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Old 06-07-2009, 08:20 PM   #1
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Pizza party

A buddy of mine has been after me to show him how to do pizza on the grill. I had him and his wife and another buddy with his wife come over today. Of course my 3 kids were home and one had his girlfriend so we all had a blast making these. I did all the toppings this morning and then this afternoon it was make your own pizza. A good time was had by all. The list of toppings to choose from, onions, bacon, mushrooms, anchovies, potato, roasted red pepper, olives, pepperoni, sausage, sundried tomatoes and meatball.

The assembly line


My daughter's


First off the grill


My son's girlfriend's


Another on the grill


Table is ready


My oldests special. He did a stuffed crust.


Stuffed crust
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Old 06-07-2009, 09:39 PM   #2
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Very nice I must say. Looked like you had a wonderful time with family and friends thatís what is all about.
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Old 06-08-2009, 05:24 AM   #3
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Pizzas look great Nick! Who's the old guy with the white hair?
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Pizzas look great Nick! Who's the old guy with the white hair?
Ray Romano.

Great looking pies Nick!
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Must have been a great time. Great pics. Thanks for sharing.

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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
Yeah what kinda tiles are they & where did you git em..

Looks like a fun time & the pies look fine
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Looked like a great time.
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:45 AM   #11
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now that's a party! Can't wait for you to move down here
and invite me over!
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Makes it fun when everybody gets involved. Looks great.
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Looked like a blast Nick!
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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
Travertine stone that was left over from a job we did last year!
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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
Travertine stone that was left over from a job we did last year![/quote:3e4m1j7a]

This is available at any HD or something...or do I have to go to a stone store for it?
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Great lookin pizza and it looks like everyone had a great time.
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[quote=Greg Rempe][quote="Nick Prochilo":wlbagdlg]
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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
Travertine stone that was left over from a job we did last year![/quote:wlbagdlg]

This is available at any HD or something...or do I have to go to a stone store for it?[/quote:wlbagdlg]

You can get it at Home Depot but it won't be a thick piece like this one. I've heard from other folks that they just buy twp pieces from Homer's and stack them one on top of the other. Make sure that when you buy it they are not filled and haven't been polished. When they aren't filled they have pock marks and holes all over the surface. Wash with water only. I heat them slowly on the grill, bringing them to about 550 - 600 degrees. When you put the pizza on them, it takes about 6 or 7 minutes to cook them up. The party was really fun, everybody got a kick out of making their own!
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Looks like a wonderful time!!! Great looking family!!!
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Greg Rempe":1ixb2uec][quote="Nick Prochilo":1ixb2uec]
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What kind of things are you using on the grill to cook the pizza on? Looks good and it looks like you guys had a great time!
Travertine stone that was left over from a job we did last year![/quote:1ixb2uec]

This is available at any HD or something...or do I have to go to a stone store for it?[/quote:1ixb2uec]

You can get it at Home Depot but it won't be a thick piece like this one. I've heard from other folks that they just buy twp pieces from Homer's and stack them one on top of the other. Make sure that when you buy it they are not filled and haven't been polished. When they aren't filled they have pock marks and holes all over the surface. Wash with water only. I heat them slowly on the grill, bringing them to about 550 - 600 degrees. When you put the pizza on them, it takes about 6 or 7 minutes to cook them up. The party was really fun, everybody got a kick out of making their own![/quote:1ixb2uec]


neat idea
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Thanks for the party ideas. Looks great.

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