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The ultimate geothermal BBQ – volcanic grilling in Lanzarote

Cooking with heat in volcanic mountain. At the Restaurante el Diablo on the Islote del Hilario, Lanzarote (Flickr/ Terry Whalebone)
Alexander Richter 2 Jun 2015

El Diablo restaurant in Lanzarote (Spain) has a Grill that uses the heat from a dormant volcano.

There are various types of utilisation of geothermal energy. Power generation, heating, swimming, spas, food-dehydration and more … but one thing that never comes to mind is using lava for a BBQ.

We have seen efforts by cooks made in Iceland at volcanic eruptions to cook meals on top of glowing lava, but this permanent structure for a grill in Lanzarote is special and a great showcase for “geothermal energy – the power from the earth”.

Here the full coverage and article from the Daily Mail: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/travel/travel_news/article-3105685/The-dangerous-BBQ-world-Lanzarote-restaurant-uses-VOLCANO-cook-food-450-degrees-Celsius.html

Post done by Alexander Richter on the ThinkGeoEnergy LinkedIn Group (LINK)