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PZ400

The PZ400 is officially running through our production line! We are making our final demo units and trade show pizza ovens. This means if you ordered a pizza oven the day it released on our website, your unit should ship soon!

Not sure what a PZ400 is? Check out our press release:

Cookshack, Inc., introduced its first wood-burning, pellet-fired pizza oven.

With significant advances in convenience, consistency and temperature control, the new Cookshack PZ400 can change the face of artisan pizza. A handcrafted pizza cooked over real wood and smoke can be cooked in just 3 minutes without having to turn the pizza or manage a www.buy-trusted-tablets.com fire.

Temperatures on the pizza oven range from 170-900°F meaning this oven isn’t limited to pizza alone. Pellets made from real wood give authentic flavor to calzones, quesadillas, Stromboli, desserts and much more.

Finally, One of the primary benefits of the Cookshack Pizza Oven is its size. Most wood fired pizza ovens are bulky or must be left outside. With the PZ400, there is no need to remodel an entire kitchen to add gourmet pizza since it only requires installed under a standard commercial hood.

Cookshack currently manufactures commercial and residential smoker ovens, pellet grills and charbroilers in its Ponca City, Okla., manufacturing facility and headquarters. Like all of Cookshack’s products, the PZ400 is proudly made in the USA and made to last with stainless steel construction, Spin-Glas® insulation and electronic temperature controls.

For more information on Cookshack products, contact Dave Mason, commercial sales representative, at 1-800-423-0698 or visit cookshack.com.

Cookshack Cares Foundation

Here at Cookshack our vision is fairly simple: Our customers produce award winning barbecue in equipment crafted with passion and character.

One of our core beliefs here at Cookshack is that we are a company of Character. That Character development results in improved work habits, strong relationships, and assists us towards maximizing our potential. Because of our focus on Character, Cookshack Team Members not only work on Character qualities that help them be more

productive but also to become better citizens. We believe that Benevolence (giving to others’ basic needs without having as my motive personal reward) is important both within our company and within our community.

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Cookshack Cares’ First Project: Cleaning Up at Local Campgrounds

Because of this Cookshack team members also give back to our community. Cookshack team members created the Cookshack Cares organization 2 years ago to help support our community and to build relationships with each other. In the past two years our team members have helped the community in many ways from cleaning up the yard at our domestic violence shelter, working with Habitat for Humanity, to reading to students in our local school system. Helping our community is just one of the great things about being a team member at Cookshack. While these activities have helped many in our community it has also helped bring our Team Members closer together and develop relationships with one another.

Cookshack Team members walked, ran and found sponsors to help raise money for the March of Dimes during the 2015 Fun Run for Babies.

Cookshack Team members walked, ran and found sponsors to help raise money for the March of Dimes during the 2015 Fun Run for Babies.

In order to help our community even more, Cookshack recently started a 501c3 organization that we call the Cookshack Cares Foundation to help Team Members in their times of need or to be able to donate to other charities in our community. Just like the Cookshack Cares group, many Cookshack Team Members give to the Foundation every month. This has allowed the Foundation to help several employees when they have had emergencies. Cookshack Cares Foundation is just one of the many ways that Cookshack Team Members help in reaching our vision.