September 15, 2012 at 8:53 AM | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment


Pulled pork and pineapple pizza… say that fast 10 times!!  This was the first non-traditional (ie. not tomato sauce based) pizza we ever made on the Big Green Egg.  And we’ve never looked back.  You’ll need to get your hands on some pulled pork – but hey, if you own a BGE, then you can just smoke a pork shoulder yourself and there you go!!  Actually we don’t smoke a pork shoulder every time we want a pulled pork pizza, but when we do smoke a pork shoulder, we reserve some of the pulled pork and freeze it for just such an occasion as pizza night.  You should do the same and you’ll always have some pulled pork on hand when you need it.  It’s not just good on pizza, try it on a Caesar Salad, or in your mac and cheese… but I digress!

To make this pizza you’ll…

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