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Old 07-12-2006, 01:10 PM   #1
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Has anyone used one of these for making pizza in a smoker?

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00...lance&n=286168
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Old 07-12-2006, 01:16 PM   #2
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Looks interesting. Any idea on the dimensions?
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Old 07-12-2006, 02:26 PM   #3
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Nope, I just throw em on the grates.
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Old 07-13-2006, 09:43 AM   #4
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I just through mine on the grate too.
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ok .....now i think iv'e heard of just about every thing----cooking a pizza on the grill?
Post like that will keep you a bbq noob a looong time! #-o
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ok .....now i think iv'e heard of just about every thing----cooking a pizza on the grill?
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ok .....now i think iv'e heard of just about every thing----cooking a pizza on the grill?
Post like that will keep you a bbq noob a looong time! #-o[/quote:lb4sf9gi]
LOL, and he's from Texas too! I though they cooked everything over a fire down there...
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Go easy on him guys.......It takes awhile on this board to develop a thick enough skin to deal with you guys.
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Go easy on him guys.......It takes awhile on this board to develop a thick enough skin to deal with you guys.
Not thick skin.....thick bark
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Go easy on him guys.......It takes awhile on this board to develop a thick enough skin to deal with you guys.
Not thick skin.....thick bark
I almost typed bark but....
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Not thick skin.....thick bark
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Not thick skin.....thick bark
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This IS "going easy" compared to what's in the archives.
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I know that Joker, we don't want to scare the new members and ruin Gregs Empire .............Besides this thread is about pizza and I don't feel like locking another thread..........
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I know it's not the place but does anyone have any good pizza recipes for on the grill? You can PM me.
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I know that Joker, we don't want to scare the new members and ruin Gregs Empire .............Besides this thread is about pizza and I don't feel like locking another thread..........
Well, scaring off new members would be a 1st for me ~ Look around..and this was all about grilling pizza, or not. Oh, and getting threads locked is what I do best. If you don't want to be involved.....
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I love keeping it simple. Olive Oil, Garlic, Tomato, Basil, Mozz, Salt and Pepper.

I'd even rather throw a Boboli on the grill then in the oven. I crisp up the top side first then add the toppings and cook it the rest of the way.
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Okay.....I'm sorry...
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There will be plenty of pics of Brex's pit and BBQ when I go home to visit next month. :biggrin:

Lowes sells a version of the Za Grill Pizza griller for less $$$ than the one posted.
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hey bill thanks for the pics. i will try that the next time i'm off. that looked good . i have never heard of doing that . i use a big smoker mostly . a large propane tank that was cut and made into a cooker .
Thats what I use Brex. I build them myself.



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