Saturday, March 12, 2016

It's not just pizza...














...it's my first solar oven pizza.  70,86,45,0,W

15 comments:

mohaverat said...

Congratulations! That looks delicious...Enjoy the fruits of your labor old friend....

Rita B. said...

I'm a "thin" crust customer, but this looks wonderful! Congrats!

grinder said...

Good job! Perfect temperature for pizza.

Larry G said...

thin crust also but also is it scratch-made or "ready-made" and can you go over again how you do refrigeration?

thanks!

John Wells said...

This was a DiGiorno frozen pizza - thawed before cooking. For refrigeration I use a 110VAC chest freezer that runs off an inverter. I only use it a refrigerator so as long as it is packed full, I run it about 2 hours a day to keep the contents at about 40°.

Margery Bills said...

What time did you say you are serving. :-)

James Beach said...

Do you do delivery?

M. Silvius said...

You need a pizza stone, next time you hit Home-Cheapo buy yourself a 12"x12" granite tile. The thermal mass will help crisp up the bottom.

rj said...

DiGiorno Rising Crust Italian Style Chicken Parmesan Pizza is THE best.

Chicken Parmesan

Larry G said...

thin crust DeGiorno and pizza stone - check!

John Wells said...

I have a cast iron pizza pan coming Tuesday...it will absorb and hold heat better than a pizza stone. http://www.amazon.com/Pizzacraft-PC0300-Round-Pizza-Handles/dp/B005IF2Z2S/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1457879443&sr=8-2&keywords=cast+iron+pizza+pan

Larry G said...

never thought of that.. let us know how it works.. probably sturdier than the stone...

John Wells said...

FYI...the oven really holds the heat well...it was 125° after sitting overnight.

Margery Bills said...

Enough to warm rolls.

Will Pugh said...

Oh yeah that is HOT! Make my turtle soup in that! Sweet,good job JW