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    KK Pizza

    Kamados lack the top heat needed to brown the top evenly with the bottom. That’s common wisdom. Unless you own a KK. Today’s cook: a pair of South side (of Chicago) thin Crust pizzas. A perfect clone of the legendary Colucci’s in my hometown of Lansing, IL.

    Bubba doing what Bubba does.
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    Two 14”‘ers? No problem.
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    That’s a real beaut, Clark!
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    Always, ALWAYS cut square. We’re not barbarians.
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    There were no leftovers.

    #2
    Mama Mia, that'sa nice lookin a pizza!

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      #3
      Bubba does good! 🕶

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        #4
        Oh yeah! Now that’s some Za!

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          #5
          Actually, any kamado will do it, as long as you get the stone higher up into the dome. My Akorn makes awesome pizza. (Although it is not as cool as your KK!)
          Oh yeah, that is some awesome looking pizza!

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          • FredS
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            Why do you need to raise the pizza? To get the top closer to the reflected heat from the dome?

          • Pequod
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            FredS - yes

          #6
          Great lookin' pies!

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            #7
            What temps do you cook pizza? I'm thinking about trying my first pizza Sunday. Have a grill dome.
            Last edited by FredS; May 9, 2020, 09:21 PM.

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            • Pequod
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              Depends entirely on the dough; flour used; hydration; oil, sugar and malt content, etc. these were done at 450. My NY style dough is best at 550 on a baking steel, 650 with a stone. Follow the Baking directions for your dough recipe for the temp.

            #8
            Beautiful pizza, cooked in a beautiful oven on a beautiful day in VA!

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            • Pequod
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              Literally 1 mile away...and they have trivia night! . That and the 31 wineries nearby. And they deliver, even in a pandemic.

            • pknj
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              My wife went to UVA for grad school and I loved the drive down there- once I got past DC. What pretty country, great food, and great beer!

            • Pequod
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              My son went to UVA for 6 years. We came to love this area. Great place to be. Great community.

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