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Pizza on the Grill? Yes, Please!

**I recieved this item for the purpose of a review. I was in no way compensated for my opinion as they are my own. Your opinion may vary from mine.**

Have you ever thought of grilling your pizza on the grill? Me either... until now. Jack's Pizza has come up with this great campaign called Jack's Summer Grilling to teach us all how to grill our favorite Jack's Pizzas on a gas grill. Grilling instructions are super easy so read up and enjoy!

First preheat your grill to 400°F with the lid closed. You should be able to set your knobs at medium-low and make sure all your burners are on. Next, set the pizza directly on the center of the grate. We did two at a time and they turned out fine. Cook for 12 to 15 minutes, rotating pizza a half turn after 7-9 minutes. Six or so minutes later your pizza should be ready! Cheese will be melted and bubbling in the center and the crust will be a golden brown. 
Don't make a dumb mistake like I did when grilling your pizza. I thought for some reason that I had turned down the temperature after ignition but instead, I had left the settings on high. Duh! Our pizza was done in a matter of minutes but it was also burnt. Follow the directions closely and double check your temp if you're a space cadet like me.
After I destroyed the first two pizzas I tried again. This time I remembered to turn the temperature down. After about 15 minutes we had perfect looking pizzas! I love when my crust is crunchy so when I rolled that pizza cutter through the first pizza and heard the crunch, I was STOKED! Grilling a pizza is the best idea ever! Mmmm, it was perfectly cooked and delicious and I will be doing this again, if not everyday. ;)
Before you test this out for yourself, go to for a Hot-To video, detailed cooking instructions for the grill, and a chance to win the ultimate backyard makeover! Prizes include a Jack's grilling kit, complete set of patio furniture, indoor/outdoor speakers, and a $1,000 gift card to be used towards a new grill. 

Enter below for a chance to win 3 FREE product coupons from Jack's Pizza so you can get head start on your Jack's Summer Grilling!     
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  1. Other than meat and corn on the cob, that has really been it

  2. we put pineapple on the grill

  3. Great review and I just love their PIzza!

  4. Hmmmm...I am not sure if I have cooked anything We love smoking things on our grill though.

  5. Banana Splits! Minus the ice cream...SO good.

  6. corn on the cob is about it and grilled fries

  7. beer butt chicken and pizza are my faves

  8. Apples and smores

  9. Stuffed peppers :)

  10. My wife always cooks veggies on the grill. I stick with meats, but that was before I knew you could grill a pizza.

  11. Laurajj JacobsonJune 15, 2013 at 5:26 PM

    Hmm...we have not really done anything different...just the usual meat normally...once we did try some red potatoes in aluminum foil...they did turn out really good. :)

  12. Not sure but I think it is Beer Can Chicken


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