Well, maybe not an open fire, but with fire nonetheless. Why? Because it’s primal, it’s manly, and it’s an excuse to get outside and burn things. Sure, you could grill a steak or some kebabs or smoke a rack of ribs, but why constrain yourself to the typical charcoal and fire-cooked fare when you can go one step further and create a hearty, yet delicate, wood-fired pizza? Instead of ordering in from Domino’s for your next game day or cook-out congregation, simply get yourself the Uuni 3 Wood-Fired Pizza Oven and watch as your friends and neighbors circle you like a pack of wolves closing in on their prey.
Unlike most wood-fired pizza ovens, this one isn’t built into a brick or stucco wall and is, instead, made from lightweight, insulated, brushed stainless steel and altogether weighs less than 30 pounds. That’s lighter than a toddler (and way easier to carry, not only because the Uuni 3 doesn’t squirm, but also beacause, if you order from Huckberry, you get a free travel bag). The Uuni3 also sports sturdy legs for increased stability, so you don’t have to worry about a sloppy drunk friend accidentally knocking over your pizza oven. Fueled by environmentally friendly (and ubiquitous) energy-dense wood pellets, the Uuni 3 reaches 932 degrees Fahrenheit in around 10 minutes and, once at that temperature,will cook a 13-inch pizza in as little as 60 seconds. That’s right, gents. You can get your very own wood-fired pizza, baked fresh and ready in as little as 11 minutes from start to finish. Now that’s what I call efficiency.
So, the all important questions–how much is this going to cost you? 10% less if you buy from Huckberry–for a grand total of only $300. That’s about a third the cost of constructing your own, at-home, wood-fired pizza oven.
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