I have a woodstove for heating, it can be used for some limited cooking. When I retire I intend to have a different woodstove - one with soapstone or something similar - in a design that has a small bake oven. I don't cook much - mostly limited to occasional uses of a small slow cooker, a rice cooker, a deep fryer, a wok, and the occasional use of my oven to broil salmon fillets. All of them electric. Mostly I nuke stuff. I do have a propane stove, a multi-fuel backpacking stove, a cooking attachment to go on top of my multi-fuel lantern and a heavy cast iron dutch oven I recently bought but haven't used yet. The latter would usually require cooking over an open fire or with charcoal on the ground in a SHTF situation. I am looking for something a little different - something I can grill on without consuming liquid fuel, and do that under cover when it is raining or snowing here. I was in Costco a couple of weeks ago and there was a guy in there trying to sell a pellet BBQ grill, but I didn't care for it, and it requires electricity. I would like something I could smoke with too. I was thinking of something like the Lodge Sportsman's Grill. I could cook with that on my porch (covered) or if I get a roof for part of my deck, on my deck, when it is raining or snowing. Worst case, cooking inside the shop with a door open.