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Old 03-10-2016, 10:18 AM   #1
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Brick Oven Pizza on your Backyard Grill

Local (to me) company coming to market with what I think is going to be a great addition to our camping weekends. No vested interest in the company...just thinkin' it's a nice idea that others might enjoy, too.

Website: Innovo Pizza Grill Stand | Turn your grill into a pizza oven

Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...ref=nav_search
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Old 03-10-2016, 10:27 AM   #2
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I have the camp chef pizza oven and let me tell you that thing rocks! We have a huge pizza night with friends all the time and it's going for 3hrs with pizza left and right. The kids and adults love it just the same. Our neighbors are always peeking over to see what's coming out next!

That looks like it would work well, just handle the stone carefully as once it breaks the base is useless due to pedestals.
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Old 03-10-2016, 10:42 AM   #3
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We use a "Kettle Pizza" accessory for a Weber Kettle BBQ. It's awesome. No problem getting 600*+ in the kettle to make great neopolitan pizza. It's not a Weber brand accessory, but designs for use on 18" or 22" kettles.

Just wanted to share if folks are exploring pizza oven options that don't cost thousands.
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Interesting, but for now it's vaporware.
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Here is what I have. Amazon.com : Camp Chef Italia Artisan Pizza Oven Accessory, 16-Inch : Camping Stoves : Sports & Outdoors

There is a smaller version as well.
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I have the camp chef pizza oven and let me tell you that thing rocks! We have a huge pizza night with friends all the time and it's going for 3hrs with pizza left and right. The kids and adults love it just the same. Our neighbors are always peeking over to see what's coming out next!

That looks like it would work well, just handle the stone carefully as once it breaks the base is useless due to pedestals.

I have 2 camp chef pizza ovens. Yes they rock! I take one camping with us and one stays home.
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