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bosco    524

With the 23 watch the therm probe with the upper grate and baking stone in. I just pull mine out a bit as I close the dome then drop it back in.  I bent it once. I think I will order a stubby from tel-tru for Those types of cooks 

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Pequod    1,016
3 hours ago, Aussie Ora said:

Where's the pizza lol

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Ask and ye shall receive. There's one of them underway. 

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Pequod    1,016
Just now, MacKenzie said:

HalfSmoke, that pizza is looking great. :):smt023 :smt023 :smt038 I bet it tasted wonderful too. :)

Thanks, it was great! I've been playing around with sourdough lately for my pizza, and the fresh mozzarella came from a local dairy. 

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MacKenzie    2,544

The dough looks like it bubbled up nicely and you are so lucky to have a source of fresh mozzarella so handy. :) I'm lucky if I can find any even that which is shipped in from afar.

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tony b    2,162
5 hours ago, MacKenzie said:

The dough looks like it bubbled up nicely and you are so lucky to have a source of fresh mozzarella so handy. :) I'm lucky if I can find any even that which is shipped in from afar.

Given all your other culinary skills, MacKenzie, I'm shocked you aren't making your own Mozzerella? :shock:

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Pequod    1,016
9 minutes ago, tony b said:

Given all your other culinary skills, MacKenzie, I'm shocked you aren't making your own Mozzerella? :shock:

I have made my own mozzarella. Not that hard once you've done it. Best use for it, though, is to serve immediately with some charcuterie, drizzled with excellent olive oil and aged balsamic. 

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Pequod    1,016
40 minutes ago, FotonDrv said:

I cannot wait to try a baking a pizza on my BB32, make my mouth water to think of it!

 

It really is awesome. The KK does a better job than most at browning the top at the same rate as the bottom.IMG_1657.jpg

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dstr8    323

^ the key (for the benefit of Stephen and other new KK owners embarking on baking) with pizza baking on the KK is to start heat soaking the KK at least an hour (or more) in advance of your bake.  Getting the dome to radiate heat back to the top of the pie balances the much hotter, bottom fire source, stone/steel/crust.   And when peeking at the pie during baking, only raise the lid as much as needed to get a glimpse of what is happening ... preserve that heat bubble!

 

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FotonDrv    385

What temperature were you using HalfSmoke?  I suppose it varies with crust thickness but let me know if I am not thinking straight, lease :-)

 

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