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cooking pizza directly on the platesetter?

danhoodanhoo Posts: 10
edited November 2011 in Root
is a pizza stone required?

the platesetter feels abit rougher than a pizza stone.

what diameter is "ideal" for a large BGE?

tnx

Dan

Comments

  • BBQMavenBBQMaven Posts: 1,041
    Dan
    Wouldn't recommend at all. The temp of the P/S is way too high. You need a stone that has airspace between it and the P/S. Allow the stone 45 minutes to come up to temp before the first pizza is put on. 
    Kent Madison MS
  • Don't do it!! I did once, not good. Buy the BGE stone for your large there pretty good.
  • BBQMavenBBQMaven Posts: 1,041
    Dan,
    I don't have a gasket, so I could care less about temp and position of plate setter... here is how I cook pizza

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    Kent Madison MS
  • danhoodanhoo Posts: 10
    Thanks for the posts.

    I wasn't able to reply because I wasn't yet approved.

    I asked for and  recieved a pizza stone for Christmas and made my first batch of pies a couple of nights ago.

    they were awesome.
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