Thursday, June 24, 2010

Oh Wildwood, Oh Wildwood, how does your garden grow?

At Wildwood, we believe that vegetables taste better when they are homegrown! Therefore we are working on our green thumb and growing a variety of flowers and veggies here at our Eagle Rock test kitchen/showroom!

Check out some of our photos from our very own garden!  We love Summertime, and we love that our plants are growing!  We are currently growing: Roma tomatoes, Japanese eggplant, yellow squash, Persian cucumber, Thai peppers, habaneros, French thyme, Italian basil, Kentucky peas, and so much more.

We can't wait until we can start cooking with our produce.  Any suggestions for any favorite veggies that we are missing?

Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Winning Wildwood Design!

Hello all,

We are so happy to announce the winners of our Wildwood Blog Contest: Karen and Tom Lane of Ocean View, Hawaii!  Tom designed and finished their Wildwood Milano with an adobe style finish.  Karen thought that he may have been "channeling some Atlantean temple architecture."

We also wanted to take this opportunity to thank all of the people who submitted their Wildwood creations!  We love keeping in touch with our customers, and seeing their vision come to life through Wildwood.  Don't worry if you didn't win- we will be running another blog contest in a few months. :)

A huge congratulations goes out to Karen and Tom from the Wildwood team.  Thanks so much for sharing your beautiful images- and we hope that you enjoy your BBQ kit!

Thanks again guys!

Love, WW

Thursday, June 3, 2010

Pizza Pie Process!

Hey guys,

We have received several emails asking about the wood fired pizza process. So I figured this would be a perfect blogging opportunity to take our readers from start to finish through the perfect pizza process. Whewww, that's a lot of P's!

Firstly, the dough is rolled out into a circular shape. We like a really thin crispy crust. Toppings of your choice are then applied. This is the creative and fun part- go crazy!

 Next the pizza is slid into the wood fired oven using a pizza peel, either an aluminum or wood peel works best for this process!

The pizza is then cooked to perfection!  This doesn't take long...probably 2-3 mins. per pizza.  
 We like a little brown around the crust and crispy!
Voila!! Now is the time to enjoy your wood fired creation!  Place the pizza on a serving tray or screen and cut into slices!