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Green Plate SpecialWhen Chef Laura Dewell left her position as Residential Coordinator at Wood Stone Home, we were all sad, yet excited to watch as she pursued her dream of bringing a Garden-to-Table educational non-profit program to Seattle’s middle school youth. Just beginning their fourth year, Green Plate Special now has a permanent home in the Rainier Valley district, complete with beautiful raised garden beds, worm and compost bins, greenhouse, storage shed, harvest sink, prep and outdoor dining area as well as, you guessed it, a beautiful new Wood Stone Mt. Adams wood-burning oven

As Wood Stone president Kurt Eickmeyer put it after he recently visited GPS for their Garden Gala, “I am so proud of Laura! She has used her energy and vision to create a truly remarkable program which is changing lives for kids in Seattle.  Wood Stone was more than happy to provide an oven for this great project.”

Below is a video which gives some additional insight into what Green Plate Special does. View it and feel free to learn more at




The Perfect Complement to Artisan Pizza by Wood Stone Home
Bellingham, WA, September, 27, 2013 – Wood Stone Home announces the perfect stone hearth oven for artisan style pizza, the Bistro Home 4343. Delivered fully assembled, the Bistro Home 4343 can be configured to burn gas, wood or a gas/wood combo and can be installed indoors or out. An added bonus: all Wood Stone Home ovens are made in the USA.

The Bistro Home 4343 by Wood Stone is a compact stone hearth oven, cast with a 3-inch thick monolithic stone hearth floor (6.4 square feet of cooking surface) and dome to allow for an even transfer of heat. Bistro Home ovens disassemble and fit through any standard door (32”).

“The Bistro Home 4343 is the perfect size oven, whether you’re feeding a family of four or a group of 40.” – Tim Green, Wood Stone Corporate Chef

Interested in Naples style pizza at home? Our Bistro Home 4343 is designed to achieve the high temperatures necessary for traditional Naples style thin crust pizza. Wood Stone Home ovens are also ideal for cooking anything from proteins to light and airy frittatas.

The fully assembled oven comes standard with a stainless steel mantle, glass heat shield doors, ceramic log set and a programmable heat-up timer. The Bistro Home 4343 is available in a variety of finishes, including the stainless steel (standard) and stucco-ready or facade-ready for stone or tile application.










Wood Stone Corporation, based in Bellingham Washington, has been manufacturing stone hearth and specialty commercial cooking equipment for the foodservice industry since 1990.  Wood Stone equipment is featured in more than 10,000 commercial and residential installations in over 75 countries worldwide. For more information about Wood Stone Home products, please visit our website at: or call 800.578.6836.

Official Release Available on PRWeb: Bistro Home 4343 Stone Hearth Oven

Sep. 252013

Host the Big Game!

Football Favorites from your Wood Stone Home Oven

It’s that time of year again to showcase your best bite-sized tasty treats! Gather friends and family around your Wood Stone Home oven to watch the next big game. What could be better than eating hearthside for the entire party?

Whether you’re catering for your family or for an entire crowd, these easily prepared recipes are sure to leave your guests wanting more. Try the Wood Stone Home Spiced Meatballs in Saffron Garlic Sauce, Classic Stuffed Mushrooms or Prosciutto Wrapped Dates filled with Feta and Mint (featured recipe below).









Prosciutto Wrapped Dates filled with Feta and Mint


  • 8 oz. small pitted dates, about 32
  • 4 oz. feta cheese, cut into 32 small pieces
  • Fresh mint leaves
  • 3 oz. prosciutto, about 8 slices each cut into 4 pieces about 4-in. long        
  • Olive oil spray    


Oven Temperature: 550–580 degrees
Flame Height: 5

Coat an aluminum sheet pan with olive oil spray.

Stuff each date with a piece of cheese and a small mint leaf. Wrap tightly with a strip of prosciutto. Line the dates on the prepared pan and spritz the tops with a bit more of the olive oil.

Cook in the center of the oven for about 2 minutes. Rotate the pan 180 degrees and cook another 2 – 3 minutes more until prosciutto is evenly crisped.


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Wood Stone Corporation, based in Bellingham Washington, has been manufacturing stone hearth and specialty commercial cooking equipment for the foodservice industry since 1990.  Wood Stone equipment is featured in more than 10,000 commercial and residential installations in over 75 countries worldwide. For more information about Wood Stone Home products, please visit our website at: or call 800.578.6836.

As the weather changes and colors begin to fade from bright greens and pinks to crimson, orange and gold and the aroma of pumpkin spice lattes fills the air, it’s time to prepare for the upcoming fall season. What better way to celebrate the change of season than by hosting a sendoff backyard dinner? Perhaps a Spiced Duck Breast with Roasted Figs or Cedar Plank Salmon accompanied with Oven Roasted Ratatouille and a glass of chilled Viognier or a bold Cabernet Sauvignon? 

The Wood Stone Home website offers a rich library of mouthwatering, crowd-approved recipes designed to help prepare the perfect menu for you and your guests. With the simplicity of operating a Wood Stone Home oven combined with the uniqueness of our stone hearth single-piece floor, catering for friends and family is a breeze. Bring the restaurant dining experience to your home and cook like the pros!

Not currently a Wood Stone Home oven owner? Visit our website for more information about available products, video tutorials, chef testimonials and more! Since 1990 when Wood Stone first entered the marketplace we have installed thousands of ovens worldwide. You can find Wood Stone ovens at California Pizza Kitchen, Romano’s, Macaroni Grill, Carrabba’s Italian Grill and other commercial foodservice operations near you. Call Wood Stone Home direct at 1-(800) 578-6836.

A new Wood Stone customer recently sent us this note and the included photo looked so tasty we just had to share!

Ok…we’re really loving our pizza oven! Dinner was cooked in it 5 nights in a row (along with a nice lunch), and tonight I tested out a s’mores chocolate chip cookie dough pizza for a Girl Scout party. Delicious!!

I don’t think we’ll ever cook indoors again! Thank you Woodstone!  – Christina

To make this tasty dessert pizza yourself:

Begin with your favorite chocolate chip cookie dough.  While regular pizzas bake directly on the hearth, this cookie “pizza” is best baked on a round pizza pan or cookie sheet which has been coated with cooking spray. Press or roll the cookie dough into a circle about 1/4 inch thick.  If your oven has been up to pizza temperature for dinner already (560°-590° F), bake the cookie in the doorway with the Flame Height at 1.  If you are just heating it up for this recipe, you can bake it with an oven temperature of 400° F and cook more in the center of the oven.  Either way you’ll need to rotate the cookie 180° during baking to brown evenly.  When cookie is almost done, top with crumbled graham crackers, chopped chocolate bars and mini marshmallows.  Return to oven and bake until chocolate is melted and marshmallows are golden brown.  Enjoy!

Apr. 152013

Their first pizza!


New Wood Stone Home Oven owners just sent us this photo of the very first pizza being baked in their gorgeous new Bistro Home oven – the focal point of their recently completed BBQ area. How cute is this?…


Wood Stone is the oven of choice for hundreds of world-class chefs in their restaurants. Of course, they love them so much that they naturally want to have the same oven to play with at home! You too can cook in the same oven favored by the likes of Bobby Flay, Tom Colicchio, Wolfgang Puck, and Michael Mina with Wood Stone Home!

Bobby Flay Tom Colicchio Wolfgang Puck
Michael Mina


Bobby Flay with his Wood Stone Home Oven 

When we got the call that Bobby Flay wanted a Wood Stone for his home – we obviously couldn’t say yes fast enough!  Bobby installed a Mt. Adams Home Oven outdoors that is configured to burn gas and wood.  This gorgeous flat-wall facade was achieved with brick and both our doorway facade extension flat and our storage box extension flat. To learn more about the various ways you can facade a Wood Stone Home Oven, click here.

We are, without a doubt, very excited to see the backyard culinary magic Chef Flay can create with his new Wood Stone Home oven!

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