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Food / April 20, 2021

BoCo launch their half-baked pizza kit

Food / April 20, 2021

BoCo launch their half-baked pizza kit

Launching “half-baked” on 420 wha

In a clever public relations move, Dublin pizzeria BoCo has released its “half-baked” pizza kit on April 20. The only high included in the kit is the high temperature you need to pop the half-cooked pizza into though.

The bases supplied in BoCo’s kit are partially cooked in their woodfired pizza oven, then delivered to customers who place the toppings provided on and shove them into their ovens on high heat.

The team who work out of Harry Byrne’s and their Bolton Street premises told us that the kit “has taken way longer to get this perfected than anticipated but we finally got there!”. The team at BoCo promises that the pizza produced from this kit is “the next best thing” to eating in a pizzeria, since no matter how we try to convince ourselves that pizzas travel well.

The kits come freshly prepared and delivered to your door ready to be assembled at home. You can select a kit made up of either two, three, or four pizza bases, which comes with crushed tomato sauce, Toons Bridge mozzarella, the toppings for the pizzas ordered, and a portion of woodfired garlic mayo.

You can preorder the BoCo kits at any time from their website, delivery takes place between 4-6pm on Friday-Sunday.

Elsewhere on District: Kilmainham’s Patriot’s Inn are now serving up street food