I bring you this thread in the spirit of good old fashioned ingenuity and self-sufficiency. I think I could probably live on wood-fired pizza; breakfast, lunch, and dinner. We have a few really good joints here in K-Town that make excellent pizza in wood-fired brick ovens, but I'm too lazy and too cheap to frequent them with any sort of regularity. There are several commercial pizza oven inserts on the market, but, once again, my frugality came into play so the research began for an inexpensive Weber Kettle hack that wouldn't set me back too much dough(pun intended). I finally settled on this solution-a wood fired pizza oven that I made from the bottom third of a 55 gallon steel drum. It sits on a regular Weber Kettle grill, is capable of temps to 900 degrees, and supposedly will cook a pizza in 2 to 3 minutes. It hasn't had it's trial run yet, but I have high hopes. Welcome to The House of Pi.