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Dr of BBQ

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Smoked Pizza? Tue, 04/28/09 1:35 PM (permalink)
This looks interesting and I may buy one and try it in my smoker.


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    Re:Smoked Pizza? Tue, 04/28/09 2:35 PM (permalink)
    Dr I have cooked pizza on the grill and usually it is placed directly on a pizza stone I have heated up to 500 degrees. Just keep and eye on it and the results are really good.

    Dennis in Cary

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      Re:Smoked Pizza? Tue, 04/28/09 3:20 PM (permalink)
      I do grilled pizzas all th time, but never tried a smoker.  Interesting.

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        Re:Smoked Pizza? Tue, 04/28/09 4:43 PM (permalink)
        Smoking the pizza gives a more authentic taste in my book. Think of all the wood fired ovens that get lauded up here and the rest is simple.

        Dennis in Cary

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          Re:Smoked Pizza? Wed, 04/29/09 9:40 AM (permalink)
          If you are thinking about using your grill for cooking pizzas, I highly recommend the 2stone:

          There are several models to choose from.  I bought the cheapest one which just sits inside my gas grill.  This is especially good if you are trying to replicate a Neopolitan-style pizza crust as the fibrament stone is great for giving off heat.

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            Re:Smoked Pizza? Tue, 05/5/09 9:29 AM (permalink)
            Dr of BBQ, I've owned this grilled pizza stone for about 4 weeks now and I love it!  I recently had 20 people over to the house (3 bday parties in a row) and made pizzas and calzones all day long.  Nothing beats wood smoked pizza, and my friends loved it.  I think a few of them went out and bought one too after the party. 
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