Camping trip was last weekend. It exceeded EVERY expectation. Everyone was loving the pies and I couldn't get them out fast enough. Only two fails.
One: I dropped a dough ball in the dirt. Luckily, I made 8, fearing errors. I dropped it because, stupidly, I was trying to toss it, something I nearly never do. I was trying to toss it because...
Two: I balled the dough 2 hours before baking. Took it out of the cooler and left it in proofing trays. The dough was still pretty tight. It worked out fine though. I had my chef brother in law shaping the dough skins and he did an excellent job.
Nearly no pics. I generally leave my phone off while camping. My sister-in-law took these though. Someone had the idea of making a smores pizza. Marshmellows, butter, chocolate, Graham cracker crumbs, and bits of banana. It was REALLY hard to bake right. I squeezed the edge flat and superheated my steel. Then, I put the pie on a screen to keep the bottom from burning. I watched it closely and once the marshmallows started browning, I layed my peel on top of the back heat guard to keep the flames off. It came out perfect. I HIGHLY recommend this flavor combo.
Thanks all, for your help and advice.