Pizza on the Grill: 100 Fun and Fabulous Fire-Roasted Recipes

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Americans love pizza and Americans love to grill—put them together and you have your own made-at-home version of a wood-oven pizza, straight from your gas or charcoal grill. "Pizza on the Grill" contains 100 recipes for innovative, just-got-to-make-it pizzas—including dessert pizzas—that will make you the backyard patio grill meister or mistress of your neighborhood—think Thai One On Pizza, Pulled Pork Pizza, and Fig, Walnut, and Rosemary Pizza, along with traditional classics like Pizza Margherita and Little ...

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Overview

Americans love pizza and Americans love to grill—put them together and you have your own made-at-home version of a wood-oven pizza, straight from your gas or charcoal grill. "Pizza on the Grill" contains 100 recipes for innovative, just-got-to-make-it pizzas—including dessert pizzas—that will make you the backyard patio grill meister or mistress of your neighborhood—think Thai One On Pizza, Pulled Pork Pizza, and Fig, Walnut, and Rosemary Pizza, along with traditional classics like Pizza Margherita and Little Italy Pepperoni Pizza. Each recipe will contain music-to-grill-by and drink suggestions, as well as appetizers and salads to round out the meal and make this a one-top entertaining resource.

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Editorial Reviews

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"Offers 100 recipes, 51 for the fire-roasted disks and the rest for the 'nibbles and noshes,' dips and salads that add to the fun of pizza-centered dining, lunching and brunching." — Sybil Pratt,  BookPage
Library Journal

Karmel is a barbecue expert and author of the excellent Taming the Flame; Blumer is a cookbook author and host of the Food Network series Surreal Gourmet. Here, they provide a detailed introduction to cooking pizzas on the grill, along with 50 delicious recipes ranging from classics like Margherita Pizza to unusual creations such as Bollywood Chutney Chicken Pizza. Most recipes include beverage suggestions as well as variations, and there is a separate chapter on appetizers and salads. For most collections.
—Judith Sutton

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781600850066
  • Publisher: Taunton Press, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 5/13/2008
  • Pages: 154
  • Sales rank: 125,879
  • Product dimensions: 6.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Meet the Author

ELIZABETH KARMEL is a nationally known grilling expert and the creator of Girls at the Grill, a company that encompasses her grilling consulting and writing, grilling products, and GirlsattheGrill.com web site. She is also a frequent instructor at New York's Institute of Culinary Education and is a member of the Swine and Dine BBQ circuit team. Prior to forming her own business, Karmel handled publicity and culinary initiatives for client Weber Grills for a decade.

Elizabeth Karmel grew up in North Carolina and was raised on barbecue. She further honed her grill skills handling the marketing/public relations and culinary initiatives for her client Weber-Stephen Products Co. (Weber Grills) for a decade. She is a cookbook author, as well as the resident grilling consultant for "Fine Cooking" magazine. She has also written for "Cooking Light, Bon Appetit, Saveur, "and "Redbook" and has appeared on Food Network and Today. In 2004, Elizabeth launched her own line of kitchen and grilling tools call Grill Friends; her basting brush won a Silver Trophy at the 2005 Fancy Food Show and was the only brush recommended by "Cook's Illustrated," beating out top national brands.
Bob Blumer is the creator and host of the award-winning Food Network show Surreal Food and author of four cookbooks. His new series, A Glutton for Punishment, is on Fine Living channel in the U.S. and on Food Network Canada.

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Table of Contents

Basic Training: Grilling Pizza: Charcoal vs. Gas, The Dough, The Sauce, The Toppings, The Cheese, Finishing Touches, Equipment, Professional Secrets for Pizza Perfection, Common Grilled Pizza Problems & Solutions
The Classics: Queen Margherita Pizza, All-American Pepperoni Pizza, Sausage & Sweet Pepper Pizza, Mushroooom Pizza, Very Cheesy Pizza, Presto Pesto Pizza
Marvelous and Meatless Pizzas: Fire-Roasted Veggie Pizza, Blistered Corn, Asparagus & Pesto Pizza, Magic Mushroom Medley Pizza, White on White Pizza, Lucy in the Sky with Pizza, Tri-Pepper Pizza, Forty Olive & Pimento Pizza, Fire-Roasted Tomato & Cabrales Pizza
Seaworthy Pizzas: Smokin' Salmon Pizza, Drunken Shrimp Pizza, Maine Event Lobster & Corn Pizza, Crab & Artichoke Pizza, Puttanesca Pizza, Clams Casino Pizza
Porkilicious Pizzas: Grilled Pineapple & Pancetta Pizza, BBLT Pizza, Prosciutto & Parmigiano Pizza, White Bean, Italian Sausage & Rapini Pizza, Croque Monsieur Pizza, Yukon Gold Rush Pizza, Greens on White Pizza, Country Ham & Fig Pizza, Queso Fundido Pizza, Fenneliscious Pizza, Pulled Pork Pizza, Spanish Fly Pizza
Tastes Like Chicken: Chicken Caesar Pizza, Kung Pao Cashew Chicken Pizza, Thai One on Pizza, Bollywood Chutney Chicken Pizza
Big & Beefy Pizzas: Black n' Blue Steak Pizza, Bacon Cheeseburger in Paradizza, Gaucho Pizza, Nacho Libre Pizza, Deconstructed Onion Soup Pizza, The Great Greek Pizza
Morning Glories: Green Eggs & Ham Pizza, Cinn-O-Bun Pizza, Artichoke Benedict Pizza
Sweet Thangs: Port-Drizzled Fig & Stilton Pizza, Caramelized Pear & Roasted Walnut Pizza, OrangeChocolate Truffle Pizza, Funky Monkey Pizza, Caramel Apple Pie (a la Mode), Very Berry Pizza
Other Good Stuff: Nibbles & Noshes, Salads, Pizza Pantry
Index

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  • Posted October 6, 2011

    BUY this book HIGHLY RECOMMENDED

    Pizza on the grill is a delicacy. I never though of cooking pizza on the grill until I got a new grill that came with a pizza stone? I thought that was weird but is has opened us up to a delicacy of food that is unimaginably awesome to eat. I funny part is my new pizza stone for the gril has yet to be used. This book is full of GREAT RECIPES and has great tips/instructions to teach you how to make the perfect GRILLED PIZZA - if you have never had a grilled pizza made over a charcoal fire? - you owe it to yourself to do it - EVERY PIE HAS HAD MY FAMILY BRAGGING HOW THEY HAVE NEVER HAD PIZZA THIS GOOD! and trust me we have had pies from all over the country but NONE compare to home made on the charcoal grill ! Can't wait to try ALL the included recipes. Remember the book is only the beginning, it will give great insight for making your pies but the possibilities are only limited by your imagination.

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