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Saw an ad for this stove top baking oven in Latts and Atts last month. Not sure it will work on coals, but says it will on just about everything else.

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There's attachment you can purchase to put in place of the coals in the round magmas, then a pizza stone on the grill itself, and there you have it. Just be careful the temp isn't to high or you will crack the stone

MAGMA PRODUCTS Plate-gril at West Marine


This one will fit the round magma 15"

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I bought that radiant plate and love it. It heats very quick vs. the orig. coals and is up to temp. in 4-5 mins.

Supposedly you just turn the outside ring upside down (while it's cold...) w/ center plate/dome pointed up for an oven.
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That Omnia Oven is the one I saw reviewed. A Google search shows it at reasonable prices.
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Can you put up a picture of the "Plate-grill"? When I follow the link to WM, the picture comes up blank. I went to the Magma site and for my grill which is the gas stove/grill model it does not show any accessories related to the inside of the grill, only repair parts.
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Amazon.com: Magma Replacement Part Marine Kettle Gas Grill's Radiant Plate Assembly A10-105 / A10-205 (Original Size): Sports & Outdoors
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did more searching and heres what i found just need someone in California to pick it up and send to me
if anyone here can do let me know.
Camp Chef Camping Outdoor Oven 2 burner Stove Grill 616 - eBay (item 160509393417 end time Jan-20-11 08:05:38 PST)
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Camp Chef Camping Outdoor Oven 2 burner Stove Grill 616 - eBay (item 160509393417 end time Jan-20-11 08:05:38 PST)
I saw that unit at the Bass Pro Shop and was really considering it, after some further research found this in the manual:

4. For OUTDOOR use only. Do
NOT use in a building, garage
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See here: Outdoor Camp Oven 2 Burner Range and Stove - Camp Chef - The Way to Cook Outdoors
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Camp Chef Camping Outdoor Oven 2 burner Stove Grill 616 - eBay (item 160509393417 end time Jan-20-11 08:05:38 PST)
Part of the problem with that unit is that it doesn't have the flame detection cut outs that marine stoves have and if the flame blows out, it can fill the cabin with propane fairly quickly.... BOOM!!!
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The one w/ the tabs goes in upside down and the center dome sits on it the same way for oven type use.
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Thnaks T37Chef,
Yeah, that's the inside of my grill. Supposedly you take the conical piece out and set your pan or kettle on the leg portion to make it a stove.
What I'm thinking now is that I need to have a piece of granite cut so that it sits where this piece is and use it as a baking stone, and make a jacket for the top using ROXUL mineral wool. The stone will be a good pizza or bread cooking surface, will hold heat and the mineral wool will insulate the top and allow the top to radiate heat back onto whatever i'm cooking.
I just worry how far I can go with this and not melt or blow something!
Thanks for your help.
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