London, UK (PRWEB) May 05, 2011
The Stone Bake Oven Company’s ovens are now a feature within the Eden Project in Cornwall. The popular visitor attraction located in the south west of England in the disused clay mines promotes an eco friendly environment with two biomes housing plants from all over the world. The Primo stone bake ovens were introduced into the Mediterranean biome to quickly help supply food to visitors after a flood had forced the Eden Project to shut.
The addition of the cooking stations within the biomes is a natural fit for The Stone Bake Oven Company’s wood fired ovens as the shape of the oven is similar to that of the biome. Fast and easy to set up, the pre-assembled Primo oven offers the perfect solution allowing the Eden Project to quickly serve food to new and returning visitors. The running of the Primo oven is eco-friendly. Using low wood consumption, it heats up in fifteen minutes and has the ability to cook pizzas in less than two minutes, ideal for the cooking station’s hungry customers.
Tom Gozney, owner of The Stone Bake Oven Company commented: “The Eden Project creates memorable experiences for its visitors and The Stone Bake Oven Company complements this attraction by creating exciting food that is not traditionally associated with fast food. Our ovens operate on renewable resources; embracing their environmental and ecological outlook makes us a perfect fit within the Eden Project.”
In addition to pizzas, the Primo oven can cook a variety of meals ranging from breads and pastries to roast meats and fish making it ideal for home use as well as for professional use. Since the oven heats up as fast as a conventional indoor oven, it can be used for every day meals for two or for a large garden party. For more information on Primo wood fired ovens and creative pizza recipes, go to http://www.thestonebakeovencompany.co.uk.
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