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Professional Series Stainless and Enamel Steel Pizza Oven Box with 3 Heat Options

by Bakerstone
Price: $199.99 Buy Now

Features:
  • Raises temperature of outdoor grills to that of a real wood burning oven.
  • Bakes pizza, cookies and breads. Roasts meats, fish and vegetables.
  • Designed to cook using conductive, convective and radiant heat

Product description

Professional Series Stainless and Enamel Steel Pizza Oven Box with 3 Heat Options. The BakerStone Professional Series Oven fits on most 3 burner and larger gas grills and most full size charcoal grills. Designed with Commercial Grade Stainless Steel and heavy gauge enameled steel, the combination of style and durability will keep you looking great and baking gourmet foods on your grill for years to come. Customer assembly required. Features: Bakes pizza, cookies and breads. Roasts meats, fish and vegetables. Raises temperature of outdoor grills to that of a real wood burning oven. Designed to cook using conductive, convective and radiant heat Materials: Enameled steel, Stainless steel, Ceramic stone Dimensions: 23.2"L x 16.3"W x 6.4"H Weight: 29.5 lbs



Cuisinart CPS-445 Pizza Grilling Set

by The Fulham Group
List price: $39.99 Price: $14.80 Buy Now

Features:
  • Folding handle stainless pizza peel stores easily
  • Cut and serve pizza quickly
  • Set includes 13" Pizza Stone; Folding Pizza Peel and Pizza Cutter

Product description

Cuisinart Grilled Pizza Pack includes ceramic pizza stone, stainless steel pizza peel, and pizza cutter
Grilling your own pizza can be easier than you think — just make sure you have the right tools.
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Serve up your own delicious, home-cooked pizza with the 3-piece Cuisinart Grilled Pizza Pack
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Pizza on Your Patio

Who can resist a fresh, grill-fired pizza? Now you can fire one up with ease using the Cuisinart Grilled Pizza Pack. This three-piece set provides all the tools you need to grill your own delicious, home-cooked pizza: your very own pizza stone, pizza peel, and pizza cutter. Toss the pizza stone on your grill and in about 15 minutes you'll be ready to turn out professional-looking grilled pizzas right at home. The large stainless steel pizza peel makes it easy to remove and maneuver your pizzas right off the grill, while our pizza cutter will have you enjoying clean-cut slices in a flash. Cooking pizzas on the grill can be much easier than you think with the right tools.

Pizza Stone

The ultimate pizza cooking companion. Using a pizza stone is the best way to distribute heat evenly while cooking a pizza on the grill. The ceramic stone absorbs the heat from the burners and retains it effectively, evenly cooking your pizza without burning your crust. This pizza stone measures 13 inches in diameter and is 7/16-inch thick.

Pizza Peel

The pizza peel is another invaluable tool for grilling up home-cooked pizza. You can build your pizza on the peel, slide it off onto the pizza stone for cooking, turn or rotate it as needed, and finally remove your pizza when done. Our pizza peel has an ultra-thin stainless steel surface to make it as easy as possible to get under your cooking pizza and maneuver it as you need. It also features an aggressive back stop to keep the pizza secure and stable while in use, as well as a silicone folding handle for comfortable use and simple storage. The peel surface measures 9.5 by 10.5 inches, while the handle extends another 11 inches.

Pizza Cutter

I know it's tempting to eat the whole thing, but we all know pizza is even better when shared. This set includes a simple, easy-to-use pizza cutter to slice up that tasty pie into sharable slices. This pizza cutter has a 2.75-inch wheel and measures 7.5 inches long.

Innovative Culinary Tools Are the Cuisinart Signature

Julia Child let people in on the Cuisinart secret, and so did James Beard. They were among the first culinary experts to hail the food processor as a revolutionary kitchen appliance when it was introduced to America in 1973 by the late Cuisinart founder, Carl Sontheimer. They saw the food processor as a quick and easy way to make fine food and healthy dishes.

Today that legacy is alive and well — Cuisinart is a universally recognized name, endorsed by culinary connoisseurs such as Jacques Pépin and Hubert Keller, and remaining actively engaged in culinary education, including sponsoring such projects as Four-Star Chef Eric Ripert's popular public television cooking series Avec Eric. In addition, Cuisinart has a long-standing history of receiving prestigious design awards for a wide range of items. But the prestigious Cuisinart brand is not limited to food processors — plugged or unplugged, nobody covers the modern chef like Cuisinart.

Cuisinart is a full-service culinary resource with a wide array of products, preferred by chefs and favored by consumers. Now you can take the world famous Cuisinart brand to your patio, lawn, tailgate, or campsite with our comprehensive line of outdoor grilling products also available on Amazon. Visit the Cuisinart Outdoor Grilling brand page on Amazon to see our full selection of grills and grilling tools, and make your next barbeque, picnic, or backyard cookout a smashing success.

Savor the flavor, grill connoisseurs — come and taste the Cuisinart difference today.

Picture-Perfect Pizza Recipe - Ingredients

Already salivating over that Grilled Feta & Basil Pizza in the picture? It's easier to make than you would think. Just gather these ingredients and follow the simple instructions below...

  • 1 16-Ounce loaf of pizza dough
  • 2 sliced tomatoes
  • 1/2 Cup crumbled feta cheese
  • 1 diced garlic clove
  • Olive oil
  • 1 Teaspoon salt
  • 1/2 Cup chopped fresh basil
  • 1/2 Teaspoon black pepper
  • Olives (optional)

Picture-Perfect Pizza Recipe — Directions
  • STEP #1 — Place the pizza stone on the grill and turn the burners to high. Close the grill and let the environment pre-heat. Ideally you want your stone to be about 400 to 500 degrees F and the air to be 550 to 700 degrees F. This should take at least 10 minutes depending on your grill.

  • STEP #2 — Prep your working surface with a little cornmeal or flour to prevent sticking. Get your pizza ready for grilling by stretching the dough into desired shape and placing on your coated working surface or your pizza peel. Note: pizza dough is very hard to stretch when cold so it's best to set out of the fridge for a few hours before going to work.

  • STEP #3 — Place your sliced tomatoes evenly over the pizza surface and lightly drizzle some olive oil over them. Mix the feta, garlic, olives, salt, basil and black pepper in a bowl and spread evenly over the tomatoes.

  • STEP #4 — Add some cornmeal to your pizza stone to help prevent sticking.

  • STEP #5 — Slide your pizza onto the stone.

  • STEP #6 — Close the lid and let it grill. If you've reached the proper temperature pizza can cook in as little as 3 minutes. If your temp is lower (around 500 degrees - 550 degrees F) it will take about 7 to 10 minutes to properly cook. Give it a check every 2 to 3 minutes, but try not to lose air temperature as you work. If the pizza is cooking unevenly simply grab your peel and give it a quarter or half turn on the stone.

  • STEP #7 — Once your dough has lightly browned and your cheese has melted you can use your peel to remove the pizza and slice it up into tasty slices.

  • STEP #8 — You can go right back to work and keep the pizza coming or shut it down after one pie, but ALWAYS allow the stone to cool completely before removing from the grill








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Cooking: What you prerequisite to know

I started cooking at some single out in college. For the first few years, I survived on the typical college food: frozen pizza, spaghetti, ramen, takeout, and campus food. I realized that I needed more of a lifestyle become and started exercising and cooking. It took me awhile to really “get” cooking. I had to call my parents all the time for simple questions like “how long do you cook chicken. ) I don’t weigh I really exceled with cooking until graduate school after a few years of experience. This past year has offered lots of opportunity for growth because cooking is something Adam and I relationship over. Our earliest conversations centered on cooking. Many of my friends claim to be “awful” cooks. I think the issue is many lack confidence. Cardinal of all, cooking is truly an art. You should think of recipes as guidelines, not rules. Don’t stress if you add a garlic clove too many to a dish (I’m biased to garlic). If a recipe tells you to cook something in the oven for 25 minutes but it looks done after 20, no worries. Ovens cook differently. In days gone by you use your oven enough, you’ll learn its quirks. Choose recipes you think you’ll really enjoy. Don’t cook something just because the recipe looks extra simple. I acknowledge my students all the time that it is much easier to write about something that interests them. Cooking works the same way. The first dish I cooked for Adam was buffalo chicken stuffed peppers. I chose the dish because it sounded conjecture enough and wasn’t your run of the mill meal. But the truth is, I don’t even really like stuffed peppers (and neither does he. Ha. ). I was stressing the entire time I was cooking. I undeniably should have gone with a Mexican dish or baked chicken. Use Pinterest for recipes. Pinterest is my best friend when it comes to cooking. Don’t be afraid of screwing up. If something turns out shoddily, so what. I can’t tell you how many dishes I’ve cooked that turned out badly. Give yourself constructive criticism by identifying exactly what you messed up on but don’t be too hard on yourself. Sometimes you can blame the programme if it skips a step. Some common spices you’ll use for baking are salt, pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, paprika, cumin, chili crush, oregano, parsley, and rosemary. You may want to consider some spices specifically labeled for chicken or beef too. Garlic is essential. But it is so worth the money and just the same from time to time to buy the jar of minced garlic. It takes forever to mince a garlic clove and the smell will stay on your fingers forever. Buy staple items in bulk when they go on sale including chicken stock, bread crumbs, soy sauce, and whatever other types of sauces you like. If you are on a strict budget like me, go for the frozen meats and veggies. Sure, I’d liking to buy fresh and organic all the time but my paycheck doesn’t allow it. The bag of frozen chicken tastes just as good. Just make sure you remember to thaw it out before use. Adam and I go overboard plan each week. We establish what we want to cook (we usually aim for a variety of meals) and make a list of everything we need. This allows us to know in further whether or not something needs to be marinated or put in a slow cooker. Speaking of which, the slow cooker (or crockpot) is your BEST FRIEND. If you don’t have one, get one. I got mine from Goodwill for like $5. Crockpot recipes are natural to find, easy to follow, and can be prepared in advance. We use the crockpot at least once a week. It’s especially useful for cooking soups. Don’t overwhelm yourself. A mistake Adam and I made over the last year was getting in over our heads with cooking a main dish and elaborate side dishes. It’s better to focus on one thing and have an amazing result that swerve off your attention to 3 or 4 things and have a subpar meal. Rice is always good and can be easily seasoned and adapted to main dishes. It’s also really cheap. Frozen veggies are believable and can be microwaved or sautéed. Don’t underestimate the power of fresh fruit too. Pay attention to serving sizes. Most recipes are for 4-8 people. Adam and I cast-off to follow recipes according to serving sizes and end up with lots of leftovers. That’s great if you are only cooking a few times per week but it is wasteful if you cook every night like we do. We’ve in the end learned.

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The Art of Wood Fired Cooking

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The Art of Wood-Fired Cooking begins with detailed instructional information on the ins and outs of the wood-burning oven. With Cook, teacher, and entrepreneur Andrea Mugnaini's reassuring advice and careful instruction, it's easy to create and cook mouthwatering wood-fired dishes. Mugnaini has spent over 20 years perfecting the craft of wood-fired cooking. She started Mugnaini Imports in 1989 to bring the Italian style of cooking and living to America through wood-fired, pizza-oven sales. A pioneer of the industry, she founded the first cooking school dedicated to wood-fired cooking. When she is not teaching or in the office, Mugnaini entertains crowds in the Sonoma Wine Country with her live, interactive cooking events. Now she shares the methods she has been teaching through her classes, sharing delicious recipes for pizzas, breads, fish, poultry, meats, vegetables, pastas, and desserts.

$20.72

The Art of Wood Fired Cooking

Books


The Art of Wood-Fired Cooking begins with detailed instructional information on the ins and outs of the wood-burning oven. With Cook, teacher, and entrepreneur Andrea Mugnaini's reassuring advice and careful instruction, it's easy to create and cook mouthwatering wood-fired dishes. Mugnaini has spent over 20 years perfecting the craft of wood-fired cooking. She started Mugnaini Imports in 1989 to bring the Italian style of cooking and living to America through wood-fired, pizza-oven sales. A pioneer of the industry, she founded the first cooking school dedicated to wood-fired cooking. When she is not teaching or in the office, Mugnaini entertains crowds in the Sonoma Wine Country with her live, interactive cooking events. Now she shares the methods she has been teaching through her classes, sharing delicious recipes for pizzas, breads, fish, poultry, meats, vegetables, pastas, and desserts.

$20.72

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Able and Easy Vegetarian Quiche
Able and Easy Vegetarian Quiche
This is a vivacious 'n dirty quiche recipe. The only thing you NEED in a quiche are the crust and eggs. Everything else is optional, and almost anything can go into one. Mix and match ingredients to your insulting taste :) Half of the ingredients were generously donated by Mom. Who is awesome. Today's Ingredients: "egg product" ie egg whites in a box because they were on sale! A premade crust from the freezer sample Roma tomato (just used one) 1 stalk green onion Some Hamish bits (vegetarian bacobits) Dried spinach flakes (entirely optional) Some shredded cheese Directions: * Pour the egg into the frozen crust. If you don't have egg whites, just crack some eggs and stir them up. Use enough to fill to the top of the crust, but don't overfill! It'll swell some while cooking. * Stir in a few spoonfuls of hamish bits into the egg. You can include any seasonings you want but go light on them - you don't want to despatch the egg flavor too! I included a...
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cooking two pizzas in our garden oven
cooking two pizzas in our garden oven
We grass on these pizza ovens in our shop, so though it best to take one home and test it. A successful and tasty test. For sale at www.orionheating.co.uk/pizza_oven.html
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Pizza Oven
Pizza Oven
Seen at the Fremont Sunday Stock Exchange, just north of downtown Seattle.
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