, even at high temperatures, and will age beautifully over time.

The chopping board is made from bamboo, an earth-friendly material that is durable and resistant to bacteria.

The ferro rod is made from 100% ferrocerium, one of the most efficient and sustainable fire-starting materials out there. The striker is made from premium knife-grade steel. The custom paracord is made from durable nylon and houses a string of dried jute tinder within it.

3 Year Post-Fire Guarantee. That means we’ll replace any part that isn't functioning properly within your first year of reasonable use.

Easy exchanges and returns.

COMPATIBLE FUELS
WOOD
CHARCOAL
HOW IT WORKS
EASY ASSEMBLY
Sets up quickly and easily, no complicated assembly required
1
Build a fire in Fire Safe
2
Set-up the Grill frame
3
Get cooking with Cook Set

KEY FEATURE

The Foundation

Grill is the base of the Cook System. A portable, foldable frame with a grill surface for traditional barbecuing. Insert the innovative rail system and transform Grill into a stable cooking platform.

KEY FEATURE

The Kitchen

Mix and match cookware for maximum versatility. Pancakes, stir fry, pasta, soups and stews - the possibilities are endless. Place the griddle under the hibachi as a grease-catcher for bacon or use the hibachi as a steamer for seafood when placed on top of the 2L Pot.

KEY FEATURE

The Fire

Get the fire started with Fire Set, a 100% ferrocerium rod that delivers consistent sparks at all altitudes, and even in wet conditions. House your campfire in Fire Safe, a two-part, portable fire pit that pairs perfectly with Grill. It can be used with wood or charcoal.

“Excellent value, superb style and versatile cooking potential”
“Genius and oh-so-simple design”
“Compact and robust system”
KIT
CONTENTS
KIT
CONTENTS
WG Cook Set
This kit contains 9 individual pieces in one useful storage bag.
Grill
A foldable and lightweight campfire grill made entirely of stainless steel.
Fire Safe
Keep your campfires contained with this portable stainless steel fire pit.
Cook Set
This 9-piece cooking multi-kit is designed for use with the Grill to cook directly over the campfire.
Fire Set
Made from 100% ferrocerium, this nested ferro rod delivers consistent sparks from the first use to the last.
Grill
A foldable and lightweight campfire grill made entirely of stainless steel.
Fire Safe
Keep your campfires contained with this portable stainless steel fire pit.
Cook Set
This 9-piece cooking multi-kit is designed for use with the Grill to cook directly over the campfire.
Fire Set
Made from 100% ferrocerium, this nested ferro rod delivers consistent sparks from the first use to the last.
Cooking Made Easy
Teddy Cosco | Cast & Iron
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In my opinion, a warm meal is best enjoyed outdoors and Cook System has everything I need to prep and cook over an open flame. I like to use the hibachi to char naan bread to serve with the Butter Paneer Curry, which I can make entirely in the 2L Pot. Taking the lid off and reducing the liquid gives the flavors a chance to meld and me some time to chop up some fresh coriander on the chopping board. This is a meal best served piping hot by a cold river.

Reviews

FAQ

1. Cook Set is designed to work on the WG Grill. Simply attach the rail system to your WG Grill frame using the toggles and grooves and place your cook surfaces between the rails.
2. We suggest using some fat (butter or oil) to lightly grease the Hibachi and the Griddle before use to stop food from sticking to the surface.

1. Use the Pot Gripper to remove hot cookware from the heatsource.
2. Discard any food waste and let the pot cool down before rinsing with water.
3. Use a nylon scrubber (or similar soft scrubber or sponge) and dishwashing soap to rub away any food residue.
4. Remove caked on food or grease by laying a hot damp cloth over the stain and letting it sit. Once the stain has softened, scrape off with a nylon scrubber or cloth.
5. Dry all pieces thoroughly.

No, Cook Set was designed for use with charcoal and wood fires only. It requires even dispersion of heat, and the concentrated flame produced by a gas burner could cause the stainless steel cooking surfaces to warp.

At the Campsite
1. Use the groove on the cleaning tool to remove residue from the grill rods
2. Wipe down frame and wires with a soft cloth
3. Unlatch the Grill surface and unhook the brace
4. Fold the frame until fully collapsed
5. Roll the Grill surface around the frame and pack into the carrying case
At Home
1. Soak your Grill surface in hot water and gently clean the rods with steel wool. The surface of your Grill can also be placed in the top rack of your dishwasher.
2. Use a sponge with soap and hot water to clean the frame
Tip: In between uses, you should use the allen key provided to tighten the bolts on your Grill. Regular tightening will ensure they never fall out accidentally or get lost mid-trip.

We’ve tested Fire Safe on a variety of surfaces and, in general, Fire Safe minimizes scarring or scorching the surface below. For example, we’ve placed Fire Safe over short grass and tested a small cooking fire, and found no damage. However, depending on the size of your fire, there is always a possibility the damage can occur, so we advise you not to use Fire Safe on sensitive materials such as plastics, long grasses, and finished wooden surfaces.

At the Campsite
1. Ensure the fire is completely extinguished and all pieces are cool before handling. Do not extinguish with water, as this will cause distortion. Except in emergency situations, ensure your fire dies down naturally.
2. Use handles to lift the insert out of the frame.
3. Discard the waste into a safe container.
4. Use a nylon scrubber (or similar soft scrub or sponge) to rub away ash or residue from your fire. Avoid using water at this point.
5. Fold the insert and frame and slide into the carrying case.
At Home
Avoid using excessive water when cleaning your Fire Safe. Fire Safe is made of 304 stainless steel, which is resistant to rust, but it is not rust proof. Water can get inside the hinges and cause them to stick or rust. If your Fire Safe is exposed to water, dry it as soon as possible and leave in a well ventilated environment.
1. Use a clean, dry cloth to brush off all residue.
2. Remove caked on food or grease by laying a hot damp cloth over the stain and letting it sit. Once the stain has softened, scrape off with a nylon scrubber or cloth.

Fire Set works by striking steel against a Ferrocerium rod which produces extremely hot sparks - up to 2980 C (5400 F)! Just make sure you have a nice bed of tinder and kindling for your sparks to fall into.
For Fire Set to work properly, use a highly flammable material as a catch for your sparks. We recommend using Spark Fiber or a cotton ball dabbed with a bit of petroleum jelly.

1. For optimal performance, use Spark Fiber or a cotton ball dabbed with some petroleum jelly as a catch for your sparks.
2. Prepare your kindling, such as birch bark or dry twigs.
3. Scrape off the black paint covering the ferro rod.
4. Set the ferro rod against Spark Fiber.
5. Use the top edge of the striker to apply pressure and strike firmly.

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