Camp Chef Pizza Oven

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posted on January 22, 2013
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Camp Chef has again redefined the art of outdoor cooking with the introduction of the new Italia Artisan Pizza Oven. The accessory oven is built to fit most three-burner Camp Chef stoves, is ready to use out of the box, and enables heating the oven to appropriate cooking temperatures for perfect handmade pizza right in hunting camp.

“Cooking with the Italia Pizza Oven is comparable to cooking with a wood fire oven,” said Jack Carlisle, owner of Jack’s Wood Fired Oven restaurant in Logan Utah. “But now you can cook your own delicious pizza in an oven that’s a fraction of the cost.

A dome-shaped design allows heat circulation for even cooking, and the 16”x24” stone cooking surface is large enough for two 10” pies.

Camp Chef founder Ty Measom has focused on versatility since creating Camp Chef’s first cooker, a two-burner stove with side shelves in 1990. That stove created a buzz and has evolved into the firm’s flagship Pro 60. Since then Camp Chef has introduced a spate of new products and accessories that make outdoor cooking more convenient and creative. For more, click here.

 

 

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