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    Me too! The chicken was great!
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    Always a trend setter for new techniques.

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    Is that pizza what they mean when they say "deep, dark golden brown"?
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    Its clearly 'GBD' - gruesome black disaster

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    I know some of those guys from the egg forums that is classic. That is a good site with the used egg, egg book price list updated annually. Don't know how I missed that before.

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    Damn dude, damn.
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    Two options that can make cooking pie on a BGE or any grill a bit more pleasant is either a pizza screen or deep dish pans. If you use screens (you can get them cheap on flea-bay) youst be sure NOT to press on the dough when saucing or putting your toppings on. You don't want to push the dough into the screen. With deep dish pans I put the dough in a sprayed pan and then sauce it allowing the crust to rise an hour or so before I toop the pies and cook. You can do Detroit style this way as well with square pans. Now I just have to figure out how to cook on the BGE and drive the Dream Cruise at the same time!

    Dave

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