Originally Posted by Uncle JJ
Thanks for sharing this process, Jed. I'll have to ask TQ to make me one of those griddles, so I can try it. Two questions, please: Did you put hot coals on top of the griddle during the cook? How bad was the paint damage? (I love pizza, but I love my smoker more)
I put a shovel full of hot coals on top. The blister is not bad at all!
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