You guys! Can you believe that this whole meal was cooked with solar sunshine? Seriously. Kinda crazy but really awesome. Plus, it’s Thai food so it’s basically my fav. Hello spicy, savory Thai food that didn’t make my kitchen a hotmess is everything. Especially right now when temperatures in Austin are the highest they have been in years! Heat wave, y’all. So why not take advantage of all the sun power and make dinner?
Technically, I think the Solavore Sport Oven was made with campers and outdoor enthusiasts in mind. But let me be the first to tell you that I am not really a camper. As in, I went camping once, repeat one time in my life, where I actually pitched a tent and slept on the ground. It was terrible. Awful. I swore I was never, ever doing that again. And I haven’t since. It was that crazy hot summer, 2011 I believe, and somehow a group of friends and I got the notion that it would be a great idea to go camping in the middle of July in Texas. As I write this, I can’t believe how we ever thought this would even remotely be fun. Anyways, it was suffocatingly hot, even at midnight and as soon as daylight peaked through, I was packing up and loading out. So there was my one experience with camping. Maybe sometime, some place else I will try again, but I think I am still sweating from that failed attempt, haha.