Meat

  • Oven Fried Chicken

    Oven Fried Chicken

    This may be the best fried chicken you’ve ever eaten! And with the least amount of mess…no splattering oil on your stovetop. The heat of the stone hearth keeps the oil up to temperature while the top heat from the dome begins to cook the top side of the chicken as well, sealing in moisture.

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  • Spring Leg of Lamb with Fresh Mint Sauce

    Spring Leg of Lamb with Fresh Mint Sauce

    Here’s a classic dish for a holiday menu with a couple of flavor twists such as Aleppo pepper and cumin thrown into the mix.  The Wood Stone Home oven is the perfect cooking chamber for this and other large joints of meat as the intense heat from all sides pushes moisture to the center while browning the exterior

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  • Travis’ Smashed Burger

    Travis’ Smashed Burger

    Wood Stone Chef and Sales guy extraordinaire Travis Walker keeps it simple with this recipe and lets the Wood Stone Home oven do its magic. The result is a burger with a perfectly seared crust and interior so juicy you’ll need to provide plenty of extra napkins.

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  • Seared Rib-Eye Steak with Brandied Shallot Sauce

    Seared Rib-Eye Steak with Brandied Shallot Sauce

    Searing a steak is by far one of our favorite ways to showcase the magic of cooking with Wood Stone. The intense heat coming from all sides, (as opposed to a grill where the meat is searing on one side at a time) creates a perfectly caramelized exterior with the juiciest medium rare center.

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  • Hot Wings

    Hot Wings

    No deep frying, no flouring; just the traditional mix of butter, hot sauce and spices, plus the high heat of the Wood Stone Home oven are all you need for these tasty wings. Crispy on the outside, yet moist and tender inside; they pack a bit of heat and never fail to satisfy.

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  • Braised Lamb Stew with Autumn Vegetables

    Braised Lamb Stew with Autumn Vegetables

    Take advantage of the residual heat after you turn your oven off for the night and braise this lamb stew overnight. You’ll be rewarded with an aromatic, delicious, and amazingly tender dish.

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  • Chicken Satsivi

    Chicken Satsivi

    From toasting the walnuts, sautéing the onions, browning the chicken to the final braising, the Wood Stone Home oven comes into play for every component of this classic Georgian dish. 

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  • Swedish Meatballs

    Swedish Meatballs

    A Wood Stone Home oven provides the perfect way to cook any meatball. High heat quickly produces a wonderfully browned exterior while keeping the interior especially moist. These tasty morsels combine the enticing spice combination of cardamom, nutmeg and allspice with an herbal accent of fresh dill in the sauce. Skol!

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  • Home Cured Pancetta

    Home Cured Pancetta

    When you make your own pancetta you’ll be happily surprised at how the spice and herb flavors come through tasting incredibly bright and fresh. It’s surprisingly easy to make, and considering the flavor impact it has on dishes such as Not Your Momma’s Mac and Cheese and Pizza with Artichokes, Pancetta and Thyme, you may not buy pancetta at the deli again!

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  • Tarragon Roasted Chicken

    Tarragon Roasted Chicken

    A simple roasted chicken is simply magic as far as we're concerned. The intense heat coming from the top, bottom and sides of the oven produces a bird with extra crispy skin and amazingly moist flesh. Variations are endless with the use of different spice rubs, herbs and aromatics.

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    Chicken, Artichoke, Farro and Wild Mushroom Gratin

    Here’s a richly flavored gratin where all of the components are cooked separately in the Wood Stone oven, then combined and finished in the oven to meld all of the flavors.

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    Herb Butter Stuffed Turkey Breast

    Here’s a simple yet very tasty recipe for those times when you don’t want to roast and carve a whole bird. With the Wood Stone magic of heat penetrating the meat from all sides, all of the moisture will be captured in your roast while the skin will be perfectly browned and delectable.

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  • Spiced Duck Breast with Roasted Figs

    Spiced Duck Breast with Roasted Figs

    This is a perfect combination of late summer and autumn, with perfectly roasted figs and crispy skinned duck breast.

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  • Pomegranate Braised Brisket

    Pomegranate Braised Brisket

    Pomegranate juice adds an alluring bit of sweetness to the braising liquid which then becomes the sauce for this delicious brisket. This is an occasion where the dish is cooked using the residual heat stored in the Wood Stone Home oven after it has been turned completely off.

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    Slow Roasted Crispy Duck Scented with Orange, Garlic and Thyme

    This duck is essentially self-basting as it slowly roasts while the fat is rendered out. The bonus is that you'll have plenty of deliciously flavored duck fat to keep in the refrigerator for frying potatoes. Try not to fight over the crispy skin.

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  • Char Siu Chinese Style BBQ Pork

    Char Siu Chinese Style BBQ Pork

    Replicating this Chinese deli staple at home is remarkably easy in the Wood Stone Home oven.  Instead of the traditional method of hanging strips of pork on hooks that hover over a vessel of water, the meat is simply laid on a rack fitted over a pan of water.

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    Roasted Game Hens Stuffed with Spinach and Fromage Blanc

    These game hens make a lovely individual entrée. If you roast some sliced baguettes brushed with olive oil to serve alongside the birds you can spread them with the delicious spinach and cheese stuffing.

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  • Tea-Smoked Duck Breast with Roasted Cherry Sauce

    Tea-Smoked Duck Breast with Roasted Cherry Sauce

    An age old Chinese method for cooking duck combines with a fusion recipe for cherry sauce with sublime results.  The Wood Stone Home oven provides the perfect environment to beautifully sear the breast while rendering the fat, get the aromatic tea mixture smoking hot and quickly roast the duck to moist perfection.

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  • Charmoula Spiced Roast Quail

    Charmoula Spiced Roast Quail

    These tasty little birds are a snap to prepare in the Wood Stone oven and will brown nicely in short order without becoming overcooked or dry. With the Moroccan inspired flavors of the Charmoula marinade, the quail would be at home on a meze platter with some savory phyllo pastries, a couple of vegetable salads and spiced olives.

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  • Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Herbs

    Bacon Wrapped Pork Tenderloin with Fresh Herbs

    As we like to say at Wood Stone, everything tastes better wrapped in bacon! This treatment yields delectable results; crispy exterior surrounding deliciously moist flesh.

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    Basic Stuffed Turkey

    Whether using your family’s favorite stuffing recipe or ours, here are the basics you need to produce a moist and flavorful bird with a perfectly cooked stuffing.

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    Orange Glazed Roasted Turkey

    Roasting a turkey in the Wood Stone oven is sure to produce a very moist and flavorful bird. Salting inside and out well in advance only enhances these results.

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  • Georgian Lamb and Eggplant Kebabs with Pomegranate Molasses and Onion Marinade

    Georgian Lamb and Eggplant Kebabs with Pomegranate Molasses and Onion Marinade

    Here’s a nod to our dear friend and former Wood Stone Chef Laura Dewell, and her background cooking and sharing the delicious cuisine of the Republic of Georgia. The grated onion tenderizes the meat, the pomegranate molasses adds an exotic sweetness and the Wood Stone oven caramelizes the exterior of the kebabs while sealing in moisture.

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  • Rack of Lamb with Meyer Lemon, Parsley and Oregano Stuffing

    Rack of Lamb with Meyer Lemon, Parsley and Oregano Stuffing

    The delicious fresh herb stuffing in this recipe seasons the lamb from the inside out while it is quickly seared and roasted to juicy perfection in the Wood Stone oven.

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    Braised Lamb Shanks with Fennel, Olives, White Wine and Tarragon Orange Gremolata

    Slowly braised meat dishes are perfect for the Wood Stone oven. Here we present two ways to cook the lamb shanks; one cooks in about 2 hours and is served on the bone while the other cooks overnight after the oven has been turned off and is served as a stew. The gremolata topping adds a bright finish.

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