Happy TravelsDave & Shell2011 Toyota Landcruiser Altitude2010 Spinifex Off-Road Van http://dave-shell.blogspot.com
Shell wrote: HI all,Last night I tried to cook a pizza in our baby Q - unfortunately it didn't turn out too good, burnt base and just cooked on topWe had it on a Pizza tray sitting on the Trivet on Low - does anyone have any suggestions?Thanks Shell
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Yummo, Shell! What size (brand or homemade) pizza is that?
It is homemade pizza on pre-made bases - cant think of the name in a red and green box in freezer section at supermarket. But now we use pita bread for thin pizzas -yum!
Thank you, Rod. This might sound like a silly question, mate, but what could we cut it with? I was thinking we'd have a look when we get there, and if it doesn't look like it would fit, we could always resort to the official Webber pizza stone I guess. No doubt it will cost more, but at least we'd have one!
Just look for a building site with bricklayers working there, they'll cut it in no time..
Life is too important to be taken seriously!!!
Was in Aldi this morning, pizza stones, 33cm with a cutter and a little stand for $7.99, hope this helps.
I must be a binge thinker. I do it a lot at times, then, not much at all.
That's one helluva fine-looking fish you have there in your profile pic, Rod! What kind is it?
Mine was a bit dearer a few months ago at the Warehouse. 33 cm. Chef's Companion with Stand, for $ 10.00.
Thanks Rod. I'll check out both places. What a whopper! Lots of good fillets on that one!Hubby's caught the big barra, but not me - not for want of trying though. We went charter fishing up at Karumba particularly to snag a barra, and although we caught plenty of other fish, we didn't manage the biggie until we went charter fishing again up the Endeavour River at Cooktown. Hubby had such a grin on his face!