Over twenty years ago I came up with a design for a heat retention oven that not only kept the food hot during transport, but could continue the cooking process while in transit, saving time and energy. This early prototype was used when attending gatherings with friends and family however, even though the design worked well, there was no place for a product like this in the market.
Fast forward to the 2010 Brisbane Floods, the opportunity to improve the design and test it had arrived. Three quarters of Queensland, Australia was effected and thousands, including myself, were without power. We distributed EasyOven to close friends to trial and only received good reviews! The same thing happened in early 2011 when Christchurch, New Zealand was hit by a 6.3 magnitude earthquake. Having family living there and in the surrounding towns we immediately sent EasyOven for another round of trials, again the reviews were the same.
Having been satisfied with the performance of EasyOven, and with the world becoming more aware of atmospheric pollution, smoke inhalation diseases and increasing costs of living, it was time to release it to the public.
Soon after it's released we were fortunate enough to be asked to be partnered with the UN Global Cooking Alliance - Clean Stoves. The only way is up from here!
I hope you enjoy using EasyOven as much as I do!
"The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it." - Robert Swann
- Joanne Kennard, Director and Inventor of EasyOven