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Old 10-15-2011, 06:44 PM
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i spread the coals over the floor an place the grill over the. I let the grill heat up for 15 mins and then pull it out and place the mean on top. The heat in the grid seals the meat nicely then I push it back over the coals and cook it - turning it once during the process.
Thanks Rossco, I'm thinking about giving some ribeyes' a go of it next weekend. We have been enjoying the pizza so much it is a hard habit to break! Tonight we had our regular pizza plus we made a desert pizza. Brown sugar, cinnamon, and pears. Cooked then added a mixture of ricotta cheese, confectioners sugar and vanilla on top. Boy, I may gain all the weight I lost while building the oven and then some! lol I still follow your pizza dough receipe and the dough is fantastic!
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Old 10-15-2011, 07:52 PM
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The ribeye will be fantastic John - pizzas may even seem a bit "boring" once you are making different things in the oven!

I use mine right down to making toast!! On Thursday night I made pork cutlets, roast potatoes, onions and pumpkin, Friday morning was bacon, eggs, grilled tomato and toast (one pan used). Saturday lunch was pork rashers, with herbed baked potatoes in foil. Saturday night was sausage in toasted Turkish bread ... and so it goes. So versatile - but reverting back to pizzas and bread in between for variety.

Good to hear that you like the pizza dough recipe!
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Old 10-16-2011, 03:34 PM
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Howzabout a link to the pizza dough recipe?.......please?
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