KettlePizza 101: Getting Started with your New KettlePizza

Did you get a new KettlePizza this holiday? If you’re excited to enjoy wood oven-flavored pizza and wondering how to get started, we have some tips for you. You may want to watch this video from White Thunder BBQ on Unboxing, Setup and Installation – How to install a KettlePizza Deluxe. Now, start by using a chimney starter to bring … Continue reading “KettlePizza 101: Getting Started with your New KettlePizza”


Neopolitan Pizza Lovers, Behold the KettlePizza!

A guest post by Ann Peavey, aka @SeattleMaven.  The post originally appeared here. Quietly it lay buried in the advertising pages in the way-back of the October Sunset magazine comfortably-snuggled somewhere between the Incinolet and redwood hot tubs. The simple advertisement for the KettlePizza converter drew me in like moth to flame: The idea of turning my Weber kettle-grill into … Continue reading “Neopolitan Pizza Lovers, Behold the KettlePizza!”


Indisputable Truths About Grilling Pizza In the Winter

Grilling our favorite foods in the great outdoors has become a year-round activity for millions of people around the world, no matter the weather. Spring. Summer. Fall. And winter. Grilling enthusiasts take on weather conditions — too hot, too windy, too wet or too cold — with the preparedness and gusto of our ancestors. Unlike our ancestors, however, cooking outdoors … Continue reading “Indisputable Truths About Grilling Pizza In the Winter”


Things You Never Knew You Can Do with Baking Steel

Like the KettlePizza itself, Baking Steel is a versatile product with many uses beyond its primary function of providing higher dome temperatures for pizza ovens — like our KettlePizza.  Baking Steel is a 3/16-inch thick pre-seasoned round steel that that fits 22.5-inch kettle grills, like the Weber.  Because it radiates heat so quickly, Baking Steel provides a really hot ceiling … Continue reading “Things You Never Knew You Can Do with Baking Steel”


Serious about Neapolitan Pizza? A KettlePizza Serious Eats Special Edition Awaits You

There’s a mystique to Neapolitan Pizza shared by no other style of pizza. On one hand it’s among the most basic of wood-fired pizzas — just add fresh tomatoes, Mozzarella cheese, a little basil and olive oil. On the other hand, however, you’ll need an oven capable of reaching up to 900 degrees F to turn out pizza in under two minutes. … Continue reading “Serious about Neapolitan Pizza? A KettlePizza Serious Eats Special Edition Awaits You”