Pizza on Weber Kettle with Mr. Bar-B-Q (and giveaway)

Over the holidays my friends at Mr. Bar-B-Q offered to send me out one of their grill accessories to use.  They also offered to give another set of whatever they sent as a giveaway on the blog.  I couldn't pass up a chance to get my readers something nice so I accepted.  (Note:  This is my way of saying, so I'm in compliance with all stupid laws and rules, that the pizza grilling kit I'm going to talk about here was free to me.) This isn't so much a review of the Mr. Bar-B-Q Grill Stone Pizza Set they sent me, but a review of my pizza making skills, which are somewhat lacking.  The pizza stone and giant pizza spatula, I  hesitate to call it a pizza peel, worked great.  Mrs. Grail bakes an awesome pizza in the oven so I attempted to duplicate her efforts on my 26 inch Weber Kettle.  Take a look at how I did it and offer up some suggestions at the end in the comment section for your chance to win your own Mr. Bar-B-Q Grill Stone Pizza Set.

Keep in mind this is a Weber 26 inch Kettle which is considerably larger than the 22 inch most people have in their backyard.  The first thing I did was fire up a whole chimney of charcoal and once it was ready form it into a ring around the bowl.  Because of the size of the kettle I needed to add some extra charcoal.  Once all the charcoal was hot I placed the pizza stone on the grill.

For some reason, I’m not quite sure why, I thought it would be a good idea to have the pizza stone a little higher up into the dome lid so I placed the pizza stone on top of my GrillGrates.  I’m not sure if this was a good idea or not.  I’ll need to try this again without them to see how the process goes.

The pizzas I cooked seemed to take longer than I would have anticipated, about 15 minutes.  I don’t know maybe that’s the right time frame, but it just seemed like a long time.

The flavor was great and Mrs. Grail’s Pizza Dough Recipe was fantastic but for some reason I just wasn’t satisfied with the results.  I was hoping for more of that “wood fired pizza” flavor.  It just wasn’t there.

Here’s what I would do next time to try to improve.

I think I need a much hotter kettle than I had.  I didn’t the get the temperature in the dome over 400 degrees.  To do this I need to either use more charcoal or use my smaller 22 inch kettle.  Is the ring of charcoal a good idea?  Or should I have spread it out?

I’ll probably try using the pizza stone directly on the grate instead of trying to raise it higher.  Thoughts?

Want to win a Grill Stone Pizza Set from Mr. Bar-B-Q so you can make great pizza outdoors?  Here’s how to get an entry:

  • Leave a comment here about cooking pizza outdoors.  It can be a comment about how you’d like to do it for the first time, it can be a comment about how I can improve my pizza making skills. Just leave a comment.  You can leave multiple comments for multiple entries, but not more than once a day.
  • Next if you have a Facebook account you can get an additional entry by “Liking” this post on Mr. Bar-B-Q’s Facebook Page.  (You’ll need to “Like” their page first, please do so.)
  • You will also get one more entry if you “Reshare” the link on Mr. Bar-B-Q’s Facebook page.

On the morning of January 28th all entries will be transcribed into an Excel spreadsheet.  A number will be selected using a random number generator at Random.Org.  And that will decide our winner.  Winner will be notified that morning via email and/or Facebook!  Easy?  I sure hope so…

Thanks to Contestgirl for the promotion!

 

 

224 Comments on Pizza on Weber Kettle with Mr. Bar-B-Q (and giveaway)

  1. amy marantino // January 12, 2012 at 8:46 am //

    i have never done it before, but look forward to trying

  2. THAT is a beautiful thing! We typically roast a whole pig, or smoke several briskets for out church campout each summer, and my bbq partners and I always save a little for toppings on out grilled pizza the next night, one of the highlights of camp! I’d LOVE to win one of these and try in out on top of my La Caja China!

  3. Your pizza looked edible, but it looked like the crust needed more browning. I love the pizza spatula/peel, who makes it? I often make pizza on my Big Green Egg and do a double pizza stone on top of the grate, I let it get up to about 600º, make sure my dough it thin and the toppings only barely need cooked, melted or warmed. I do love experiments, keep at it.

    • Just for the record the first picture is about half way through the cooking process. The very last pizza picture has much more browning. As for who makes the giant pizza spatula/peel. It’s in the blog post…Mr. Bar-B-Q.

  4. Is this made just for 22 inch kettles and up? Or would this work on the 18.5 inch kettles?

  5. The pizza looked great. I cant wait to go and get one of these. Our team uses 3 22,5 WSM for Competitions, and this would be a great addition to have for a nice friday night dinner before a comp.

  6. Dustin Wunschel // January 12, 2012 at 9:33 am //

    Would definitely love giving pizza on the grill a shot. Have seen it on the Internet many times but haven’t tried it yet!

  7. Tasty pizza. I love the set-up!

  8. I do pizza in my Big Green Egg often and love them. I haven’t tried it in a Weber Kettle. Do you know what temperature the kettle was running at? I do my pizzas at 550 degrees and they take 10 – 12 minutes depending on the toppings.

  9. I’ve made pizza on my weber, but directly on the grates. The stone looks like it would be a great way too.

  10. I’ve done this before but without the stone. I’d love to try it, BBQ and pizza are my two favorite foods

  11. Christine Jensen // January 12, 2012 at 11:49 am //

    I have never tried cooking pizza outside, but would love to give it a go :)

  12. Scott Parkins // January 12, 2012 at 11:51 am //

    I love pizza on the grill. A blazing hot fire creates the best cracker crisp crust.

  13. I’ve grilled pizza before. The way I’ve generally done it is to put it directly on the grate. I also cook it with no toppings for a few minutes, then flip the crust over, and add the toppings then.

  14. Christine Jensen // January 12, 2012 at 11:52 am //

    I liked them on facebook and reshared :)

  15. It’s been a while since I’ve made pizza outside on the grill, but I’ve done it a few times with some nice success (once with french bread and once with portabella caps as the crust).

  16. I have never in my life attempted this but I would LOVE to try!

  17. That looks so tasty :-)

    I tried out a pizza stone on my weber kettle last weekend, but placed mine over high direct heat rather than your ring of fire. It would be interesting to try out both methods, to see how the results differed.

  18. Bryan Moiles // January 12, 2012 at 1:01 pm //

    I love pizza on the grill! I sue the smaller kettle and spread the charcoals, the pizza stone needs to be really hot to get it crispy. I usually get my grill to 450-475 and let that stone heat up (not raised), moving quickly I add the toppings. I always coat the edge of the crust with some olive oil, gives it a nice finish and keeps the dough a little more moist when cooking. Close the lid 8-10 minutes and I get a gorgeous pizza. Once removed from the grill I top with fresh herbs (generally basil or thyme) and let it rest for a minute or so.

  19. Kevin Byrd // January 12, 2012 at 3:16 pm //

    I have never tried grilled pizza but would love to.

  20. Christopher Sorel // January 12, 2012 at 3:59 pm //

    Can not wait to try pizza on a my Big Green Egg I just picked up today. Sausage and cheese is hwat I like

  21. i just aquired some equipment for grilled pizza, but i am lacking a recipe…. so could you be a swell fella and point us in a good direction towards one?? maybe the MRS. would let you share?? :D:D

  22. It has been many years since we have made Pizza on the grill,but I can still remember the taste!

  23. I like this post on FB~Deb S

  24. I’ve done pizza on a gas grill but not tried it over charcoal. I think you should put the charcoal directly under the stone to get it more hot.

  25. We make pizza on the grill without a stone but my husband recently showed me an ad in a catalog for a stone and thought we should try it.

  26. Penny Snyder // January 13, 2012 at 3:20 am //

    Have not made pizza outdoors yet – really want to try!! grammypenny@frontier.com

  27. Here is a good recipe to use!

    Ingredients
    • 2 teaspoons dried yeast
    • ½ teaspoon salt
    • 2 ½ cups plain flour
    • 1 cup warm water
    • 1 tablespoon olive oil
    Homemade Pizza
    Makes Approximately Two 8″ x 12″ Pizzas
    Directions
    1. Combine yeast, salt and sifted flour in large bowl.
    2. Gradually stir in water and oil until wet and dry ingredients are combined.
    3. Turn the dough onto floured surface; knead about 10 minutes or until smooth and elastic.
    4. Place dough in large greased bowl and cover with damp towel. Place in warm place until
    dough has doubled in size, about 30 minutes.
    5. Turn dough onto floured surface, knead until smooth.
    6. Divide dough into 2 portions.
    7. Mold pizza dough to required size and place on a flat floured tray or Pizza Shovel.
    8. Assemble the pizza with your favorite topping
    Cooking Directions
    1. Place your pizza stone in the center of the BBQ. For multiple burner grills, place pizza stone over unlit burner. For single burner
    grills, turn the burner to the lowest setting available.
    2. Preheat your grill for 20-30 minutes with opposite burners on high and low heat with the hood closed. The temperature should
    be approximately 375F to 400F degrees.
    3. Sprinkle stone with flour or cornmeal to prevent sticking. Place pizza dough on flat floured tray or pizza shovel before adding
    topping. After adding the toppings, use a short, quick jerking motion to transfer pizza to hot stone.
    4. Adjust the grill to med-high and close the hood. Bake for 10 to 20 minutes until crust is golden brown and cheese is completely
    melted. Cooking time will vary depending on your grill’s temperature.
    5. Carefully remove pizza from grill using a pizza shovel. Do not remove pizza stone from grill until cool.
    ** Tip – If you have a back burner, turn it on low and rotate the pizza once during cooking.

  28. Christopher Sorel // January 13, 2012 at 6:23 am //

    Just picked up a BGE and so going to try this once I get a round stone. Have square that will not fit.

  29. Christopher Sorel // January 13, 2012 at 6:24 am //

    shared you facebook post with my peeps

  30. dan schultheis // January 13, 2012 at 6:38 am //

    I have never cooked a pizza on the grill, looks like an awesome way to get a little smoke flavor too!

    Dan

  31. Sign me up. I’ve wanted to try this for some time. I do worry about getting it hot enough, though…

  32. Now THIS is a survival skill that I MUST teach my 12 year old.

  33. Mary Calabrese // January 13, 2012 at 1:11 pm //

    I never ever thought of cooking pizza on a grill but this looks fabulous.

  34. Deborah Wellenstein // January 13, 2012 at 4:34 pm //

    I have had pizza on the grill; it is fabulous!

    dwellenstein at cox dot net

  35. I make pizza on the grill all the time.

  36. I’ve only tried pizza on the grill once and that didn’t turn out so well1

  37. Never had pizza on the grill, can’t wait to try it now..

  38. Chrystal Davis // January 13, 2012 at 8:24 pm //

    I love making mini pizzas on the grill, especially with grilled veggies on top of them. YUM!!!

  39. Bryan Woo // January 13, 2012 at 8:50 pm //

    I would recommend using direct high heat that is an even layer directly beneath the stone. You want the temperature to try to get over 600 degrees so hard wood or lump would be a good idea. To ensure even cooking you may want to consider rotating the pizza halfway through the cook. Be sure to use cornmeal on the bottom of the pizza to ensure easy transfer and rotating.

    • I should also mention that not all pizza stones can handle 600+ degrees so you may want to check before cranking up the heat

  40. tracy davis // January 13, 2012 at 9:39 pm //

    We have a BBQ but have never tried to cook pizza on it.

  41. I’ve never cooked pizza on a grill, so it would be interesting to try

  42. renee walters // January 14, 2012 at 12:40 am //

    I have never had pizza on the grill, but I can’t wait to try it now!

  43. renee walters // January 14, 2012 at 12:40 am //

    I like you on Facebook as Renee Walters! Thanks so much for the fantastic giveaway!
    Renee Walters
    Bored2quickly@hotmail.com

  44. Marilyn Wons // January 14, 2012 at 1:42 am //

    I cook frozen pizzas right on my grill rack outdoors and it works.

  45. Josephine Greco // January 14, 2012 at 5:11 am //

    Would be nice to win this prize.

  46. Deborah Wallin // January 14, 2012 at 5:54 am //

    we are regular campers, so cook a lot outdoors, but I neveer thought about making pizza outdoors. My kids would love to have pizza on a camping trip.
    wallindeb@yahoo.com

  47. Deborah Wallin // January 14, 2012 at 5:59 am //

    I like this post on Mr. Bar-B-Q’s Facebook Page
    wallindeb@yahoo.com

  48. This sounds great, pizza on the grill, I would love to try ti!

  49. Edward Olenik // January 14, 2012 at 6:41 am //

    A pizza stone is the best way to make a pizza

  50. Christine // January 14, 2012 at 6:47 am //

    like to do it

  51. sound’s neet love to try it

  52. Homero Gutierrez // January 14, 2012 at 7:28 am //

    That sounds like a wonderful idea, will have to try it next time.

  53. jim lynam // January 14, 2012 at 8:21 am //

    OUTDOOR PIZZA sounds great.
    I would like to try it.

  54. From past experience, I recommend using a smaller grill, placing the coals in the center, and placing the stone on the grill. And make sure the stone is hot before placing the pizza on it. Also, I have found that if you place too many toppings on the pizza, the center of the dough doesn’t seem to cook to my satisfaction. And, I guess I should say that I now use a gas grill for my pizza making and it turns out beautifully. Thanks.

  55. Karen Gonyea // January 14, 2012 at 9:06 am //

    What a great idea !!!

  56. Desiree Dunbar // January 14, 2012 at 9:42 am //

    I have not grilled pizza outdoors but would love to.

  57. Desiree Dunbar // January 14, 2012 at 9:42 am //

    facebook fan of your blog

  58. I love Pizza BBQ style!!!

  59. I close the lid and let the stone heat up for awhile before putting the pizza on it.

  60. I “Like” Mr. Bar-B-Q, Inc. on Facebook.

  61. I shared Mr. Bar-B-Q, Inc.’s page on Facebook.

  62. Susan Ladd // January 14, 2012 at 11:26 am //

    I have never cooked a pizza outdoors but, it looks like it would be fun and I know my grandchildren would love it. Like on Facebook and want to thank you for the fantastic sweep. Hope to win :)

  63. When my husband cooks pizza on the grill, I never put too much toppings on there because the cheese never seems to cook if there are tons of toppings.

  64. looks good would love to try and make one!

  65. Kelly Nicholson // January 14, 2012 at 12:28 pm //

    I liked on Facebook

    never cooked pizza on a grill before,but it looks good

  66. Would really love to win this! Looks awesome!

  67. Rhonda Struthers // January 14, 2012 at 4:12 pm //

    I like to make my own pizzas. I have made BBQ pizza but have had the dough stick. I would like to try this on my BBQ.
    rhondastruthersatyahoodot ca

  68. Fred Scholl // January 14, 2012 at 7:44 pm //

    The Pizzas look great.

  69. tracy davis // January 14, 2012 at 9:42 pm //

    I like to make my own homemade pizzas!!

  70. I’ve never cooked pizza on a grill, so it would be interesting to try.

  71. Making pizza on the grill sounds like a good thing to try. It would definitely be a conversation starter and, whether or not the pizza works out well the first time, it could be the stuff of a “Do you remember when?” family anecdote

  72. ive never even thought of cooking pizza on a grill! it sounds and looks AMAZING!

  73. odessa frey // January 15, 2012 at 1:31 am //

    We always talk about grilling pizza, and have yet to try it…we really need to!

  74. Christine // January 15, 2012 at 4:57 am //

    love to try

  75. Deborah Wallin // January 15, 2012 at 5:13 am //

    I have never attempted to make a pizza outdoors. What a clever idea.
    wallindeb@yahoo.com

  76. pat moncrief // January 15, 2012 at 7:42 am //

    This looks great!!!

  77. amy deeter // January 15, 2012 at 7:54 am //

    i would love to try grilling pizza outdoors
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

  78. amy deeter // January 15, 2012 at 7:55 am //

    i like mr bar b-q on fb
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

  79. Kelly Nicholson // January 15, 2012 at 10:13 am //

    I liked on Facebook

    never cooked pizza on a grill before,but it looks good

  80. Making pizza on the grill sounds like a good thing to try. It would definitely be a conversation starter and, whether or not the pizza works out well the first time, it could be the stuff of a “Do you remember when?” family anecdote.

  81. steve smith // January 15, 2012 at 11:17 am //

    Iam looking forward to bbq chicken and pork on my outdoor hog cooker

  82. I have never grilled pizza but would like to try it

  83. Debbie Kennedy // January 15, 2012 at 12:23 pm //

    I’ve never cooked a pizza outside before. I’d love to do this at camp. Actually, I never even thought of cooking a pizza outside!

  84. wet wood chips will add flavor to the pizza.

  85. Robyn Paris // January 15, 2012 at 3:31 pm //

    I love making pizza and think this would be an awesome way to do so.

  86. Robyn Paris // January 15, 2012 at 3:32 pm //

    I like Mr. Bar bq and liked the post as well

  87. Rachel Newman // January 15, 2012 at 7:51 pm //

    My ex used to do this all the time – and while I love my current boyfriend – there is no pizza I’ve had that’s finer than the BBQ chicken pizza with sweet corn and shallots that the ex would fire up up on the grill.

  88. Rachel Newman // January 15, 2012 at 7:52 pm //

    I like the BBQ Grill on FB!

  89. tracy davis // January 15, 2012 at 9:36 pm //

    I love making pizza and this would be great

  90. Fred Scholl // January 15, 2012 at 11:08 pm //

    I love making pizza

  91. I have done pizza on the grill using a cast iron griddle. It turned out delicious but I think the cast iron gets the crust too crunchy. I am looking at pizza stones to use next summer, like this one. I also wonder if I can do a pizza in a smoker.

    chrisdeglen(at)gmail(dot)com

  92. Deborah Wallin // January 16, 2012 at 3:14 am //

    Pizza is our family’s favorite food…and now we can even have it on camping trips.
    wallindeb@yahoo.com

  93. Christine // January 16, 2012 at 5:16 am //

    this would be great

  94. Laura Workman // January 16, 2012 at 5:20 am //

    I LOVE making this kind of pizza. …but my husband does not, so more for me. :)

  95. We had pizza on the grill for the first time last summer at a friend’s house. We loved it and would love to make it weekly at home!

  96. amber aasen-frakes // January 16, 2012 at 8:06 am //

    that looks interesting

  97. I would love to try grilling pizza. My brother makes an awesome grilled pizza and I’d love to figure out how to do it, too.

  98. Karen Gonyea // January 16, 2012 at 9:37 am //

    Looks SO SO SO yummy :)

  99. I liked your post on the mr bbq fb page

  100. I would love to try this I would use the stone and I would spread te charcoal out and try to get the temp to 400

    stanleybilly(at)bellsouth(dot)net

  101. Edward Olenik // January 16, 2012 at 10:04 am //

    The best pizza is cooked on a stone.

  102. pat moncrief // January 16, 2012 at 10:11 am //

    i would love to make that pizza

  103. Lori Walker // January 16, 2012 at 11:53 am //

    I’d love to try cooking pizza outdoors… perhaps with sauteed onions and cooked chicken.

  104. SHARON JOHNSON // January 16, 2012 at 11:59 am //

    looks nice…bigger too!

  105. Diane Baum // January 16, 2012 at 12:33 pm //

    It looks and sounds delicious

  106. Kristina Daniels // January 16, 2012 at 12:42 pm //

    oh how i would love to try this, i would have an outdoor party!
    kddanie2@gmail.com

  107. I have always wanted to do this! Thanks for the inspiration and the awesome pictures… yUM!

  108. Jennifer M // January 16, 2012 at 1:10 pm //

    I’d love to start doing more pizzas at home.

  109. making pizza at home would be so much easier with this the possibilities are almost endless
    sue14625@gmail.com

  110. I haven’t done pizza outdoors in years. There’s been some changes since then. Nice tools. I would love to try this again.

    diane dot wortman at gmail dot com

  111. Laura Emerson // January 16, 2012 at 2:40 pm //

    I have never made pizza outdoors but I would love to try.
    laura dot hopelessromantic dot emerson at gmail dot com

  112. Kathleen Conner // January 16, 2012 at 3:22 pm //

    Wow-I’ve never done pizza outdoors, but I’m inspired!

  113. John Billiris // January 16, 2012 at 3:23 pm //

    It’s been years since I’ve done that. I’m glad you reminded me how good it can taste.

  114. Hubby tried it once. It did not go well. I can’t recall what he did wrong, but he said he wants to try it again.

  115. I once tried to make pizza on the grill (with no stone – just a stiff crust)… it was kind of a failure. Bet this would make it easier!

  116. Melanie Dauterive // January 16, 2012 at 5:41 pm //

    Ive never done it so I don’t know!

  117. Angela Winesburg // January 16, 2012 at 6:54 pm //

    I’ve never tried to before, but would love to! Thanks for the chance

  118. i have always wanted to try making a pizza on the grill

  119. mary gardner // January 16, 2012 at 7:38 pm //

    i have not tried pizza on the grill, but after seeing this post i am going to try it! it looks delicious!

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  120. mary gardner // January 16, 2012 at 7:39 pm //

    i liked this post on fb as mary gardner

    marygardner49 at aol dot com

  121. mary gardner // January 16, 2012 at 7:39 pm //
  122. Valerie Taylor Mabrey // January 16, 2012 at 7:59 pm //

    I have never tried to cook one outside but sounds great
    vmkids3 at msn dot com

  123. tamatha hunter // January 16, 2012 at 8:18 pm //

    I am game to give it a try

  124. tamatha hunter // January 16, 2012 at 8:19 pm //

    liked Mr bar b-q on fb

  125. tracy davis // January 16, 2012 at 9:12 pm //

    WOuld love to try to cook pizza outside

  126. Making pizza on the grill sounds like a good thing to try. It would definitely be a conversation starter and, whether or not the pizza works out well the first time, it could be the stuff of a “Do you remember when?” family anecdote…

  127. Fred Scholl // January 16, 2012 at 10:34 pm //

    I love making Pizzas

  128. We have never tried to grill pizza outdoors & I would love to try!

  129. I’ve never cooked pizza on a grill, so it would be interesting to try…

  130. I’ve never cooked pizza on a grill, so it would be interesting to try….

  131. Wow, that looks really amazing!

  132. Tim Kozal // January 17, 2012 at 2:39 am //

    Interesting idea I am waiting to try. I love to grill and this will be a great addition

  133. Deborah Wallin // January 17, 2012 at 2:54 am //

    My kids saw this, and they want me to try the pizza on the grill
    wallindeb@yahoo.com

  134. I have never made pizza on the grill but want to!

  135. Christine // January 17, 2012 at 4:16 am //

    never cooked pizza on a grill

  136. Edward Olenik // January 17, 2012 at 4:18 am //

    pizza needs to be cooked on a stone

  137. Would love to try it worked at a family pizza shop for years

  138. I’ve never tried cooking pizza on a grill but I’d love to try it. Sounds like a fun family meal!

  139. kathy pease // January 17, 2012 at 7:05 am //

    cooking pizza outside sounds really fun my family would love this

  140. I have never made pizza outdoors and using a pizza stone is a great idea. I have recently purchased a cast iron pizza pan and wonder if that would work outdoors? I will have to research it!

  141. Cooking pizza on the grill is amazing, it just takes a couple of times to perfect it.

  142. Hollie Jahnke // January 17, 2012 at 7:23 am //

    I would love to try pizza on the grill!

  143. Hollie Jahnke // January 17, 2012 at 7:24 am //

    Liked the post on facebook

  144. i’d love to try this

  145. Roger Bedell // January 17, 2012 at 7:48 am //

    To get a wood fired taste add a chunk of maple or cherry wood to the briquets.

  146. jim lynam // January 17, 2012 at 8:16 am //

    PIZZA ALWAYS TASTES BETTER WHEN COOKED OUTSIDE.

  147. Leah Shumack // January 17, 2012 at 8:23 am //

    I’ve never made pizza on my grill but I would love to try!!

  148. Leah Shumack // January 17, 2012 at 8:26 am //

    I liked Mr. Bar-B-Q on fb (clair freebie)

  149. pat moncrief // January 17, 2012 at 8:30 am //

    I love pizza!!!!!

  150. I didn’t even know it was possible to make pizza outdoors unless you had a fancy ridiculous outdoor pizza oven (I saw one on HGTV once and it was pretty sweet…if you can afford it!)

  151. Making pizza on the grill sounds like a good thing to try. It would definitely be a conversation starter and, whether or not the pizza works out well the first time, it could be the stuff of a “Do you remember when?” family anecdote….

  152. Tammy Mauk // January 17, 2012 at 9:42 am //

    I have never cooked pizza like this!I would love to win this and try it!

  153. Kat Emerick // January 17, 2012 at 10:14 am //

    I have never cooked pizza outdoors but would love to try.I bet the smoky flavor would be a great taste to regular pizza.

  154. Justin Jones // January 17, 2012 at 10:30 am //

    Grilling is one of my favorite things to do! I would love to try this at the local park with a few close friends and some beer. Pizza and Beer are the perfect combo!

  155. I like the circle idea!

  156. Mr BBQ on FB

  157. I’ve yet to try pizza.outdoors. I would like to. Thanks for the giveaway.

  158. amber aasen-frakes // January 17, 2012 at 12:25 pm //

    i heard pizza on the grill is great!

  159. I love making pizza on my gas grill! Thanks.

  160. Coriander Warren // January 17, 2012 at 1:06 pm //

    This looks good, and I’m sure it would taste great—-everything off the grill tastes soo much better!

  161. Emma Peel // January 17, 2012 at 1:28 pm //

    Pizza on a grill is a BIG yessssssss with me!

  162. kerry stein // January 17, 2012 at 2:07 pm //

    I have never used a stone for cooking. I Would be so happy to try this!

  163. Diann Nicholson // January 17, 2012 at 2:50 pm //

    I haven’t had much luck cooking pizza on the grill due to uneven heating. Need all the help I can get!

  164. I would love to try grilling a pizza!

  165. Kelly Commerford // January 17, 2012 at 3:26 pm //

    I’ve never tried cooking pizza outdoors…but would love, love, love to! I’m a huge fan of pizza in general.

  166. Kelly Commerford // January 17, 2012 at 3:35 pm //

    I liked & shared this awesome giveaway on my FB page (kcthelush)….
    That grilled pizza picture is mouthwatering, wow.

  167. Karen Gonyea // January 17, 2012 at 4:16 pm //

    So Yummy – Count me in again please :)

  168. Michael Schleicher // January 17, 2012 at 4:45 pm //

    I have used a pizza stone before, but have always just placed it in the oven as I would any typical pizza sheet and pizza. I would like to try cooking a pizza outdoors. The only thing I would be concerned about is the dough actually cooking. I guess I could always have my first experience be with a frozen pizza, but I don’t think it would be the same.

  169. Michael Schleicher // January 17, 2012 at 4:46 pm //

    I liked their Facebook page.

  170. carol lewis // January 17, 2012 at 5:23 pm //

    I had a pizza stone before I dropped it and I put it straight on top of the grill and it worked very well. Loved the flavor it got, too.

  171. Brittney House // January 17, 2012 at 6:52 pm //

    I’ve never cooked pizza outdoors but it sounds like it would be a fun activity to do in the spring with the kids.

  172. Brittney House // January 17, 2012 at 6:52 pm //

    mr. bar b q fb fan brittney house

  173. Katie Coriston // January 17, 2012 at 7:39 pm //

    I would love to try this, looks yummy!

  174. Katie Coriston // January 17, 2012 at 7:40 pm //

    i liked on facebook! via katie freebie

  175. Katie Coriston // January 17, 2012 at 7:40 pm //

    shared on facebook via katie freebie!

  176. angela clossey // January 17, 2012 at 7:46 pm //

    I love pizza on the grill!

  177. I have never tried pizza on the grille but would love too. I make pizza all the time indoors!

  178. Beverly Metcalf // January 17, 2012 at 8:08 pm //

    That pizza cooked on the grill, looks so good, I may have to give it a try. Thanks for the contest!

  179. Julie Jones // January 17, 2012 at 9:02 pm //

    An outdoor pizza party would be awesome since it’s too hot to cook pizza inside in the summer.. mmm summer. can’t wait..

  180. tracy davis // January 17, 2012 at 9:06 pm //

    I love pizza on the grill

  181. Barbara Long // January 17, 2012 at 9:10 pm //

    I’ve always wanted to try making a pizza out on the grill but haven’t had the nerve to try it yet!

    longbarb1@aol.com

  182. shirley pebbles // January 17, 2012 at 9:31 pm //

    I have never cooked pizza on the grill(would like to) but I have tried it and it is good.

  183. shirley pebbles // January 17, 2012 at 9:33 pm //

    like post on fb as shirley greenawalt zolenski

  184. Robert Ranieri // January 17, 2012 at 9:33 pm //

    Awesome…I’ve done a pizza directly on the grates of my grill before. turned out pretty good for a first time…a point of note doing it this way is to make sure the grill is perfectly clean…someday i’m going to build an outdoor brick oven

  185. I would love to try cooking pizza outdoors, especially on warm summer nights.

  186. Veronica Garrett // January 17, 2012 at 10:29 pm //

    I would love to cook pizza outdoors. I haven’t done it but I think it would be great for outdoor events.

  187. I’d love to give this a try!

  188. I have never made pizza on the grill but I would love to try!

  189. I like the post on Facebook.

  190. Marilyn Wons // January 18, 2012 at 9:07 am //

    I love grilling frozen pizzas on the grill. The crust comes out crunchy and the pie is heated evenly throughout!

  191. The best thing about pizza on the grill is the reduced time to cook. In the oven takes a long time. I can crank the gasser and get it done in half the time.

  192. Doug Quinn // January 18, 2012 at 10:30 am //

    Larry, I think you need more charcoal for sure. I’ve never down a pizza on the grill but, it sounds like it would not only be fun but tasty.

  193. we have never cooked pizza outside but would love to try! we grill all the time

  194. Christine Fidance // January 18, 2012 at 2:27 pm //

    We have never made pizza outside and this really looks like fun! Thank you!

  195. Christine Fidance // January 18, 2012 at 2:29 pm //

    I liked Mr. Bar-B-Q and this post on their facebook page (Christine Fidance)

  196. Shannon Baas // January 18, 2012 at 2:56 pm //

    I have not tried it but would like to.

  197. I have heated a previously frozen pizza from a local Italian restaurant (never frozen from supermarket – here in in NJ the neighbors would be out with the pitchforks and torches for such sacrilege!) as well as made my own. I simply use a pizza stone and lump charcoal; be forewarned: you want maximum heat and minimal smoke here, so don’t bother with wood chips. Leave the vents wide open to get your temps as high as you can.

    The key here is hot and fast! A pizza oven is usually at 800+ degrees so you want to get as close to that number as you can before putting your pie in there.
    Put a little corn meal on the stone to make it easier to turn before adding your flattened/stretched dough. You can also pre-cook the dough in the ‘cue for a few minutes before adding any toppings if you want it a little crustier. Note, you may need to pre-cook some toppings, like chicken breasts or meatballs, to prevent your getting sick; preserved meats, like pepperoni and sausage, don’t need this. Then check and turn every few minutes to make sure it doesn’t burn. Use a pizza peel to remove the pie and enjoy!

    Also, forget about using propane (although natural gas works well) as it contains too much moisture and you will never get it hot enough!

  198. I have never cooked pizza on a grill, so it would be interesting to try

  199. Making pizza on the grill sounds like a good thing to try. It would definitely be a conversation starter and, whether or not the pizza works out well the first time, it could be the stuff of a “Do you remember when?” family anecdote…..

  200. woud love to try this! never cooked pizza outside

  201. I would love to try cooking pizza outside! I think our kids would get a kick out of it too!
    blessedinwy at gmail dot com

  202. Rebecca Graham // January 19, 2012 at 1:47 pm //

    I have never made pizza on the grill. It sounds like a good idea.

  203. Jessica E Ledford // January 19, 2012 at 4:46 pm //

    Cooked a pizza on the grill one sime when our power went out and it was the best pizza! Really wanna try it again!

  204. it sounds intimidating to make pizza on a grill, but I bet it tastes great

  205. would love to try!

  206. would love to try this

  207. I have heard of making pizza on the grill and am going to try it!
    smchester at gmail dot com

  208. I liked this post on Mr BBQ facebook page as Susan Chester.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  209. I love pizza on the kettle. This looks lime a great accessory.

  210. My Weber needs this.

  211. I love to make pizza on the grill but have never used a stone. I just take a small piece of stretched dough, spray with some oil and throw it right on the grill. After one side is cooked, I then flip it and put the toppings on the grilled side. Only takes 5-10 minutes and everyone can make their own pizza. I love simple toppings like fresh tomatoes & feta cheese.

  212. Until now it had never occured to me to cook pizza outdoors…I really want to try that! :-) Thank you.

  213. I like this post on Mr. Bar-B-Q’s Facebook Page…hope I did it right. :-) (Jaque Richards)

  214. Christopher Sorel // January 26, 2012 at 5:39 am //

    liked and shared your post just now 1-26 on facebook

  215. I love to BBQ almost everything in the summer (and sometimes in the winter), but have yet to make pizza on the grill. I bet it’s great. Everything tastes better off the grill. Will have to try it this upcoming summer.

  216. I know from cooking pizza on my BGE it has to be really hot to cook well. You probably just need more charcoal and spread it out so the stone gets some direct heat.
    Still looks great though, I would eat it!

  217. I have never made pizza on a grill and would love to try it.

  218. I think the pizza look great. Makes me hungry. I think add vegies like onions or peppers would be great as well

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