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Grill-Top PizzaQue Stone lets you cook your pizza on the grill

Making homemade pizza always makes it taste better for some reason. Cooking the pizza and getting all the dough and toppings to the right temperature, however can be a bit of a task. As you canít really stab your Italian pie with a thermometer over and over again, you may want to look into getting a Grill-Top PizzaQue Stone. This is one of the only ways Iíve heard of that will make sure your pizza is evenly cooked and give you that stone brick oven taste.

As there is a temperature gauge built into the detachable stainless base, you wonít have to worry about over or under cooking your food ever again. Cleanup for this would be a breeze and you wonít have to worry about cutting into a metal pizza pan when your serving up slices. As summer is coming up, spending $57 for some well-cooked homemade pizza seems to be reasonable. This applies especially to those who would rather use their grill for a pizza than steaks or hot dogs.

2 Comments

  • I have this stone for my Weber. My 1st (and last) attempt at making a pizza with it ended in complete disaster – pure carbon, ruined aluminium 'stone topper' and very upset kids…….

    ……I'd spent ages with the kids making pizza from scratch – they were very proud of their efforts. I put the stone in the BBQ with the thought "the hotter the better" after reading somewhere that pizza ovens are really hot. This turned out to be a fatal assumption.

    I see this has a neat little base with a thermometer, which should be an improvement over my sorry efforts!

  • A couple of unglazed quarry tiles for $0.25 each from the home improvement store and a $12 pizza peel from the restaurant supply store work better than any fancy setup I have ever seen. Heat the stones, throw the pizza on, close the cover, and wait two minutes.

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