Join the Revolution! – New York Brick Oven Companies’ Fast Casual Revolving Oven
Introducing the FIRESHOW – This is the new Gas Fired Revolving Brick Oven for super high production and a consistent product-every time. Features: A Brick Oven Flame centered in the rear of the oven for a warm display, small footprint, high output, easy to use and easy to train on. This oven will be featured at the upcoming International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas Nevada with World Champion Pizza men from Goodfella’s Pizza New York. Revolving brick ovens are the ovens of choice of the Pizza School of New York for easy training and durability. This oven was designed and added to the lineup specifically for brick oven concepts that are unable to burn wood yet still wanted an authentic brick oven flavor, feel and show. The entire revolving cooking surface can be utilized for baking pizza, the patented under floor heating element along with a high thermal mass create an even distribution of radiant heat that ensures consistently perfect pizza every time without the need for skilled labor having to continually rotate and turn each pie as it cooks. Not only that but this oven doesn’t lose heat the way a conventional fixed floor oven does because the floor rotates and absorbs heat from all sides not just the top. The choice of world champion pizza men, new and established chains looking that are looking for a faster, easier and more reliable way to expand. The New York Brick Oven company was founded by world champion pizza men that have established, owned and operated successful pizza establishments across America and have a deep understanding and respect for pizza making. Marc and Scot Cosentino’s 50years plus of experience in all aspects of pizza making from concept design, development, daily operations and hands on experience cooking in all types of ovens makes them ideal for answering any questions you may have.
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