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pizza screens revisited

TRexTRex Posts: 2,714
edited 10:52AM in EggHead Forum
Well, my buddy who knows a guy who works for Pappa Johns snagged me a few of their pizza screens. I used them Friday night for two pizzas, and for the first time ever, I didn't burn the bottom! I was quite pleased. My setup was four firebricks in the |__| position, with grill grate then pizza stone then pizza screen then pizza. Cooked at 500 dome temp for 10 minutes. Wiped the stone down with a wet rag between pizzas. They turned out great. Thanks to whoever suggested using pizza screens![p]TRex


  • QBabeQBabe Posts: 2,275
    TRex,[p]I think that was my hubby, Mr.Hyde. He has been using screens ever since he threw pizzas in a shop many hears ago and swears by them.[p]QBabe

  • TRexTRex Posts: 2,714
    QBabe,[p]Well thanks to your hubby, then. They worked great.[p]TRex
  • AronAron Posts: 170
    QBabe,[p]When using the screens, do you use the platesetter, stone, and screen all together? Or just the screen directly on the platesetter?
    One thing's for sure--it'd finally be easier to keep my pizza in the shape of a pizza rather than the strange shape it always seems to like flopping off my peel into.

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