I could certainly see where you thought I might have that Enterprise pizza cutter. While I'm a fan of the show, it is not part of my lifestyle like that. I did have a model of the original Enterprise when I was a kid, but it's long gone and there's no other Star Trek memorabilia around this house. I will admit that's a cool pizza cutter though, thanks for the link.
I didn't want to inadvertently hijack jsperk's pizza post thread, so I'll mention here I'm actually doing a brisket today. By the time that's done the gaskets going to get used for high-temperature cooks. It may or may not be broken in, but I'm dying to make some steak... and pizza... and paella.
I've got to give the paella some thought. Originally I was thinking that was one of the things I would still do on my gas grill. In reading some of the threads about ceramic cookers on the Naked Whiz website I was intrigued to see that they said the BGE is ideal for making paella. The only problem as I see it, is some of the ones I've done it involved two other sautÃ© pans in addition to the paella pan plus I'm using the sideburner to heat some of the broth. Perhaps what I will do is use the gas grill for the two sautÃ© pans and for heating the broth like I do now. And I'll finish off the paella after all ingredients are added together in the paella pan on the
I can already tell on the fuel. My chickens took an hour and a half at 325 degrees. This morning when I opened up the grill there was an area of charcoal about 6 Inhes in diameter that had turned gray but wasn't burned through yet. The stuff was hardly touched!