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First pizza

I made pizza w/ pepperoni, ham, onions, peppers and cheese. First one was ok the 2nd one was awesome. I used a frozen dough that was real good and real easy.
Clyde Texas

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  • lets try the pictures again.
    Clyde Texas
  • DMWDMW Posts: 9,750
    Looks good, now time to try your own dough next time. I had never done anything with dough before my BGE, pizza dough for egged pizzas got me started, now baking bread as well.
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  • henapplehenapple Posts: 15,589
    Looks like a hit...
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  • There is one problem with pizza on the egg. It will be really hard to eat pizza out ever again.
    Clyde Texas
  • jpuckett said:
    There is one problem with pizza on the egg. It will be really hard to eat pizza out ever again.
    That's not a bug - that's a feature!
    If the world is something you accept rather than interpret, then you're susceptible to the influence of charismatic idiots.

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  • Same here. I just can't bring myself to pay for a pizza anymore that I know isn't as good as what we can make on the egg. FWIW, we just buy our dough from a gourmet pizza place down the street. They charge us $2 for a large ball of dough. We've decided that it's easier than making it ourselves and tastier than frozen.
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