Thursday, May 10, 2012

Green Egg Pizza Cones?

You may have heard of Purple People Eaters - but Green Egg Pizza Cones?

So, what's a pizza cone you ask?

Pizza fun for the entire family! Our set includes everything you need to make delicious pizza at hometwo pizza cones, two dough cutters and a crimper, plus a recipe and instructions booklet. Just roll out pizza cone dough and cut using the included cutter. Moisten the edges of the dough with water or egg wash and fold the dough in half. Run the crimper along the outer edge to seam the cone; allow to rest for 10-15 minutes. Slip dough on the pizza cone mold and bake 6-7 minutes until cone begins to brown. Remove from oven or grill and let cool for two minutes before removing from the mold. Place the cone into the pizza cone stand, fill with your favorite ingredients, return to oven and bake until golden and bubbly.Set features nonstick finish for easy cleanup. Hand wash with a mild dishwashing soap, rinse and dry immediately. Please use a mitt or glove for safety

Now, we personally haven't tried them on the Big Green Egg yet, but we bet they could very well be out of this world!

American Quality: Sur La Table products made right here at home!

Monday, May 7, 2012

A Steel Kamado?

With the success of  "The Avengers" movie, we couldn't resist a little super hero reference - no not the "Man of Steel", but the Kamado made of steel! It's relatively cheap and we wonder how hot the outer surface gets to the touch, but it's always good to see the differences between the various Kamado options available. And we got a  kick out of the ingenious heat diffuser fashioned by the author of this video!