Mexican Clay Pizza Oven £69.99 @ Argos
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Mexican Clay Pizza Oven £69.99 @ Argos

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Found 5th Jul 2016
Save 30 pounds Enjoy time with friends and family around this handmade Mexican clay tabletop oven and bake delicious pizzas. Have fun and involve everyone in this cooking adventure. It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and experiment with different toppings.


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Best Authentic Naples pizza flour is called Caputo 00 tipo & Best Pizza sauce is from San Marzano d.o.p Tomatoes
both can be bought from Ebay seller called
England-Italy-2013

many of us have been using them for awhile now and there great on the g3 ferrari ovens or real pizza ovens Plus they offer the flour in smaller quantities
- BoGoF
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bobo53

It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and … It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and experiment with different toppings. Surely not for the fun of children, would really be irresponsible to let them play with this stuff



Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able to spend time supervising their activities. So many things that teach kids about the real world need that kind of commitment.

Things as diverse as archery, fishing, cooking, swimming and even gardening are all dangerous activities to expect a child to undertake alone, but there's so much to be gained from doing those things with kids, because spending time with your kinds on that kind of thing is what teaches them to love it for themselves.

I love gardening because of the time I spent in the greenhouse with my Dad and my Grandad when I was younger. And I loved the responsibility of being given a knife, when usually they would be off limits of course, and I respected that for the most part.

Learning to handle potentially dangerous things in a supervised environment when you are young is actually the best recipe for being safe when them when you're older.

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Heat, looks awesome.
Looks like a recipe for hot ash pizza
lightrider

Looks like a recipe for hot ash pizza



Yup stick with domino's !
Ahh the world famous Mexican pizza ???? Looks far too small to put a pizza in. Do you put them on top?
You can make one of these yourself - A dome of wet sand, cover it in clay from a stream, cut out a door and scoop the sand out and the first fire in it will harden the clay - great fun with the kids, especially if you make your pizzas from scratch too.
It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and experiment with different toppings.
Surely not for the fun of children, would really be irresponsible to let them play with this stuff
Edited by: "bobo53" 5th Jul 2016
Get a g3 ferrari instead. Much better.
bobo53

It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and … It's great for encouraging young children to try a range of foods and experiment with different toppings. Surely not for the fun of children, would really be irresponsible to let them play with this stuff



Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able to spend time supervising their activities. So many things that teach kids about the real world need that kind of commitment.

Things as diverse as archery, fishing, cooking, swimming and even gardening are all dangerous activities to expect a child to undertake alone, but there's so much to be gained from doing those things with kids, because spending time with your kinds on that kind of thing is what teaches them to love it for themselves.

I love gardening because of the time I spent in the greenhouse with my Dad and my Grandad when I was younger. And I loved the responsibility of being given a knife, when usually they would be off limits of course, and I respected that for the most part.

Learning to handle potentially dangerous things in a supervised environment when you are young is actually the best recipe for being safe when them when you're older.

phillsmit3

Get a g3 ferrari instead. Much better.



Sorry phillsmit3... liked your comment by mistake.Was meant for wild_quinine below.
wild_quinine

Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able … Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able to spend time supervising their activities. So many things that teach kids about the real world need that kind of commitment. Things as diverse as archery, fishing, cooking, swimming and even gardening are all dangerous activities to expect a child to undertake alone, but there's so much to be gained from doing those things with kids, because spending time with your kinds on that kind of thing is what teaches them to love it for themselves. I love gardening because of the time I spent in the greenhouse with my Dad and my Grandad when I was younger. And I loved the responsibility of being given a knife, when usually they would be off limits of course, and I respected that for the most part. Learning to handle potentially dangerous things in a supervised environment when you are young is actually the best recipe for being safe when them when you're older.



​didn't cut it with my judge unfortunately
Anyone got a good way to make really nice pizza Base? Mine always hardens when I cook it. I'm looking more for a pizza hut/Domino's style Base. Or as close as.
wild_quinine

Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able … Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able to spend time supervising their activities. So many things that teach kids about the real world need that kind of commitment. Things as diverse as archery, fishing, cooking, swimming and even gardening are all dangerous activities to expect a child to undertake alone, but there's so much to be gained from doing those things with kids, because spending time with your kinds on that kind of thing is what teaches them to love it for themselves. I love gardening because of the time I spent in the greenhouse with my Dad and my Grandad when I was younger. And I loved the responsibility of being given a knife, when usually they would be off limits of course, and I respected that for the most part. Learning to handle potentially dangerous things in a supervised environment when you are young is actually the best recipe for being safe when them when you're older.


I would still not let a child play with this stuff that can potentially be dangerous even under surveillance and does not matter how many suggestions can be given to be safe. Saying so, good experience is made when things do happen hoping no one would get hurt but better to avoid whenever possible. My point anyway was that on an advert they cannot encourage children to play with something potentially dangerous.
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deleted1336857
Outdoor use only.
Mexican Pizza Oven? What exactly is Mexican about pizza?
is this any good?
deany76

Outdoor use only.



Cheers Sherlock X)
£69.99 ash tray...nice.

cooking adventure

Wouldn't even be able to squeeze this in under the stairs after it's inaugural run.

Cold........because it's tat.
EN1GMA

Anyone got a good way to make really nice pizza Base? Mine always hardens … Anyone got a good way to make really nice pizza Base? Mine always hardens when I cook it. I'm looking more for a pizza hut/Domino's style Base. Or as close as.




its all about getting the right flour i have been trying making pizza for over 4 years then a few hotukdeal member swear by Caputo 00 tipo flour from naples . ebay seller called England-italy-2013 sells them on ebay plus they do san marzano d.o.p tomatoes for the perfect sweet authentic taste. also make sure oven temp is 400+
wild_quinine

Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able … Some parents raise responsible kids and are fortunate enough to be able to spend time supervising their activities. So many things that teach kids about the real world need that kind of commitment. Things as diverse as archery, fishing, cooking, swimming and even gardening are all dangerous activities to expect a child to undertake alone, but there's so much to be gained from doing those things with kids, because spending time with your kinds on that kind of thing is what teaches them to love it for themselves. I love gardening because of the time I spent in the greenhouse with my Dad and my Grandad when I was younger. And I loved the responsibility of being given a knife, when usually they would be off limits of course, and I respected that for the most part. Learning to handle potentially dangerous things in a supervised environment when you are young is actually the best recipe for being safe when them when you're older.



Must be talking about kids abroad.
AlarApprentice

You can make one of these yourself - A dome of wet sand, cover it in clay … You can make one of these yourself - A dome of wet sand, cover it in clay from a stream, cut out a door and scoop the sand out and the first fire in it will harden the clay - great fun with the kids, especially if you make your pizzas from scratch too.


I wasn't sure if you were being serious. Where do I find this stream with clay in it up in Wakefield? Serious question as I have never seen this.
Will get used once or twice then never again dont fool yourself you know its a waste of money
wakeywarrior

I wasn't sure if you were being serious. Where do I find this stream with … I wasn't sure if you were being serious. Where do I find this stream with clay in it up in Wakefield? Serious question as I have never seen this.



Don't know about Wakefield, but digging clay out of stream banks was something we used to do on school trips (I'm 41 now, but doesn't mean it's all gone). I reckon it's just about asking the right person (a farmer, maybe?) and for building an oven, you don't have to be fussy about taking out the bits of grass and tiny pebbles etc.
BoGoF

plus they do san marzano d.o.p tomatoes for the perfect sweet authentic … plus they do san marzano d.o.p tomatoes for the perfect sweet authentic taste.



£2.40 for just one standard size tin of tomatoes. Seriously?


jans

£2.40 for just one standard size tin of tomatoes. Seriously?


going to cost double as soon the plan article 50 is going to be activated, you should take advantage now and save

neroneuk

going to cost double as soon the plan article 50 is going to be … going to cost double as soon the plan article 50 is going to be activated, you should take advantage now and save


Wait until September-if the summer carries on like this, they'll be giving them away then!
Monkeybumcheeks

Wouldn't even be able to squeeze this in under the stairs after it's … Wouldn't even be able to squeeze this in under the stairs after it's inaugural run.Cold........because it's tat.


This is hilarious lol, totally spot on tho!
jans

£2.40 for just one standard size tin of tomatoes. Seriously?



If you don't mind paying 70 sheets for a hollowed out lump of clay on some coat hangers, a few quid on tomatoes ain't going to break the bank is it ?
Monkeybumcheeks

If you don't mind paying 70 sheets for a hollowed out lump of clay on … If you don't mind paying 70 sheets for a hollowed out lump of clay on some coat hangers, a few quid on tomatoes ain't going to break the bank is it ?



Haha, Was that a collective 'you' ? Because I haven't purchased it, but I suppose I can see your point.
jans

yeah considering these are san marzano its cheap i remember paying nearly … yeah considering these are san marzano its cheap i remember paying nearly £4 for a tin about 3 years ago but the taste is well worth it, nothing has come close to the flavour of d.o.p. i tried to grow them but uk sun doesnt ripe them the same way as these ones from naples £2.40 for just one standard size tin of tomatoes. Seriously?



Edited by: "BoGoF" 6th Jul 2016
We have a pizza stone and use it over the fire table or barbeque... same end result, but the pizza stone just goes back in the kitchen cupboard with the roasting/baking tins, rather than needing somewhere to put/store a tabletop oven.

This seems a lot of fuss when a pizza stone is a lot more convenient for less money, and easier to store.
Monkeybumcheeks

Wouldn't even be able to squeeze this in under the stairs after it's … Wouldn't even be able to squeeze this in under the stairs after it's inaugural run.Cold........because it's tat.


What an intelligent, balanced and thought provoking response, thanks so much for your invaluable contribution to this thread
My God, these things are fantastic.

I recently bought one and as a result, my local Dominos pizza take away has shut down!!

Disclaimer:Some of the above might not actually be true
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