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Old 01-28-2018, 07:02 PM   #1
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Did a pizza on the Humphrey's for the first time tonight. Just a simple layer of Veteran's Q BBQ sauce, Italian Cheese, leftover sliced pork tenderloin, and fresh mozzarella.

I didn't want to go nuts, so I cooked it at 400. I don't think I will need to go any higher...I was happy with it.

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Old 01-28-2018, 07:06 PM   #2
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You and Humphrey did good.
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Man that looks good! Thanks
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Yummmmmm!!!!!!
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Looks good! I have yet to try pizza on my Humphrey’s so thanks for posting yours.
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Nice. I do love pizza and that one looks great.
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Yum! Good choice on the sauce, too.
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For the pizza do you dry smoke, or use water in the pan? About to pick up my Down East Beast in a week and trying to get ideas.
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For the pizza do you dry smoke, or use water in the pan? About to pick up my Down East Beast in a week and trying to get ideas.
I have never used water in my pint. I have cooked with 4 fire bricks in the water pan basically since I got it. I am sure there are people that turn out great food that use water but the idea has never really made sense to me :)!

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