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    Kettle Pizza Accessory

    While watching the noon news today, there was a story about Walmart encouraging US manufactures to sell their products through them. One item they showed got my attention right away. Its called the Kettle Pizza. A device that turns your 18 1/2" or 22 1/2" Weber into a pizza oven. It's made of an adjustable stainless steel ring that your Weber lid sits on. I glanced at the assembly and operating instructions on their website and realized that already having a Slow N' Sear, this could be a perfect match. As per their charcoal directions, you form a big C and add chunks of wood on the back side of the grill to get to the necessary heat level. I know the Slow N' Sear is going to create a lot more heat than their method. If anything, you might have to throttle back the amount of charcoal a little. It remains to be seen how well this will actually work. But if it does, the price of this compared to the price of a stand alone pizza oven would be wonderful. Here's their website: http://www.kettlepizza.com/

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    Meathead has that reviewed on the main site. I think it'd be great to use the SnS with it, although I don't own one to test it.

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    • oldsteve
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      I'm embarrassed, I thought I had read every review on Amazing Ribs. How do I delete this post?

    • Jon Solberg
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      Huskee I'll take that test on sometime this summer. My gut says it helps it. Hard to say I use wood for the most part.
      Last edited by Jon Solberg; July 19, 2015, 07:45 PM.

    • Huskee
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      Jon Solberg I'm betting a full chimney of rip-roaring coals will do great for a quick cook pizza, or two, or three.

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    No worries Steve! We appreciate your enthusiasm for it, we can leave it unless you really want it gone. ?

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      #4
      It's good reading and info for us nubies.

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        I like reading EVERYTHING on this wonderful website!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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          #6
          I bought this device over a year ago and will attest that it allows you to make great wood fired pizzas. Be careful however, you can run the internal temp up to >600 degrees F. Pizza's come out great but you need to be quick and make sure you've got nothing flammable nearby. We get a can full of coals going, put them in a C configuration at the back of the grill opposite the opening and then chuck small hunks of hard wood on top of the coals. We also use a ceramic pizza stone and a large pizza peel liberally coated with corn starch to assist the slide onto the stone.

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          • Dr ROK
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            How many pizzas can you cook on a load of coal & wood chunks?

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          Hey Dr ROK - wasn't keeping up on these posts. In answer to your question we always double the dough recipe and can knock out at least a half dozen 6-8 in pizzas on one load of coals and wood.

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