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Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by r464, Mar 17, 2008.
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Wood pellet Pizza Oven. 800 degrees no problem. Smells funny when burning. Melted the table. The peel was scorched wherever it was exposed.
You put something that get up to 800 degrees on a plastic table?
No. I was working on my friends bike when that decision was made. It however was my table. It had prior Hibachi meltyness going on before that....
Ok, never mind then.
Do you think if it didn't smell funny it could make acceptable pizza?
Is this your doing?
Pizza and ingredients were more suspect. Hornel pepperoni. Come on now... With practice the oven would serve you well. I would like to see better edges on the steel hood. Very sharp and poorly finished. Proprietary parts always are suspect....No ng kit either...
Even out in the sticks people can't parallel park worth a damn.
I admit to not following this thread so this might have been posted before...
What kind of attachment is in there for the angle grinder?
This makes me sad. I'd be interested in the backstory, though.
think the funny smell was the table or the pellets?
Wire brush for hygiene
Have you ever been to NYC?
fuck that shit
Neither. The unit wasn't properly seasoned. They are sending us another one....
do you have one of those? where did you get it
I do not. My friend has one. He bought it to insert it into his kitchen. His sysco rep got him one. They are available on Amazon however. He invited me over to help him with it. It is to hot for the inside. He is cheeping out and needs to step up to the plate and have a real oven built.
I am picturing a museum filled with nothing but ottomans. No chairs.
For real, and you'd expect them to at least have an ottoman (i.e. furniture) in the photo. Weird.
That being said, one of the things my wife likes about me is that I always drag her to new restaurants that I have heard about, or tried first without her...usually it works out.
I read an article recently that referred to him as Don "Puffy" Comb-over.
For a minute I thought that those were the same scene, and that the swing pull was attached to her hair.
That is some serious irresponsible parenting there dude.
You're supposed to clip the ends off the zip-ties.
A buddy sent a link to one of those, so tempting to put in the shed.
Kind of hard to bitch about one's daily commute when seeing that pic.