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My first Pizza cook!


St. Johns County, Florida

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  • MaC122MaC122 Posts: 794
    sorry the pics are sideways
    St. Johns County, Florida
  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 26,618
    those musta been pretty heavy pizzas....lighten up on the toppings ;)
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  • MaC122MaC122 Posts: 794
    pizza stone shattered before the cook.... I'm sad

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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 26,618
    happens to the best of us.  Better it cracked before you cooked it than with the pie on it.  I lost one that way.  Consider a baking steel...it's indestructible - but it cooks the crust faster than the toppings, so you have to cook at lower temps.
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  • MaC122MaC122 Posts: 794
    @nolaegghead I will. Thanks. It hear the bge pizza stone is good too
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  • nolaeggheadnolaegghead Posts: 26,618
    It is, very good.
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  • FiremanyzFiremanyz Posts: 901
    Yes the BGE stones are good and thick. The great thing is if you buy it at a dealer it is covered under warenty for three years. My stone was just under a year old when it cracked. I went to a dealer and they replaced it FREE. Now I have a new XL stone and two XL half stones. Not sure what I'm going to use the half stones for but I'll figure something out. So yes I recommend the BGE pizza stone.
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