Looking for a stylish outdoor kitchen appliance? Our DeliVita competition is made for you.
We've teamed up with DeliVita in this week's competition to win their brand new edition, the Orange Blaze wood-fired oven.
Whether it’s perfect pizza or creative wood-fired cuisine on the menu, the DeliVita will wow your friends and inspire a tastier, more enjoyable world of outdoor cooking.
Entering couldn't be simpler – all you have to do is answer the question below.
Our gardens have become extra rooms over lockdown and with rules easing, we'll finally be dining al-fresco with our nearest and dearest – and just in time for the spring sunshine.
Joe Formisano, founder of DeliVita, says:
'Gone are the days when we rush outside on the promise of a sunny weekend, dust off the rusty barbecue and evacuate spiders from the table and chairs. Gardens are now much needed, year-round, living spaces.'
We couldn't agree more.
If you're thinking of designing an outdoor kitchen or if you just want to impress guests, this competition is for you.
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About DeliVita wood-fired ovens
The young Yorkshire brand combines Italian heritage and British craftmanship to manufacture their hand-crafted wood-fired ovens.
Their ovens effortlessly turn into a modern BBQ, a hot smoker, a tandoor oven, slow cooker and even bakes bread.
Retaining heat for hours, they can be used for dishes including pulled beef or slow roasting joints of meat.
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What's more, each hand-built oven efficiently reaches a temperature of around 500°C in under 30 minutes but remains safe to touch on the outside.
A neat feature is that the ovens weigh in at just under 30kg, so they're portable enough to take your party with you.
Plus, they're capable of cooking up to an impressive 40 pizzas per hour.
Enter our DeliVita competition
So, without further ado, to be in with a chance of winning this must-have table-top wood-fired oven, worth a whopping £1,295, all UK readers have to do is answer the question below.
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