Following North African tradition our Tagine is used to create sumptuous stews full of flavour, slow cooked over a low heat. Its conical shape makes a hot, humid environment for the simmering stew to cook in. As the food cooks steam rises into the cone, condenses and then trickles down the sides back into the food. It’s this slow cooking without drying out the food that develops the exquisite flavours. Both the vessel and the food cooked in it take the name tagine.
Accessorise your fire pit
Have a look at our Accessories section where you’ll find lots more useful extras for cooking over and managing your fire. Choose from our practical accessories such as our Fire Pit BBQ Gloves or the Ash Rake, which is great for moving hot embers around to facilitate cooking.
Maintaining your fire pit
NB: All our fire pits, lids and accessories will begin to rust immediately and will not maintain their black finish. However, this will not affect their long term durability. As all our fire pits are handmade from sheet steel which has naturally occurring blemishes, there may be very slight variations in the forging and finish. Please click here for handy tips on the safe use and care of your fire pit and accessories.