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Unread 03-11-2013, 11:28 AM   #1
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Default First Pizza on UDS

Had beautiful weather this wknd so I decided to clean out the UDS and try some pizza on the stone i recieved for Xmas. Used some oven cleaner and pressure washer to clean, burned out and reseasoned, threw on a naked fatty (till about half way done), made some 5 min Artisan Bread dough, piled on some ingredients for a Mexican Pizza, threw on the sliced fatty slices, then popped it in the UDS till it looked done. Came out fantastic!! Cant wait for more nice weather to bbq....
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Unread 03-11-2013, 11:32 AM   #2
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Now that's an UDS and a fine looking pie!
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Unread 03-11-2013, 11:49 AM   #3
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Nice Pie!

Do you use wood or just charcoal? What temp do you cook it?
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I used charcoal and some mesquite (from a flavoring pack i received for Xmas as well...basically an aluminum cup filled w/ mesquite chips/sawdust)....i cooked at about 300-350 for about an hour, give or take......
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Nice pr0n!
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Did you preheat the stone?
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i did not pre-heat the stone. I made the pizza right on the stone then put in UDS. I actually had no idea that people pre-heated the stone until i went to post pics on here....turned out fine though
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With a pre-heated stone it probably would have cut your cooking time by half. Next time try 400F if you can get your UDS to maintain that temp.
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nice looking pie! I may try my hand at it with the kettle tonight for first time..I dont own a pizzza stone..so will be using a cast iron skillet..hope to get similar results!!
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Dude that is one UGLY drum But the food that it turns out is fantastic!
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yummy!!!! I need a cast iron stone now
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Looking at your UDS put a smile on my face. That is one UGLY Drum Smoker. Great job on the pizza.
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Man that looks good!
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Looking at your UDS put a smile on my face. That is one UGLY Drum Smoker. Great job on the pizza.
Yes, I grinned a little when I saw that pic! Usually them theones that cook the best. Thats a true UDS there. Ace hardware sells little latches that work great for holding down the lids. Just spot weld em on, my buddy did it and works great, I like your vise grips better though.
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Thanks for the "compliments" on the UDS. She definitely smokes like a dream...just not a pretty dream ;) The vise grips work great, er used to....a few rainstorms seized them up a little. I did however get a cover over the weekend so that should take care of it.....
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