This hand-crafted, steel Asado Cross is a meat-lovers ideal piece of cookware. It has two adjustable arms that keep your meat secure, with the added bonus of four meat hooks. The Kadai Asado Cross fits best onto a 70cm or 80cm Firebowl and has a useful stand that allows you to place it closer or further away from your flame.
Goods will either be delivered in a box or on a pallet depending on the size and weight of your complete order.
Delivery costs will be calculated at checkout. Costs vary depending on the weight of your order and the postcode of the delivery address.
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions on delivery to non-Mainland UK postcodes. We do have stockists in the Channel Islands.
For all orders placed we will endeavour to deliver in 5-10 working days Monday - Friday, UK Mainland only; however, some packages may take up to 20 days
For boxed deliveries to anywhere in England (excluding Isle of Wight), Wales and Scotland (excluding Outer Hebrides and Orkney Islands) the delivery charges are shown below (inc. VAT):
· Up to 1kg: £5.50
· 1.1 to 5kg: £7.50
· 5.1 to 20kg: £9.50
· 20.1 to 75kg: £15 to most UK mainland postcodes - other postcodes may vary
Any orders with a total weight over 75kg (or too large or fragile to go in a box) will be delivered on a pallet at a cost of £49 to most UK mainland addresses. Some areas within the UK are subject to higher delivery costs due to their location, Including: Scottish Highlands, Scottish Islands, Isle of Man, Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands. These prices will be shown at checkout.
Delivery is kerbside only and anything beyond that is at the driver's discretion. They will not be able to unpack or install your delivery.
bought this for new years eve to slow roast the top half of a lamb. I didnt use the hooks, just wired the lamb to the holes in the cross. Combined with the flambadou for added effect and flavour (that thing needs to be red hot to work well). Absolutely fun to use and makes delicious smoked food
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