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Old 09-02-2009, 06:09 PM   #1
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Grilled kettle pizza

Did my first kettle pizza yesterday afternoon after not being able to stand looking at everyone's pictures anymore without chewing on my screen. Since this was my trial run I used a $2.50 frozen pizza and added more shredded mozarella and pepperoni. I used a mixture of 1 chimney of regular k and royal oak spread across the entire grate. I set my pizza stone on top of my firebricks and let it heat up for a few minutes. This pizza tasted awesome! I am so pissed I didn't try this sooner! The crust was very crispy except right in the center where I had the firebricks. Next time I will space out the fire bricks and also let the stone heat up longer. Pizza was done in about 10 mins at 450. I added a little bit of hickory chips but I think it would have been smokey enough without them. Next time just regular k and lump charcoal. I know my pizza isn't as awesome as some of yours but it was my first time.

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pizza on my magic floating pizza stone



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plated on the finest china with boneless buffalo wings

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Old 09-02-2009, 06:20 PM   #2
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Hell, I'd buy that!!! Looks Great!
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Looks top shelf from where I'm sitting.
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Nice pizza and great pics.
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Old 09-03-2009, 02:45 AM   #6
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Nice Job on the pizza smokey al gold !

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Very nice! I did 3 pizzas exactly like you did a couple weeks ago and BURNT all three!
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Top looks great, how did the bottom come out?
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The crust was very crispy except right in the center which is where I had the bricks under the pizza stone. Next time I will space out the fire bricks so the the center gets crispier. I got the idea to do this from Larry's post. Best frozen pizza I ever had Larry!
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Good looking pie for being fresh out the box.

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Great job and nice pics of the coals!
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