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    Pizza Oven for a Gas Grill

    Does anyone have any experience with this gas grill accessories pizza oven? I'm thinking of ordering one.
    https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0851W8S...REQXAX7MSH910R

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    Anxiously waiting your review

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    • bbqLuv
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      Ditto

    #3
    I didn't know this was a thing until now, but looks like a bunch of companies are making and selling similar gadgets for gas grills. I see more reviews for the ones from the KettlePizza folk, but it appears to be constructed in much the same way - just costs more for their brand. I take it you leave the lid of the gas grill up while using these, as otherwise the analog thermometer on top would probably get damaged.

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    • Dewesq55
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      On one of the other similar ones it specifically says to leave the lid open. This one doesn't come with a stone but I have several already. Since posting this I ordered it. I got it "cheap" since I had a gift card on my Amazon account. It's not coming for a month though. To get it from a Prime seller was 12% more and I can wait.

    #4
    Seems like it would be better if it had stone on top and a stone on the bottom.

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    • Dewesq55
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      Not sure about that. I guess I'll see. For the $50 it cost me I can hardly go wrong. There's probably a learning curve like with most new equipment.

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    The one thing you get from the reviews it's that you have to pre-heat it sufficiently long to get both the stone and air temps high enough - about 600° which is good for NY style pizza, which is what I make.
    Last edited by Dewesq55; August 5, 2021, 10:50 AM.

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      #6
      You should consider this one instead IMO.

      https://amazingribs.com/ratings-revi...izza-oven-box/

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      • jfmorris
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        I like that. I think the ceramic design could help it retain heat well.

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      Originally posted by Dewesq55 View Post
      The one thing you get from the reviews it's that you have to pre-heat it sufficiently long to get both the stone and air temps high enough - about 600° which is good for NY style pizza, which is what I make.
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      • Dewesq55
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        Looks great. But I cook pizza at 550°F (max temp) in my indoor gas oven and they come out pretty good. I'm thinking another 50-100° will be even better and a bit faster. Plus it won't heat up the kitchen in the summer. I like that the one I ordered is adjustable to length. It should let me capture the heat from all of the burners inside the "oven."

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      If you can go hotter you can dabble in the different styles of pizza.

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      • Dewesq55
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        Yeah, but I never said it would to it at 500-550. I think it will go at least to 600-650. Several reviewers said they can get it there or even higher. For $50 I couldn't NOT buy it.

      • Attjack
        Attjack commented
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        I didn't realize it was $50 I thought it was $114. Probably worth a go for $50. That kettle attachment I have at the cabin I got for free and for that price it was definitely worth it.

      • Dewesq55
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        It was $100 but I had a gift card so it only cost me $50.

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      IMO, it looks like $113 for some bent metal, doesn't look like much to it but I will wait for someone else with some knowledge to review.

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