fire bowl

This expensive-looking fire bowl is really affordable! Use it to cook… or enjoy the ambiance

Use a tabletop fire bowl in the kitchen or on the patio!

By Lauren Tippetts

Amy Richardson brings the party… literally! She pulls out all the recipes, all the gadgets, and all the pretty pieces to make an average meal into an occasion. Such was the case with her snow day breakfast spread. The main (interactive) dish was toasted stuffed waffles made over a tabletop fire bowl!



Solo Stove

Element Tabletop Fire Bowl, $59.99, Terraflame by Solo Stove

“Isn’t this gorgeous?” Amy said. The sleek design would fit seamlessly in to any decor style. It’s made for indoor and outdoor use, so use it in your kitchen, or, on your back patio.

Amy used it to toast up a cozy breakfast, using a Toas-tite to make a sweet waffle sandwich of sorts. After topping one waffle with butter, jam, strawberry cream cheese and fresh strawberries, she set another waffle on the other side of the Toas-tite and closed it up.

“Put the top on it, put it over the fire and toast it up!” Amy instructed.

“It’s super heavy and you can cook a lot of things over it,” Amy advised. We’re already dreaming of the s’more creations we could make!

Use a fire bowl to cozy up those winter days when it’s still too cold to go out and make a fire. What we’re really looking forward to, though, is those summer nights out on the patio. Set it on the table and enjoy the ambiance of a wood fire with out the smoke. The odorless fuel lasts three hours for those late-night summer gatherings.

We were pretty impressed at the price point on this chic home piece, too.

“I think for what it is, it’s totally affordable,” Amy stated.

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