- June 16, 2009 1:00 PM |
- By Andree Lau
by Andree Lau, CBCnews.ca
Who doesn't love a summer barbecue? And yes, dads especially. So why not surprise them on their day this year with something a little more adventurous than a hamburger on the grill?
Sure, everyone loves a good steak and a few corn on the cob. But try grilling a pizza!
A grilled pizza at Al Forno restaurant in Providence, R.I. (Richard Drew/Associated Press)
Pizza was invented over an open flame, so it only makes sense that you'd get a wonderful crispy crust on your barbecue.
Canadian chef Bob Blumer even co-authored a book last year devoted to pizza on the grill.
For more ideas, take a listen to food columnist Julie Van Rosendaal on the Calgary Eyeopener.
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