Traditional Pizza Oven

Stouffers French Bread Deluxe Pizza, 12.375 Ounce -- 10 per case.

by Stouffers
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Stouffers French Bread Deluxe Pizza, 12.375 Ounce -- 10 per case. Made W/Real 100% Cheese Stouffers French Bread Pizza Is Made With The Highest Quality Ingredients. We Use Traditional Oven Baked French Bread. Our Classic Pizza Sauce Is Made from Vine-Ripened Tomatoes, Topped With Italian Sausage, Seasoned Pepperoni, Red & Green Red Peppers & 100% Real Cheese.Ingredients French Bread (Bleached Enriched Flour [Wheat Flour, Malted Barley Flour, Niacin, Reduced Iron, Thiamin Mononitrate, Riboflavin, Folic Acid], Water, Yeast, Vital Wheat Gluten, Contains 2% Or Less of The Following: High Fructose Corn Syrup, Sugar, Acetic Acid, Lactic Acid, Malt, Partially Hydrogenated Soybean and/Or Cottonseed and/Or Canola Oil, Salt, Monocalcium Phosphate, Ammonium Sulfate, Calcium Propionate [A Preservative], Tomato Puree (Water, Tomato Paste), Mozzarella Cheese (Cultured Milk, Salt, Enzymes), Water, Cooked Italian Sausage (Pork, Water, Spices, Salt, Sugar, Flavorings, Tbhq, Bht, Citric Aid), Pepperoni (Pork and Beef, Salt, Water, Spices, Dextrose, Lactic Acid Starter Culture, Flavoring, Oleoresin of Paprika, Sodium Nitrite, Bht, Tbhq, Citric Acid), Margarine (Partially Hydrogenated Soybean Oil, Water, Salt, Whey, Soy Lecithin, Vegetable Mono and Diglycerides, Artificial Flavor, Beta Carotene Color, Vitamin A Palmitate Added), Green Peppers, Red Peppers, Mushrooms, Onions, Modified Cornstarch, Canola Oil, Sugar, Salt, Spices, Dehydrated Onions, Dehydrated Garlic, Tomato Flavor (Salt, Tomato Paste and Flavoring), Flavors, Sodium Citrate, Smoke Flavoring, Annatto Coloring.

From the Wood-Fired Oven: New and Traditional Techniques for Cooking and Baking with Fire

by Chelsea Green Publishing
List price: $44.95 Price: $30.74 Buy Now

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In the past twenty years, interest in wood-fired ovens has increased dramatically in the United States and abroad, but most books focus on how to bake bread or pizza in an oven. From the Wood-Fired Oven offers many more techniques for home and artisan bakers―from baking bread and making pizza to recipes on how to get as much use as possible out of a single oven firing, from the first live-fire roasting to drying wood for the next fire.

From the Wood-Fired Oven offers a new take on traditional techniques for professional bakers, but is simple enough to inspire any nonprofessional baking enthusiast. Leading baker and instructor Richard Miscovich wants people to use their ovens to fulfill the goal of maximum heat utilization. Readers will find methods and techniques for cooking and baking in a wood-fired oven in the order of the appropriate temperature window. What comes first―pizza, or pastry? Roasted vegetables or a braised pork loin? Clarified butter or beef jerky? In addition to an extensive section of delicious formulas for many types of bread, readers will find chapters on:

•    Making pizza and other live-fire flatbreads;
•    Roasting fish and meats;
•    Grilling, steaming, braising, and frying;
•    Baking pastry and other recipes beyond breads;
•    Rendering animal fats and clarifying butter;
•    Food dehydration and infusing oils;
•    And myriad other ways to use the oven's residual heat.

Appendices include oven-design recommendations, a sample oven temperature log, Richard's baker's percentages, proper care of a sourdough starter, and more. . . .

From the Wood Fired Oven is more than a cookbook; it reminds the reader of how a wood-fired oven (and fire, by extension) draws people together and bestows a sense of comfort and fellowship, very real human needs, especially in uncertain times. Indeed, cooking and baking from a wood-fired oven is a basic part of a resilient lifestyle, and a perfect example of valuable traditional skills being put to use in modern times.

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Trattoria Grappolo

Trattoria Grappolo

Published by Gibbs Smith 2007

ISBN 1423602153,9781423602156
224 pages

A prized garnering of delicious, simple-to-prepare recipes from one of Central California's most venerated restaurants is featured in a collection of authentic Italian dishes--including antipasto, salads, soups, breads, pizzas, pastas, power supply courses, and desserts--that also includes suggested wine pairings.

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TIP OF THE DAY: Bake Irish Soda Bread

Having published a method for Irish soda muffins for St. Patrick’s Day, we hadn’t planned to feature Irish soda bread this year. Then, we received this recipe from The Baker Chick and realized how much we wanted to hurry into a warm loaf of soda bread and slather it with Kerrygold butter from Ireland. So we bumped our previously scheduled Tip Of The Day for this suggestion: Bake a loaf of Irish soda bread. (We can fabricate a joyous meal of great bread and butter. Traditional Irish soda bread, the recipe below, has just four ingredients: flour, baking soda, soused and buttermilk. Other recipes add butter, caraway seeds, chocolate, eggs, orange peel or zest, raisins and/or sugar. The style of soda bread we have in the U. S. is American-style, developed by Irish immigrants with butter, sugar and raisins. We adapted the recipe to meet in the middle: no butter or egg, but a bit of raisins and caraway. Procedure: TRADITIONAL IRISH SODA BREAD. 1 pound (3-1/2 cups) unbleached all-purpose flour. more as needed 3/4 teaspoon baking soda 1 teaspoon marinate 1-1/2 to 1-3/4 cups buttermilk. We couldn’t help ourselves: We added these optional, non-traditional ingredients:. 1/2 cup raisins, sultanas or dried cherries, currants or cranberries 1 tablespoon caraway seeds. But in the label of tradition, we held back on the butter, egg and sugar. PREHEAT the oven to 450°F. 2. STIR together the flour, salt and baking soda in a large mixing roll. Make a well in the middle of the mixture and pour in 1 1/2 cups of the buttermilk. You want the dough to be soft, so don’t over-mix it. Add more buttermilk if needed to get the dough to come together. Occur the dough onto a floured surface and give it just a few kneads (more will result in a tougher crumb). Transfer to a cookie sheet or pizza stone and bake for 15 minutes. Downgrade the heat to 400°F and bake for another 20-25 minutes, or until the crust is golden, and the bread sounds hollow when you tap it. . THE HISTORY OF IRISH SODA BREAD. Baking soda, called bread soda in Ireland, was invented in the at the crack 1800s. In those days most people didn’t have an oven—they cooked in a fireplace over coals or a peat fire (called turf fire in Ireland). They placed the dough in a lidded mould-iron pot which went right on top of the fire. In County Donegal and County Leitrim, there was a tradition of adding caraway seeds to bread. Immigrants brought that MO to the U. S. In America, the recipe evolved to include butter, eggs, raisins and sugar—ingredients which frugal housewives in Ireland wouldn’t have thought to add to the dough. Today, the soda bread modus operandi options include:. White soda bread: all-purpose flour, baking soda, salt, buttermilk and optional caraway seeds. Brown soda bread, also a traditional means that substitutes whole wheat flour for part or all or all of the white flour. Irish soda bread with raisins and caraway, the classic Irish-American rendering also made with sugar, butter, and eggs. Numerous modern recipes, from healthier variations of whole grains, flax and sunflower seeds to walnut soda bread to oat soda bread with browned butter, rosemary and glowering pepper. Check out these and other recipes here. FOOD TRIVIA: The cross cut into the top of the loaf before baking allows the heat to penetrate into the thickest part of the bread.

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HAMILTON BEACH 31100 Countertop Oven with Convection and Rotisserie
HAMILTON BEACH 31100 Countertop Oven with Convection and Rotisserie

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Maximum versatility - including rotisserie. Extra-large capacity - fits two 12? pizzas, two 9" x 13" casseroles, or two cake pans. Revolving rotisserie - meat self-bastes as it turns - fits a 5 lb. chicken. Convection setting bakes faster and more evenly than traditional oven. Bake and broil settings with 2 hour timer. Includes 2 cooking racks, 2 baking pans, broiler rack and rotisserie accessories. Exterior Dimensions: 20.75"L - 12.5"H - 17"W


Hamilton Beach 22708H Toastation Toaster & Oven, 2 Slice, Black
Hamilton Beach 22708H Toastation Toaster & Oven, 2 Slice, Black

Home & Outdoor

Highlights: Color: Black Compact 2 in 1 appliance Top slot works like a traditional 2 slice toaster 1-1/2" extra wide toasting slot fits thick breads Oven fits two 16" pizza slices or two personal pizzas and two pop tarts Electronic toast shade and oven temperature controls Removable crumb tray Automatic toaster shut-off Boxed


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No antipasti. No salads. Not even silver pizza. The pies here are Neapolitan, with a heavier focus on traditional New York style, and they come out of the oven slightly charred and smoky, with a super-crisp crust and a tangy marinara made from Iacono's ...


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Traditional Italian Pizza Untried Out of the Oven
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Arezzo Ristaurante
Arezzo Ristaurante
Remarkable, traditional brick oven pizza. This is the margherita ($11.95). My brother and I shared this--I think it makes for a light meal for two, or a good appetizer for three to five. Excellent over to the crust. I also enjoyed the atmosphere and the fresh roses on each table. Arezzo Ristaurante. Edina, Minnesota.
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All topping on the pizza, before the oven
All topping on the pizza, before the oven
I am rather traditional with my pizza topping. I have a home made tomato sauce, cheese, ham, mushrooms and some oregano at the top. The result was perfect, but as usual I forgot to take a pic of the baked pizza....
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