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Unread 01-20-2009, 08:25 PM   #27
leanza
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Originally Posted by SpammyQ View Post
Wow, great idea using the tiles to create a brick oven. Could you do that with a baking stone?
I believe you could. The ones in the pic are from Home Depot. The tiles are plain clay no glaze Mexican tiles, about $1.50 each.

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Amazing looking pizza! Just curious, did the bottom of the crust turn out crispy?
The bottoms came out perfect not burnt, nice shade of light brown and crispy.

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Originally Posted by Single Fin Smoker View Post
Very nice Tommy boy!
Now, where did you get those cool stones? Also, have you thought of doing this on your weber kettle?
Good job brother!
Fin, I did some on a Weber at a backyard comp last year as anthing but and we came in 2nd or 3rd. It can be done.

Brothers need to hit up pizzamaking.com get some real good info.
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