A: Yes, you put it right on top of two burners. Electric or gas stove, it doesn't matter. My uncle has one like that. It's really neat, and convenient. Hope you make some good food with it!
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Jim's Neo-NY Pie Recipe \ updated | The Fresh Loaf
Jim's Neo-NY Grilled Pizza
Without question, if you try this recipe, do not take any shortcuts, this will be one of the best pies you will ever have and is similar to a Neapolitan Pizza. Really about the only thing besides not using Italian flour that is different, is that we are not cooking in a 900-degree oven, rather a 700+ degree grill (735). The reason for our choice of flour is:
1) The King Arthur Sir Lancelot Flour we use has a high Protein content, higher than that of Caputo 00. More protein, less carbs, helps to make for a light airy, chewy crust. Keep in mind that even with the best flour, improper kneading technique will still yield poor results.
2) The flavor of the Sir Lancelot is my favorite. You will know what I mean when you first just open the bag and sniff. Because we are using American flour and a grill, this means ours can't be called a "True" Neapolitan Pie. So that is why we call this recipe, Neo-New York. This will keep the folks with 1000-degree brick ovens and Italian flour from sending me nasty e-mails.