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Old 05-30-2006, 05:54 PM   #1
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That will work, but the kettle will work better. Add smoke wood chips if you want smoke.
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I haven't done it Brian, but I know alot of people that cook pizzas on the grills. I just would't plop the frozen pizza on the pizza stone though, for fear of cracking. I'd just put it on the top grate with no pan at all and cook according to the directions.
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I haven't done it Brian, but I know alot of people that cook pizzas on the grills. I just would't plop the frozen pizza on the pizza stone though, for fear of cracking. I'd just put it on the top grate with no pan at all and cook according to the directions.
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Old 05-30-2006, 05:58 PM   #4
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I haven't done it Brian, but I know alot of people that cook pizzas on the grills. I just would't plop the frozen pizza on the pizza stone though, for fear of cracking. I'd just put it on the top grate with no pan at all and cook according to the directions.
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What am I worried about, it's Brians pizza stone! #-o
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[quote=brian j]
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What am I worried about, it's Brians pizza stone! #-o
thanks for covering my back larry. :biggrin:

i had to make a change of plans... pizza stone doesn't fit in the wsm.

had to switch to the kettle.[/quote:2zaei7o7]
Better off anyway.
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Okay Brian, how did it turn out?
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Old 05-30-2006, 08:42 PM   #7
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You just about 'pegged' that thermometer. Then you would have been in trouble Mr.
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Looked tasty....except for the beer
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Damn, that do look good!
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I can not believe I just read a thread about grilling a frozen pizza.
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Old 05-31-2006, 05:17 PM   #11
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I can not believe I just read a thread about grilling a frozen pizza.
Cappy runs to the freezer to get out the pizza. :march:
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Hell yeah!
Frozen ... hmmm. They make em that way now? :-k :dunno:

Hot coals, no pan, no stone, freshly oiled grate with an EVOO soaked rolled towel ... throw some nice fresh dough on there for 2 mins, flip, again, ... remove ... arrange toppins ... return ... til bubbly goodness ... OMG !

CRUNCH !!!
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Old 05-31-2006, 05:58 PM   #13
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That's right! =D>
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I can not believe I just read a thread about grilling a frozen pizza.
Cappy runs to the freezer to get out the pizza. :march:
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Okay Brian, how did it turn out?
yea, everything turned out fine. i poured a full chimney of lump but dumped it when it was half lit so that the fire and pizza stone could get hot togehter. after ~ 15 minutes i put the pizza on and cooked it for 16 minutes. the directions said to cook for 13 - 15 minutes but i got side tracked for a minute. crust was very crispy but not the least bit burned. temp in the kettle was pretty steady.

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What kind of crap beer is that you drink? Is Larry coming to dinner?
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Okay Brian, how did it turn out?
yea, everything turned out fine. i poured a full chimney of lump but dumped it when it was half lit so that the fire and pizza stone could get hot togehter. after ~ 15 minutes i put the pizza on and cooked it for 16 minutes. the directions said to cook for 13 - 15 minutes but i got side tracked for a minute. crust was very crispy but not the least bit burned. temp in the kettle was pretty steady.

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What kind of crap beer is that you drink? Is Larry coming to dinner? [/quote:2bwfy5wd]
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Me thinks , thats top shelf beer for L.W.
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Me thinks , thats top shelf beer for L.W.
See Chris, other people say that too!
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Me thinks , thats top shelf beer for L.W.
See Chris, other people say that too!
Me thinks you're right. #-o
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Me thinks , thats top shelf beer for L.W.
See Chris, other people say that too!
Me thinks you're right. #-o
Me thinks........ummmmmm.....well me don't thinks #-o
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