Turn your simple grill into a pizza cooking machine with the KettlePizza ($130 and up). Designed to fit most round 18.5- and 22.5-inch kettle grills — like those made by Weber and Stok — this stainless steel pizza oven sleeve sits between the top and the bottom, adding a high-temperature thermometer and front opening to the proceedings, the latter of which allows the heat from the fire to rise up and over the pizza before escaping out the front, ensuring that your pie is cooked to perfection. Source:KettlePizza
Something about this weather makes us feelng like we want to go back to the outdoors, but a mans gotta eat…
Breakfast, lunch, or dinner, you can cook up a kitchen-worthy meal when you’re miles away from the nearest outlet thanks to the Coleman outdoor oven/Stove ($250). Powered by a 1lb. propane canister, this portable powerhouse offers two 5,300 BTU burners and 3,000 BTU of cooking power in the oven, which is large enough to hold a 9″x13″ baking pan. Yes, it kind of defeats the purpose behind camping, but if “reconnecting with nature” isn’t your thing, you’ll be glad to reconnect with a frozen pizza. [via] Source:Coleman Outdoor Oven/Stove
When you love to cook, it’s hard to remember that not every dish needs to be elegant, time consuming and complicated. Sometimes it’s about coming back to the basics – which is something I am guilty of. I like to put a nice meal on the table every night, so spending a few hours in the kitchen isn’t even something I blink at – but not everyone enjoys cooking the way I do (why you’d be reading a food blog and not enjoy cooking though… well that just boggles me).
Bubble up pizza is something I was educated in when my father and I moved in with my now step-mom and sister. It was a quick, inexpensive meal for nights when the parents may have been out late or we needed an after school snack.
Quick Dinner Fixins’ Bubble Up Pizza
From the kitchen of my step-momma
- 2 containers refrigerated biscuit dough, 6 biscuits each (I used Pillsbury)
- 1 jar pizza sauce
- 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese, divided
- 1 cup favorite toppings
- 5 fresh basil leaves
Preparation: Preheat oven as per directions on dough. With a sharp knife, divide each biscuit into 4. In a large bowl, combine diced biscuit dough, sauce, 1 1/2 cups cheese and toppings. Stir to combine.
Pour mixture into greased oven safe skillet or 9×13 baking pan. Chiffonade the basil and sprinkle on top along with remaining cheese. Bake according to directions on dough, checking to make sure dough is cooked through and cheese is bubbling (I always bake mine for an additional 5 minutes. Let cool 5 minutes before serving.
You can google many different versions of bubble up pizza, but my step-mom and sis taught me this one so they are getting the credit.
You’ve been warned: this is light as air so you will eat waaay more of it then you intended to. Serve with a salad and fill up on that before diving into this.
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We absolutely do not accept the end of summer. We plan on cooking BBQ all winter, especially homemade grilled pizza. The grill Top Pizza Stone Set ($28) will help us make kick-A BBQ chicken and margarita pizzas. Two points if you make the crust on your own. That’s one e-spicy pizza!
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Cowabunga. Get all the radioactive reptile action you can handle with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 25th Anniversary Collection ($30). This four-disc set includes copies of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III: Turtles in Time, and TMNT on Blu-ray, a collector’s comic book, a beanie hat, and a sketch with co-creator Peter Laird’s autograph. Order in a pizza and enjoy.