Drunk_J wrote:Well, not sure on the rest of your answers, but pizza stone should be place in grill for it to preheat with your grill. Might want to experiment on the temp; 750 might be a bit high as you want the pizza done on both sides and not just burnt on one. If you place a heat deflector under the pizza stone you will better your chances of not burning; so I think that is a good idea. Also seems like the higher you get your pizza in grills, the more even they cook.
tcoliver wrote:Tobias, sorry for the delay but I am not familiar with international shipping and I forgot a document and that is why your temp gauge has been delayed. Hopefully all is cleared up and you will recive it in a few days. Let me know when you do.
hOTSAUCE wrote:At the various temps stated in this post, varies from 500 to 700 degrees.
how long to cook? Does any one add smoke?
Fetzervalve wrote:I usually aim for around 500 and it takes about 10 minutes to cook. I try to let it heat soak for 45 mins. I use the accessory upper/sear grill to get it up into the dome. ...
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