Originally Posted by Redhot
Please, do tell!!!! I aint...wait, a'int, how do you even say that?, the bbq guru deguerre is not even telling - oh, pizza? Yeah baby, not? That was my first thought when I saw it in the box. Next thought was, yeah, so you wanted a cast iron grate grill - lucky me, let's cook on this baby!
To smoke you will need either a pizza stone or a grate and firebrick
that will fit on the three supports inside the fire box. A charcoal grate from a 22" Weber is the perfect size to set on the supports. A grease pan is needed if you are going to do brisket or a pork butt. I have a couple pie tins in the firebrick. It catches most of the fat. The only extra thing I did was to put some high temp glue around the bottom vent to make sure it was sealed well.
Team: Pyle's BBQ; Yoder YS640; Good-One "Trail Boss" 60T; Homemade rig; 22" Weber Kettle w/rotisserie ring; Big A$$ Rotisserie; BGE-Small; Weber Kettle Gold, Weber OTS, New Braunfels offset smoker.
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