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  • Hello, Pizza (World)!

    Ok, so I've been thinking about building an oven for a while now, but it looks like it may finally happen... just one question: has anyone tried building a combo oven/grill with the grill under a removable section of the vent floor and a firebox under the grill? Does it even sound doable, or does it make more sense to just build a separate grill? Probably the latter, but I thought I'd throw it out there...


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    Re: Hello, Pizza (World)!

    What I have used with success is called a Tuscan Grill. It sits in the oven over coals that you have dragged to the front.

    J W
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    • #3
      Re: Hello, Pizza (World)!

      Hi JW, that sounds a lot more sensible...



      • #4
        Re: Hello, Pizza (World)!

        I've used one of my weber grill cast iron grill plates and set it on bricks in the oven over coals - best grill marks I've ever had!


        • #5
          Re: Hello, Pizza (World)!

          I have the above pictured Tuscan grill as well....SWEET!!!
          Don't get me wrong, I still use my Lynx gas grill extensively, the Tuscan grill gives you the option to utilize the coals in your oven after making pizza. (Utulize those BTUs)



          • #6
            Re: Hello, Pizza (World)!

            If you have a Weber ketttle BBQ, (or any open charcoal grill) you can shovel hot wood coals over from your brick oven, and do some nice real wood grilling there.
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