Synopses & Reviews
Americans love pizza and grilling. Put them together and you have your own version of a wood-oven pizza, straight from your own gas or charcoal grill. Updated to include 10 gluten-free recipes, as well as homemade gluten-free pizza dough, this expanded edition of the best-selling Pizza on the Grill has a total of 60 delicious, creative recipes for grilled pizza, along with nibbles and salads to make an entire meal. Readers will enjoy preparing (and eating!) Kung Pao Cashew Chicken Pizza; Pulled Pork Pizza; Blistered Corn, Asparagus, and Pesto Pizza; Pumpkin Palooza Pizza; and Day-After-Thanksgiving Pizza. Traditional classics include Margherita Pizza and All-American Pepperoni Pizza. Each recipe comes with ingredient substitutions plus a drink and salad suggestion to complement the flavors of the pie. Step-by-step instructions and photos for making and grilling the dough ensure success. Grilling pizza in your own backyard is easy. There's no baking stone required and the hot grill creates a pizzeria-style crust to die for!
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.
Americans love pizza and they love to grill--put them together and "Pizza on the Grill" is the result. This cookbook contains 100 recipes for innovative pizzas--including dessert pizzas--such as Thai One On Pizza; Fig, Walnut, and Rosemary Pizza; as well as traditional classics.
About the Author
North Carolina native Elizabeth Karmel was raised on barbecue--at roadside stands, neighborhood cookouts and county fairs--but it wasn't until she moved away from home that the barbecue love affair began. When it wasn't at her fingertips, she had to learn how to smoke it herself and a pit-mistress was born. Karmel, a.k.a. Queen of the Grill, is a nationally respected authority on grilling, barbecue and Southern food. She is the Executive Chef of Hill Country Barbecue Market in NYC and Washington, DC, and NYC's Hill Country Chicken. She developed the award-winning concept, menu and flavor profiles from the meats to the sides and desserts for all three restaurants. As a sought after media personality, Karmel writes for, and is frequently featured in an array of national magazines from Saveur to Better Homes & Gardens, and appears regularly on all three network morning shows. She writes a bi-monthly column for the Associated Press called The American Table. She is the author of three acclaimed cookbooks, Taming the Flame: Secrets for Hot-and-Quick Grilling and Low-and-Slow BBQ, Pizza on the Grill; and Soaked, Slathered and Seasoned: the Guide to Flavoring Food for the Grill. Karmel is also the designer of Elizabeth Karmel's Grill Friends; an innovative line of outdoor cooking and kitchen tools, and the founder of the gender-breaking GirlsattheGrill.com.
Bob Blumer is the creator and host of the Food Network's Surreal Gourmet, and Glutton for Punishment.