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    Default Pizza on the weber

    Well I have done pizza before but I usually use boboli shells.Got ambitious and had the kids help me.

    What a mess!!!!

    I am calm now.

    The bricks made the stone too high so I used some little Terra cotta pots instead.



    Italian sausage,Linguica,and meat balls on the grill.




    On the stone.






    Finished



    Mine was beef,mushroom and onion.



    Too bad they liked it now I will have to do it again!
    Paul

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    That looks fantasticcccccccccc.
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    Great looking pizzas. I'm gonna give it another shot soon using the method Shiznit suggested.
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    I like the rustic look.

    Thanx for sharing Paul.

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    Looks like some good eatin' from here.
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    That looks really good. Have you ever tried it without the stone?

    JR

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    You're a good daddy Paul. Messes are okay (when you look back). Looks like a good time and some good eats buster. Thanks for sharing it with us.
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    Very cool, Paul! Keep on making those memories for those kids....it's worth the mess.
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    Great looking pizzas Paul, I bet they were tasty too..
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    Quote Originally Posted by VvvJRvvV View Post
    That looks really good. Have you ever tried it without the stone?

    JR

    I have done boboli on a pizza pan but not uncooked pizza dough.
    Paul

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