One batch usually gives me about 3 14" pies.
Try to find the red bag of caputo 00 flour locally...I found mine at Whole Foods. If you have a organic/clean eating type of super market, i would start there. They also sell it on amazon.
Ok. There are many great recipes out there and you'll never go back after you start making your own.
I personally use this recipe:
I use one of zippy's recipe for deep dish. Several people …
@cazzy I cheat, I buy it from a local pizzeria. I want to try making my own but have limited time due to having a 2yo running around.
I have a soon to be 3yo and 6mon so I understand. However, it's really easy as you can just make it the evening b…
To get the top to finish I have had better luck preheating the egg at 500 and then when the pizza goes on open the vents fully and cook about 10 minutes. Final temp usually ends up around 600.
@Lit thanks, I'll give that a go next week.
Lump Reducing Ring
Baking Steel (patiently waiting)
I'm sure I …
The spider is good to put a CI grid on to get you closer to the lump for searing. It's also good to get your stock grate at felt level. I also use it inverted on top of my PS with a stone on top for pizzas.
I live in Northern NJ and don't know of anyone else who has one accept my BIL who bought his after sampling what came off of my egg. None of my friends or family knew what an Egg was until I bought mine, know they always asking what's for dinner ;)
This is one from the Smoke Ring forum and is hugely popular there. I have made it numerous times and love it.
Hope you like it.
@BuckeyeBob thanks for this suggestion. Made it yester…
I used mine last weekend for the first time. I thinks it's the coolest thing to be able to make changes in temp from my phone. I did learn that the controller is a bit temperamental in cold weather.
One thing I need to look into is weather proofing…
mo egg said:
Buy 10 bags and get free shipping http://www.firecraft.com/product/ozark-oak-lump-charcoal/hardwood-charcoal
How does Ozark Oak compare to WG as far as smoke taste goes? The wife prefers no smokey flavor except what we add to the cook…
I like this one:
1 cup white vinegar
1 cup cider vinegar
1 tablespoon brown sugar
1 tablespoon cayenne pepper
1 tablespoon hot pepper sauce (e.g. Tabasco™), or to taste
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon ground black pepper