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    suggestions for a good pizza stone that won’t brake the bank.
    Thanks in advance for the help

    I have been looking at California Pizza Stones but also pizza steels.


      I use a camp chef italia pizza oven that has a thick cordite stone in it. It seems to hold up MUCH better than the other stones I have used in the past.


        Cordite? texastweeter
        Ya had me double-takin, fer a few, brother!
        Turns out, CC's site sez it's 'cordierite'
        I was thinkin "Dang, pizza's gonna be done in like, two seconds, MAX!!!!"


        • JimLinebarger
          JimLinebarger commented
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          I don't care who you are, that's funny right thar! Talk about your pizza's to go!

        • Mr. Bones
          Mr. Bones commented
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          Oh, Hail Yeah!!! To Go, an then some lol!!!
          (Done have me some experience with cordite munitions, it's why it caught my eye!
          Do Not Try This At Home!!!!!
          Last edited by Mr. Bones; June 15, 2018, 06:24 PM.

        • Willy
          Willy commented
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          But you're gonna have trouble finding a slice...

        Love the pizza steel. Use it not only for pizzas but as a griddle on my gas grill. A workout to move around -I'm gonna guess it's in the 30+ pound range- but pretty bomb proof


          Originally posted by Parcival View Post
          bomb proof

          We've got both a stone and a steel and make pizza often (inside and on the grill) using the steel. It's been a long time since the stone saw any use at all because the steel produces such great results.


            Love to use my Lodge Baking pan. And it fits on 22" BGE or Webber.



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