Kent Rollins Bertha Wood Burning Stove

Kent Rollins Bertha Wood Burning Stove

Kent Rollins Bertha Wood Burning Stove

Kent Rollins' signature wood-burning stove, affectionately named Bertha, is the centerpiece of Kent's cowboy cooking style. Made by hand in Tulsa, Oklahoma of 1/4" and 3/16" heavy-duty, corten steel, this stove will last a lifetime. Corten is specially designed to surface rust and self-seal, creating a rustic outer shell without affecting the integrity of the steel. High quality welds, craftsman tooling marks, and raw ingenuity proudly patina this functional showpiece. Heavy duty casters, lifter hooks, and cooking grates are included with every unit ($400 value). No two stoves are exactly alike, and years of use will provide you with some cowboy stories of your own to tell family and friends. 

About Kent Rollins 

Kent Rollins was born and raised along the banks of the Red River near Hollis, Oklahoma. Kent has since made numerous television appearances including the Food Network's highly rated shows, Throwdown! with Bobby Flay, where he beat Flay with his chicken fried steak, Chopped Grill Masters, Chopped Redemption and Cutthroat Kitchen champion He also holds an undefeated record on NBC’s Food Fighters and was featured on CBS Sunday Morning.

Along with slinging hash, Kent has also become pretty good at slinging bull. Kent travels the country to western heritage festivals to tell his tales. Kent's talent has earned him the Best Cowboy Humorist and Storyteller of the Year by the Academy of Western Artists.

Kent's ability to not only cook but to transport folks to another time through vivid stories of cow camps and the cowboy life is yet another way that he is a truly unique character.

Kent and his wife, Shannon, continue to travel the country feeding hungry folks and those intrigued by their distinct and historic way of life. However, more importantly, Kent carries on the legacy of cooking for cowboys on ranches during spring and fall gatherings, a rare tradition few follow.

Kent and Shannon released their first cookbook, A Taste of Cowboy, in April 2015. It became the #2 best-selling book on Amazon and is listed in the "Top 100 Cookbooks To Own in a Lifetime."