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Fish Wheels 04-01-2010 03:04 PM

Pizza Stone Oven
 
I cooked some pizza last night, some extra ingredients being caraway, sesame, and poppy seeds. Also fresh ground whole wheat, plus bread flour.

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Here is the bottom view.
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It tasted good, second pizza was crispy with chewy centre. The toppings where requested by my son.

Rod

here is the oven.
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Fish Wheels 04-16-2010 09:55 AM

Re: Pizza Stone Oven
 
Experimented with some pizza stones in the barbecue.

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The bricks I used where very warm hours after they where heated. I wish I had a Point-and-shoot infrared thermometer to check the various temperatures. My first test pizza got burned on the bottom.

All in all it was a good experiment. A little closer to a pizza oven that I'm not yet able to build :(

Rod

Fish Wheels 04-18-2010 02:36 PM

Re: Pizza Stone Oven
 
Continued Pizza Stone experiment.

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The loaf had a burned bottom. The pizza was good but it wasn't a fast cooking pizza, about 8 minutes.

Conclusions... I still want a dome oven.

Rod


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