We had mixed reviews at my house. My homemade pizza gets rave reviews from my family and friends (I use the Quick and Easy Pizza Crust recipe by Chef Rider, adding in basil, oregano, and dried onion flakes; and I use a pizza sauce recipe I got from a magazine on homes and gardening last November), so I went ahead and used that. We had never grilled pizza before, so it was a little awkward at first, but my husband and I got a routine going. The first two got a little burned, but then he started turning it a few times and watching it closer. I always triple the dough recipe, so this made 4 medium pizzas on the grill. The general opinion is that it is good but for all the extra work (at least it was work for us) we'd stick wtih baking it on the pizza stone in the oven. We didn't know how to get the vegetables on top done, but crispy still tasted good. Quite frankly, by the time I had eaten two pieces, I was tired of the grilled flavor and wanting the regular pizza taste. I had a pizza box from my son's bought pizza last night, so I cut the top off and used the two pieces to transport the dough to and from the grill. That worked great.
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We had mixed reviews at my house. My homemade pizza gets rave reviews from my family and...