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Re:Hurricane-Pandemic Pizza For Picnic Lunch

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Posted by: Spring Chicken aka Printemps Poulet on 2020/09/16 14:29:05  

In Reply to: Re:Hurricane-Pandemic Pizza For Picnic Lunch posted by kmac1036 on 2020/09/16 13:45:06

Thanks. They do turn out pretty, but 'pretty' isn't everything.

In answer to your question, from frozen on a 400 degree, large Egg with plate setter legs up, grid, and Emil Henry pizza stone for 22 minutes, rotating once.

Personally, I could have taken two burrito size flour tortillas, added some shredded cheese between them, then piled on all the same ingredients (sauce, sausage, peppers, onions, black olives, pepperoni, and cheese) and cooked it the same way, with better results in the same amount of time. I know this because I've made a bunch of them that way.

But the emergency pizzas were 'at the ready' if needed. We no longer need them.

One popular brand was so bad we just scraped off the top onto tortillas and cooked again. Much better.

Printemps "Most DIY (do it yourself) Is Superior to BIY (buy it yourself) Poulet

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