I'm getting into making pizza on my 22" Weber kettle grill. On the "introduce yourself" forum, the comment was made that my pizza photos show plenty of heat from my pizza stone but not enough reflected heat baking the cheese & toppings. I was pointed to the Little Black Egg thread and told I should also consider lining my lid with foil. Sounds good to me. Problem is, that thread is some 80 pages long, and the original poster didn't discuss HOW he attached the foil to the lid (or at least didn't in the first post). It's going to take a LONG time to dig through each page, so I thought I'd ask here:
What methods have you people used to attach foil to the inside lid of a Weber kettle? I'd like to continue to use it as my steak-and-burger grill, so permanent modifications would be unfortunate. (Not out of the question, I suppose, as Weber is very good about selling replacement parts. I could just buy a 2nd lid.) I though about spraying it with highly reflective paint, but I fear there might be toxins released with high heat, and that would be bad. Very bad. Magnets won't work -- aluminum isn't magnetic.