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Unread 10-26-2013, 04:59 PM   #1
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Did my second cook on the Black Stone. Pepperoni one was done in the two minute mark. Pic makes it not look as good as it did. Flash made it brighter. It was not as blonde looking as the pic.
The second was fresh mozzarella. I domed and really could have done with out doing that.

I have a couple steaks for tomorrow. Debating if I should reverse sear. Low heat in kettle or ceramic then blast it in the black stone on my cast iron griddle. I may just blast with high heat the whole time on the b.s.
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Looks great! How are u liking the oven so far?
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Looks great! How are u liking the oven so far?
Thanks. I love it. I definitely like using this much better than my kettle or ceramic for making pizza, hands down.

I wish I bought it sooner. I could have used all summer when it was nice out.
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Nice looking pies.
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That second pie looks amazing!
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Thanks. I love it. I definitely like using this much better than my kettle or ceramic for making pizza, hands down.

I wish I bought it sooner. I could have used all summer when it was nice out.
Thats awesome. Ive got their 36" griddle and love it. They make decent products reasonably priced.
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Nice pizzas! I hope that you will enter them in the Special National Pizza Month throwdown!

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=172227
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Nice pizzas! I hope that you will enter them in the Special National Pizza Month throwdown!

http://www.bbq-brethren.com/forum/sh...d.php?t=172227
Thanks. I will enter the one pie and one from last week. I just don't think my stuff looks as good as others.
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Nice lookin pizzas.
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Looks very tasty..... makes me want to put one on the off-set and run it hot.
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That second pie looks fantastic...

If it's producing that with relative ease, I can see how that's so much more user friendly than the kettle pizza ... I really need to think about getting one now.

thanks for the pics...
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That second pie looks fantastic...

If it's producing that with relative ease, I can see how that's so much more user friendly than the kettle pizza ... I really need to think about getting one now.

thanks for the pics...
It's so much easier than running the kettle pizza.

I got some real good results with the kettle pizza but I was inconsistent with the results. Sometimes I had issues getting the pie turned quick enough.
I like that in this I can make up to a 16 inch pie. I had to like 12/13 inch in kettle or I issues.

Now I just need to get better and stretching bigger pies out.

I took the second pizza pic outside. The first was in my kitchen. No matter what I try for settings in my kitchen my pics come out bad because of the lighting.
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