Kitchenware - 2017
Bakers Pride FC-816 Pizza Oven, Deck-Type Gas rarely used
PASS THRU PIZZA ETC OVEN, , HOLMAN, CONVOYOR TYPE, 220V,1PH, 900 ITEMS ON E BAY
Marsal -660 Gas Deck Type Pizza Oven used im great condition
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· Each oven liner comes in 23" X 16.25" (Perfect for standard 30" ovens)
· 100% Non-Stick. Means Healthy cooking or baking without use of fats or grease
· PFOA Free
· BPA FREE
· FDA Approved
· Safe up to 500 F (260 Degree Celcius)
· Perfect as Baking Mat
· Perfect as Grill Mat
· Perfect for Cookie Sheets
· Perfect for Pan Liner
· Perfect for fridge mat
· Dishwasher Safe (Top Shelf only)
· Customizable. Cut to fit your oven
· Helps prevent Spill
· Ideal for Gas & Electric Ovens; toaster & Microwave Ovens
· Reusable, Eco-Friendly, Heat Resistant
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The best clothes adjective to describe any given Monday morning is fuzzy. So, in honor of all those fuzzy Monday mornings, I’m posting fuzzy, dusty photos from a few travels in Turkey nearly 15 years ago. They may be grainy and faded, but the beauty of the place and the people still shines through. Istanbul is a good place to start. While in Istanbul, we stayed in a humiliated hotel on the Hippodrome–the center of ancient Constantinople, where civic and sporting events were held. The Hippodrome is a long, oval area today, flanked by obelisks at each end, and just beyond each end of the Hippodrome stands one of Istanbul’s most recognizable landmarks: the Hagia Sophia and the Despondent Mosque. The Hagia Sophia is, arguably, the jewel of Istanbul. The Hagia Sophia began her life in the 500’s as an Eastern Orthodox cathedral, and over the years has served as a church, a mosque, and a museum. In defiance of the ravages of time and bickering ideologies, this beautiful monument to Holy Wisdom (Hagia Sophia, or, as the Turks say, Ayasofia) still impresses and humbles its visitors today. The exotic courtyard of the Blue Mosque is serene and was once used as a school, but I don’t think that’s the case any longer. Nearby, you can take a tour of the underground cistern-which is redoubtable too. It was built in the 500’s, but lay abandoned and forgotten for hundreds of years. The columns and carving, as well as the dramatic lighting, make it a beautiful and eerie section to see. This family was baking bread over a fire outside of a cave on the Antik Road (old road) down a hill in the town of Guzelyurt. They were so friendly and we stopped and ate a piece of their bread–a delicious flatbread (pide) that they were eating plain and warm from the fire. Pide is popular in Turkey, and often cooked over an open energy on a hot, convex piece of metal, but it can also be made in a large oven (think of America’s large brick oven pizza establishments). Our “hometown” in Turkey had a large bakery that served, indeed,as a community oven and produced hundreds or thousands of pide each day. Pide is often embelished with meats or cheese and spices. Plain pide is also good for scooping up mezes (appetizers). It’s possibly my favorite place in Turkey, and, besides the sightseeing and natural beauty of the area, it also offered many opportunities to shop for carpets in an environment that was less rushed than Istanbul. Here, carpet dealers provide for you, play with your children and dogs, and eagerly teach you about the various types of carpets and regional styles they have on offer. And, if you have enough time in Cappadocia, one last recommendation: smite an underground city. These cities are ancient rabbit warrens underground, complete with ventilation shafts and stones that can be rolled to block entrance into any given underpass–they are advanced and well planned, but may date back to the Bronze Age, and were certainly... As feats of ancient engineering, these underground cities are astonishing. I’ve covered a lot of lees at a crazy quick clip here–but it’s a fuzzy Monday, so that’ll have to do until I’ve downed considerably more coffee. Gule, gule. (“Bye, bye” in Turkish).Source: Travels and Tomes: One Expat's Amblings and Ramblings
Home & Outdoor
These commercial pizza ovens have a wider oven opening for maximum versatility. Bake any kind of frozen pizza - from thin crust to rising crust or prepare popular frozen snacks and single serve entrees. With a tough stainless steel exterior and durable Calrod heating elements, this industrial pizza oven provides consistent and even heating throughout. Easy to use and easy to clean, this unit gives you adjustable temperature control, a 30-minute timer and a removable crumb tray with non-stick finish. With stand-offs on three sides and plenty of heat vents, you'll have proper ventilation for years of high-volume use. Features: High quality brushed stainless steel exterior - 22 gauge, 430 grade. Durable Calrod heating elements for even heating performance throughout. Adjustable Temperature Control - 150?F to 450?F. Heavy-duty chrome plated baking rack. Removable, stamped aluminized steel crumb tray with non-stick finish. Stand-offs on three sides (back and two sides) and heat release vents for proper ventilation. Skid-resistant feet. UL Safety and NSF Approved. Convenient, space saving flip-up handle. Easy to set 30-minute timer. Wider oven opening (13.5W x 3H) provides more versatility than standard pizza ovens. Bakes all types of frozen pizza - thin crust, regular crust, and rising crust as well as frozen snack foods and single serve entr?es. Specs: Dimensions (Handle down): 22W x 7 1/2H x 20D. Dimensions (Handle up): 17 1/2W x 9 3/4H x 20D. Electrical Information: Equipped with 60 three wire grounded cord with a standard three-pronged male plug. Electrical Specifications: 120V / 1450 Watts / 12.1 Amps. Unit Weight: 18 lb. Manufacturer's Warranty: One Year Replacement Warranty.
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XXC1149: Features: -Includes wood chip box to add smoky flavor. -Material: 304 Stainelss steel. -Cook up to 16 pizza with the included pizza stone. -Tool accessory drawer. Product Type: -Propane. Material: -Stainless Steel. Color: -Stainless. Dimensions: Overall Height - Top to Bottom: -58.5 Inches. Overall Width - Side to Side: -51.25 Inches. Overall Depth - Front to Back: -25.5 Inches. Overall Product Weight: -154 Pounds. Cooking Area Height - Top to Bottom: -13.5 Inches. Cooking Area Width - Side to Side: -20 Inches. Cooking Area Depth - Front to Back: -17 Inches.
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