Warmer weather and summer months are meant for outdoor cooking. One of my personal favorite meals is to make pizza on the grill. I learned about this process thanks to a handy guide that I got off Amazon. Although charcoal pizza is good, it’s difficult to replicate a true woodfire experience short of building an actual oven.
A new camping accessory plans on changing all of that. The BioLite PizzaDome is a miniature all-in-one oven that blends ease of use with real wood flavors. It’s an interesting design that attaches to the company’s BaseCamp stove. The whole thing is available in a launch day bundle with special pricing and even has a few surprises up its sleeve.
The BaseCamp Stove itself has been around for a few years, collecting solid reviews over at Amazon. It has a stainless steel design and a designated space for burning wood as fuel. The whole thing is very neat. BioLite had the excellent idea of leveraging this camp ground favorite into a pizza oven by adding a patented dome cooking system on top. The three-piece design includes a ceramic stone for creating extra crispy pies and a built-in thermometer for monitoring temperatures.
BioLite expects the 138 square inch cooking surface to heat up to suitable temperatures within 15 minutes. This stove uses a triangular design to efficiently transfer energy from the wood-burning chamber to the stone.
Chefs can expect to complete a pizza in as little as five minutes thanks to highly-concentrated temperatures. For the techie campers, there is a built-in USB hub on the side of the stove that provides power for a lamp and charges your devices.
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