A few more pizza pictures

Post in 'The Inglenook' started by fishingpol, Jun 30, 2012.

  1. fishingpol

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    Beautiful warm night up here. A hot oven and a few cold ones to top it off. Neighbors joined us for dinner. We sent them home with a plateful of leftovers.


    Firing...

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    Up probably over 800. Pegged thermometer. I learned to only feed so much at a time. I used wrist sized 8" long oak and maple. Raging secondaries.

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    First one in the line up was a regular cheese.

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    Black Olive.

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    Chicago deep dish. Sausage and sauteed mushrooms.

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    Deep dish barbecue chicken,carmelized onions, mozzeralla and goat cheese. This could have used a few more minutes on the crust. The oven was cooling with the coals raked out and taking longer to cook.

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    Drool. Yer killing me!
     
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    I'll take #3.
    Thank you.
    Gotta' go wash the bib.
     
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    Dammit FP! Now I got slobber all over the keyboard.[​IMG] I can almost smell that pizza!
     
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    I've got a spare bib here somewhere, Scotty.
     
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    If FP keeps this up, I'm gonna need it Dave!! I'm ready to eat! [​IMG]
     
  7. fishingpol

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    I will say, I am pizzaed out for a few weeks. I'll try something different next time maybe quesadillas or baked stuffed shells. Something along the lines of hot, meaty and cheesy.
     
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    I grilled some pizza yesterday and it was good, but didn't look anywhere near as good as that.

    I wonder if you could turn the temp way down and toss a pork shoulder, brisket, or bird in there?
     
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    The oven is almost like a regular kitchen oven. Fire it hard for an hour or so, remove the coals. The temp will gradually lower over a few hours. Put the food in at the temp you need it to cook at. Roasts, lasagna, yeah chicken. I'm going to try other meals in it.
     
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    Olive looking yummy!
     
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