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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #160 on: April 15, 2017, 07:40:30 PM »
I went with the saputo tiles. They work amazing for those very hot bakes without destroying the bottoms. So far no regret with the Bollore size. I would say it is at prime temp after 20-30 min preheat on gas depending on the temp outside(I've cooked in 45-80 degree outdoor temps). I've cooked 2 12 inch pizzas at a time and I dont think I would be tackling anything more than that at a time. It fits my turkey roasting pan nicely so I am going to try it with a chicken soon.

Thanks for the reply, your advice has sold me on this! Thank you
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #161 on: April 20, 2017, 06:00:57 AM »
My Passione arrived today!  Yes!

I have the oven up and running and am curing the tiles as I type this. So far everything has gone perfectly. Thank you to Simone and the great people at Pizza Party!

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #162 on: April 20, 2017, 10:32:07 AM »
My Passione arrived today!  Yes!

I have the oven up and running and am curing the tiles as I type this. So far everything has gone perfectly. Thank you to Simone and the great people at Pizza Party!

Andrew

You got a nice little corner. Makes for a great ambiance. Enjoy your purchase and keep updated about progress. I have the same oven.
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #163 on: April 20, 2017, 01:10:52 PM »
You got a nice little corner. Makes for a great ambiance. Enjoy your purchase and keep updated about progress. I have the same oven.

Thanks! This is a great little oven. Here is pizza number 7 of the night. Getting the hang of things. So much to learn.

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #164 on: April 20, 2017, 05:19:53 PM »
Saputo or standard floor?
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #165 on: April 20, 2017, 05:44:21 PM »
Hi Andrew
welcome to Pizza Party family :-)  :chef: :pizza: :pizza: :drool:
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #166 on: April 21, 2017, 01:18:01 AM »

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« Reply #167 on: April 21, 2017, 04:37:43 AM »
Hi Andrew
welcome to Pizza Party family :-)  :chef: :pizza: :pizza: :drool:

Thank you!

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #168 on: April 21, 2017, 06:14:27 PM »
Received my Bollore yesterday. Upon inspection I noticed that inside the oven, along the top rear of the stainless steel dome, their is an opening that allows heat to escape. The opening is approx. half inch wide (please see picture). Is this a defect or is it part of the design? Do any of you notice this opened gap where to metal of the rear dome meets the metal of the top rear? Should that part be sealed so that heat will travel from the rear to the front of the oven then out the chimney? Thanks all.

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #169 on: April 21, 2017, 06:28:26 PM »
Hi
is normal, to make steel expansion to heat, you have so much heat to manage :-)
many info in this page
http://www.wood-fired-pizza-oven.us/support-and-tips-for-pizza-party/
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #170 on: April 22, 2017, 10:10:21 AM »
That makes sense. Thanks pizza party!

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #171 on: Yesterday at 08:19:51 AM »
Can the oven be left outside? Meaning the weather and the rain wont hurt it ?

I would place it in Croatia near sea where it doesn't rain much but still ?

Also is the mount with wheels screwed to the oven. It look i would have to lift the oven in order to move it ?


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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #172 on: Yesterday at 08:24:14 AM »
Hi
not understand this:
Also is the mount with wheels screwed to the oven. It look i would have to lift the oven in order to move it ?
however the oven is place on the support without srews

The rain isn't a problem for all Pizza Party oven, however the gas models have included the cover in offer on our shop online
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #173 on: Yesterday at 10:08:10 AM »
Can the oven be left outside? Meaning the weather and the rain wont hurt it ?

I would place it in Croatia near sea where it doesn't rain much but still ?

Also is the mount with wheels screwed to the oven. It look i would have to lift the oven in order to move it ?


Regards, Jaka

Hello Jaka,

I love my oven and recommend it highly!

The oven has built in slots that fit over the bars of the cart.  The weight of the oven holds it down tightly and there is no possibility of it sliding off while wheeling it around. The slots also act as feet if you are not using the cart and provide a few cm clearance from a table etc.

To move it around a flat area you can just use the wheels and push the cart. Abviously if you are moving it up or down stairs, or something like that,  then you would need to lift it off the cart and carry it...

Cheers,
Andrew
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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #174 on: Yesterday at 01:35:43 PM »
Thank you both for answers.

@Simone I'm interested in gas model. So I remove the gas module from the oven its OK in the rain without the cover ?

@Andrew how hard is to move it on the flat surface ? The way I see it if I just push the card the floor would get damaged from the metal parts in front. Im guessing whole card should probably be lifted in front when moving around?

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #175 on: Yesterday at 01:46:52 PM »
Thank you both for answers.

@Simone I'm interested in gas model. So I remove the gas module from the oven its OK in the rain without the cover ?

@Andrew how hard is to move it on the flat surface ? The way I see it if I just push the card the floor would get damaged from the metal parts in front. Im guessing whole card should probably be lifted in front when moving around?

We'll I think it would be pretty easy to move on a flat surface. Just tilt it a bit,  like a wheel barrow,  and you're good to go. I actually forgot to order the cart so I don't have first hand experience with it, but know how it all fits together. I ordered most of the accessories and thought I had ordered the cart, but when my order arrived I realized I had not added it to my basket. Oh well, now my oven sits on a table and is not movable at all... Haha.

I almost made it to Croatia last year but only made it as far as Kotor Montenegro :-) Maybe next time.

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #176 on: Yesterday at 05:46:36 PM »
i have the pizzone and it is pretty easy to wheel around. i added a rather heavy granite piece in place of the wood, and i am STILL able to move the whole thing a short distance by myself, simply by holding on to the rails(as if they were handles) that stick out where the wood(granite on mine) slides in. just lift and roll, wheelbarrow style. i weigh about 100lbs and i wheel it onto a quickly assembled platform out of our covered patio every time i bake- by myself. hope that helps.

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Re: Pizza Party a tutto gas! Outdoor gas oven for pizza and roast
« Reply #177 on: Today at 03:18:30 AM »
Hello,

I am a beginner (so the most Problems are from my side  ;)) and I have bought the Bollore and had the first test run yesterday without making Pizza, just to see if everything works fine. Installing the burner was no Problem, but I was not able to get high temperatures. When I opened the burner fully, then the temperature rose slowly to 320° Celsius. As the Manual recommends not to use Maximum for more then 20min, I reduced the burner and the temperature dropped to 290°, then I stopped the test. I have attached some Pictures, which Show the color change in the metal. The roof was at the lowest position, which is possible. How does your oven look like, do you also have the changes in color? Did you have any Problems to get to 400-450° Celsius?

Furthermore, I wanted to ask if anybody had issues placing the bricks? Simone was very helpful and the videos show very good what to do, but I spend some time to try to fit them. After multiple attempts I grinded the bricks to get them in place. Not perfect, but I think it should be OK.

What are your experiences?

Thanks.

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