G3 Ferrari G10006 Delizia Pizza Oven - Amazon now £75.81
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G3 Ferrari G10006 Delizia Pizza Oven - Amazon now £75.81

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Found 27th Oct 2015
I know this was on from Amazon Italy a few weeks ago (I bought one!) for £71, but this is a great price from the UK site!

Updated price, thanks seanrtkelly!

heads up -
Best Authentic pizza flour called Caputo 00 tipo & San Marzano d.o.p Tomatoes can be bought from Ebay seller called
England-2013
item number 262448035899

many of us have been using them for awhile now and there great on these g3 ferrari Plus they offer the flour in smaller quantities
- BoGoF

edit - ebay seller who sells Caputo 00 Tipo Pizza flour is called
England-Italy-2013
- BoGoF
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are these any good does the pizza taste good ?
cruisecars

are these any good does the pizza taste good ?



​Yes these are great, ordered mine from France Amazon a few months ago. Thoroughly recommend, see previous posts about these.
cruisecars

are these any good does the pizza taste good ?


Yes they are excellent providing you get the right pizza's /make your own. Asda and Morrison's in store ones are bloody awful done in them.
Btw, I paid under £65 for mine iirc.
This is by far the best thing I have ever bought off this site. Bought the Italian one a few months ago. Use it at least once a week for pizza or naan. Can't recommend it highly enough.
The Amazon Italy deal worked out £65 also
brookysm

Yes they are excellent providing you get the right pizza's /make your … Yes they are excellent providing you get the right pizza's /make your own. Asda and Morrison's in store ones are bloody awful done in them.


Which are nice done in it?
Made from fresh. Make your own dough and then try different sauce and topping until you find one you like. It's hard to make a bad tasting pizza with this oven.
This is super hot. If anyone was put off ordering one from mainland Europe, get one now from Amazon UK. The price difference is only about £10. The pizzas this odd looking cooker can turn out are absolutely fantastic.
I always find the pizza dough gets hard in the normal oven either im kneeding it to much
This is the greatest appliance I have every gotten - the pizzas this thing kicks out are better than most italian restaurants around.
ziggyziggyzigster

Which are nice done in it?


Best to make your own but if you're just looking to stick a quick pizza in it Goodfellow's and Chicago Towns work well for frozen and Co-ops posh and Tescos cheap Chilled ones.
Anyone tried stuffed naan? Like keema naan? Or a calzone? Would it work?
Mine was good, until a soggy pizza decided to weld itself to the stone base. Anything liquid stains/sticks to the base instantly and it's not non stick. Alas, it's no more now
Check out the pizzamaking forums for info on how to hotrod this oven to the temps suitable for authentic Neapolitan pizza.

Edited by: "ooglewoogle" 28th Oct 2015
Just use a BBQ tbh, far better results
dudedude

Just use a BBQ tbh, far better results



Take it out of the shed, clean, light up the charcoal, wait for 30 minutes and then stand there in dark, rainy November evening checking if pizza is ready.

What a great way to spend Friday night.
I isn't got no dough though because I am a dough, dough that has spent all the dough for this thing dough.
Always think of Stitch when I see this deal
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Edited by: "Oneday77" 28th Oct 2015
prob average mine once a week use its big and bulky so takes up a lot of space, but it makes pizza like never before so its well worth the money taste really good.

Oven pizza you thought tasted good is nothing compared to this!
richp_scc

Mine was good, until a soggy pizza decided to weld itself to the stone … Mine was good, until a soggy pizza decided to weld itself to the stone base. Anything liquid stains/sticks to the base instantly and it's not non stick. Alas, it's no more now



I had similar, but just scraped it off with a metal peel
I'm sure this oven is great but save yourself a good amount of money by buying a £20 cast iron pizza/crepe pan, heat the pan on a hob to HOT, pop on your fresh dough, when it bubbles chuck on some toppings and finish under the grill.
veato

I'm sure this oven is great but save yourself a good amount of money by … I'm sure this oven is great but save yourself a good amount of money by buying a £20 cast iron pizza/crepe pan, heat the pan on a hob to HOT, pop on your fresh dough, when it bubbles chuck on some toppings and finish under the grill.



That's if you can even lift a cast-iron pan!
Is this one easy to use?
cryptobrit

That's if you can even lift a cast-iron pan!



Do you even lift bro?
BenderRodriguez

Take it out of the shed, clean, light up the charcoal, wait for 30 … Take it out of the shed, clean, light up the charcoal, wait for 30 minutes and then stand there in dark, rainy November evening checking if pizza is ready. What a great way to spend Friday night.



It takes more like 15 minutes. And you don't really need to check, a hot BBQ should cook your pizza in about 5 minutes. Not difficult.
On Amazon UK under the products details, there's a link to notify them of a lower price. I submitted one with the Sterling equivalent of the Amazon.it price. If enough people do this, there's a chance they might match their sister site' lower price. If you think about it, Amazon UK would make more sales and still sell lower than their current price if they bought from the Italian site, put them in their warehouse then sent that stock out, with UK postage on top....
Cooks 12" Pizza - Fresh + Hot yummy
For the plus version, does anyone know if the pizza stone on the top comes off - and effectively makes it the same as the original? Or is it fundamentally different?
richp_scc

Mine was good, until a soggy pizza decided to weld itself to the stone … Mine was good, until a soggy pizza decided to weld itself to the stone base. Anything liquid stains/sticks to the base instantly and it's not non stick. Alas, it's no more now


Always dust the paddle's with some flour before using them to place the pizza and it stops this happening. The stone discolours with use anyway as its porous to help disperse heat and moisture so you should have just scraped off the worst of the burnt and left it to burn off the rest with use.
Price has dropped to £75.81, you may want to update title or start a new thread to let people know
Ps. Anyone that bought one 3 days ago could get the difference refunded
seanrtkelly

Price has dropped to £75.81, you may want to update title or start a new … Price has dropped to £75.81, you may want to update title or start a new thread to let people know



Now £73.99
More expensive now, £80.81, but now on 4 for 3, so if you have 3 other people to pool with it's only £60.
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Edited by: "adambaz" 8th Dec 2015
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