During the month of October, also known as National Pizza Month, Danver will be featuring blogs on different appliances that can be used to cook pizza – outdoors! We hope these posts will bring some creativity (and deliciousness) to your outdoor kitchen experience.
Let’s start with the obvious and most basic of pizza cooking methods with the Tuscan Chef Wood Fired Pizza Oven. Perfect for backyard chefs seeking to roast and bake a variety of dishes, this wood fired pizza oven will match the interior kitchen oven by cooking foods to perfection while imparting smoky flavors to enhance the outdoor culinary experience. Danver offers three sized Tuscan Chef Ovens – ranging from 23” to 32” high and 20” to 45” wide, allowing it to fit within your outdoor kitchen layout. Aside from cooking pizzas, this oven provides baking, roasting and smoking functions that achieve a healthy, delicious and unique occasion. With just 5 or 6 small logs, the oven will go from 0 to 200 degrees in just 20 minutes, allowing you to cook meats, roasts, and casserole dishes – without having to clean the grease inside the oven because it’ll burn off in the oven’s hearth. If that doesn’t sell you, we’re not sure what will!
Unlike stone pizza ovens where food and fire are on the same level, this oven features two chambers to separate the burner box from the cooking area, and a firebrick liner on which pizza and cooking pans are able to be placed directly for baking. A hollow wall on both sides of the oven allows smoke to travel from the fire chamber up and down onto the food, transmitting a rich, smoky flavor. Flavored wood chips may also be added to the fire to provide different flavors for different dishes.
This pizza oven is sure to be a hit for your family and friends. If you would like more information on how you can include this wood fired pizza oven in your outdoor kitchen, give our sales team a call – we’re happy to help!
Now go out and enjoy some pizza, you know we are!
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