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Pizza set up

How do you folks set up the grill for a pizza. I am cooking on the PS I believe that is to hot. It did happen but I was to embarrassed to take a picture. 

XL & waiting for my Mini Max Bloomington MN.
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  • cazzycazzy Posts: 6,717
    Do you have a pizza stone and BGE feet? You can do something like this if you do:

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    I don't have a plate setter so I don't know if the legs should be up or down but the stone on feet is used by many folks.
    Just a hack that makes some shitty BBQ...
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  • caneggercanegger Posts: 524
    edited May 2013
    PS legs down grill then stone. Works good for me so far.
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  • dougbackerdougbacker Posts: 277
    edited May 2013
    PS legs down, Pizza stone, and Jiffy corn muffin mix on the stone I do my pizzas at 450 to 500 and they turn out great

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    Large BGE, 
    Mini BGE
    36" Blackstone Griddle
    Phoenix Gasser
    Cyber Q WIFI

    And a deck box full of toy's


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  • dougbackerdougbacker Posts: 277
    Here is a pic of one of my pizza's
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    Pizza Bottom.jpg
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    South Dakota
    KBØQBT
    Large BGE, 
    Mini BGE
    36" Blackstone Griddle
    Phoenix Gasser
    Cyber Q WIFI

    And a deck box full of toy's


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  • JustacookinJustacookin Posts: 221
    Thank you can't wait to try again. I threw it right on the plate setter legs down. With to much flower under it to get it of my peel. Corn meal next time also.
    XL & waiting for my Mini Max Bloomington MN.
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  • JustacookinJustacookin Posts: 221
    Doug mine was not round either one looked like a Kidney the other looked like a heart wish it would have been Valentine's day.
    XL & waiting for my Mini Max Bloomington MN.
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  • dougbackerdougbacker Posts: 277
    @Justacookin I like using Jiffy corn muffin mix instead of corn meal, Kinda adds a sweet flavor to the crust. This came kinda by mistake. Went to get the corn meal and it was gone, So I saw a box of Jiffy and thought, "This will work". Have been using it ever since


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    South Dakota
    KBØQBT
    Large BGE, 
    Mini BGE
    36" Blackstone Griddle
    Phoenix Gasser
    Cyber Q WIFI

    And a deck box full of toy's


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  • JustacookinJustacookin Posts: 221
    Will try that thanks.
    XL & waiting for my Mini Max Bloomington MN.
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  • njlnjl Posts: 785
    I thought the recommended way was platesetter (legs up), and then place the pizza stone on the cooking grid.  That (or with a few thin bricks to raise the stone off the grid) is what I've done.
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  • Charlie tunaCharlie tuna Posts: 2,191
    I go legs up, grid then stone. But either way works.
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  • SkiddymarkerSkiddymarker Posts: 6,187
    Legs up on setter if temp is over 500, if under 500 you can use legs down. I like a space between the stone and the setter. 
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  • Mattman3969Mattman3969 Posts: 3,790
    Legs up on setter if temp is over 500, if under 500 you can use legs down. I like a space between the stone and the setter. 

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  • TonyATonyA Posts: 551
    I don't know if pizza pans are considered heracy but I've been using my woo, stone and grid with the pans going right on the grid with great results. About 6 min at 700 deg. Today was the first time my egg got over 750, to about 1200. I backed it down to 700 to cook but I definitely took some life out of that gasket lol.
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  • ddeggerddegger Posts: 244
    PS with legs up, then grid, then grid extender , then stone. Getting it higher in the dome works really well. I like to cook at 600-650. Good luck!
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  • Solson005Solson005 Posts: 1,905
    I use the method @cazzy posted unless I go two tiers then I go legs up with the ceramic grill works swing rack and start it on the bottom and finish up high. 
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