Pork Fat Therapy/ What are you eating?


#3494

Calabrian meatballs (lemon & chilli) with foo pasta (bucatini).


#3495


#3496

Home made in our £29.99 pizza oven.


#3497


#3498

where did you get your pizza oven? What is it - any pics?


#3499

This. Linky please?


#3500

It was from Aldi, it’s one of those that sit on top of a BBQ. Looks exactly like this one:

https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/la-hacienda-bbq-pizza-box-black?istCompanyId=bf3344d9-83f5-4abd-b69a-da131f7567d1&istItemId=-xmrwixrwmm&istBid=tztx&source=&gclid=Cj0KCQjw5-TXBRCHARIsANLixNwhd39Q-f1J2aU6-bi2daOpoBQWjUTyQhOAN5nze8gUxRbyiWFiKR4aAt4pEALw_wcB

It’s ok. Not convinced I wouldn’t get the same result from just plonking a pizza stone on top of the BBQ and shutting the lid tbh.


#3501

aga

Now if you had one of these…:heart_eyes:


#3502

…you would try to make a pizza and come out with a victoria sponge, a casserole and a ridiculously large fuel bill.


#3503

Mine is gas and I use it all the time (not for heating), I have a gas central heating / hot water system in a 1929 detached house with 4 beds, approx 1,900 sq ft, my gas bill is £80 a month on average. The Aga put it up a bit, maybe £20 a month, but it keeps the house warmer and you don’t tend to use the heating as much.


#3504

and it would take 4 weeks to develop a crust


#3505

A bit like their owners.


#3506

Weber pizza stone FTW…


#3507

I bought a Pro cook stone just because the pans mum got me some time ago have been good. Stones are the way forward in a regular oven.


#3508

We find that our stones (one for the Weber, 1 for the main oven) don’t get used much, due to the proximity of our Village pub. They make some of the best pizzas we’ve had in this country.


#3509

Braised Orkney steak with new pot’s. Delicious. Just deciding which pudding to have now.


#3510

spotted dick?


#3511

Skipped the pudding. Decided to drink the beer instead.


#3512

:+1: Wise decision I feel


#3513

good choice are they selling this