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Old 03-14-2008, 11:36 AM   #1
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Any ovens that will hit high (600+ or more) temperatures?


I make pizza and we are in the market for an oven. Is there anything out there that will do this. Looking for 24" or 30" oven with range, gas only.

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Old 03-14-2008, 12:20 PM   #2
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There are no domestic range the will reach above 550 degrees other then in the self-clean mode.

You would have to go with a commercial oven.

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Commercial is fine but what about an oven that isn't a pizza deck oven. Looking for someting that has traditional oven below, burners on top and 24-30" wide or so. 36" is too big. Any commercial oven/range combos I've found still only do 500-550.
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I have made pizza in my oven at 475 degrees and the pizza comes out really good.

Are you trying to make a lot of pizzas at a time?
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High heat allows for something you just can't get with low heat. That is essentually a super tender moist inside and a slightly crunchy but not cracker dry outside. This is an example of what you can get with hot hot heat.


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This is cheaper than a new oven, and works fairly well from what I have read. As Im sure you know by now even a pizza stone in a oven doesnt get hot enough.


http://www.2stonepizzagrill.com/
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I thought about the 2 stone. I know Willard from over at pizzamaking.com
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Is that a picture of a pizza that you made?

You are right, the higher the heat the better.

I think I will increase my heat next time for 550 degrees.
It will probably be better.
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Ha ha you know I was going to post after that a disclaimer saying that I did NOT make that.
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I bet your pizzas look just as good.

Just you knowing that a higher heat produces a better crust and better pizza overall, tells me that you know something about pizzas.

(I'm Italian, we know our pizzas)
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Not to give any ideas and I personally would not do this, but that particular pizza was made in an electric oven on "self clean" mode (800+ F) now we are officially off topic
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Ahhhhh......

I don't think I would try it, because I would probably blow the house up.

My only thought would be if the crust is stretched really thin, then maybe the highest temp. on our ovens would produce a better pizza?

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