A few wood fired pizzas

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clifish

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So last time we where at the PA house we fired up the little Blue Rooster Cast iron pizza oven.
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Start the fire with some Royal Oak Lump to get the logs going, then threw on some hickory chunks.
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The above was a Pineapple, sausage
Below was a onion/veggie/meats
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Even did a low carb one using Carquick as the dough
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Then came the one I wanted. Started with my home grown/pickled Habaneros
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Added meats, veggies and mixed the pizza sauce with both of the "Da Bomb" Hot Sauces and a ghost pepper sauce
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Oh they were hot and good
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This was brother after a couple bites...mind you he "used" to be able to handle any spice/heat....I had 2 full slices and had the "Ring of Fire" the next day if you know what I mean!
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Good times had by all.
 
So last time we where at the PA house we fired up the little Blue Rooster Cast iron pizza oven.
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Start the fire with some Royal Oak Lump to get the logs going, then threw on some hickory chunks.
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The above was a Pineapple, sausage
Below was a onion/veggie/meats
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Even did a low carb one using Carquick as the dough
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Then came the one I wanted. Started with my home grown/pickled Habaneros
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Added meats, veggies and mixed the pizza sauce with both of the "Da Bomb" Hot Sauces and a ghost pepper sauce
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Oh they were hot and good
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This was brother after a couple bites...mind you he "used" to be able to handle any spice/heat....I had 2 full slices and had the "Ring of Fire" the next day if you know what I mean!
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Good times had by all.

Those pizzas look great! By PA house, I assume you mean the Poconos?
 
Those pizzas look great! By PA house, I assume you mean the Poconos?
Yes, we built a house in a community called Masthope in Pike county ( town is Lackawaxen although we call it Lack-of-action).. It is a great place that has a motor boat lake, smaller ski mountain, lodge, bars, restaurant, pools and even a stable for riding.
 
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Looks great. Like your brother I used to eat hot stuff. I wouldn’t even attempt that last pizza now lol.
 
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Pizzas look really good! But I would forego that last one also!

Ryan
 
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Unfortunately, I know exactly what you mean by the R.O.F.
The pizza looks great, what kinda temps are you getting with that cooker?

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That 'Da Bomb' sauce is liquid heat. My old lady adds a drop (and i literally mean 1 drop) when she wants to make a dish very spicy. I think it's bitter and a gimmick, but glad to see someone enjoys it!
 
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Pizzas look great and the Oven is interesting.There was a time I would give the Your Pizza ago. I enjoyed heat in a variety of food, especially Thai. End of last year, I start having some serious stomach pain following Spicy food. Dr. found a good sized ulcer and I have had to give up the hot stuff. I will be seeing a Surgeon about cutting the ulcer out and hope to work my way back to at least some mild to warm heat in the future...JJ
 
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Fine looking pizzas and those sauces have me intrigued. My tolerance for heat has dropped a bit over the past couple years but I do love spicy stuff. Love that pizza oven!!

Robert
 
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Started with my home grown/pickled Habaneros

Love the pizzas. Love the Pizza oven and overall this thread in general. That last one I would like if you just left it with the pickled habs, My guts cant take more than that, but my taste buds would sure like it.
 
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Unfortunately, I know exactly what you mean by the R.O.F.
The pizza looks great, what kinda temps are you getting with that cooker?

:emoji_confounded::emoji_cold_sweat::emoji_cold_sweat::emoji_disappointed_relieved::emoji_joy:

The pies usually take only a few minutes when the stone is 500-600 deg. Takes a while to get up to temp as the entire thing is heavy cast Iron. We also just use it as a regular fireplace when we are on the deck.
 
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Pizzas look great and the Oven is interesting.There was a time I would give the Your Pizza ago. I enjoyed heat in a variety of food, especially Thai. End of last year, I start having some serious stomach pain following Spicy food. Dr. found a good sized ulcer and I have had to give up the hot stuff. I will be seeing a Surgeon about cutting the ulcer out and hope to work my way back to at least some mild to warm heat in the future...JJ
Yeah, I don't kick things up that hot often, usually I would have just added the habs and been done with that. I do love spicy Thai food, although most places don't seem to believe me when I say make it Thai level 5, I usually have to add my own hot chili oil to it.

I don't know what I would hate more, being told I could not drink or not to eat hot food.....wait I do know 🥴
 
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