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  • Thanks Little Steven. My bricks were not split and there was not that much space between the plateseetter (since I got one) and my pizza stone. There will be now though!
  • Back Yard Dan said: The original firebox had more holes, and they were bigger and they tended to break into pieces. If you bought your egg in the last few years or replaced a broken box like I have, you now have the fire box with the slit cut …
  • Thanks all. I have my plate setter now, and the last pie was a bit better, but still not hot enough. I think I will try the tip and put a couple of bricks on top of the plate setter to lift the pie higher. I refuse to give up. Everything else I have…
  • RGTERP, That's a fantastic first pie!  If you arrange your charcoal well before you start, you should be able to maintain 600-650 without a problem.  Bigger lumps at the bottom... Also, you can ditch the parchment paper if you use a peel.  Easier…
  • Here is a picture of my first pie. Tasted great
  • Lesson learned number one. When I make the pizza I need to assemble it on a piece of parchment paper so that I can transfer it to my pizza stone. Question. How can I maintain the 475 degree temperature? I got it up to the right temp, then when I p…
  • Sam, this post has been a bug help thanks"
  • I am going to attemptmy first pizza tonight. I do not have a place setter, but plan on trying g some bricks. I found a nice pizza stone which wad made for the grill, with a spatula for $30. Here's to hoping it comes out as good as everything else I …
    in First pizza Comment by RGTERP July 2012
  • Thanks for the recipe. This will be the first thing that I make on my new BGE. Salmon is soaking in the marinade. I cannot wait!
  • I am going to light up my grill for the first time tonight. Your comments have been most helpful. Thanks.
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