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    Happy pi-day! Pizza on Weber Genesis

    Pizza is pretty much my favorite food. And I enjoy making it at home. I was first inspired to give it a try when a classmate of mine opened up a pizza truck in the Chicago area.

    I use Bobby Flay's dough recipe.
    ​​​​​​Open up a giant can of Nina's tomatoes from Costco, drain it while the dough rises and crush them by hand.
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    I have the Weber rectangular pizza stone. I tend to have difficulties transferring from counter to peel to grill, do I often use parchment for the first couple of minutes and then pull it out from under the half cooked pizza.

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    Toppings usually pepperoni for the kids, spinach and garlic for my wife and today sausage and pepperoni for me. I threw a frozen link on the grill while the first two Pizzas cooked do I wouldn't have to worry about undercook sausage.

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    Pizzas turned out great, first time in a couple of months that I have made these. But once I start I'll probably do this a couple of times month throughout the summer.

    Bottom of the pizza looks great. Top is missing the char on the crust, but I'll take it. Click image for larger version

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    #2
    Wish I had been there for that! Looks really good!

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      #3
      Great lookin' pies for sure.

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        #4
        Good looking pi’s. I’m guessing that you just forgot to include in the description the circumference and the area of each because you were enjoying eating them.

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          #5
          That’s some good lookin’ pies right there,,,,
          maybe it’s time you start lookin’ for a truck !!!!!!

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            #6
            Tip for transfer issues- once dough is stretched to desired size/shape, place on a well floured, wooden peel, then put on sauce and toppings. Pizza will slide right off onto stone. I also use a metal peel once it’s on the stone to rotate and remove. Uncooked dough does tend to stick to metal peel, so I use that one only once the pizza has hit the grill. I’ve seen our local pizza place use both wooden and metal peels for this reason.
            Your pizzas do look delicious!

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            • BabelBBQ
              BabelBBQ commented
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              Yeah I need to get a wooden peel. I only have metal.

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