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  • AlaskanC, Thanks that is the recipe that I left back in Georgia on my computer. Going out now to get all I need. THANKS TO ALL WHO HELPED ON THIS!!!!!
  • Not a recipe, but a lot of non-chain pizzarias will sell you the dough cheap. WIfe got hers at the local deli and bakery.
  • Messed up pic name sorry.
  • Remove stems from shrooms and the gills also. rub on both sides with EVOO (extra Virgin Olive OIl) Sprinkle with combination of pepper, salt, garlic powder, and a little sweet basil. Cook at 750 deg for 2 minutes on both sides. Serve immediately.…
  • Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Might as well sell or give away the gasser because once you get going on the BGE you can never go back. Well have to go check the temp on my shoulder, only 7 hours to go.
  • I still say the BGE gives dizzy pig an unfair advantage against those guys who have to use conventional methods. Until they wise up and level the playing field, I say GO DIZZY GO!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • I have had my LG BGE for over 2 years now and have cooked for 12 people one time. It will handle a whole pork shoulder, or a whole turkey, or 2 rosting hens, or 5 large Porter House steaks, or 3 racks of ribs. It will only do one pizza at a time b…
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