Hot Rocks Ovens serves artisan pizzas at Ford F-150 electric truck test drive
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Comfort, Texas – Hot Rocks Ovens recently baked artisan pizzas for guests at the Ford F-150 Lightning electric truck test drive May 3-6.
The four-day event was held at Singing Waters Vineyards in Comfort, Texas, which recently added the Hot Rocks oven to its kitchen to serve stone-baked pizza while accommodating large numbers of guests. More than 120 members of the media and 50 Ford engineers and staff attended the event, where they enjoyed freshly baked Hot Rocks pizzas and food provided by local restaurants.
During a demonstration of the benefits of an electric truck, the truck even powered the Hot Rocks oven, using the built-in 9.6-kilowatt outlet in its bed.
The Hot Rocks oven is made of granite, giving pizza a stone-baked, artisan quality, while producing large quantities quickly.
The company says the oven bakes pizza in half the time of traditional stone ovens, thus allowing pizza makers to serve more customers in their pizzerias and keep up with third-party orders, takeout and deliveries.
The Hot Rocks oven can produce 645 pizzas per hour. It requires less skilled labour to operate, alleviating some of owners’ labour and training costs.
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