If you’re interested in seeing a live demo of the new Kalamazoo built-in pizza oven at the 2015 Architectural Digest show next week (March 19-22 at Piers 92 and 94 in Manhattan). Please let me know by email or phone 516-746-3435 , and we will set up a time for you to actually cook a pizza with the oven. It’s a great way to see the oven in action. You can also stop by the booth and set up a demo time.
The debut of this new pizza oven model was unveiled at the Kitchen and Bath Industry show in Las Vegas earlier this year. The built-in version of the pizza oven has all of the features of Kalamazoo’s portable countertop model but is designed to be installed into a wall or masonry structure. Our family loves making pizza in our yard throughout the year, and because this unit is able to reach high heat temperatures (800 degrees) with its two independent burners, the pizza comes out perfect every time. See this post where our 11 year old made his own pizza — it’s that easy. We also cook fish and vegetables in ours. The oven uses natural gas or propane and can heat up quickly (about 20 min).
If you’re local, stop by Kitchen Designs by Ken Kelly’s Nassau and Suffolk county showrooms on Long Island to learn more about this fabulous line of gourmet hybrid BBQs, pizza ovens, and weather proof cabinetry for your outdoor kitchen.
Have a look at the reviews below, and we hope to see you at the show next week:
Laundry Room Layout Ideas
When planning the layout of the laundry room space, include as much cabinetry as possible for ample storage, a countertop folding area, good room lighting, and ideally a hanging area, a hamper area, a sink, and maybe some open shelves. You will want plenty of storage for accessories, linens, hampers, detergents, and cleaning supplies. An ideal laundry room includes room to fold clothes, iron, and store sewing and craft supplies for true convenience. Larger families often opt for a double set of washers and dryers. We also offer retractable clothes lines and hide-away ironing boards that are built into the cabinetry and then stored when not in use.