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post #21 of 25
Brian you wouldn't have to turn the pizza like the pizza kettle..it won't have the edge against hot coals
post #22 of 25

The Stone heats evenly, no turning needed. You will find with a little practice that at XXX*F a Pizza takes Y minutes in a covered Kettle, Oven or Smoker for that matter. At 375*F that is about 20 minutes, at 875*F that same pizza takes 1.5-2 minutes...If you're Lookin' you ain't Cookin'...JJ

post #23 of 25
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LOL  Great advice Jimmy.  And thanks for the algebra lesson as well!  Ok. We start with the stone. 

post #24 of 25

I plan to make my own pizza kettle. from what I have read it is super easy and way way cheaper than buying one. Also fyi I heard that if you have the kettle( or home made version) you get much better results by adding a foil wrapped grate on top of the pizza kettle. it Allows heat to get to 1000 degrees and do a pizza in 90 secs or so 

post #25 of 25
I use a pizza stone placed on two bricks wrapped with Alum Foil in my 22" OTS. Works great. Just keep turning it so one spot does burn.
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