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Wood fired oven

Postby markd » 30 Mar 2015, 09:36

Got one of these on route, can't wait for some pizza's and other goodies...

http://www.impexfire.com/en/products/wo ... ack-detail

Will update with pictures once up and running. :D
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby JEC » 30 Mar 2015, 13:57

Looks good. I'm tempted tough choice between that and a MiniMax. I don't need either but want them both :shock:
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby TheMeatThief » 30 Mar 2015, 16:40

They look great, Although I was in The Range hypermarket store and through all the junk they do sell I did manage to see this: http://www.lahacienda.co.uk/products/ba ... a-oven-box

It comes in both 12" and 14" and really would like to know if anyone had used anything like this before, With our tiny garden area a full pizza oven would not be practical and currently use the stone bases in the oven to cook them, but nothing beats a wood fired oven..

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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby markd » 30 Mar 2015, 17:07

I use a stone on the BBQ at the moment and get decent results, I agree JEC I probably don't need the oven either but....... I saw it and it's shiny and I'm weak. :lol:
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby markd » 10 Apr 2015, 17:08

Well it's here and had it's curing burns done, first Pizza's fired in it Yesterday, awesome!!
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby Verminskti » 15 Apr 2015, 07:56

If you do bread please put it on a rack when done not in a basket. Otherwise you risk a soggy bottom!
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby markd » 15 Apr 2015, 18:40

I shall follow your advice to the letter thank you, I most certainly don't want a soggy bottom. :lol:
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby awesselbaum » 15 Apr 2015, 19:05

How long did the maximus stay hot for? do you suppose it will keep decent temps overnight for slow cooking?

Do you have any pics of your setup? have you placed it on a special table?
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Re: Wood fired oven

Postby markd » 19 Apr 2015, 20:05

After cooking Pizza's at around 500f - 600f or 260c - 315c (can quite easily get it hotter) I spread the embers out covering the entire cooking surface (which cleans it) and replace the door, it sits at a fairly steady 482f - 250c for about 3 hrs before it starts to drop, if you added more wood at intervals temps would spike slightly for a short period as the wood ignited but I imagine it would maintain the temp indefinitely. I bought the stand that goes with the oven made from wood, very sturdy and fully treated, click the link and you will see them on the site.
Tried posting pics but not got that worked out yet,
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