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californiasmokin
11-23-2008, 08:54 PM
.Made pizza with wife and kids.This is Pepperoni.Sorry no finished picks.Did this the other night.Good family event.First time using the pizza stone on the weber.Next time I might try a couple bricks under the stone was too hot at first.

http://i372.photobucket.com/albums/oo165/californiasmokin/0e07b0cc.jpg

The sausage was a Hillshire Farm Chipotle.Half the chicken was marinated in sweet chili sauce and half was rubbed .


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Finished

http://i372.photobucket.com/albums/oo165/californiasmokin/6063fb20.jpg


Thanks for looking.

SmokyOkie
11-23-2008, 09:07 PM
Offhand, I'd have to guess the sweet chili chicken was the better of the two. Would that be correct?

All looks great to me.

Chargrilled
11-23-2008, 09:11 PM
:whathesaid: all looks good, try some smaller pizzas with flour tortillas as crusts!!! They are to die for.


Where did you get the stone??

californiasmokin
11-23-2008, 09:15 PM
Offhand, I'd have to guess the sweet chili chicken was the better of the two. Would that be correct?

All looks great to me.

I am saving the rubbed chicken for leftovers to make my chicken,green chile and jalapeno burrito's and panninis so I took them off a little sooner. But I really enjoy the sweet chili sauce chicken.
Neighbor brought over some crab so actually most of this meal is still around.

Kids cut up fruit and dipped them in caramel and chocolate for dessert.

californiasmokin
11-23-2008, 09:25 PM
:whathesaid: all looks good, try some smaller pizzas with flour tortillas as crusts!!! They are to die for.


Where did you get the stone??


We made the dough from a bag.It was fun for the kids and came out pretty good.My pizza had the chipotle sausage,Hot Italian sausage ,Pepperoni and sliced jalapeno.My company delivers Boboli pizza crusts. I just like to get the kids involved.

The stone was a gift from my brother.They are pretty readily available.

Chargrilled
11-23-2008, 09:40 PM
ya know after reading my wife is going to try a similar thing for her kids (preK)



I am think bout gettin the drum involved just because I can go there and be in action within 20 min. Just dont know bout the stone,:shrug:

Thats why I asked.

Good lookin vittles BTW:thumbs up:

californiasmokin
11-23-2008, 10:16 PM
ya know after reading my wife is going to try a similar thing for her kids (preK)



I am think bout gettin the drum involved just because I can go there and be in action within 20 min. Just dont know bout the stone,:shrug:

Thats why I asked.

Good lookin vittles BTW:thumbs up:

Probably would be more even temp on the drum than the grill.