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Offline chickenparm

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Is it 500-600 or 800-1000 degrees F?

I have a reason for asking,its not for me,but a friend of mine from school years ago,went into Business with some other people in New York to open a new Pizza shop that uses a brick oven heated with coals.They are saying 600 degrees is the temp they will bake their pies at...but I thought that was too low for a Naples style pizza they are making or want to make.Can they make/put out correct pizzas at that temp?

Or are they making more of a NY style pie at them temps?

Just curious,thanks!
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Re: What Temps For a Brick Oven(Coal Fired)Neopolitan Pizza Is Best?
« Reply #1 on: August 27, 2009, 01:03:42 AM »
Thats a NY style pie, and pizza can still be AMAZING without the super high heat of a neapolitan oven