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Unread 06-17-2013, 06:54 AM   #16
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I just can't say enough about what a beautiful build that is, absolutely incredible! Nice cook to getter rollin' too......some fine looking pies!

Congrats on the maiden voyage. Keep it coming,

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Unread 06-17-2013, 08:18 AM   #17
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Congrats V! Looks great.
Just be careful, since building mine my physical activity level is no longer keeping up with my consumption!

I have found that keeping a good coal base around the perimeter produces more consistent heating, even if it is a small bed. If there will be some time between pizza cooking shifts, it is very easy to pull the coals on to the deck for a quick warm up too.

I have been on the fence about breaking tradition and getting a weed burner for start up. I tried out a buddies yesterday, it took at least 40 min off my pre-heat time!!

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Again, Looks great, keep the PRoN coming, and congrats!
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The ultimate cooker! Nice Job!
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I those are "bad iPhone pics" then I'm afraid to see some with a high $ camera! Simply great,
The two pizza pics were with a iphone the rest were shot with my Canon 5DII
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Congrats V! Looks great.
Just be careful, since building mine my physical activity level is no longer keeping up with my consumption!

I have found that keeping a good coal base around the perimeter produces more consistent heating, even if it is a small bed. If there will be some time between pizza cooking shifts, it is very easy to pull the coals on to the deck for a quick warm up too.

I have been on the fence about breaking tradition and getting a weed burner for start up. I tried out a buddies yesterday, it took at least 40 min off my pre-heat time!!

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Again, Looks great, keep the PRoN coming, and congrats!


Thanks man. I honestly didnt stop for 5 minutes. I was a machine. Started the fire at 10am had the dome clear at 1230. Cooked lamb, then beef then pizza. I finally moved away from the oven at 4. So i never spread the coals over the floor to recharge. Pies were just flying in the oven. Lol. Next time i will take ten minutes to recharge. I started the oven with my weed burner, its easier and faster.
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Holy farkamole!

Wow...that's just nothing short of fanfarkingtastic! Thanks so much for sharing with us.

Are planning to try 00 flour for your pizzas at some point?
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Now I'm hungry for pizza.
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I was waiting for the day you were gonna "fire" it up. Looks awesome bro. Enjoy!
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I remember the build pictures, so it's great to see it in action too. Looks like it's going to be busy from here on.
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Beautiful work on the oven and cooking. The lamb ribs look as good as any I have seen. That was a great afternoon of cooking.

Italian 00 for pizza dough makes a huge difference.
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Congratulations on your successful pizza party! Everything looks good!
Yeah, you can't beat the weed burner for starting up the oven. Much less start up smoke too. I always get paranoid with the initial start-up smoke, living in a densely populated area near downtown.
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Very nice!
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Now thats what Im talking about!!!
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Holy farkamole!

Wow...that's just nothing short of fanfarkingtastic! Thanks so much for sharing with us.

Are planning to try 00 flour for your pizzas at some point?
Thanks Moose, yes i do, i have the flour at home so i will try that next.
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I was waiting for the day you were gonna "fire" it up. Looks awesome bro. Enjoy!
Thanks man.
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