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discuss your grilling triumphs, failures, and plans here
« on: May 12, 2013, 06:41:27 PM »

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I am likely to attempt ground linguica, fruit kababs and donuts tomorrow night. Three firsts. Something should come out good.  Anyone try that before?

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« Reply #1 on: May 12, 2013, 07:03:00 PM »

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Doughnuts on a grill, that's a first one  :o

I typically try to keep it simple, and use good coal. I guess I subscribe to the Italian culinary philosophy: get good ingredients and try not to spoil them.
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grilled pizza...always a winner

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« Reply #4 on: May 12, 2013, 07:57:14 PM »

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grilled pizza...always a winner
genius. This is next up on the list. FREAKIN GENIUS!  So do I buy frozen pizza or use left over pizza? Aluminum foil?

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« Reply #5 on: May 12, 2013, 07:58:01 PM »

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Doughnuts on a grill, that's a first one  :o

I typically try to keep it simple, and use good coal. I guess I subscribe to the Italian culinary philosophy: get good ingredients and try not to spoil them.
my understanding is you gotta cut the donuts in half

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« Reply #6 on: May 12, 2013, 08:16:15 PM »

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salmon... soon. can't wait

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« Reply #7 on: May 12, 2013, 08:24:39 PM »

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genius. This is next up on the list. FREAKIN GENIUS!  So do I buy frozen pizza or use left over pizza? Aluminum foil?

Never tried it with left over pizza.

I like to make my own pizza.  Usually I just use non-frozen pre-made dough (I guess frozen would work too, though).  First I lightly grill the topping-side, then flip the pizza and grill the bottom side.  You'll need to use foil while grilling the topping side, but isn't needed to grill the bottom (it's crispy enough at that point as to not slide through the grill).  Then while the under side is cooking I add my sauce/cheese/toppings. Just make sure not to put the sauce/cheese/toppings on until after you've grilled the topping side-that would be messy  ;)

I love grilled pizza mainly because you get a real nice crispy crust...and the grilled flavor.

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« Reply #8 on: May 12, 2013, 08:41:21 PM »

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grilled pizza...always a winner
genius. This is next up on the list. FREAKIN GENIUS!  So do I buy frozen pizza or use left over pizza? Aluminum foil?

Never tried it with left over pizza.

I like to make my own pizza.  Usually I just use non-frozen pre-made dough (I guess frozen would work too, though).  First I lightly grill the topping-side, then flip the pizza and grill the bottom side.  You'll need to use foil while grilling the topping side, but isn't needed to grill the bottom (it's crispy enough at that point as to not slide through the grill).  Then while the under side is cooking I add my sauce/cheese/toppings. Just make sure not to put the sauce/cheese/toppings on until after you've grilled the topping side-that would be messy  ;)

I love grilled pizza mainly because you get a real nice crispy crust...and the grilled flavor.
always wanted to try that.  thanks for the tips

best pizza I've made is refried pizza but that's a different topic

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Made my own BBQ sauce from scratch last night, delicious
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grilled pizza...always a winner
genius. This is next up on the list. FREAKIN GENIUS!  So do I buy frozen pizza or use left over pizza? Aluminum foil?

Never tried it with left over pizza.

I like to make my own pizza.  Usually I just use non-frozen pre-made dough (I guess frozen would work too, though).  First I lightly grill the topping-side, then flip the pizza and grill the bottom side.  You'll need to use foil while grilling the topping side, but isn't needed to grill the bottom (it's crispy enough at that point as to not slide through the grill).  Then while the under side is cooking I add my sauce/cheese/toppings. Just make sure not to put the sauce/cheese/toppings on until after you've grilled the topping side-that would be messy  ;)

I love grilled pizza mainly because you get a real nice crispy crust...and the grilled flavor.

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« Reply #11 on: May 12, 2013, 08:46:28 PM »

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grilled pizza...always a winner
genius. This is next up on the list. FREAKIN GENIUS!  So do I buy frozen pizza or use left over pizza? Aluminum foil?

Never tried it with left over pizza.

I like to make my own pizza.  Usually I just use non-frozen pre-made dough (I guess frozen would work too, though).  First I lightly grill the topping-side, then flip the pizza and grill the bottom side.  You'll need to use foil while grilling the topping side, but isn't needed to grill the bottom (it's crispy enough at that point as to not slide through the grill).  Then while the under side is cooking I add my sauce/cheese/toppings. Just make sure not to put the sauce/cheese/toppings on until after you've grilled the topping side-that would be messy  ;)

I love grilled pizza mainly because you get a real nice crispy crust...and the grilled flavor.
always wanted to try that.  thanks for the tips

best pizza I've made is refried pizza but that's a different topic
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« Reply #12 on: May 12, 2013, 08:54:11 PM »

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Another fav of mine is grilled lobster

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Skewers are always good. Marinated shrimp, beef, chicken, catfish bits, portabellas and other veggies.  A peanut coconut satay dipping sauce. 

Roasted baby red potatoes and corn on the cob.

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« Reply #14 on: May 12, 2013, 08:56:01 PM »

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Another fav of mine is grilled lobster

Ooh--how do you do that?