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I had 12 folks over for pizza last knight. Cooked 12 pizza and had great results. Here is a few pictures of the oven and one that shows a cleared oven.
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Old 04-09-2012, 03:57 AM
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Hi morrishuckeba,

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I had 12 folks over for pizza last knight. Cooked 12 pizza and had great results
It seems most unusual for only 1 pizzas to be cooked for 12 people, either they were BIB pizzas or small eaters.
I had mt 3 adult children and their 6 kids (grand children) over on Good Friday for a traditional easter egg hunt and we cooked around 30 pizza for 8 adults and 6 children under 5.
Anyway.looks like ou all enjoyed yourselves and pizzas look good.

Enjoy.

Neill
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Old 04-09-2012, 04:26 AM
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It seems most unusual for only 1 pizzas to be cooked for 12 people, either they were BIB pizzas or small eaters.
I had mt 3 adult children and their 6 kids (grand children) over on Good Friday for a traditional easter egg hunt and we cooked around 30 pizza for 8 adults and 6 children under 5.
Anyway.looks like ou all enjoyed yourselves and pizzas look good.

Enjoy.

Neill
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