There is still a lot to invent without the use of micro chips and software. Meet Ironate. A genius way to make Pizza restaurant quality pizza at home in minutes.
Ironate is one of these inventions that you see and think immediately, why did I not come up with this idea? It is also a great example of a new product that does not require micro chips and an app. There is still a lot of potential for inventions in the offline world. The Ironate looks like a flat iron pan. The secret is the type of steel it is made off and that the cover can be heated as well through simple but genius design.
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In under 10 minutes, Ironate can heat up to 800 degrees F just like commercial pizza ovens. The cover is designed to quickly soak up the energy from your stove and radiate intense heat into the crust and toppings to ensure evenly cooked pizza in just 3 minutes.
The bottom end of Ironate emulates the floor of a wood fired brick oven. Just ¼ inch of this steel can hold as much energy as a few inches of brick and it conducts heat much better, so you get those perfectly charred spots on the bottom of your pizza, a characteristic of the great Italian pizza pies. I love it when the pizza dough is all bubbly. Ironate works with home made pizza as well as frozen super market pizza pies. Watch the video below to see the Ironate in action.
Ironate works on almost any heat source even on your grill.
The bulk of Ironate is made out of carbon steel, hand welded together for ultimate durability. It's coated and seasoned with vegetable oil, that's all the rust protection you will ever need and it provides a great low-stick surface. Ironate took some pointers from previous generations and the cookware they used devising the Ironate.
The Ironate is three times over funded on Kickstarter already with over $60,000 in backing. You can get in on the 3rd production run scheduled to arrive in March for $129. The limited Thanksgiving and Christmas deliveries have sold out.