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BakerStone - Gas Stove Top Pizza Oven Box Kit

Model: OS-ABDXX-O-SSSSKU: 6188379

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Rating 4.4 out of 5 stars with 41 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A+ Build Quality, Excellent Results, Amazing Taste

    Posted
    BillnMish
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    Please read through the directions. The oven is simple enough to put together, but I could see where it might be confusing if you were to simply jump into it thinking, "I've got this!" All items are provided except the screwdriver which tightens the 4 screws holding the top/bottom portions together. Inside this top/bottom are the 4 stones which slide together to make the oven. Very simple design, minimal pieces/parts, yet has a very robust feeling to it. Extremely sturdy and well made for how "simple" it is. Also of note; be sure to treat the stones with a small amount of vegetable oil. A dab on a paper towel, wipe it around, and you're all set. I'd recommend placing the BakeStone on whatever cooking device you plan on using and allowing it to heat up prior to making your pizza(s). However, I wouldn't recommend frozen pizza. If you do plan on doing this, allow it (the frozen pizza) to warm up/thaw as the huge change in temperature between the frozen pizza and the hot plates will most certainly increase the odds of a stone eventually cracking. Once up to the 500* range (the third of three areas in the gauge on top of the unit) use the included Pizza Peel (cutting board) to slide your pie in. Be sure to turn it every 45-60 seconds with the included turner. This keeps it from sticking to the base stone as well as providing consistent heat to all 360* of the crust. Once you do one or two you'll get a feel for when your crust is ready without having to pull it all the way out and physically touch it with your fingers. Another element of this whole process that makes it very fun/rewarding. With all that out of the way; excellent results on our first two pizzas. We had just used up our last cauliflower crusts prior to the BakeStone arriving and our local store was out of them, so we went with an organic cornmeal this time around. If your kids are having friends over, it's a great way for them to get involved in the process and then watch as your pie bakes. Heck, you can even hand over the turner and let them handle those duties if you feel they're up to it! Having guests over that appreciate conversation while prepping some food for game/movie night? The BakeStone is an excellent thing to have around for just such occasions.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Kitchen sized pizza oven

    Posted
    Johnnyboy84
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    I recently came across this pizza oven and Best Buy and decided to try it out. It isn't something I normally pick up do to me not being so great at cooking. But this is pretty straight forward. As usual I will list my review format with the pros, cons and my thoughts. Pros: - Simple to use - Includes everything you need (except for the pizza & pizza cutter) - The design is pretty simple and genius Cons: - Takes a long time to cool off - Not so easy to clean - Only works with gas range stoves My first impressions when I opened the box is that I thought it was pre assembled but that wasn't the case. Please note that there is some assembly required. It may look like it is a lot to put together but it is simple and almost like putting together a puzzle. The instructions are easy to follow. I was concerned while putting the pizza oven together you can see cotton inside of the oven in certain parts. I was nervous when I saw that because cotton and flames do not mix but for it was designed this way for a reason although I don't know why, Assembly took a total of 6 minutes because I was examining everything and looking at the manual. The inside plates appear to be ceramic with a special coating. I am no chef or cooking expert but I had purchased a frozen pizza I let it thaw and threw it in the oven and it cooked in approximately 5 mins. It really is simple to use as long as you follow the included instructions. I followed the instructions and used too much flour. Two table spoons is too much use just one and that should be enough to evenly coat the pizza tray. Word of advice for parents who have children please keep this on the rear burner(s) of the stove where it won't move while using the oven during normal operation. It is best used on the back burners it moves easily if you use it on the front burner. Overall this pizza over is pretty neat and won't burn a hole in your pocket either. I was able to heat a pizza myself without burning down my apartment and my pizza was great despite not being good in the kitchen. If you are looking to get something like this then by all means check it out.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Decent

    Posted
    tripplesix
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    This is a good little (big) product. Assembly: You have to put it together. It is not really a difficult or long process. The only snag I hit is that when adding the bottom piece. The picture doesn't show you that the cleaning slot opening should be on the opposite side of where you insert the pizza. I put mine on backwards and then had to unscrew and turn around. This didn't take long, but I was displeased nonetheless. The pizza turner assembly (it is just 2 pieces) requires a screwdriver (not included). Making Pizza: I used ready made pizza crust and then made pizza totally different than what I usually eat. Also, I have never made my own pizza before. I buy frozen pizza's and pop them in the oven. I put the pizza oven on my stovetop and put the burner on high like it said. I left it for 20 min like it said and the "temperature guage" was on fire. I put my pizza together while it was warming. I put it together on the wooden peel. I did not flour it because I used ready made crust. I had a hard time getting that big crusted pizza into the oven. I had to really work it. The sides were bent onto the side of the pizza oven box. I was able to eventually push it way back; this also took a lot of work. I need a smaller crust/pizza moving forward. After 1 min, I used the pizza turner to start turning the pizza. I did not have problems with the turning. I probably turned it 3 or 4 times in 1 minute intervals. I was not sure if my mozzarella was supposed to look more melted. Either way, my pizza came out well. Clean up: I have not yet cleaned up because it says to wait 90 min for it to cool. Either way, after I removed the pizza, I left it on high for 15 min, as this is supposed to burn up little crumbs. I didn't notice anything different. I am literally still waiting for 90 minutes to be up so that I can "clean" the pizza oven. The pizza came out good. I don't know if it is truly different that the regular oven. One HUGE con is that the pizza moves around when I do anything in it (putting pizza inside, turning pizza, taking pizza out). So I had to use my oven mitt. It is big for a small apt. I don't know where I am going to store it. I will use it again.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Baking with that original stone oven taste

    Posted
    SL7977089
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    Starting with the assembling: Not so complicated! The stone plates felt fragile and easy to brake. I was extra careful assembling them avoiding chipping or cracking edges. Assembled, the BakerStone is not that big. Good to be seated on one burner only (I thought it might need more than one). The kit coming with it is very robust and helpful indeed. The pizza baked in it does really taste different. When using it, I'd recommend you set the fire at the lowest set and keep it like that until the temperature gauge stop going up and then adjust the desired temperature. Give it at least 15 min between adjustments as it takes long time to reach temperature and longer time to drop down. Even though the heat in seems to be distributed equally, it is a good practice to keep rotating your pizza inside. Avoid pushing it too deep. When coming to cleaning, I don't believe it is an easy task (view the nature of the stone). I'd recommend using a baking paper under the pizza pad. That would make it easier to use and almost no need to clean after (especially when you like everything to be clean). Even after turning the burner down, the oven still have enough heat to at least bake one more pizza. What I like about it: - Nice and sturdy build - Good tools and materials - Bake good and even with that special stone bake taste - Can be used over the gas range. Not requiring special setup Not much liked about it: - Size. I want to bake bigger pizza! - Not well shielded from outside. Can't be touch when hot - Price. Would be acceptable for bigger size oven Conclusion: If you eat not just for eating but you like to savor what you are eating! and if you like pizza. Go for it! Another notice, it can be used to bake different stuff. Not only pizza.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    It's good if you do not have a home oven

    Posted
    DarR
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    It's an okay product. First of all, it requires installation. It is not difficult, but it requires patience. You need to make sure that all parts align so that other subsequent parts fit perfectly. Quality of the parts and product is good. Here comes the challenge, the first time i tried it, I made pizza from those doughs in a can. Got excited, got everything together-- then the pizza launch inside was messed up. It was horrible. The pizza inside was messed up and I had to worry about all the pizza ingredients falling off etc. It was a disaster. I had to dismantle what I installed in order to clean the stove, just to give it another chance. I learned that you cannot put soft dough in there. It will not work, unless you want to go hungry. Second time around, I bought one of those pizza crusts-- put all ingredients in and launched the pizza in. It cooked fast-- you need to make sure you watch it and spin the pizza as it said. The smoke was insane too by the way, in both my attempts even if my exhaust was on super high. BUT, pizza result was good. Fresh pizza and cooked how I like it (since I was watching it the whole time). HOWEVER, I think I could have achieved the same in my regular oven. It would have taken longer for sure but I did not have to get the stove box ready and all that. It is definitely not for straight out beginners or non savvy people who want stone cooked pizza. It requires skills. Perhaps you can achieve the pizza you want in LESS TIME but it needs skills because you have to be careful about a lot of things-- setting up, the cooking process, being careful with the components since it is extremely hot, etc. If you have an oven at home, you can do without it. If you do not have an oven though, and you just have a stove top, you will be able to do minor oven things with it-- and cook great pizza. Again, it is not a "plug and play" product. It requires a lot of things in order to achieve good pizza. If you are up for that, then this may work for you.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A definate party hit!

    Posted
    Marine778
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    Before I got this pizza oven from Bakerstone, I was looking at a lot if different options. I have a Traeger BBQ, so I was not sure how their BBQ top ovens would work on the wood pellet set up. Especially with you needing to close the hood to get the best temperature for the food. So now we have the gas stove top model and it is awesome. It is big and heavy, but that is mainly due to the clay parts inside. The case iron top on my stove can be a somewhat imperfect or not particularly level surface, but the Bakerstone sat perfectly level on it. The gap between the stove flame and the Bakerstone is just enough that the heat rises directly through the center of the pizza oven and disburses pretty evenly. If you hold your hand in front of the pizza oven, you can feel the rush of hot air coming out the front of the Bakerstone. This is good and bad. Since we used flour on the dough, it can be tricky getting the pizza off the pizza paddle into the oven. You will end up spilling some flour on the clay at one point or another, and that will burn since the oven gets so hot. Depending on your gas stove set up, you may trigger your smoke detectors. The directions say to place the pizza oven on the biggest eye of your stove, which for us was the front left one. In doing this, and with the heat radiating out the front of the pizza oven the smoke is not absorbed by fan/hood. My correction to that was a few different things. One, I moved it to a different burner in the back. It did not work as well, as it did not get as hot. But it still worked well enough. The second option is what we plan on doing this weekend, and that is getting it outside and using a coleman stove we have. It is a basic one eye gas propane burner and we will have a get together outside using that. I hope that works well, as it is easier to clean up a mess outside vice off the stainless stove top. All and all, this pizza oven is a great option for indoor use as long as you have the right set up. Mine works, but it is not ideal and I have to make sure nothing burns and gets the smoke detectors going off! I would definitely recommend this to anyone that enjoys homemade pizza and likes to make them at home. Cook time varies, but we usually had pizzas done in 4-5 minutes. We did have to rotate them once, as the back of the pizza oven is hotter than the front. Just be aware of that. I would definitely get one again, we really like it!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great Crowd Pleaser

    Posted
    Danno
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    The pieces were well packaged upon opening the box. The initial setup took a little longer than expected, only because of second-guessing myself. Some of the images in the instructions weren’t clear, but after assembling the pizza oven I realized it wasn’t that complicated. All in all, I’d say it was about a 15-20 minute process due over analyzing. Pros: Cooks a fast pizza in about 4-5 minutes Delicious stone pizza Stone pieces more durable than expected Works simply by placing over a gas range Cons: Gives off a quite a bit of heat Will take some getting use to Clean up process It’s big, so finding storage might be tough Thoughts: We purchased already made dough from the grocery store and the ingredients used were: mushrooms, olives and pepperoni. In total, we spent about $15 and got two generous size pizzas and leftovers. We made two delicious pizzas in about 8-10 total minutes. One of the pizzas was thicker, so I cooked it an extra 10 seconds on each rotation. There is a slight learning curve, but you quickly realize what will and won’t work. I found that adding a small amount of flour to the pizza peel and inside will keep the pizza from sticking. This made rotating the pizza a lot easier as the dough didn’t stick. Please know that it gives off a lot of heat, so make sure the fan is on and have good ventilation. Final Take: I’m definitely pleased with the outcome of the pizza. This is surely a crowd pleaser and I know guests will be just as impressed with the speed and quality it delivers.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Mid Sized Pizza oven.

    Posted
    iampete
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    In our family, we love pizza, you must too if you are reading this! I saw this Pizza Oven and had to try it. Doing my research before getting anything I quickly learned the name Blackstone. Makers of many outdoor cooking products such as BBQ and cookers I jumped on the pizza for my gas stove. Yes Gas stove but they also have one for use on your gas grill! So I saw the video and was amazed at how quick it can make a pizza, not any pizza but a fresh pizza. Opening the box it was well packed. Lots of ceramic plates and foam to protect it in shipping. Took a bit of assembly, was being careful not to break a ceramic plate but once done was left with a great looking mini pizza oven. Basically it sits on your stove and the heat is transferred thru the unit and stored in the ceramic tiles! This is how it gets so hot which is needed for making a great pizza quick. It even comes with pizza tools! I will admit, at first we tried a store bought frozen pizza. I was impressed but not there yet so we tried a local Clubs pizza that’s pre made (uncooked), cut it to fit the ovens 11” and was like wow, this is better. Finally got to making our own dough, got the hang of it and was blown away at how good and fast. It’s capable of making an 11” pizza. Now the upside is that once you get the hang of it, you can make a pizza to your exact liking! Save all the toppings and even get store bought dough or go all out and make your own. Pull it all out of the fridge, create your pizza and have it cooked in minutes! It’s a fun way to make a lot of GREAT pizza cheap and with the family while having fun! Clean up is a breeze. Temp control is easy with burners and it’s built in temp gauge. If you or your family loves Pizza, and want to create your own, THIS IS IT. Looks great and very affordable.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Really great pizza yumminess.

    Posted
    CynicalWoman
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    We're pizza lovers and were really excited to see that we could cook a pizza on our stove top at a pizza appropriate temperature! The instruction booklet is very well put together and the only hiccup I had in the short time that it took to assemble the oven was when I didn't realize that the back pizza stone wouldn't stay in place until I added the two side stones. Once I realized that (and anyone with better spacial recognition would realize that), assembly was a snap. We turned the burner on and the oven heated up quite quickly. I cooked my pizza for 4 minutes, turning my pizza by quarter turns (roughly) and crust was exactly what I was hoping for, slightly crispy in places, slightly chewy in places. It was very easy. My singular issue with the pizza oven was that we don't have a flat grate on our stove top, which means that we need to perch the oven over the flames (see my 2 photos). Even being careful, I was worried that I might slide the oven off of the raised grate if I pushed too hard with the peel (I didn't). That worry is the only reason that I'm giving it a 4 star review and not a 5 star. If I had a flat grate stove (and I will get one soon), I would absolutely give this 5 stars. Even now, I would recommend this to a friend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Makes great pizza!

    Posted
    Randy
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    We tried out the BakerStone gas stove pizza oven yesterday for the first time. Assembly was straightforward and simple, although the screws to attach the pizza turner handle to the spatula part were not included, but finding replacement screws in my garage was easy. We used the pizza oven on our outdoor grill. It took awhile to heat up, but we found that closing the lid on our grill over the pizza oven as far as we could helped speed up the heating process. We also closed the lid when cooking the pizzas to keep the heat as high as possible. The pizzas are limited to about 12 inches in size since that is the width of the pizza oven, but that was fine. We ended up making 6 pizzas with various ingredients and each of them were fully cooked within about 5 minutes. The crust was perfectly cooked every time, crispy on the bottom and sides. The oven gets very hot so its important to keep an eye on the pizzas and turn them 180 degrees when they are about halfway cooked. The included pizza turner was perfect for that purpose, and the included peel was great for getting the pizzas in and out of the oven. Overall, great product and I look forward to making many pizzas outdoors, especially during football season :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for certain situations

    Posted
    Shwanny
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    This little oven box is pretty easy to put together and works as advertised for the most part. If you want to make an individual pizza and cook it quickly this thing works like a charm. The pizza turner tool is extremely useful for rotating and removing pizzas and simply being able to see into the oven at all times while cooking makes it easy to tell when your pizza's done. They're not kidding when they say it only takes 2-4 minutes to cook an entire pizza and the initial heating process is much quicker than using a regular oven. But be warned it does indeed get VERY hot. Kids should be nowhere near the kitchen when this thing is in use. The one big issue we ran into is that it gets so hot you really do need an excellent exhaust system above your stove/oven. To get a pizza off of the peel and into the oven requires using a fair amount of flour on the peel. That's no big deal if you're only making one pizza, but we made about 4 in a row and there's no way around the fact that some flour is going to burn on the pizza stone. This means you're going to get smoke and again, your exhaust fan better be up to the task or your whole kitchen will get real hazy real quick. Haven't tried using this on the grill, but that seems like a great way to avoid any smoke issues inside. Look forward to using this again and trying it with some non-pizza foods. Could be a dead simple way to heat up all kinds of things.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Interesting concept, cleaning a pain

    Posted
    GrizzlyD
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    I was excited to try this pizza oven. There was some assembly required, but it was relatively simply to build. The design is quite sturdy and seems as though it would withstand quite a few uses. The oven gets very hot! It can definitely cook a pizza quickly. I made a critical mistake of trying to use gluten free dough to make my pizza. It was just way too sticky to try to launch into the oven. The pizza ended up tearing real bad and I ended up with cheese and sauce all over the stones. That takes me to cleanup....The cleaning instructions are not real exciting. You have to place the gas burner on high and leave it that way for 15 mins, then cool for 90 mins. Once cool you're expected to tip it back over a can to knock the debris and charred carbon into the trash. During the period where I was running it on high it smoked a lot and managed to set off my smoke alarms. Then once it finished the burn-in I had to tip it over a can...It was heavy and unwieldy to do this. At the end of the day I still didn't get all the crud off the stones. I'm likely going to have to dissemble it to clean the stones. And that sucks! It's a fun idea and could definitely cook a pizza quickly. I'm going to give it another go soon with regular pizza crust. But at the end of the day it's probably easier to just buy a ready to go pie vs all the mess and cleanup.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Makes Delicious Pizza - Takes Some Time to Finess

    Posted
    JBCTECH
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    The BakerStone - Gas Stove Top Pizza Oven Box is an ingenious creation. Once we dialed it in, it produced a delicious, artisan pizza. Assembly was mostly straight-forward, though it took a few trys to get some of the alignment to work. The warnings about heat and a minimum clearance of 10-11 inches caused us some concern. We finally put damp cloths over the areas of exposure. After using it, we realized we didn't have to be quite as concerned. We had the stove burner set to high, but it took about an hour (not 20 minutes) for the heat indicator to barely cross the line into the pizza range. It never went higher. As a result, we needed to more than double the recommended times for rotating and cooking the pizza. As far as cleaning, we let it continue on high heat (per instructions) for 20+ minutes, but there are still some spots that did not cook off. Although the above issues could be frustrating, they also add to the 'artisan' experience. It's all about experimenting and dialing it in according to your tastes - all of which makes the finished product feel very personal and unique. Once we got it going, my wife and I had a great time with it. And we thoroughly enjoyed our personal, handcrafted, stone-cooked pizzas! This is a great product. I only gave it 4-stars because there is room for improving the design and functions.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Innovative indoor pizza oven

    Posted
    joecaffe
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    I like the professional feel of this little unit, heavy but not too heavy. It came neatly packed and required about 5 minutes of assembly. The stones fit like Lego pieces so fairly easy. It's great that they give you a custom sized peel and handy spatula, fits perfectly in the diminutive opening. It says not to put it on a stovetop with top knobs, but since my high powered burner is located in the center, I felt I could easily control the flame without any risk of burning myself. It took about 10 minutes to surpass 600° on my 22k BTU burner after which I put the pizza in. The temperature gauge on top of the unit is kind of a joke since it uses 3 symbols that should let you know when it's hot enough. I used an infrared handheld unit to get accurate temps. Pizza took about 5 minutes to cook turning 1/4 every minute. Burned a bit on the crust, but within my limits. I like it for it's ease of use and sturdy feel, I don't like that it feels a bit cramped. But I knew that prior to purchase. If you're going to make a bunch of personal pies and it's too cold to go outside, then this is the oven for you. It gives pizza the brick oven taste.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Finally soft crust

    Posted
    Oldskool
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    I really dig this pizza oven. First one I have ever owned or used. I have always made pizzas in the oven and occasionally on the grill but the crust is always crunchy and I love a softer crust, now get to enjoy a less crunchy crust if I prefer. The oven was quick to put together and everything seemed strong and solid, well made product. Minimal effort to put it all together as well. Once heated this bad boy takes a few minutes to cook your pizza. Its so fast, be sure to turn your hood on full speed to suck all the heat away. Once done set your burner to high and toast away any bits that might have been left in the oven. Wait a while for it to cool and just tilt it into the trash can to clean it out.We are planning a pizza party and will be letting everyone build their own personal pizza, its that fast that we could even sit down together and eat. Or make a bunch of concoctions and all get to try something new. Can't wait to try out this oven for other cooking options, who knows what can be baked up in this bad boy.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Are you an engineer?

    Posted
    EAR1965
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    Box came well packed- nothing would move! Amazingly one of the little support bars was bent and twisted. There was no way this was done in transit. Anyway, my brother in law straighted it out- easy fix. So, then came the "putting it together" phase. After a few hours, many cuss words, and an engineering degree, we got it together correctly. So on the stove it goes! We cheated and used a rising crust frozen pizza and it really did a kick-butt job. Crust was perfect, toppings melted perfect- just like out if a pizza oven. So, dinner was a success! Clean up was a bit different. This thing put off heat, which is why you need that fan going. We ended up putting it carefully in the oven to cool down. The pizza stone in my oven is perfectly seasoned and it will take time for these pieces to get seasoned so just a wipe off of the solids! I can't wait to make bread in it! The reason for only 4 stars is the time it took to put together and the heat involved- it heated up my kitchen. I would recommend this as it is fun!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT PIZZA BOX

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    MommyMay
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    I absolutely love this pizza box! We made homemade pizzas that came out so so good. We all loved them. They cooked so fast too! Once that oven box heats up, its so fast! Just remember to rotate the pizza around because its hotter in the back of the box so one side doesnt come out more crispier than the other sides. We tried the pizza recipe that the instructions had and the pork chops and they were both soo soo good. I have never made homemade bread or crust so I didnt know that kneading the bread by hand was much better than a hand mixer. It says use a stand mixer (which I dont own) so that maybe better, but if you have a hand mixer without the proper bread kneading attachment, it won’t work. Your better off kneading by hand. The pork chops were a hit and super delicious. I cant wait to try more meats and veggies with this cooker and making more pizza’s! It really is pretty awesome.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Fun Family Food Night

    Posted
    zaxdad
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    We made individual size pizza’s for four of us over about an hour span. It will hold about a medium pizza but each of us wanted something a little different. Once it was heated to where we needed it to be, the process was simple, put it in and let it cook for about 4 minutes in total for each one. The result was excellent but more importantly we had a lot of fun doing it. The made the crust relatively thick (not deep dish), added sauce cheese and ingredients. Once we were all done with the prep work, we were able to fit two in at a time. I recommend using this often. Although we have only used it for pizza, we will be doing a chocolate chip pizza cookie next so that we can cook it and add vanilla ice cream on top of it. My only negative is the weight and size but it’s what you get for a device like this. Make sure you have a place to store it in mind.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Wood fired pizza on my grill. Yes please!

    Posted
    JKinSYR
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    I had never heard of this type of home unit until I received it to try at home. I was impressed by the concept because we eat a lot of pizza at home. Baking it in our kitchen oven is all good but it never has that fresh restaurant quality to it. This pizza oven box does require a larger footprint of grill area so ideally a 3 or 4 burner is best. I tried it on my relatives 2 burner grill and this wasn’t going to fit on it so be sure to know your measurements before purchase. Simply follow the instructions and let the unit preheat and get up to temperature. Slide your pizza in and out it comes in about 5 minutes time. Nicely baked crust and sizzling cheese and toppings. It’s pretty close to the restaurant experience from a wood fired pizza restaurant but at my own leisure on my own grill. Great product and easy to use make this a win/win for me.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great product from Bakerstone!

    Posted
    Honestreviewer151987
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    The oven looks gorgeous with stainless steel and black outer layer. I have a 4 burner natural gas stove. Mix the ingredients in the proper order at the right time. Using this oven I have done parties for over 30 people and it turns out 12-14 pizzas in less than an hour. Unlike the grill that takes time to get heated, gas top takes very less time to get heated up. Pros: 1) Looks gorgeous 2) Cooks quickly and evenly 3) Good weight 4) Nice and big on the inside as well as on the outside 5) Assembling was very quick 6) Looks in water / air into crust. Makes moist and crunchy crust. Cons: 1) Heat dissipates quickly 2) Difficult to clean the inside Easily the best pizzas you will ever make at home with fresh vegetables. A great cheap product for your home.

    I would recommend this to a friend