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pizza

SmokinJSmokinJ Posts: 220
edited 4:06PM in EggHead Forum
Did some frozen pies in a pinch. Pretty good for store bought. I'm working on adding an egg back in the mix. I had an old one and sold it and bought another ceramic. Probably should kept it but I thought one grill was going to be enough.
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Comments

  • Interesting that you got two levels of pies going there. I have always wondered about that. I cant tell what type of ceramic you are cooking on there?

    John - SLC, UT

     Webers, Eggs, Bubba Keg, Smokin-It #3

  • XLentEGGXLentEGG Posts: 205
    Grill Dome in Copper?
    More meat please !! :-)
  • SmokeyBonesSmokeyBones Posts: 190
    That would be correct. Not a bad lookin setup
  • SmokeyBonesSmokeyBones Posts: 190
    Not a bad looking setup
  • SmokinJSmokinJ Posts: 220
    It is a grill dome. I especially love the the two tier swing out grate. It cooks like cast iron. Real heavy duty. I usually do all my meats below and my veggies and potatos up top. Love doing two pies at once
    Thanks for looking.
  • HungryManHungryMan Posts: 3,470
    I would guess two levels since your only heating frozen pizza. If it was homemade or fresh dough it might not work so good.
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