September 3, 2012 at 4:41 PM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

WinnipEGGHeads

Hi Gang,

I like to think I’ve got a pretty good method of making pizza on the Big Green Egg, but I’m always willing to try something new too.  I bought a magazine: Pizza on the Grill by Elizabith Karmel and Bob Blumer (picked it up at the airport as reading material for my flight).  I bought it just to get some new ideas for pizza topping combinations.  It has dozens of different pizzas in it.  But it also teaches all about grilling pizza on the grill with no special equiment such as stones, peels, etc.  Now I use both a peel and a stone in my usual method, so this intrigued me, and I wondered if it would be as good.  So I had to give it a try.  We tried it first while out in Quebec on vacation on a gas grill, and again at home on the Big…

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