I know we are in the middle of summer (and yes it’s raining as I write this!) but it always feels good when you plan ahead. Here at Love Wood Oven we are set up for all weather – our pop up tent is designed to withstand the British elements and the pizza tastes just as good all year round.
If you are thinking of having a party for Halloween or Bonfire Night then we have availability for a fully catered event. We are really competitive on price and we have a 5* rating form customers – have a look here for more details. The main things we need to know if you make an enquire are –
- How many people are you catering for?
- What time would you like pizza serving from?
- Do you have any guests with allergies or special diet requirements?
- What is the postcode and address of the event?
- What are your favourite toppings!
We are really flexible in the way we provide our pizza service – the latest trend is we provide a blackboard with ingredients and guests write their toppings choice on the pizza box! We create and cook the pizza and serve your guests with delicious fresh pizza! We have had some amazing creations!!
When a customer contacts us for more details about our pizza event service we have a frequently asked questions we normally send over but below I’ll share with you some of our top FAQ’s
- How long does to oven take to heat up?
- It takes about 20 mins but can be longer in damp cold weather
- How many pizzas can you fit in the oven at one time?
- You can fit 2 pizzas in the oven
- How long does it take to cook a pizza in your wood fired oven?
- It take 90 seconds for a garlic bread but about 2-3 mins for a fully loaded pizza
- What temperature does the oven cook at?
- Its get’s hot inside! 400 degrees Celsius is about the right cooking temperature
- What are your dough balls made of?
- They are made from Fresh Yeast, ’00’ Italian Flour, Filtered Water, Salt, passion!
Bonfire Night is celebrated in different countries sometimes at different time of the year – usually a fire and/or fireworks are involved at some point! In the UK the traditional date in 5th November and is linked to the story of Guy Fawkes who tried (and failed) to blow up the houses of parliament in 1604 – apparently Guy Fawkes was part of a group of 13 conspirators who placed 36 barrels of gunpowder under the building before the plan was uncovered. A letter was sent to Lord Monteagle warning him not to attend parliament and the rest they say is history! Guy Fawkes was arrested and tortured he was tried for treason then executed on 31 January 1606. His body was quartered and then sent to the 4 corners of the UK as a warning to would-be traitors.