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  • Making fire sickness

    My wife and i have had some many pizzas lately we need a break, The problem is i love making fires(can't resist) . The kids however will never say no to pizza .Any other suggestions for next step after pizza? Anyway off to make another fire!

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    Re: Making fire sickness

    Please, really. Your options are endless. A great example is found here http://www.fornobravo.com/forum/f51/...hen-16169.html

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    • #3
      Re: Making fire sickness

      Originally posted by Karls View Post
      My wife and i have had some many pizzas lately we need a break, The problem is i love making fires(can't resist) . The kids however will never say no to pizza .Any other suggestions for next step after pizza? Anyway off to make another fire!
      You should get a job at a crematorium. lol

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      • #4
        Re: Making fire sickness

        We do most of our roasts and stews/casseroles in our oven.
        What ever you cook in a convention oven will cook in a WFO, the best is roast pork...hmmmm....
        The English language was invented by people who couldnt spell.

        My Build.

        Books.

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        • #5
          Re: Making fire sickness

          roast pork...mmmmmmm, how bout glazed ham, oh yeh. mmmmm yum
          Aussie Pete

          250th Aussie on this forum...."so i was told"

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          • #6
            Re: Making fire sickness

            The question really is .. What can't you cook in a WFO? We are partial to calzones when tired of serving pizza, but roasts, chicken .. and the word's best oven fries .. try parsnips .. cut into fries rub with oil and a little salt @500f 30-40 min ..they are terrific
            cheers,
            tim

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            • #7
              Re: Making fire sickness

              Try getting a hot/cold smoker - more delicate and will give you new food options and will satisfy the PYRO in you! Its alot more involved than you think - a good book also helps! Good luck with the waistline!
              All the Best Andy

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