A simple woodgas cook-stove part II

Just for fun I made a small box of bricks and placed a single LuciaStove in it. The gaps between the bricks provided all the air the stove needed. At the end opposite the stove I left three 1.5 cm gaps in an effort to have the heat be directed along the full surface of the makeshift cook stove. This is my very first attempt at cooking soup, bread, and tea all at the same time with a small gasifying cook-stove. Please forgive the poor video and lighting. The full meal was cooked with 500 ml of wood pellets. As a bonus the room was heated for over an hour and 326 ml of ash free char was produced. I was pretty happy with the results!
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