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Pizza Oven for Charcoal Grill

Transform your charcoal grill into a grill top pizza oven · Oven reaches up to 750° F · Cooks pizza in about five minutes

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$139.00 – $215.00

This stainless steel insert transforms your charcoal grill into a grill top pizza oven. It sits on the grill grate and is designed to maintain and circulate heat (from a combination of charcoal and hardwood) to cook a crispy pizza in about five minutes.

  • Made in HUDSON, New Hampshire
  • Instructions: Fits 18.5" and 22.5" kettle grills. Place charcoal briquets and hardwood at the back of the grill to reach pizza cooking temperatures. See full user manual
  • Cooks pizza in an average of five minutes
  • Oven reaches up to 750° Fahrenheit with charcoal briquets and hardwood
  • Easy-to-read thermometer indicates when grill has reached pizza cooking temperature
  • Deluxe kit features pizza stone that can withstand temperatures up to 1000° Fahrenheit, and a wooden pizza peel built to endure the heat, measures 22” long, with a 12″ x 14″ surface
  • Oven opening: 17” x 3.25”
  • Please note: Some assembly required, no tools required for assembly. Grill, hardwood, and charcoal not included. Do not use conventional oven pizza stones in the pizza oven. Stainless steel insert may change color with use
Made in the USA


Basic Kit: Grill insert, 14" aluminum baking steel pan (pre-seasoned with flaxseed oil), and thermometer; Deluxe Kit: All of the above, 22" wooden pizza peel, and 15" cordierite pizza stone


22" x 22" x 8"


Basic: 6 lbs; Deluxe: 17 lbs


Grill insert: 304 grade stainless steel, wood handles; Baking steel: Aluminum; Pizza peel: Wood; Pizza Stone: Cordierite


Refer to the user manual for care instructions for grill insert and accessories


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