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Old 08-12-2015, 04:50 PM   #1
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I've worked out at the gym this morning then came home and put in 5 hours on yard work and I'm tired. I don't really want to cook anything and while digging through the freezer I found a frozen pizza left over from the last grandkids visit. I'm not about to fire up the oven and heat the house up so I've got it outside on the grill. I've never done this before and don't know if it can even be done but I'm going for it, worse case it's going to be a trip to a fast food store. Has anyone on here ever tried this before?
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Old 08-12-2015, 05:08 PM   #2
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If your talking propane grill with adjustable heat, just get your grill hot and stick it on some foil and let it heat up like in the oven. I have never done it myself but like you said there is always fast food if it fails. Good Luck!
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If its a 'frozen pizza' from a grocery store, from a box? Stop man!!! That garbage will terminate you. Better to go to bed hungry.
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My drunken arse actually tried that once and I recommend putting it on a pizza pan...

I'm sure I would have enjoyed it had I not passed out and woke up hours later to find a hockey puck under the lid of my grill.....
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Old 08-12-2015, 05:35 PM   #5
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I'm in the process of consuming it and it's better then out of an oven. I have a 4 burner natural gas grill so I lit up all 4 burners and brought the sucker up to 600+ degrees to clean the grates. Then I turned off the 2 center burners and turned down the outside burners to establish a 400 degree environment. I piled on some extra's like cheese and meat and put the sucker in there for 20 minutes. It came out much crisper then doing it in the oven on the stove and it didn't heat up the house. You guys have to try this it really works and taste great.
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Old 08-12-2015, 10:31 PM   #6
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Great tip, Chuck. High heat is critical when doing pizza. I use a pizza stone from Pampered Chef.
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Hmmm. I see your problem, and once again, I have the answer.

If you're going to prepare a pizza--even garnish it with additional treats--you'll need a mezzaluna.

I wonder where you can buy one...
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Old 08-13-2015, 06:04 AM   #8
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I've got one of these......... it works.
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It cooked it directly on the grates but I'm wondering what difference a pizza stone would make.
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It cooked it directly on the grates but I'm wondering what difference a pizza stone would make.
Alex, for 500 dollars: What is more even cooking with a pizza stone?
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