Kim Clift: I'm going to purchase a wood burning cook stove having a hard time deciding
if Heartland oval or Waterford Stanley. What do you think is the best
stove out there. Thanks
Si Smith: Hi ArtisanAcre.
Have to say I love your videos. Keep up the great work. Love to you all. x
Family Heritage Living: @quilterinthewoods62 We do heat the back portion of our home with a reg
wood stove the cookstove heats our kitchen and over heats our upstairs LOL!
We usually have windows open in the dead of winter we live in the north.
Our home is only about 900-1000 sq foot.. Certain reg stoves can be cooked
on as they do get hot enough. Some have cast iron exteriors over the inside
metal and it acts as an insulator so though heats it doesn't get hot enough
to cook on I can't even boil water on our reg 1
Family Heritage Living: @garyblack191 Gary, thank you for watching our channel and taking time to
leave a comment! Sorry you had to get rid of your stove! It would be like
getting rid of a member of the family, I say that with a smile but I truly
mean it! It was probably a hard adjustment! You ever check Craigslist? They
have used wood stoves on there sometimes. Just a thought. God's Blessings:
charlie brown: do you filler up with scrap wood kndling let it burn for a 10 minutes than
filler up with split logs
Brumfield: Thank you so much for taking the time to make and post this video. I've
eaten many a fine meal prepared with a wood cook stove in my grandmother's
kitchen. My dad installed a nice gas stove for her, but she preferred to
cook with the wood stove... and we all preferred to eat the food cooked on
the wood stove. My wife and I are headed back home to the USA after having
been in Mexico the last eight years. We, God willing, will be buying a farm
and a wood stove is on the top of our purchase list.
Family Heritage Living: @Coaljet Thanks for watching and leaving a comment. They are a lot of work
and very messy compared to what most people are accustomed to today, i.e.
dust, dirt, etc. But you are right, it is an incredible art that is sadly
neglected. One of the great things about these stoves is they are multi
taskers and in todays "green" world I would think that more people would
consider them but again, they are a alot of work and our society's life of
convenience gets in the way. Have a blessed day!
Family Heritage Living: @selfreliantboy Thanks for the comment selfreliantboy! Have a great day!
Family Heritage Living: @BkAkitas So glad the videos were helpful!!! How exciting when you first
start using your wood stove!! What I like to tell anyone using a woodstove
at the start: be careful, be cautious and be respectful of it. That's not
to scare you it's to give peace of mind. A fire in it's proper place is a
beautiful, nurturing thing. Take time to get to know your stove and it
"quirks" and you will fall in love with its abilities! Blessings! Ron and
garyblack191: Hi, I had a 1925 Copper Clad cookstove until a year ago. The firebox needed
attention and I had no one to help out with that. I still wish I had it
back though; I used it regularly though in the the winters here in
Illinois. I burned coal and sure had some great meals off of that stove. My
house was built in 1897 and the chimney was well suited for this type of
cooking. I really like your series of programs here. Thanks, Gary
charlie brown: can you burn coal in your cook stove
Family Heritage Living: @werb1961 I agree, the lighting leaves much to be desired but we light
primarily with kerosene lamps so that is one of the draw backs. We are
trying to work on it though. Thanks for watching and taking time to leave a
comment. Have a blessed day.
charlie brown: i once had a wood stove turn cherry red i was burning paper ,junk wood
clothing and i did not know the air was wide open
selfreliantboy: pretty cool video
werb1961: i love your videos but with your lighting its hard to see.
Coaljet: Wonderful video. I think that this reliable technology is very real and
relevant today. Wood cookstoves can be lifesavers in the event of a
protracted power outage, say, in mid-winter--especially if one lives near a
source of wood. But in general, and despite all the work (it is clearly an
art), I love these stoves. Hope to be able to have one, someday.
quilterinthewoods62: Thanks so much for the video. Not sure If I am one that encouraged the
video or not, but so glad you made it. We are wanting to get a wood cook
stove. This winter I will be cooking on the wood stove, hoping to learn a
bit about cooking on a wood stove, and hope that by the next winter we will
have a wook cook stove also. Do you also heat with the wood cook stove
solely, or do you also heat with a regular woodstove. We have 1700 sq foot
to heat. Again, thanks!
N.E.Arkansas Trash Trucks&Lottery: Love your video I love wood burning stoves alot.Someday I mite get me a
wood cook stove but in arkansas in the summer its just too too hot here we
have months of 100 degree days but fall and winter that extra heat would be
nice.I bet food even taste better on that cast iron stove.Thanks