Hot tabletop cooking equipment for al fresco summer sizzling
Whether you’re in the mood for a spot of alfresco dining, why not make the slicing and searing a social affair. We’ve found the means to fan the flames of tabletop cooking.
An innovative design from the Danish designer Tue T Elskær, produced by Larner Design, the Silo is a vertical grill. It heats speedily, directs heat away from the table and brings some of the joys of rotisserie roasting to the table. Silo Grill A4 Professionel, DKK3,870 (€520), by Tue T Elskær from Larner Design
Solid enough to support fire, but compact enough to take its place at the tabletop, the Grill 71 table barbecue features a nifty suspension system that allows you to raise and lower the grill plate as needed. Grill 71 table barbecue, £200, by Morsø
Chocolate fondue set
Make this a savoury throwback to finger-defrosting fondues on the slopes, or a dessert dipping bowl for immersing anything from chillies to cherries in molten chocolate.
Lumi Choco fondue set, £19, by Cookut, from Forma House
With a central plate made from heat-retaining soapstone, this griddle can sustain sizzling once heated without the presence of a hotplate. Cooks fishy morsels or strips of meat to order at the table. The Griddle, €130, by KnIndustrie. §
As originally featured in the July 2018 issue of Wallpaper* (W*232)