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Smokin, grillin and chillin

post #1 of 8
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I asked my son what he wanted to make today and I don't remember if the 1st word out of his mouth was fatty or ribs. So, we made both. Since they were going to take a while, we threw a couple of pizza's on the grill for the afternoon meal.

Here are some pics. We've got some beef ribs (DINO's), some baby backs, a pizza fatty with jimmy dean, mozzarella, pizza sauce and pepperoni as well as a few pics of the pizzas I did on the grill.
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post #2 of 8
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Here are a few pix of the finished products except the pizzas. They were gone before I got a chance to take pix.

The fatty didn't stay together as well as the one's I have done in the past. I think I'll stick to the 1 pounders for now.
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post #3 of 8
looks like a feast, just add a couple brews and a nap for the perfect day
post #4 of 8
Thread Starter 
Boy, my pictures suck. Hopefully you get the idea. Thanks, Greg
post #5 of 8
yup looks great from here-and pizza don't last long
post #6 of 8
Mighty fine vittles indeed, mighty fine!
post #7 of 8
Good looking chow you had there! Pizza on the grill or in the smoker? Either way sounds great! Any pointers to share if I wanted to do one?
post #8 of 8
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I haven't tried 'em on the smoker but I think they would turn out great!

I had a little problem with them this time as i had one burner on my grill turned up higher than the other 2 to keep the heat up. I ended up with one crust that was much more done on the bottom than the other. If I had done only 1 pizza at a time I would have been fine.

I'm still experimenting though. The 1st time, I used the pillsbury pizza dough that is in the "biscuit section" of the grocery store. I used a recipe I found on the Weber website. Look under the beef section of the "grilling" area of this site to see how it all turned out. Also, do a search for pizza and you will find many, many threads which can likely give you more assistance than I can. Good luck and post pics when you try a pizza. Cya, Greg
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