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Unread 11-28-2009, 07:17 PM   #1
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Default Dutch Oven Pizza with Pron

We went to visit some friends at camp today and we put pizza on the menu. I had been talking with Roo a while ago and got the idea. We decided to turn the ovens upside down and make the pies on the lid.
Here is the set up... coals under the lid and on the top of the ovens

Pizzas ready to go...

Notice the fancy pizza peal...

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The finished product...



It was a little tricky doing it this way because someone had to lift up the oven to check the pizza and on one or two the bottoms got scortched. But, considering this was our first shot at it, I claim it to be a success. We had a blast since everyone made their own it got everyone involved. Was it as good as pizza off the BGE?? Nope - but a couple of Dutch Ovens are a heck of a lot easier to transport....
Thanks to Big Al for taking the pictures...
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Cool Idea. Pizza looks good.
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Unread 11-28-2009, 07:31 PM   #3
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Nice setup. Lookin good
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very creative...
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Upside down! I love it. DO cooking is good fun.
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Brilliant results!
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Elly M. Did you read the posts at www.camp-cook.com about the pizzas?

Looks like great fun
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It's waaaaay past my bedtime but I'd hit that just before going to bed!
Gotta fix me some of those cast iron pans!
Looks very tasty LMAJ!
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Pizza! looks good, funny way to make them
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Elly M. Did you read the posts at www.camp-cook.com about the pizzas?

Looks like great fun
Hey there Leonard - I sure did - got some good ideas and had lots of fun with it.
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Great idea, I will have to try that next time I am camping.
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Thanks! Have to give Tom the credit for the idea - he and I were IM'ing one day and he put the bug in my ear -
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nice! nothing like making pizza when camping.

i wonder if you could make the pizza in the bottom of the dutch oven and use the lid on top like when making biscuits. maybe that would prevent burning the crust so much if there was a gap between the cast iron and the coals. use the parchment to lower the pizza into the oven and then lift it out when it's done. i don't know, just thinking out loud.

p.s. i like that peel. i use an old warped cookie sheet.
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i wonder if you could make the pizza in the bottom of the dutch oven and use the lid on top like when making biscuits. maybe that would prevent burning the crust so much if there was a gap between the cast iron and the coals. use the parchment to lower the pizza into the oven and then lift it out when it's done. i don't know, just thinking out loud.
Yep - you sure can. It seems like that is how most folks do it from my research.
This way would be better with a shorter DO and a lid rack (which I left at home....)
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