As Argentine chef Francis Mallmann argues in his 2009 book Seven Fires, you can cook meat with either the parilla, chapa, infiernillo, horno de barro, rescoldo, asador or caldero fire method.
In a video they just released, Canada-based Sportes Inc. makes the case that there’s actually an eighth fire starter that now belongs on Mallmann’s list — their forthcoming MIG Stove.
The video doesn’t give much in the way of details, but it appears the stove allows backyard chefs to cook meat,
Instead, the hollow MG Stove uses hot air emanating from burning charcoal or wood inside the grill’s six stainless steel walls to bake, roast, broil or boil its owners food of choice. Or so we think.
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Unfortunately, other than saying “the 8th Fire” will be available soon,