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Cuisinart BRK-200 Brick Oven Deluxe, Stainless Steel

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  • 1700 watts of power and 500 degree F with industrial styled stainless steel housing
  • Removable baking stone to intensify brick oven cooking
  • Bake, boil, toast and convection with broiling pan and baking tray plus 2 wire racks for multi-level cooking
  • Nonstick coating covers the interior where there are no bricks, to make cleaning easy and quick
  • Tinted glass oven door with stainless steel handles and oven light
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.5 x 17.5 x 11.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 34 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000O3RK7E
  • Item model number: BRK-200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #362,715 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Cuisinart brings a classic approach to modern cooking with a revolutionary new countertop Brick Oven. Genuine bricks inside this restaurant - quality oven allow traditional brick-oven cooking in the comfort of home. Industrial styling and four cooking options, including convection bake, make this multifunctional countertop oven a valuable additional to any kitchen. 0.9 cubic feet with brick inserts permanently built into the sides of the oven

Customer Reviews

The pizza stone makes for great crust!
R. Polik
Perfect for a single person, to avoid heating your large oven.
nightphotog
So far, it is the best convection/toaster I've ever used.
TedO

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

129 of 131 people found the following review helpful By mimilulu on July 29, 2007
I purchased this beautiful toaster/convection oven to use as a second oven for entertaining/holidays and for everyday use to cook for just the two of us.

First of all, it's darned beautiful to look at. It matches my stainless appliances and looks fabulous on my counter. The controls are very easy to use. It comes with 2 racks (although you're only supposed to use one at a time) and a baking pan/broiler tray. But the best thing is that it comes with a baking stone which sits in one of the racks and the oven itself is lined with baking stone material on either side. The back of the oven has the convection fan. All non-stone surfaces are of nonstick material, which makes it a cinch to clean.

In the month I've had it, I've used this amazing appliance to bake cakes and casseroles, broil shrimp, make pizza, roast tomatoes and chickens and even toast an english muffin! It passed every test with flying colors. The oven is large enough to fit a whole chicken for roasting - and did a great job.

I'd say the weak points are that you have to turn the oven around to get the crumb tray out (a minor inconvenience) and both the crumb tray and the baking pan tend to warp when the oven is hot.

To use the baking stone, you must preheat the oven for at least 30 minutes. Not a problem for me, as I preheated while waiting for my pizza dough to rise. Worked out great.

I'm delighted to give this my highest recommendation.
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70 of 73 people found the following review helpful By W. Day on August 13, 2008
I cook a lot but there are only two of us in the house, so I was really excited to have a nice oven that wouldn't heat up the whole kitchen every time I needed to bake something. I loved this oven for the first two or three months; it cooked everything so beautifully. Then I noticed things started burning. I tried adjusting rack levels and ingredients, thinking somehow I was in fault. Finally, I decided to check the temperature of the oven. I stuck an oven thermometer inside and was shocked... the oven was set at 350, but the thermometer showed that the temperature was actually reading hotter than the max temp. on my thermometer.

This might be just this particular oven, but I'm very disappointed. I called customer service (long, long wait) and was told the only thing I could do was ship it in and pay for the shipping to get it fixed. That is not an option for us, as it would be much too expensive (it is a heavy unit). I tried to look for a way to calibrate the oven myself, but it isn't available like in a conventional oven. All it does for us now is toast the occasional bagel and take up counter space (at least it's nice looking).
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48 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Renee on September 8, 2007
I love this oven! It is the solution I have been looking for to baking bread in a stone oven, without having to heat a stone for an hour in my large convection oven. This is perfect. I've made several 2 pound loaves with wonderful crusts, and the pizzas are incredible. I use the baking tray that comes with the oven as a "peel", and shape the dough on parchment on top of the upside-down tray. Then I slide the parchment right onto the stone.
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51 of 53 people found the following review helpful By TedO on August 8, 2008
Since age 11, when I began working in the kitchen of my parents' steakhouse as an aspiring chef wannabe, I have been a big "fan" of convection cooking and have since owned several convection toaster ovens. When I was ready to buy a new one in early 2008, I did a fair amount of research and the Cuisinart BRK-200 emerged as the clear winner. So far, it is the best convection/toaster I've ever used. It costs more than most others but the quality and value is very good. It is the only oven I've found with all the features I want, especially: interior light, convection + toasting, stainless steel exterior, and large enough inside for a 12" pizza or large chicken. After using this oven for several months, I am very happy with my purchase.

PRO:
-Quiet fan during convection cooking
-Internal Light
-Simple Controls, easy & convenient to use overall
-Stable & consistent temperature, i.e. maintains set temperature well
-Looks good on the counter top
-Uses far less power than conventional oven
-Roomy interior
-Comes with a pizza stone!
-Overall quality and value for the price is good
-Easily delivers excellent cooking results

CON:
-Exterior gets very hot (but all counter top ovens have this problem)
-Silk screen printing on toast "START" button rubbed off when new
-No indication of when set temperature is reached
-Made in Communist China

NEUTRAL:
-Ease of cleaning, no better or worse than others
-Better as an oven than a toaster due to slightly uneven toasting
-Rotisserie is included but is not a feature most people want or need
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34 of 35 people found the following review helpful By L. C. Jones on August 11, 2008
Verified Purchase
I first ordered the Cuisinart BRK200 through one of Amazon's 3rd party suppliers. The oven arrived and I discovered the bottom element didn't come on. I took it up with Cuisinart - I paid to ship the one I had back to them and they quickly shipped me a new oven at their expense.

I live in a rural area and can't find good pizzas anywhere in the town close to me, so I mainly got this to cook pizzas at home. I can get a Wal-Mart Sams Choice fresh pizza, add my own toppings plus extra cheese - and I get a really good pizza with a nice pastry like crisp crust. I can also reheat cold pizza slices in the oven (always preheat for at least 20 minutes to get the brick hot) and they turn out as good as the pizza did the first time I baked it (and I always put on a little more mozarella at the second baking/reheating). For it's excellence at approximating the best pizza I could get in a good Pizza Joint - I give this oven 5 stars.

Before I purchased the BRK200 I came to Amazon and read all the reviews. Several people complained that there was not a light that indicated when the oven was preheated. Well, I say to them "Duh!" This oven operates differently than a standard oven so that kind of preheat light would not apply. The reason you preheat this oven for 20 to 30 minutes (I always preheat for 30 if doing pizza) is so the brick inlay and brick sides absorb the heat and come up to temperature along with the elements heating of the oven. Of course this process by which the bricks absorb and retain heat happens at a different rate than when the oven first reaches the temperature you set on the dial.
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