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  1. timeonmyside

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    Well I modified a weber grill to make wood fired pizzas. They turn out delicious! Now I'm on to building my own authentic outdoor pizza oven....

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    This is my grill and I had it made by a friend of mine who is welder. I love BBQ with mesquite firewood.

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    NICE!

     
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    Recently catered a small intimate backyard wedding reception, beef tenderloin off the grill w/ chipotle, terragon and horseradish ailoi trio.
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    Very nice setup you have there.
     
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    TUNER that is a very sweet setup!! Lets see some pics of the poooool!!


    TIMEONMYSIDE - I gotta know how you made your pizza look that good!! What modifications were made in order to get the crust looking like that. I've never cooked pizza in anything besides an oven...
     
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    My Fiancee's father just bought a Green Mountain Pellet grill for smoking. Damn thing was expensive, however I feel madly in love and am wanting to buy one but they are like 900$ lol... Electric of course but have best tasting meat as the bi product
     
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    I've never seen that Mocha Stout! Sounds amazing!
     
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    If you Google it, there is a company called Kettle Pizza that makes a topper attachment for Weber and other kettle style grills. http://www.kettlepizza.com/?gclid=CMLF_oKr08cCFQtFaQodop0I_Q

    The grill topper is made of stainless steel and it creates a tall ring that goes in between the bottom of the kettle and the lid. It adds about a foot of height to the grill and has an opening in front where you slide the pizza in and out. You use regular charcoal briquettes and hardwood charcoal together. With this extra height, and the combination of charcoal, now the heat really wratchets up into the brick oven range. You can get up to 750 degrees or more in your regular Weber grill.

    Kettle Pizza isn't the only one making these. If you Google it, there are some other attachments you can get.

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    #211 R2D4, Sep 16, 2015
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    Whoa! That's some serious BBQ! How long did you done the brisket?
     
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    Thanks! I smoked the briskets for 5 hours (200-225) and then cooked them for 2 hours at 325° covered on my Weber gas. It came out the best I've ever done thus far. The ribs were really good too. I smoked those for six hours then covered them in foil for another hour at 325° on my Weber.
     
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    Very nice. I want to learn how to cook brisket.
     
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    You are in the perfect state to learn no? ;) Break out a garbage can, some sticks, coals and get started! Don't wait. lol

    http://cruftbox.com/cruft/docs/elecsmoker.html
     
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    You could always do it the easy way and show here! I visited this place while in Tx and their food is amazing! I always intended to try buying online, but just never got around to it.

    http://www.rudysbbq.com/store/
     
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    A little barbecuing under the bridge for me :thumbup:

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