It’s been a busy year so far. We packed up our life and moved to New York back in March, and it seems like we have only now started to settle in.
With our WFE site launched just before we moved, it had to take a back seat while we adjusted to our new life. I guess it’s a bit like traffic up here in NYC…from “close your eyes and floor it!” to “stand on the brakes, they’re stopped!”….just like rush hour.
It’s been tough to get any momentum, and summer is always busy for everyone. I’m still planning to post more recipes soon and our proximity to NYC will give me an opportunity to try some excellent WFO pizza places there.
My biggest obstacle about our location is not having a wood oven! Since we don’t know if our stay will be 1,2,3 or more(?) years here, building another fixed masonry oven didn’t seem very practical. Which leads me to what this post is about.
tell you about spare you the details of our family “discussion” about building another wood oven. Let’s just say that the time factor (our stay and weather) had a major influence in my direction, and you just can’t argue solid reasoning.
And so, after much debate, it was decided that I would PURCHASE a wood fired oven rather than build one.
A lot of you out there may know about Pizzamaking.com as the place for improving pizza making skill and a great resource for all things pizza.
Last year, a vendor from Italy joined the forum and some members purchased the nice little wood oven they offer – actually there are three sizes. The name of the company is called Pizza Party…how appropriate!
I like the construction, the styling and the portability of this oven. Never thinking they were an option for me, I didn’t look into them beyond what I saw on the forums…until we decided to buy.
Well, I went ahead and contacted Pizza Party, and we ordered a 70×70 (cm) oven in Gunmetal finish. We got the aluminum stand and the upgraded glass door.
The oven is so light! I carried it down from the driveway to our backyard (which is a LONG flight of stairs) by myself.
Assembly was fast and everything went together as expected.
It’s a nice little oven, and a great option for renters (like us) or someone that wants a portable oven. Check them out if your circumstances prevent you from building a wood fired oven onsite.
I’ll have have some more posts on usage and the stuff we bake in later posts. Don’t forget about our Forum page, where you can share some of your own pictures and what wood ovens you are building or using!
Special note: This is not a sponsored post.