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Old 08-25-2006, 08:21 PM   #1
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Did my first pizzas on the performer!!! Really happy with the results!!

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Old 08-25-2006, 08:22 PM   #2
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so that was a frozen/refrigerated crust?
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Old 08-25-2006, 08:23 PM   #3
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so that was a frozen/refrigerated crust?
It was the "Boboli" crust..
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Old 08-26-2006, 08:22 AM   #4
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Looks better than the pizza I had from Pizza Inn last night.
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Old 08-26-2006, 08:23 AM   #5
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Looks better than the pizza I had from Pizza Inn last night.
Thanks Cliff ! I turned out good, but I've got horrible heartburn today!! LOL
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Good looking Wolfe Pie.
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[quote=Larry Wolfe]
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Originally Posted by "Captain Morgan":2o530unq
so that was a frozen/refrigerated crust?
It was the "Boboli" crust..[/quote:2o530unq]

Looks great, gotta love the Boboli. Looks like you did the thin crust and cooked on a pizza stone?
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Old 08-26-2006, 09:51 AM   #8
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[quote=Man's Best Friend BBQ][quote="Larry Wolfe":qvhe26b7]
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Originally Posted by "Captain Morgan":qvhe26b7
so that was a frozen/refrigerated crust?
It was the "Boboli" crust..[/quote:qvhe26b7]

Looks great, gotta love the Boboli. Looks like you did the thin crust and cooked on a pizza stone?[/quote:qvhe26b7]

I was in a haze when I bought the crusts, I don't know if they were thick or thin?? Yeah I've had that pizza stone for over 5 years and that's the first time I used it.
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Man's Best Friend BBQ":l2z8hw26][quote="Larry Wolfe":l2z8hw26]
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Originally Posted by "Captain Morgan":l2z8hw26
so that was a frozen/refrigerated crust?
It was the "Boboli" crust..[/quote:l2z8hw26]

Looks great, gotta love the Boboli. Looks like you did the thin crust and cooked on a pizza stone?[/quote:l2z8hw26]

I was in a haze when I bought the crusts, I don't know if they were thick or thin?? Yeah I've had that pizza stone for over 5 years and that's the first time I used it.[/quote:l2z8hw26]

Yeah, I often hit the grocery store and wonder what the heck I was doin there in the first place. Looked like the thin boboli. Anyway, don't have a pizza stone, Id be in the same boat, never use it but I would certainly for one on the grill
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Larry, did you use regular Wolfe rub or the new Bold Wolfe rub?

Looks good! Did you ever try it with your own dough?
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Larry, did you use regular Wolfe rub or the new Bold Wolfe rub?

Looks good! Did you ever try it with your own dough?
Nick that was my plan, but I enjoyed myself a little too much at Hooters and was running real late and Food Lion didn't have any pre-made fresh dough. It would've probably been even better with fresh dough.

BTW, no kinda Wolfe Rub on pizza!!!
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