One of the most cunning tricks we know is baking bread on the grill. Once you get to know your grill, it's easy-like baking your favorite recipe in the oven. We can think all sorts of reasons to use the grill. You can enjoy freshly baked bread while camping, or cabin, or the next family reunion. Sometimes, it's just nice to get out of the kitchen, enjoying the spring air, and out of baking.
(See your neighbors to turn the nose into the wind, when the smell of fresh bread rounds on the fence.) And in summer, do not have to heat the kitchen to bake. Finally, if there is ever a widespread emergency situation when the computer is off, it is possible that the only fresh bread in the city. You can bake almost anything with a grill cover. (If your grill has a cover, improvise with a large inverted pot.) The heat rises and circulates in the area as it does in your oven. The heat source may be coal, gas, or wood.
We prefer gas because it is easy to control and not give a smoky flavor to the bread. Since it is hottest near the flames, elevate the bread, even if you have to improvise. In our grill, there is a secondary shelf for baking potatoes and such. For this demonstration, we used Old-Fashioned White Bread mixes well with any mix or recipe will do. We mix according to package directions. After he had risen, we formed one batch into oval country loaves, one for soda, and another dinner rolls.