Chefs at the El Diablo restaurant in Lanzarote showed how they cooked their meat and fish at a temperature of 360 degrees Celsius (680 degrees Fahrenheit) on top of a volcano, Tuesday. The restaurant in the Timanfaya National Park uses the geothermal heat from a dormant volcano to grill all its food. The heat rises through a seven metre (23 feet) crater up to a cast iron barbecue grill. There is little chance of the volcano erupting soon - it last happened in 1824. The construction consists of nine layers of volcanic basalt rock to form the grill. Scientists and volcanologists were consulted to secure the cooking method of what probably is the hottest barbecue in the world.
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