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Williams-Sonoma has Breville Crispy Crust Pizza Maker (BPZ600XL, Silver or Red) on sale for $99.95. Shipping is free. Thanks wingsandfloats
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This counter-top pizza maker has dual heating elements on the top and bottom of the oven which heats the ceramic pizza stone (12" diameter) up to 660°F, replicating the cooking environment of a brick oven.

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Indoor counter-top Neapolitan pizza oven with advertised cooking temp of 660F. On sale at William Sonoma for $99.95 + tax with free shipping. Well reviewed on Amazon and Serious Eats. Next lowest price I found was $149.95 on Breville website.

This isn't an outdoor brick oven or a Blackstone (I easily get 900+F on my Blackstone), but seems like a great option for a lower hassle indoor pizza night.
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I have one of these and really love it. There is a small torx screw right behind the handle in the upper lid that is too long and sometimes cracks the handle. You should take it out and cut it down or replace it. I measure around 700F on the stone after 25 mins warming up. I make the pizza on parchment paper, put it in on the paper, then slide out the paper in about a minute. The pizza takes about 3-4 mins to cook. Makes amazing wood fired tasting pizza, gets better as the stone ages a little. I highly recommend it, and IMO this a good price as it has been $150 every time I looked for about two years before buying.
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If you have an oven that has the broiler at the top of the oven, rather than the bottom, I'd recommend a baking steel.

It takes up considerably less space, and performs really well when used under a broiler. My pizzas cook in like 90 seconds.

I got a blemished Dough Joe for something like $35.
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I have one of these and really love it. There is a small torx screw right behind the handle in the upper lid that is too long and sometimes cracks the handle. You should take it out and cut it down or replace it. I measure around 700F on the stone after 25 mins warming up. I make the pizza on parchment paper, put it in on the paper, then slide out the paper in about a minute. The pizza takes about 3-4 mins to cook. Makes amazing wood fired tasting pizza, gets better as the stone ages a little. I highly recommend it, and IMO this a good price as it has been $150 every time I looked for about two years before buying.
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Dang, this is something I could use. I'll have to pass due to small size . Looking for ability to make at least 16"
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Great Price, but I'm buying way to much and still have a Breville Juicer I bought a long time ago in the Box! EEK! Peace
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Oh no, not another kitchen appliance I have no room left for.
If you have an oven that has the broiler at the top of the oven, rather than the bottom, I'd recommend a baking steel.

It takes up considerably less space, and performs really well when used under a broiler. My pizzas cook in like 90 seconds.

I got a blemished Dough Joe for something like $35.
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I'm way too cheap for this. Use Italian 00 flour, prebake the crust 4 minutes. Top and slide onto middle rack with nothing under it. Best pizza ever and saved counter space!
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This looks like a genius idea if it really works as advertised.
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Ugh! I would love this but can't justify another kitchen appliance. (let alone the kitchen counter space) Good deal though!
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I know it won't stay at this price, but hello wedding registry!
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I'm way too cheap for this. Use Italian 00 flour, prebake the crust 4 minutes. Top and slide onto middle rack with nothing under it. Best pizza ever and saved counter space!
mind sharing your dough recipe?
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I got excited until I read this:

"Bake pizzas up to 11" diam."

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Need one that can do up to 16" diam.
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Ugh! I would love this but can't justify another kitchen appliance. (let alone the kitchen counter space) Good deal though!
In the voice of Alton Brown: "I already have a pizza maker! It's called oven." Smilie (Sorry, couldn't resist. )
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Those saying they use the oven, how hot does your oven get? Without breaking them, most cannot get to "good" pizza temperatures.
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