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    When you do get the wood fire pizza oven you'll be able to fire it up to around 300-325 and it's about 5 minutes in and out..

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    Sounds crazy but @AB ‘s old hand/foot built slurry mud hut pizza oven absolutely smashes small dough rounds with minimal proper Wog Toppings in under 3 minutes @ circa 450C +++++++
    Exciting stuff to watch, a cross between watching Naan/Roti bread & Chinese Pizza makes the doughy stuff just pop off the brick base......delicious


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    Quote Originally Posted by MB View Post
    Sounds crazy but @AB s old hand/foot built slurry mud hut pizza oven absolutely smashes small dough rounds with minimal proper Wog Toppings in under 3 minutes @ circa 450C +++++++
    Exciting stuff to watch, a cross between watching Naan/Roti bread & Chinese Pizza makes the doughy stuff just pop off the brick base......delicious


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    And this gentlemen is exactly what I am talking about...so now..damn it...I am going Pizza for Dinner.

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    Dinner for tomorrow night.
    Going to try out my new exhaust.

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    That's a ripper hood mate. I bought a very similar looking brisket from Coles super cheap. See how it goes!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Winnie View Post
    That's a ripper hood mate. I bought a very similar looking brisket from Coles super cheap. See how it goes!

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    Thanks, but I can't take any credit for it. The previous owner set it up nicely was, one of the things that got me sold on this place. He had a 44-gallon drum cut in half and use this area for a spit. The top of the hood as a flute and a whirlybird on it. I made up the bit of stainless and fitted one fan, if I can get all the smoke out through the little extraction fan great, if not it's offset for that reason to fit a second fan.

    What's Coles charging per kg? Wouldn't mind seeing if that's a difference between the local butcher and the supermarkets.

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    I'll check tonight and see but I think it was $13/kg
    Also bought some of their beef short ribs for $10/kg which are very obviously much poorer quality than what I have bought from my butcher for almost 3 times the price but I will give them a go.

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    It was actually $16/kg for the brisket and $13.50/kg for the ribs from Coles.

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    Pretty good for the butcher to be only $1 more.

    Meat rubbed and ready for tomorrow.

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    The friendly face and expert advice is worth well more than $1/kg in my opinion.
    Looks very well seasoned without being over the top like most youtube/Facebook smoker experts we see lately, appreciate good seasoning but let the meat speak for itself to a point.

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