Grilled Pizza

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    Just put this Santa Fe Pizza on the Traeger at about 450F. This is my rendition of a pie from Casey Jones' pizza in Medford, OR back in the '70s. Pretty much a green salsa, Monterrey Jack cheese and a $hitload of Jalapenos. On a whole wheat thin crust that my wife makes. 0720181709_Film3_resized (1).jpg As I wait, finishing watching Malcolm Reed do a whole pork shoulder to perfection. It don't get any better than this!
     
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    all I can say is better get a pitcher of beer to cool your lips on this one
     
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    Any reason for more beer :) Gotta admit though, I'm not nearly the fire eater I was back then.
     
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    depends on the Jalapenos but that many fresh usually are a pill away from indigestion lol
     
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    Yea, fresh can get pretty wild. Always taste them before using blindly.These were pickled and just about right.

    While on the subject of heat, picked up 6 gallons of apple juice to make hard cider out of today, I have some mango flavoring and was seriously thinking of a Mango and Habanero cider. Would definitely do a tincture with the Habaneros.
     
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    Nice lookin pie for sure, but I 'd put a hurting on that shoulder! Hoping I can burn some wood this weekend. Possibly beef ribs loaded with salt and pepper and mesquite in the fire chamber.
     
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    One of the few things I've never smoked or grilled. but on my list. We're big time pig eaters here, so beef usually means a prime ribeye steak. That, and most all of the beef ribs we see around here are made of only 2 components; bones and dollars.

    I agree with salt, pepper and mesquite for beef. My late pit master uncle from south Texas would rise from the grave and kick my a$$ for anything less.
     
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