Anyone use bbq top pizza oven?

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  1. thechad

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    something like what's in this picture. I am tempted to get one but not sure if it is worth it.
     
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    I usually hate when responds to a post with "no, I don't have that thing", but, no, I don't have that thing.

    However,

    My grown son refuses to use a conventional over to reheat pizza or bake pizza. He uses our propane grill like the one you've pictured to reheat pizza and a pizza stone on the grates with the lid down to make homemade pizza. I swear, re-heated pizza at my house is better than fresh take out. It's hot and has an appetizing crunch on the bottom crust instead of a cardboardy texture.
     
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    There is no question a baking stone makes a big improvement. My only concern is that the crust would cook so quick and the toppings would still be undercooked, which is why these oven toppers seem like a great concept. Maybe an improvement but not 100% necessary as you have experienced... Thanks for the input :)
     
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    What a solution!

    I hate cold pizza and I hate reheated oven pizza

    Usually a quick zap by ol chef mike (the microwave)
     
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    My wife reheats it one slice at a time in a frying pan with the lid on. It works nicely.

    Of course, this is a relatively recent development. When I was younger, "leftover pizza" did not exist.
     
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