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Pizza On The Grill? Yes You Can - From Gas and Charcoal Grills to Kamados, We Show You How!


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You want to make the best pizza? Here's what you need to know from thin crust to deep dish, Naples to Rome, Detroit to New York, baking stones to steels, grills to pizza ovens, reliable dough recipes to the best topping combinations, and everything in between. read more
Tailgating can be as simple or as fancy as you want it to be. Here's your ultimate guide to the gear, the recipes, and the planning tips that will make your next party in the parking lot the best ever. read more
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grilled pizza
Grilled pizza is closer to brick oven pizza like you get in Italy or France than anything you can do indoors. A great pizza is incredibly easy to make from scratch at home, even the dough, and once you try it you'll never want delivery pizza again. Here are the secrets to making and grilling a perfect pizza at home. read more
Mystic Pizza
Recipes for the world's most important types of pizza, Neapolitan, Roman, New York, Chicago, White Clam, Focaccia, Calzone, Provencal, and more. read more
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Here are the tools necessary for making great pizza at home. read more
Inside a pizza oven
For the best Italian style pizzas or rustic breads, nothing beats a wood-burning oven/forno. Built for use indoor or out, built-in or portable for caterers. read more
Grilled Margherita Pizza
Perfectly crisp and full of deep smoky flavor, grilled Margherita pizza comes closer to brick oven pizza like you get in Italy or France than anything you can do indoors. Unlike many pizzas that go overboard with toppings, grilled pizza Margherita is a simple, yet elegant, blend of dough, cheese, tomatoes, and basil. read more
Margherita Pizza
Create delicious Neapolitan style pizza on the grill thanks to this no knead pizza dough recipe. True authentic Neapolitan pizzas have a tender, pillowy bottom with big blistery bubbles in it after cooking very quickly over extremely high heat. When cut, it is pliable and bends easily under the weight of toppings. read more
grilled pizza
Great grilled pizza begins with a great pizza dough such as this simple-to-follow recipe for no knead Roman-style pizza dough. It can be used for thin crust or thick crust, and even for focaccia. When followed precisely, the recipe's end result is a crispy, smoky grilled pizza similar to that from a brick oven. read more
Chef Marc Vetri shaping Naples style pizza dough
Renowned Philadelphia chef Marc Vetri shares his recipe for Naples style pizza dough from his book, Mastering Pizza. It's the perfect dough for making grilled Neapolitan pizza in a kamado. read more
tomatoes oil and salt in bowl to make pizza sauce
The best pizza sauce is also the easiest. Tomatoes, olive oil, basil and salt. What more do you need? You can blend up this sauce right in a tall 1-quart container. Then use it make the pizza of your dreams. Or refrigerate it for a few days. read more
kamado grilled sausage pizza
A grill makes a crisp pizza, and kamado style grills offer distinct advantages. Here's how to make sausage pizza on a Big Green Egg or other kamado, including techniques and recipes for grilled pizza from renowned Italian chef, Marc Vetri. read more
caramelized onion pizza
A French twist on traditional Italian pizza, the pissaladiere packs a ton of flavor in the form of caramelized onions, olives, garlic, anchovies, and herbs. Taking it one step further, this recipe for the classic sauce and cheese free pissaladiere is cooked on the grill, rendering it perfectly crisp and smoky. read more
grilled pizza
Grilled pizza comes close to the brick oven style pizza we all love but without the cost of installing a brick oven. Here is a rustic grilled pizza recipe that features Capicola, a traditional cured and lightly smoked pork product from Naples, related to bacon, and some good examples are made in the US and Canada. read more
pepe's white clam pizza finished
Pepe's on Wooster St. in New Haven CT is one of the most famous pizza places in the world, and their most famous pie is the White Clam Pizza. Duplicating Pepe's pies is impossible, but you can come close at home with the right ingredients, and a little love. Here's the recipe for creating a delicious white clam pizza. read more
Brat burger with beer cheese sauce
When it comes to great burger recipes, this is the best of the 'wurst featuring a grilled bratwurst patty, charred peppers and onions, and a rich and creamy beer cheese sauce all served on a pretzel bun. Why decide between a bratwurst and a burger when you can have both in this mouthwatering brat burger recipe. read more
uuni 3 pizza oven with gas burner
You'll love making pizza outdoors in the Uuni portable pizza oven. The standard model is wood fired with pellets, but we prefer the optional gas fired system and award it our Gold Medal. With the gas burner, pizza doughs and toppings cook perfectly with slightly charred bubbles and leopard spotting on the crust. read more
ThermoWorks IR-IND Industrial Infrared Review
Read our full review of the ThermoWorks IR-IND infrared and thermocouple probe thermometer that got a Gold Medal for quality and performance. read more
Pizza oven with red refractory front and shiny steel top with a chimney. laced on a metal frame with shelves underneath in a backyard with green grass and a wood fence in the background.
Pizza Party is a very good wood burning pizza oven that is relatively inexpensive and easy to assemble. We tested this versatile oven and awarded it our AmazingRibs.com Gold Medal. It has a dome that is high quality stainless steel inside and a painted aluminum exterior with a ceramic fabric insulation. read more

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