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  • Spanish Potato Tortilla with Chive Aioli

    Spanish Potato Tortilla with Chive Aioli

    The secret timesaving ingredient here is potato chips! And the not-so-secret key to cooking the tortilla from the top and bottom at the same time is of course the Wood Stone Home oven.

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  • Gazpacho

    Gazpacho

    It may seem like an oxymoron to prepare the classic Spanish chilled soup in a hot Wood Stone Home oven, yet roasting the tomatoes and peppers in this recipe results in the most delicious gazpacho you’ll ever eat! The flavors become more concentrated and the skins peel off easily.

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  • Roasted Mushrooms with Jerez Sherry

    Roasted Mushrooms with Jerez Sherry

    Mushrooms roasted in the Wood Stone Home oven are always so delicious due to the concentration of flavor without moisture loss. Elevate this to a different level by finishing with a fine Spanish sherry from Jerez.

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  • Lemon Almond Picada

    Lemon Almond Picada

    This delicious condiment derives from Spanish cuisine and is a snap to prepare in the Wood Stone Home oven. It is particularly delicious served over roasted vegetables, but also makes a wonderful topping for fish or light pasta dishes.

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  • Pimentón Garlic Shrimp with Orange Oil

    Pimentón Garlic Shrimp with Orange Oil

    A great addition to a tapas party, this shrimp recipe couldn’t be easier to prepare. Yet the scent of the smoky paprika combined with the brightness of the orange oil make the flavor of this dish surprisingly complex. Delicious with a chilled sparkling Cava!

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  • Rustic Corn, Tomato & Basil Tart

    Rustic Corn, Tomato & Basil Tart

    We adapted this recipe from the wonderful book Wood-Fired Cooking from Ten Speed Press, written by stone-hearth cooking expert Mary Karlin. Wood Stone and Mary Karlin have been mutual fans for years and we’re delighted to be able to add this recipe to our collection; having modified it for use with our gas-fired ovens.

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  • Roasted Olives with Citrus and Herbs

    Roasted Olives with Citrus and Herbs

    These addictive olives are so easy to have ready in minutes when guests arrive.  The heat from the Wood Stone Home oven gives them a flavor boost while citrus, herbs and pepper flakes add great aroma and a little kick.

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  • Crispy Mac N Cheese Bites

    Crispy Mac N Cheese Bites

    These cheesy treats are sure to be a big hit on game day or at a kids’ birthday party. Keeping the mess of frying contained in the Wood Stone Home oven is a bonus!

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  • Prosciutto Wrapped Dates filled with Feta and Mint

    Prosciutto Wrapped Dates filled with Feta and Mint

    Whether you’re catering for your family or for an entire crowd, these easily prepared recipes are sure to leave your guests wanting more.

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  • Spiced Meatballs in Saffron Garlic Sauce

    Spiced Meatballs in Saffron Garlic Sauce

    Browning meatballs is a snap with the intense heat of the Wood Stone Home oven. Finish these in a covered tagine or cazuela for a beautiful oven-to-table presentation.

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  • Beet Pkhali

    Beet Pkhali

    Pkhali is a typical Georgian dish of chopped vegetable, walnuts, herbs and vinegar.  Here’s a version with beets baked in the Wood Stone Home oven.

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  • Wood Stone Party Mix

    Wood Stone Party Mix

    Everyone has their favorite snack mix recipe and here is Wood Stone’s own. Use the same technique for your own family recipe. Party mix can be stored in air-tight containers for up to 2 weeks, though it usually won’t last that long!

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  • Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Curry Spices

    Roasted Cauliflower Soup with Curry Spices

    Roasting in the Wood Stone Home oven intensifies both the sweet and nutty flavors of the cauliflower in this recipe. Scented with aromatic spices and finished with tangy buttermilk, this soup is sure to become a favorite in your repertoire for both comforting family dinners and entertaining alike.

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  • Oven-Fried Baby Artichokes

    Oven-Fried Baby Artichokes

    A light batter using chickpea flour, inspired by Indian pakora recipes, turns out to be the perfect nutty foil for the rich, sweet and slightly herbaceous flavor of artichokes.  Keeping the mess of frying contained in the Wood Stone Home oven is a bonus!

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  • Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp with Clementine Oil

    Prosciutto Wrapped Shrimp with Clementine Oil

    Three minutes in the oven, a drizzle of Clementine oil, and everyone loves you!

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  • Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Soup with Crispy Sage

    Roasted Butternut Squash and Apple Soup with Crispy Sage

    Serve this soup for a first course that’s long on seasonal flavor, yet short on calories so it won’t fill you up for the feast yet to come. Or offer your guests demi-tasse cups of warming soup for an hors d’oeuvre as they come in from the cold

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  • Focaccia with Truffle Oil

    Focaccia with Truffle Oil

    The haunting flavor of truffle transforms the humble focaccia bread into an elegant addition to any brunch or an antipasto platter.

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  • Clams Casino

    Clams Casino

    The high heat in the Wood Stone oven quickly bakes these clams in about a minute! This Rhode Island classic hors d’oeuvre is a staple in restaurants throughout the country with many variations. Here is ours.

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  • Classic Stuffed Mushrooms

    Classic Stuffed Mushrooms

    Stuffed mushrooms come out beautifully when baked in the Wood Stone oven. They will be cooked through and browned on top, yet will retain a sturdy bite. Our method of pre-cooking the mushrooms releases their excess liquid thus providing a sturdier cap for stuffing.

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  • Oven-Roasted Shrimp Cocktail

    Oven-Roasted Shrimp Cocktail

    Brining and then roasting at high heat produces succulent shrimp. We like to serve these at room temperature with a classic cocktail sauce for dipping.

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  • Oysters Rockefeller

    Oysters Rockefeller

    Here is our take on the classic hors d’oeuvre from New Orleans. The high heat in the Wood Stone oven quickly bakes the oysters without drying them out and crisps the topping at the same time.

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    Rumaki

    A hot sizzle skillet in a hot Wood Stone oven will bake this classic hors d’oeuvre to crispy perfection in minutes! We poach the livers in milk first which firms them up for wrapping with the bacon.

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  • BBQ Spiced Salmon Bites with Chipotle Rémoulade

    BBQ Spiced Salmon Bites with Chipotle Rémoulade

    With the high temperature of the Wood Stone oven, these quick and easy appetizers will be done in 2-4 minutes. You can always kick up the spice with a bit more chipotle in the rémoulade.

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