BioLite PizzaDome

Jun 24, 2016

Category: Gear

If any two things go together it has to be cooking and camping. Heading out into the woods and firing up some hotdogs or burgers is so common that BioLite has been able to build an entire business off of selling wood-powered camp-stoves. The company is now looking to expand what you can cook outdoors with their brand new PizzaDome.

This add-on to the already popular Biolite BaseCamp makes it so you can cook up flatbreads and pizza just as easily as you could grill a hot-dog by including a ventilated lit, integrated thermometer, and a ceramic pizza stone. Whether you are looking to make a wood fired pizza in your own back yard or to spice things up a bit on the trail – this setup is just about the best way to do it. Pries for the lid to go along with the stove are set at $70. [Purchase]

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