Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Somtimes it just has to be done, anyone fancy a ribeye?

Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby JEC » 09 Jul 2014, 19:42

Don't think the kid would retain enough heat and also probable to far away to have much of an effect. Worth a go though
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Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby JamsCowbell » 31 Jul 2014, 09:12

Stu_C wrote:I had the same trouble with my pizza. I have a pizza stone, had the weber 57 jammed with hot coals and the temp was just under 300 degrees C, the bottom burned before the top could cook/melt properly. I have meat on top so needed to wait until it was done.


I saw the Weber Academy pizza demo at Grillstock in Manchester, the guy said that all toppings should be cooked and you should never put raw meat on there.

I really fancy the pizza oven addon, but I also like the look of that pizza steel :)
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Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby Stu_C » 31 Jul 2014, 21:43

I saw this and thought it was a great idea, putting a basket of coals on top of the grate... http://www.grilling24x7.com/stone.shtml
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Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby jelyfiish » 26 Apr 2015, 15:13

Stu_C wrote:I saw this and thought it was a great idea, putting a basket of coals on top of the grate... http://www.grilling24x7.com/stone.shtml


Has anybody tried this or has anybody got a working method? About to buy a weber stone at £30/40 but want to make sure it will work well on my 57" weber kettle, thanks.
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Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby Clayfish » 27 Apr 2015, 13:43

Stu_C wrote:
I saw this and thought it was a great idea, putting a basket of coals on top of the grate... http://www.grilling24x7.com/stone.shtml

Has anybody tried this or has anybody got a working method? About to buy a weber stone at £30/40 but want to make sure it will work well on my 57" weber kettle, thanks.


That's how I did it last time I made BBQ pizza. I've got a cheapo pizza stone (from Homebase Autumn sales) - it doesn't cover all of the 22" grill so there's space for a charcoal basket on there as well. It worked well for me. I got 400-500F on lid thermometer (don't have IR therm - yet) and since bottom coals are offset, the stone hasnt cracked.
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Re: Pizza/Wings/Always Learning

Postby jelyfiish » 27 Apr 2015, 21:29

Clayfish wrote:
Stu_C wrote:
I saw this and thought it was a great idea, putting a basket of coals on top of the grate... http://www.grilling24x7.com/stone.shtml

Has anybody tried this or has anybody got a working method? About to buy a weber stone at £30/40 but want to make sure it will work well on my 57" weber kettle, thanks.


That's how I did it last time I made BBQ pizza. I've got a cheapo pizza stone (from Homebase Autumn sales) - it doesn't cover all of the 22" grill so there's space for a charcoal basket on there as well. It worked well for me. I got 400-500F on lid thermometer (don't have IR therm - yet) and since bottom coals are offset, the stone hasnt cracked.


Thanks for this fish, ill probably buy the stone and a couple of baskets.
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