I promised the wife cinnamon rolls at some point. This is my first time making them. I fired the oven about 7:00 am with maple. Used a basic recipe and used bread flour instead of all purpose flour. The dough was perfect and rose very nicely. I pegged the thermometer, raked the coals out after a while and let the oven temp drop to 400. I was supposed to get two pans out of the recipe, but I don't think I rolled the dough out enough, so I stuffed them into one pan. I had to rise the dough a second time in the pan per the recipe. Firing pics: You can see the downdraft in action. Flames go up in the dome and curl down the front and out the top of the door. It was a nice clean burn. Ready to go in. Out. My wife the chief sugar glazing inspector approved. A good chunk went to the neighbors as a trade since we were out of powdered sugar. The smell was incredible when done. The rolls were airy and light, just a little flakey as I pulled them apart.