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athorn 06-19-2011 10:51 AM

hello from florida
 
My name is Andrew, I llive in Winter Haven, Fl. I was searching for homemade brick bbq's and found this site. I work for a wholesale pool supply distributor. We recently started carrying Primo grills and have one at work that we grill on. The Primo rep baked a couple of pizzas on the pizza stone and I was amazed at how good it made an ordinary pizza taste. I used to have a big green egg and I have a hibatchi style clay grill that my Grandfather used on hunting trips many decades ago. I have access to portland cement, perlite, vermiculite and mortar through work. I always enjoy building my own rather than buying something. From what I have read so far, this seems to a wealth of info for "diy". I quess now my bbq is going to have pizza oven off to one side of it.

Lburou 06-24-2011 07:24 PM

Welcome :)
 
A lot to learn about wood fired ovens....This is a great place to hang out and get an education :)

thxone 07-11-2011 06:55 AM

Re: hello from florida
 
Andrew,

I'm a newbee as well in Central Fl. Do you have a source for the fire bricks yet?

nancy 10-24-2011 05:46 PM

Re: hello from florida
 
Hi Andrew,

Have you found a supplier who sells medium duty firebrick? I'm in S FL.


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Originally Posted by athorn (Post 115304)
My name is Andrew, I llive in Winter Haven, Fl. I was searching for homemade brick bbq's and found this site. I work for a wholesale pool supply distributor. We recently started carrying Primo grills and have one at work that we grill on. The Primo rep baked a couple of pizzas on the pizza stone and I was amazed at how good it made an ordinary pizza taste. I used to have a big green egg and I have a hibatchi style clay grill that my Grandfather used on hunting trips many decades ago. I have access to portland cement, perlite, vermiculite and mortar through work. I always enjoy building my own rather than buying something. From what I have read so far, this seems to a wealth of info for "diy". I quess now my bbq is going to have pizza oven off to one side of it.


angel123 11-16-2011 03:46 AM

Re: hello from florida
 
Hi..This angelina..I found this forum when i was searching for the diamond blades..And this forum gives a lot of stuff on wood fired ovens..

angel123 11-16-2011 03:51 AM

Re: hello from florida
 
Hi..I got this forum when i was searching for diamond blades on the net..This forum gives a lot of information about the wood fired ovens..I hope i can learn more things from this forum..


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