Wired Wiki, last modified (September 23, 2010)
"The idea may seem crazy at first -- tossing a sheet of dough on the grill. But grilling produces a killer rustic pizza with a crispy, flavorful crust.
"Learning to grill a pizza lets you keep the backyard grill in action even as we move into the colder months. Besides, didn't you already grill more than enough burgers this summer?..."
The Lemming almost clicked away at that point. There was a little too much white space after the 'this is a wiki' announcement, and it looked like those two paragraphs were it.
Interesting, but hardly useful.
There's what appears to be a coherent set of procedures:
- Proof your dough
- Prep your toppings
- Roll your dough
- Grill the dough
- Bake the dough
- Taste, adjust, re-test
"Experimentation is key. Change up how long you let it sit on the heat, which ingredients you use. Have friends chip in. Ask for their feedback. And remember, this is a great year-round grilling dish, so you can practice whenever the mood strikes."
Looks like a pretty good recipe - with photos.