WTF Is A Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box?

Bakerstone Pizza Oven BoxIf you think the two major food groups are pizza and whatever-is-on-the-grill, you absolutely need a Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box! It turns your outdoor grill into an incredible pizza oven that will amaze your friends and family.

Days of raw dough in the middle and crusts that taste like cardboard are gone; you can have golden edges and a crisp crust in your own powerful pizza oven. Forget the expense and mess of a big wood fired pizza oven. Get this baby fired up and you can bake delicious pizzeria-quality pizzas in about 5 minutes.

Craft your own individual or family pizzas with everyone’s favorite dough, sauce, and toppings. Have a party and entertain guests as they each make their own pizza masterpiece!

It also cooks other foods. You can evenly roast a chicken, or bake cookies as your fans polish of their slices.

How The Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box Works

The pizza oven is a self-contained unit that sits on top of your gas or charcoal grill, transforming 450° of grill heat into a glorious, pizza-perfect 750°. It has a carefully engineered metal shell that wraps around a bakers stone oven. It uses conductive heat from the grill to the box, radiant heat from the stone to the pizza, and convective heat for even cooking throughout. Get a 14″ wide pizza paddle to move your food safely.

You will need a powerful three-burner grill or an average four-burner unit. Preheat the Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box
until it the dial at the top says it’s ready. If you have an independent way of measuring temperature you will want to wait for a good 700-750°. Depending on your grill, this can take a half an hour or so. It’s easy to just turn on your grill when the dough has risen and you start gathering your ingredients.

A little assembly is required the first time you use it, but very little maintenance is required after that.

Bakerstone Pizza Oven Box Maintenance

To clean the inside just wipe any remaining corn meal or spilled food off the pizza stone with a lightly damp cloth. If something is really stuck, you can use a plastic scraper or stiff dry brush. If you want to get hardcore on a serious mess, you can use medium grit sandpaper. Do not submerge your oven in water.

Never use soap on your pizza stone because it will absorb the flavor and transfer it to your next meal. Your bakers stone will gather color over time, and this is a good thing. Don’t worry about germs because it gets plenty hot to kill any cooties.

To maintain the painted metal exterior simply wipe any soot off with a non-abrasive cloth. To minimize soot (and maximize grill heat) start with a clean grill. The oven itself will not cause flare-ups or external mess.

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