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@Syzygies pizza with no drip pan. Cooked at 500 same method as always same results 

i thought that I used to do pizza with no drip pan as my drip pan sat on the side of my house for months last year but I couldn’t quite remember since I usually make pizzas on Friday’s and I’m usually enjoying some beers. Sometime this year the drip pan came back to this side of the house and I stated using it again for pizza. Tonight after remembering your post I went no drip pan using my tried and try method and it was perfect 

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20 minutes ago, Troble said:

@Syzygies pizza with no drip pan. Cooked at 500 same method as always same results 

i thought that I used to do pizza with no drip pan as my drip pan sat on the side of my house for months last year but I couldn’t quite remember since I usually make pizzas on Friday’s and I’m usually enjoying some beers. Sometime this year the drip pan came back to this side of the house and I stated using it again for pizza. Tonight after remembering your post I went no drip pan using my tried and try method and it was perfect 

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Looking great- out of interest why would you ever use a drip pan underneath a solid stone? To reduce the direct heat on the underside of the stone?

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Despite some trouble with fitting the roti motor shaft (see my other post), I managed to knock out my first roti cook and my first porchetta.  A bit smaller at 3.5lb (1.6kg)- cooked at 380-400F, direct first 25 min, 40min with drip tray, final 20min without. Superb crackling, and so juicy inside. Simple potatoes on the KK with thyme, rosemary truffle oil. Green salad. Happy days!!! Now to figure out the issue with my roti motor shaft....

 

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Pork tenderloin marinated with olive oil, rosemary, sea salt, black pepper, paprika and brown sugar. Reverse seared and finished in the cast iron pan over the coals. smoked with apple wood. Served with a port red wine & mushroom reduction sauce 

grilled carrots smoked with apple wood 

roasted potatoes with olive oil, truffle salt, black pepper, rosemary & thyme 

my girls loved the pork and the sauce and crushed their meal. They are 4 & 6. Made me happy 

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While I've been cooking off/on lately, I haven't bothered to post them. Last night was grilled corn (not the best - from the grocery store, as the roadside stand isn't open on Sundays) and smashed burgers with pimento cheese (or as we say back home - minner cheese!)

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Plated with a homegrown tomato - very tasty, but seriously messy!

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I've been in their wine club for a couple of years now. I like that all of their grapes are grown on their estate. 

This is my crazy time of summer (fortunately after last year's hiatus!) with golf outings, beer festivals and out-of-town guests, I've been busy. I've been cooking, but just couldn't take time to take pictures and post them. 

Tonight I managed to dodge 2 thunderstorms and cook dinner in the "eye of the storm" - hence, the semi out-of-focus grill pic! It was just starting to rain again.

Local corn (of course!) and peri-peri chicken breasts and a nice side Caesar salad.

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I had two little lambs dropped off on Friday evening.
These had not been weened and weighed 20kg dry weight- 44lbs.
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That leg is probably no more than 2- 3kg.
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Very tender, tasty, moist.
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Flipped over.
Smoked over a handful of green asparagus leaves.
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