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Onboard Pizza? 19 Jun 2008 22:24 #1

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Anybody have any ideas for cooking a frozen or take-and-bake pizza onboard without an oven?

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Onboard Pizza? 19 Jun 2008 22:29 #2

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Canemah_Patriot;164738 wrote: Anybody have any ideas for cooking a frozen or take-and-bake pizza onboard without an oven?


I've done homemade pizza on the magma- Great!!

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 03:08 #3

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We have also done homemade pizza on our Magma (Newport or Catalina, can't remember which it is other than it is the smaller of the 2).

We more often do BBQ Nachos though and they are great.

Cheers,

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 14:39 #4

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Coastrider;164845 wrote: We have also done homemade pizza on our Magma (Newport or Catalina, can't remember which it is other than it is the smaller of the 2).

We more often do BBQ Nachos though and they are great.

Cheers,

Mark


I have the Newport as well (it's Smaller than the Catalina)

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How did you cook it? A Stone? or Foil?

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I have a newport and picked up a small cookie sheet type thing somewhere tha fits the grill almost perfect and I am able to close the lid. It is one of those dual layer ones that are thicker with air in the middle to prevent stuff from burning. Works great for baking pizzas, biscuits and anything else.

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38bat;164978 wrote: I have a newport and picked up a small cookie sheet type thing somewhere tha fits the grill almost perfect and I am able to close the lid. It is one of those dual layer ones that are thicker with air in the middle to prevent stuff from burning. Works great for baking pizzas, biscuits and anything else.


I like that idea. Cool. I'll have to check into that

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 16:10 #7

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I use a stone from pampered chef or straight on the grill

Our stores have pre-made pizza dough
make it into a square or circle depending on the stone

take the toppings and pre cook them in foil and set aside warm sauce
coat one side of the dough with pam spray olive oil
put dough on grill oil side down
cook until turns brown in places ( close lid )
turn over spray with oil add sauce, topping, cheese,
cook until bottom is brown (close lid )

very good

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 16:29 #8

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Canemah_Patriot;164738 wrote: Anybody have any ideas for cooking a frozen or take-and-bake pizza onboard without an oven?


Call Dominos

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 22:34 #9

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acelockco;165019 wrote: Call Dominos


On the Chain O Lakes in Illinois.....we call Moretti's! :arr

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Onboard Pizza? 20 Jun 2008 22:44 #10

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NOW THAT IS WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT!

The Pizza Boat! Awesome!

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Onboard Pizza? 21 Jun 2008 00:46 #11

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We got dogs on the water too! :arr (pic at it's slip, but out on the water all weekend) There's also an ice cream boat....but I can't find a pic of that. :p


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Onboard Pizza? 21 Jun 2008 01:01 #12

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Wow, I thought the places I boated were great, guess the water is greener over there.

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Onboard Pizza? 21 Jun 2008 06:44 #13

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Todd,

When we make Nachos we just wrap all the chips, cheese, and everything else we want in the Nachos in foil. Close it up tight on all edges, flip it once and the cheese melts through nicely.

For Pizza we either just put it on foil or we do have a rectangular skillet that fits perfectly on the BBQ that we have had for a long time. I believe it was one of those Coleman Stove skillets. Works great for a ton of stuff.

Cheers,

Mark

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Onboard Pizza? 22 Jun 2008 02:43 #14

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I forgot all about the ice cream boat it seems to be MIA this year.

Always see the pizza and weiner boat. Does the weenie boat come to the sandbar? I always see it around the Grass Lake bridge.

tbear;165157 wrote: We got dogs on the water too! :arr (pic at it's slip, but out on the water all weekend) There's also an ice cream boat....but I can't find a pic of that. :p

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Onboard Pizza? 23 Jun 2008 04:01 #15

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Coastrider;165231 wrote: Todd,

When we make Nachos we just wrap all the chips, cheese, and everything else we want in the Nachos in foil. Close it up tight on all edges, flip it once and the cheese melts through nicely.

For Pizza we either just put it on foil or we do have a rectangular skillet that fits perfectly on the BBQ that we have had for a long time. I believe it was one of those Coleman Stove skillets. Works great for a ton of stuff.

Cheers,

Mark


I'll have to look into the skillet, that may be a nice additional to the arsenal.

I really like the Nacho idea too.

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Onboard Pizza? 23 Jun 2008 18:52 #16

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Bruschetta- pizza for adults.

Your "crust" is just a slice of Italian bread brushed with oil and garlic (or butter) and grilled very slightly until it just starts to brown (almost imediately) then put on your toppings, grill for another 5-6 minutes and serve.

You can just grill as you eat and make it entertaining like a Japanese steakhouse chef, Bruschetta allows you more sophisticated options like artichoke hearts and fresh grilled peppers that you won't find on your average pizza. Try pepperoncini slices or very thinly sliced strips of chicken on the top, add a few minutes to cooking time.

Chianti of course. :)

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Onboard Pizza? 24 Jun 2008 01:03 #17

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Ya gotta cook pizza? hmm that explains a few things.

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Onboard Pizza? 24 Jun 2008 20:38 #18

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I stick it on the engine....i call it "outboard pizza" instead of on board pizza... :kidding

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Onboard Pizza? 02 Jul 2008 13:36 #19

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Damn first time I've ever seen that! Wish they had that around here.

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J C Whitney has a 12 volt pizza oven listed but I don't know how well it works.

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Onboard Pizza? 02 Jul 2008 18:42 #21

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Rockhead;165467 wrote: I forgot all about the ice cream boat it seems to be MIA this year.

Always see the pizza and weiner boat. Does the weenie boat come to the sandbar? I always see it around the Grass Lake bridge.



dont forget we also have the new burger boat it looks like a house
that floats.

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Onboard Pizza? 02 Jul 2008 19:21 #22

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Milo's Meanderings;169877 wrote: J C Whitney has a 12 volt pizza oven listed but I don't know how well it works.


Probably comes with a chatty kathy doll, an easy bake oven (you supply the light bulb)... I threw my 12v coffee maker out after the first time I used it...

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Onboard Pizza? 14 Jul 2008 00:51 #23

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russ60477;169952 wrote: dont forget we also have the new burger boat it looks like a house
that floats.


I haven’t seen that one yet.... One thing for sure at the Chain you won’t go hungry or thirsty.

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Thanks guys - hubby saw this and I was stuck making pizza on the Magma at 2 in the morning this past Saturday nite. It turned out great but I was too tired to eat it, I'll try it again this weekend - a little earlier though.
Got to try the nachos too.........

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Onboard Pizza? 14 Aug 2008 11:40 #25

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jrhood79;166708 wrote: I stick it on the engine....i call it "outboard pizza" instead of on board pizza... :kidding


Funny you say this, I actually had a drunk friend buy a frozen pizza at 7-eleven. We all watched wondering how he was going to cook it. He began to open the engine hatch and it was at that point that I told him to make his way back up the dock.
He couldn't see any problem with cooking the pizza that way.

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