Q&A Cooking on fireplace insert

QandA Posted By QandA, Oct 5, 2001 at 2:20 PM

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    Question:

    We have a fireplace. We would like to purchase an insert. Is an insert made that can be cooked on in the event of extended power outages? If not, are there wood stoves made that can be cooked on?



    Answer:

    Best bet is to get an insert that has an extended single wall area of the top (this gets nice and hot). Look at the Avalon and Lopi models at http://hearth.com/travis. Also, you could set a small stove on the hearth and vent it back into the fireplace. Most stove companies make these "hearth stoves". Check out the products at http://hearth.com/prod.html
     
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