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I'm making three of my country pizzas tonight. 3-12", one with creamy garlic sauce, the other with bbq sauce. Chopped left over turkey, green onions, mushrooms & sweet pepper, & shredded motz will be picked from as toppings. I'll also cut the butter flavored Crisco for the dough in half, then add the other half in extra virgin olive oil. It seems to make a softer, more bread-like interior to the crust? Will try to remember to get pics at that point...:mug:
 

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3 pizzas in the oven on a pizza stone at 500f. These were fantastic, I'm pretty new to the homemade pizza thing and we have done it twicr on wood fire in the Mexican Chiminea. Today was too windy and we got a clearance deal on these 4 mini stones that are 8x8 each, do you can do mini pizzas ot arrange them how you like. I did 2x2 to make a large square. They are pizza craft brand

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Following icebob again :/ haha

Here's my misshapen but delish bbq chicken pie. Homemade bbq sauce, grilled chicken, black beans, mozz, onions, cilantro and olives

It looks really Great Kev! Following Bob takes balls! Glad you bit the bullet!
 

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3 pizzas in the oven on a pizza stone at 500f. These were fantastic, I'm pretty new to the homemade pizza thing and we have done it twicr on wood fire in the Mexican Chiminea. Today was too windy and we got a clearance deal on these 4 mini stones that are 8x8 each, do you can do mini pizzas ot arrange them how you like. I did 2x2 to make a large square. They are pizza craft brand

Those look great!! Nicely done!
 

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Last night's pies.

Left is a BBQ chicken pizza
Right is a taco pizza. Homemade/marinated carne asada, olive oil brushed crust, black beans, cilantro, onions and olives. Topped after with sour cream and guac. Kinda experimental, turned out great!

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Last night's pies.

Left is a BBQ chicken pizza
Right is a taco pizza. Homemade/marinated carne asada, olive oil brushed crust, black beans, cilantro, onions and olives. Topped after with sour cream and guac. Kinda experimental, turned out great!
Good work Kev. I mean the pies, and that you beat Icebob to the punch, it is pizza night after all.
 

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Good work Kev. I mean the pies, and that you beat Icebob to the punch, it is pizza night after all.






...and one question. Did you put cilantro on for the bake?
Ha! Thanks! Somehow I always seems to follow him too 😕.

Ya. I cook in the oven at 500 though. Don't have one of them fancy pizza ovens. The trick I've found is fresh cilantro. It has more moisture so doesn't burn but gets a little crispy
 

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I'm the road for work this week, so no pizza night...! Still enjoy to see what you guys put out!
 

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No pizzas from me in a while. I am buying clearance pizzas at the Walmart by us. They are 50% off and I buy them in bulk and freeze them. I heat the steel under the broiler and cook them on broil can't wait to try that with fresh pizza.
 

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And for your leftover turkey viewing pleasure-My 12" country-style turkey pizza. Two with creamy garlic Parmesan/Romano cheese sauce, one with bbq sauce-both sauces made for pizza. Cut the shortening in my biscuit crust to 1/4C shortening, adding 1/4C extra virgin olive oil back in. Made the crust soft inside, crispier outside. 1/4 cut string cheese in crust.
Topped with leftover turkey, red, orange & yellow bell peppers, green onions & mushrooms. All that topped with motz/provolone shredded cheese. Baked @ 500F for about 16 minutes.


Great flavor from the bbq sauce one. Less sweet than regular bottled bbq sauce, this one had a savory bite to it. The creamy garlic Parmesan/Romano ones lost the big garlic flavor & got smoother tasting? Rich flavors & filling.
 

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I like the creativity in thise those pizzas @hotwatermusic. They look good as well.
 

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Had people over and made 4 pies yesterday. Hectic and couldn't post, shot pics as best I could. Grilled eggplant. Poached egg, Canadian bacon. Broccolini etc. And the last one was sundried tomato, persimmon, mascarpone, hot honey, and half had pecan. Weird as hell, but my buddy brought the persimmons for a sour and wanted to try it on a pie...
I had a pizza the other day with poached egg and pancetta and it was the best. First time with the egg on a pizza but definitely not my last! Good looking pies!
 

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Have made bread, but first attempt at pizza. I made up the dough and wife did toppings. Basil/tomate sauce, queso blanco, arugula (sp?).

Spread dough very thin, and pushed remainer up at edges to make "pizza bones".

Turned out delicious. :thumbup:

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Made a little scooby snack last night with smoked guyere, Smoked gouda, tomatos, and salchicha. Put it on pre-made naan bread we have with light brushing of olive oil as the sauce. I think I am starting to get the steel dialed in. I put it on broil on the highest Shelf. The one I can't cook on because it is too close to element. It preheats rapidly like this. It makes it like you have warmed the oven for an hour. Then you lower it one shelf and cook the pizza on broil. I learned the hard way that you need really good oven mitts.

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Took another try at a grilled eggplant pie. Tried Japanese eggplant and lost half those suckers to the coals...
 

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For the love of all that's holy would someone please like one of these nonsensical half cocked statements. I'm stuck on 99 over here.
 
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