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Old 03-10-2007, 09:49 PM
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James....I'd already posted in the oven photo's before I saw your new commercial ovens thread...

,,,,but yesterday I took these pictures of a double oven setup at our favorite restaurant....so it belongs in commercial ovens don't you think.

I think they were 1.5 meter ovens with a fixed door on hinges. They use pine branches to fire them!

3 chimneys are for the two ovens which apparently vent the hood setup in front.......note smoke staining on ovens. The other extractor unit in the back vents a massive grilling setup.

Ovens do Cocas (small pizza appetizers), Breads, and Roast meats (Lamb, Duck, Rabbit) and their Espincat (Peppers, Eggplant, Onion)

I will post the duck on favorite restaruants!
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Old 03-11-2007, 04:20 AM
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Hey Jim,

It would be interesting to see what temperatures they cook at, and if they keep the two at different temperatures for different dishes. Next time you are there, you can use your infrared to see what they are doing. The chef will probably (hopefully?) think it's fun seeing your infrared test his oven.

Whadya think?
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Old 03-11-2007, 07:32 AM
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One thing. Jim, did you see these. A Mano in NJ.
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Old 03-11-2007, 10:39 AM
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James, when we were there a while ago we saw them throwing in massive loads of dough at the end of the afternoon meal session....making bread for the evening meal or the next day.....so I think they are roasting ovens. They slice it up to serve and I've noticed the bottom cut off too when it was burnt!

I can ask more questions next time....it was fun!
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It sounds great. Was this weekend lunch? Or dinner? I am having visions of a leisurely Sunday lunch in the sun with loads of different courses and lots of Vino Tinto.
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Hi, new to this forum am wanting to build a 5 or 6 foot internal variation to the Pompeii oven can anyone help with plans or dome sizes its a commercial oven
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