I have two favorite things about living in New Jersey. First is having the luxury of living in the secluded countryside while only being a short train ride away from one of the world’s biggest and greatest cities. And second, is pizza. Good classic Italian pizza (and all other Italian deliciousness you find everywhere).
I rarely make pizza at home because we are surrounded by so many wonderful restaurants with those blazing brick ovens. The ones that cook your pizza to a crispy, flavorful perfection within seconds. But sometimes in the summer, when grilling season is upon us, I love to put on my sweats, grab a glass of wine and put a cheesy pizza over the coals. It’s the next best thing to the brick oven kind.
And if you’re like me, you’ll seek out your favorite pizza shop and buy the dough already made for only a couple of dollars. …
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