Sunday, August 22, 2010

Sungold.



Oven management is really something you don't think about too much when you're only making a three or four of pizzas in a night. It's also pretty straightforward when you can only fit one pizza in your oven. The oven at home can generally bake two or three pizzas in a row before it needs some time to reheat, which takes about 15 to 20 minutes.

The Bakers Pride at work though is a trickier beast. Because it has two decks, but only one burner, and seemingly poor thermal mass. Any time I open a deck to put a pizza in, take it out, or move it, I heat is lost. And it doesn't matter which deck I'm messing with, if I open one, I lose heat in both.

And the temperature difference between the top and bottom deck is probably roughly 50 to 100 degrees. There are up and downsides to this, which I'll get into soon. But for now I have to grab my shin guards. My legs are in demand.


5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Perfect heat or not, that pizza looks scrumptious.

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Flushy McBucketpants said...

That pizza was tasty indeed. It's hard to go wrong with sungold tomatoes.

Anonymous said...

I'm still eating Jerry's for lunch. $5.00 buys me a personal pizza and a refillable drink. You always have to balance cost and benefit to get value!

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Flushy McBucketpants said...

i don't consider what passes for pizza there these days as actual food. i'd purchase the birch beer though.

Shanni said...

I love sungold tomatoes! They taste like candy.