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DanKey

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    DanKey got a reaction from JeffieBoy in Hey there!   
    I'm Daniel from Kansas city and I can say that I'm fan of all kinds of grill food. It began wen my friends presented me and my honey a wedding gift wich was electric indoor searing grill. That was almost four years ago and I've already tried to build my own brick oven but it's still not finished. Found out about Comodo just this September and recently got one for myself. Still getting use to it. 
    Nice to meet all of you! 
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    DanKey got a reaction from Colin in Hey there!   
    I'm Daniel from Kansas city and I can say that I'm fan of all kinds of grill food. It began wen my friends presented me and my honey a wedding gift wich was electric indoor searing grill. That was almost four years ago and I've already tried to build my own brick oven but it's still not finished. Found out about Comodo just this September and recently got one for myself. Still getting use to it. 
    Nice to meet all of you! 
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    DanKey reacted to keeperovdeflame in Best pizza stone??   
    I would just use what you currently have and see how it works. use your KJ stones  as a deflector with your pizza stone above that, with the two stone surfaces separated by an air space. (John's Set Up) here is a picture of my version of it. I use ceramic kiln blocks to create the air space but John uses steel end caps and some folks use copper elbows. You want about an inch to an inch and a half gap. My kiln blocks are 1 5/8". Happy cooking. If you choose to get a new stone, like John says, BGE makes a nice one at 14" and 5/8" thick, I have two of those and one by a company called Culinary Couture which is 3/4" thick cordierite and sells for 39.90 on Amazon. 


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