BlueSpacePictures: I have a presto pizza cooker 16 min lol
Allen Newton: Hi! Have you ever ever tried – Ohine Best Pellet Grills (Should be on Google have a look )? I’ve read a number of interesting reasons for them and my buddy got great results from them.
SuperFoxino: A pizza?????????????????
Lisa Powers: crazy, pizza should take no more than 15 minutes, get it hot and put it on. 40 minutes you are nuts
rahsaun77: Not even gonna lie, my mouth started to water near the end.
Eric Kirchner: turned out pretty good raising it off the base grill grid a bit..
Eric Kirchner: cooking a frozen digiorno right now, decided to use my smoker steel grid tray, and stand it off the grill a bit with bricks... we'll see if tyhis works better.. no doubt, the traeger adds a lot of flavor..
Brian Eibner: Yes i use a stone now just make sure it's dry & you preheat it. thanks for commenting & watching.
Eric Kirchner: Has anyone tried it on a stone? I have the baby Traeger, I think it's worth the upgrade to a larger one, but great grill for intro.. My heat is a little hotter on the left then the right, so i rotate mine, but i think a stone would even the heat out a bit.. Bought the digital thermostate as an after thought...
zimtower: My pellets cost 16 bucks for 20 pounds and it takes about 30 minutes of warming+cooking for a pizza. So it comes out to a few dimes to cook a pizza. Worth every penny :D
PriVacy Matters: \.../ R.J.D. \.../ playing in the background!
Joseph Morales: You just earned another subscriber! great job!
5252dan: brb out getting pixzza!!!!!!
Brian Eibner: @jdalamo Yes I did & it was crispy, turned out great.
jdalamo: Nice! Did you leave it on the Papa Murphy's tray, or did you slide it right onto the grille?
Brian Eibner: @jdalamo Yes I just did a Papa Murphy's on the bottom rack it took about 30 minutes the Traeger was at 325 degrees. Thanks fro watching & commenting.
jdalamo: Trying this tonight with a Papa Murphy's Take & Bake. Have you tried it on the bottom rack at all? Does it get too crispy?