Question about Bakers Pride F36GS Gas Grill
If you have what I think you have - A gas fired, wood burning pizza oven. No, you do not soak the wood. Seasoned Oak, would work the best, as it would burn longer and hotter. However, if Oak is not available, most any hardwood would do, as long as it's seasoned. Never burn green wood.. With that said, never, ever use Pine. That's is, unless you want your pizzas to taste like a Christmas Tree.
Also, keep in mind that the gas burner is only used to get the fire started and then should be turned OFF.
Hope this helps you to produce the best Brick Oven type pizzas in town!
Posted on Apr 09, 2011
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