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Grilled Pie: The Surprise Your Cookouts Have In Store For Summer

Make It Indoors or Out This BBQ Season

By Hadley Tomicki ·
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Grilled blueberry pie.

That sounds like an idea humanity can really get behind.

And with barbecue season pending, Primo Grill just hatched a baking stone you can use in your conventional oven or outdoor grill to char such things as pizza or pie, regardless of the weather.

The 13”, U.S.-made stone holds more food than most pizza stones and is crafted from ceramic, evenly distributing heat for better flavor and an evenly browned crust. It’s got a pronounced thickness, with both a glazed and natural side, enabling you to bake bread, casseroles, pie and other foods prepared over indirect heat, while also allowing you to utilize your grill’s hot spots if you’re simultaneously sizzling meat or other direct heat dishes.

 You can use it on your grill, letting your pizza or pie pick up charcoal’s ashy kiss, or stick it in your indoor oven if you don’t have time or ability to heat up the barbecue.

You can pick one up for $53 online.

Nay, you should pick one up for $53 online.

Hadley Tomicki lives in Los Angeles. He is probably going nowhere on the 10 Freeway this very second.

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