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La Hacienda Stainless steel Firebox now £50 (£45 with NL sign-up) @ B&Q
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La Hacienda Stainless steel Firebox now £50 (£45 with NL sign-up) @ B&Q

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Posted 21st Feb

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Great bit of kit, gets good reviews and free delivery or C&C. Good stock at time of posting (you can cook more than pizza on it)

Turn your barbecue into a pizza oven with this fire box from La Hacienda. Works on both gas and charcoal barbecues, simply place the box on top of your grill and prepare to cook delicious pizzas for your friends and family.

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  • Comes with - Cordierite pizza stone

Features and Benefits

  • Double skin cavity for insulated heat retention and even heat distribution
  • Easy to read temperature gauge for ultimate cooking performance
  • Removeable stone base
  • Carry handles for ease of use and transportation
  • No assembly required - simply unpack and use
  • Also suitable for cooking meat, fish, vegetables & so much more

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jrrrr21/02/2019 09:25

Its a pizza over and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try …Its a pizza over and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try and keep up.


Yes, I get that, but how often are you going to bother getting the barbecue out if you want a pizza? Just looks like something you'd use the once and then bung in the shed never to be used again. The breville toaster of the outside world.
Edited by: "cdm22" 21st Feb
cdm2221/02/2019 09:23

Why would anyone want to cook a pizza on a barbecue?


Its a pizza oven and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try and keep up.
Edited by: "jrrrr" 21st Feb
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Could do with some of these down my local Pizza Hut . Rubbish pizzas
Why would anyone want to cook a pizza on a barbecue?
Looks pretty nifty to me
cdm2221/02/2019 09:23

Why would anyone want to cook a pizza on a barbecue?


Its a pizza oven and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try and keep up.
Edited by: "jrrrr" 21st Feb
yespleasesir7 m ago

Could do with some of these down my local Pizza Hut . Rubbish pizzas


I don't know where your local Pizza Hut is but if any consolation, ours is rubbish too
jrrrr21/02/2019 09:25

Its a pizza over and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try …Its a pizza over and pizza stone the bbq just provides the heat. Do try and keep up.


Yes, I get that, but how often are you going to bother getting the barbecue out if you want a pizza? Just looks like something you'd use the once and then bung in the shed never to be used again. The breville toaster of the outside world.
Edited by: "cdm22" 21st Feb
cdm2218 m ago

Yes, I get that, but how often are you going to bother getting the … Yes, I get that, but how often are you going to bother getting the barbecue out if you want a pizza? Just looks like something you'd use the once and then bung in the shed never to be used again. The breville toaster of the outside world.


I have a bbq practically every night in the summer so this would definitely get used and for £50 its well worth it. Also the pizza take 10 mins too cook then you bbq the meat as normal.
Seems pricey to me, would have one for £20 maybe
The whole point about a pizza oven is thermal mass - that's why pizza ovens are full of bricks.

This thing is just tat - "cavity for insulated heat retention" - right enough air is better than brick for heat retention!

Save your £50 and use the house oven instead...
this looks like a good deal a few years ago i put my pizza stone in the barbaque shut the lid and couldnt believe the heat i was getting ( about 600 ) have since added some bricks when making a pizza it will also cook in about 2 mins so will dough balls flat bread give it a try cant wait for the 1 week of summer
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