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#5573021 - 01/30/15 09:50 AM Pizza night
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Homemade dough, sauce, venison summer sausage, prosciutto, yard eggs and arugula

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#5573028 - 01/30/15 09:53 AM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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That looks great.

One of my favorites with Venison Summer sausage is to make homemade dough. Grill the summer sausage briefly on each side. Grill the dough. Once you flip the dough, spread Pesto on the done side. Top with summer sausage and brie. Brie will melt while the opposite side cooks. Delicious.

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#5573098 - 01/30/15 10:29 AM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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That sounds good, will have to try it.
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#5573987 - 01/30/15 06:49 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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We do ours on the grill (also on a pizza stone). It gets a lot hotter than our oven, and it cooks in about 7 minutes.

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#5594599 - 02/11/15 04:23 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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#5594911 - 02/11/15 07:30 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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Looks good, but arugala? How about basil?
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#5595133 - 02/11/15 09:06 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: bigbob_ftw]
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Originally Posted By: bigbob_ftw
Looks good, but arugala? How about basil?

ABSOTIVELY!!

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#5595731 - 02/12/15 09:07 AM Re: Pizza night [Re: conifer]
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I like basil on it too, but my basil didn't survive the winter, and I'm too cheap to buy it. The arugula is good though if you haven't tried it before.
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#5596875 - 02/12/15 08:10 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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Originally Posted By: Tres
I like basil on it too, but my basil didn't survive the winter, and I'm too cheap to buy it. The arugula is good though if you haven't tried it before.


Gotta hit up central market soon. up
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#5605121 - 02/17/15 07:46 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: MeanGreen85]
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Originally Posted By: MeanGreen85
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We do ours on the grill (also on a pizza stone). It gets a lot hotter than our oven, and it cooks in about 7 minutes.


We do the same, about 650-700 degrees

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#5605642 - 02/18/15 06:12 AM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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gosh that looks good and its just AM hours smile

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#5618017 - 02/24/15 03:39 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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When cooking a pizza on grill do you use a metal pizza pan to cook it on? I gotta try this with venison sumner sausage.

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#5620527 - 02/25/15 05:26 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: whitewing maniac]
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Originally Posted By: whitewing maniac
When cooking a pizza on grill do you use a metal pizza pan to cook it on? I gotta try this with venison sumner sausage.


I use a pizza stone it's like a ceramic pan almost, you can get them at most grocery stores.

That's what the OP is using in that first picture. Also with those they say don't use soap when you wash them I beileve they may be pourus and absorb it ?


Edited by _Lee (02/25/15 05:27 PM)

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#5621274 - 02/25/15 11:35 PM Re: Pizza night [Re: _Lee]
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I'd imagine you'd use a stone like you would with the oven. Make sure you put the stone in when you light the fire so you heat it up gradually, and yeah never use soap on it, just scrape off any crusty bits.
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#5628061 - 03/01/15 11:03 AM Re: Pizza night [Re: Tres]
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Alright thanks folks, now all thats needed is a decent day to fire up pit, weather has been a b*@ch to say the least.
At least im closer to the coast and not further north.

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