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On 7/13/2019 at 3:29 PM, keeperovdeflame said:

I have been looking at outdoor wood fired (pizza) ovens for quite some time.  I have a friend that has one, and I have learned that, like a kamado, they are amazingly versatile in that you can cook almost anything in them. Lately I have been looking more seriously and actually have a tentative plan. You can find ovens like the Fornobravo that,  with the addition of an add on burner, give you the best attributes  of both Gas and Wood Fired ovens.  With ovens like these you can cook on straight gas or  wood, with the benefit of being able to use the gas to start a wood fire. Living in the fire country in a high desert mountain town, I face fire restrictions each year. During restrictions I can cook on gas but can not use an oven or BBQ with fuel that produces an ash. Therefore a good wood fired oven with the addition of a gas burner is perfect for me. It seems to me, after looking at a lot of ovens, that more and more companies are offering the gas burner option in ovens that can also  burn wood as the primary fuel. 

 

https://www.fornobravo.com/product-series/home-gas-pizza-oven/

 

are you getting one of these beauties?

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Nothing is written in stone at the moment its more just kicking tires :( . I was eyeing the pizza party oven. Im getting through a couple more home Reno's  and then when that's all said and done i can see what i can work with. There are a couple ovens i was also looking at besides the Pizza party from a local dealer  La Piazza ovens .

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18 hours ago, bel4_20 said:

............ There are a couple ovens i was also looking at besides the Pizza party from a local dealer  La Piazza ovens .

 

Guy i know had one & sold it for it for another brand (struggled to get hot/stay hot)

 

i started off with the Uuni Pro to see if id like it before i went for a bigger oven, sold it for what i originally paid.

 

maybe try out the Ooni Koda to see if you like making pizza, its reasonably priced. https://ooni.com/

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5 hours ago, freddyjbbq said:

 

Guy i know had one & sold it for it for another brand (struggled to get hot/stay hot)

 

i started off with the Uuni Pro to see if id like it before i went for a bigger oven, sold it for what i originally paid.

 

maybe try out the Ooni Koda to see if you like making pizza, its reasonably priced. https://ooni.com/

Are we talking about the pizza party or the La Piazza's?

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12 minutes ago, bel4_20 said:

Are we talking about the pizza party or the La Piazza's?

 

La Piazza.

 

Pizza Party has a pretty good following on Pizzamaking.com  Check out the Alfa Ovens as well, couldnt be happier with mine and they have a few dealers in the Toronto area https://www.alfaforni.com/us/dealer-locator/

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On 7/17/2019 at 5:09 PM, freddyjbbq said:

 

La Piazza.

 

Pizza Party has a pretty good following on Pizzamaking.com  Check out the Alfa Ovens as well, couldnt be happier with mine and they have a few dealers in the Toronto area https://www.alfaforni.com/us/dealer-locator/

 

The Alfa's are beautiful!! But if all goes well at the end of summer I think i want a pizza party oven I love that it can go from gas fired to wood.

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