La Cloche Brick Oven (11-in.): Natural by Sassafras
One of the earliest ways to bake bread was underneath a curved cover or cooking pot placed over an open hearth. This is such a cooking bell made from hard-fired clay that nests on a lipped baking stone 10" in diameter. Place your bread dough on the pie-shaped base, cover it with the bell, then put ... See complete description »
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One of the earliest ways to bake bread was underneath a curved cover or cooking pot placed over an open hearth. This is such a cooking bell made from hard-fired clay that nests on a lipped baking stone 10" in diameter. Place your bread dough on the pie-shaped base, cover it with the bell, then put it in a preheated oven. A 2-pound loaf fits under the 8 1/2" high dome. The lid traps moisture escaping from the bread to create the steam needed to produce a light, brittle crust. During the last few minutes, remove the cover to lightly brown the crust.
Oven looked to be of high quality, but I thought it was overpriced as it was imported from China & NOT made in the USA as advertised in the product description. Looking forward to using it next week.
Bought this as a Christmas gift for my husband. He and I both enjoy cooking. He loves crusty artisan breads, so I knew that he would like this gift. I gave it to him before Christmas because I wanted him to practice making bread before our guests began arriving. Also, I was hungry for some homemade bread! The bread was delicious and the oven was easy to use. I think that we will get a lot of use from this product.
l Would have rated thus product a 5 but, I have only used once and some of the other reviews complain that it crackes over time so I will have to see. But, so far I love it. The bread it makes is the best-
All the information already reported about this oven is true! My sourdough bread is the best it's been!
I am a little handicaped and retired, have 5 kids 14 grandkids so I have always cooked and everyone says my food is good, so I started reading about italian breads and there you go. I bake about 5 loaves a week now. all kinds. I have my daughter take some to work and the girls go crazy. it get a little pricey but who cares. my daughter-in-law found a loaf of peppers and cheese at a farmers market and said my was better, there you go again what can I say. I just wished I'd bought this product years ago. happy shopper. would like to buy another, but can't afford at this time. nancy
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