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BakerStone O-AHXXX-O-000 Pizza Oven Box
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- Simply place on a grill and bake gourmet pizza in 2-4 minutes
- Bakes pizza, breads. Roasts meats, vegetables and fish
- Converts most 3 burner and larger gas grills as well as large charcoal grills into a gourmet pizza oven
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- Set the burners to high and preheat for around 20 min, once the needle reaches the desired temperature you're ready to bake
- Easy to read icons display the temperature range for oven style baking and extreme wood-fired temperatures
- Double wall ceiling for optimal heat retention for baking breads and cookies, or roasting meat and vegetables
- Portable box with handles sits on racks of most 3-burner and larger grills
Bakerstone Pizza Oven
The Pizza Oven Box's patent pending design raises the temperature of outdoor grills to that of a real wood burning pizza oven. Unmatched baking performance is achieved by combining convective, conductive and radiant heat to quickly and evenly bake a variety of foods. The Pizza Oven Box is capable of reaching temperatures of 600 ᵒF to 800 ᵒF and baking gourmet pizzas in 2 to 4 minutes, searing and roasting steakhouse quality meats and vegetables, and baking a variety of cookies and desserts.
- Converts most 3-burner and larger gas grills into a gourmet pizza oven
- Bakes pizza, breads and cookies, roasts meat and vegetables, cooks fish
- Create pizzeria quality pizzas in 2-4 min, performance may vary depending upon grill performance, environmental conditions and other factors
The Baker Stone Pizza Oven Box's patent pending design raises the temperature of outdoor grills to that of a real wood burning pizza oven. Unmatched baking and cooking performance is achieved by combining a stone baking chamber with an enameled steel housing, creating a unique air flow system which enhances convective, conductive and radiant heat in and around the cooking chamber.
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I tried a few run-through's before the big event and here are a couple of my particular tips:
1. Used a Charglow, 4-burner gas grill.
2. Removed angled directional heating vents prior to heating. (Also cleaned out all the burner holes. Tedious, but long overdue.)
3. Turned on all 4 burners to medium-low (not high), closed lid (Yes, even though this is not recommended) and let it preheat for about 30 minutes.
4. The temperature was perfect. Then I opened the lid and began cooking. Kept the lid open after that. Our grill did fine with the lid closed for the preheating, but I do understand the caution of overheating. I just figure grills are designed to get hot and still perform.
5. Pizzas were beautifully baked between 4-5 minutes each. Yes, you MUST turn them every minute. Back of the oven is where the good blistering happens.
One final note, unrelated to the BakerStone. If you don't want to make your own dough, nearly every pizza parlor --whether chain or independent--will sell you balls of raw dough. I pay between $2-3 for a one pound ball at our local pizzeria. I cut each ball in half, work it around to smooth it out and absorb whatever flour is on the outside, cover it with saran wrap, let it rest a spell, and then proceed. Best to let it come to room temp before baking if it's cold. Can sit covered in plastic wrap on the counter for quite some time. These half pound sizes are a perfect fit for the BakerStone.
For 8 adults and 3 children under 7, I used 5 balls of dough and 2 pounds of mozzarella cheese. Don't recommend those bags of pre-shredded cheese. They are tasteless. I used one ball of whole milk mozzarella and one ball of part skim. Shredded it on a hand grater --a crummy chore but essential, I think--and mixed them together. Lovely combo. Trader Joe's sells a smoked mozzarella that's a wonderful change up. Try some par-cooked broccolini on it or very thinly sliced Meyer lemons.
Bon appetit everyone and if you are considering a pizza oven, this has my highest recommendation.
1) You HAVE to get it hot enough. A 4 or 5 burner outdoor grill does the trick. Anything else and it will take forever/wont work.
2) You HAVE to use cornmeal. If you dont, you will have a mess on your hands.
Yes, it takes about 30 mins to warm up, longer than the manufacturer says. Each pizza takes about 4 mins to cook. The first time I didnt use cornmeal and it I had to toss the pizza in the trash. Since then never did it without cornmeal and it turns out perfect. I bought this from Kickstarter and now its sold on Amazon, BBB, etc. Going to buy a second one just in case they stop selling it. I would highly recommend it.My pizzas have never turned out better as they have with the bakerstone.
1) Looks gorgeous
2) Cooks quickly and evenly
3) Good weight
4) Nice and big on the inside as well as on the outside
5) Assembly was quick
6) Looks in water / air into crust. Moist and crunchy crust. Easily the best pizzas you will ever make.
1) Takes too long to get hot
2) Heat dissipates quickly
3) Tough to clean on the inside (build up of cornmeal, dropped toppings, etc.)
Ill try to post some pictures.
Updated as of: 09/05/2014
I have now used this grill over 50 times. Its gets better and easier every time I use it. So far this summer I have gone through 3 tanks of gas because of the regular use of the pizza oven. I used to clean and take the oven inside after every use. Now I just leave it outside (covered). It has held up remarkably well. No rust at all, the stones seem to be holding up well, no cracking or breaking that i can see. The pain on the sides of the oven has bubbled a but, but not sure if thats due to the quality of the paint or of the oil flames that flare up on the grill and scorch the paint. Its handled the abuse and damage I dish i pretty well. Still havent gotten a second one, but I definitely will...I would highly recommend this product. I love pizza and making pizza dough and fresh pizza is a blast. Good pizza dough consistency is a science not an art. Mix the ingredients in the proper order at the right time. Using this oven I have done parties for over 50 ppl and it turns out 12-14 pizzas in less than an hour. The keys still remain the same. You must be patient in getting the grill hot (I have an old, low BTU grill from target and it takes about 40 mins to heat). On a hot sunny day with no wind, it takes about 25/30 mins to heat up. And you have to be liberal in the use of your cornmeal. Make sure you use a nice wood pizza peel to get the pizza in the oven and a nice metal one to move it around and take it out. If you let the pizza sit too long on the peel, the cornmeal goes inside the dough and its tough to slide off. So have fun but be quick about it. Good luck! Ill post another update in a few more months.
Decided to do another update because of a question that was asked. Its now coming up on 2+ years. Still works great. Still LOVE making pizza in it. No regrets.
I had a 3 burner propane grill I rarely used anymore anyhow (mostly use a Traeger), so this seemed like a pretty inexpensive (relatively speaking) alternative, and would give me use of the grill again. This unit fit perfectly into my Grand Cafe grill (From Costco about 5-6 years ago). You have to remove the back top warming wrack, but when done you are then able to close the grill cover over the device when finished.
Pros: Pretty well built housing with thick ceramic plates. Warms up to temp quickly. Cooks a pizza in 2 to 4 minutes. At around $120, the price is not bad compared to a large pizza oven, or even the material cost to build your own. Come's with a carry case!
Cons: Because the way it is built to work on a propane grill, has an opening in the back to allow gas heat to travel up and through the device...which means the back of the pizza will cook faster; you'll need to rotate it with a narrow pizza spatula to get even cooking. Does not come assembled.