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Tailgate and Homegate This Fall with KettlePizza!

By Mindy Merrell and R.B. Quinn of Cheater Chef Even if you’re a complete sports nut, fully devoted to your teams and focused on all their stats, you’ve got to admit that a big part of the fun of competitive sports is the food, the drink, and the party that goes with them. There is no better excuse to call friends, … Continue reading “Tailgate and Homegate This Fall with KettlePizza!”


Tailgate Time with KettlePizza!

By Mindy Merrell and R.B. Quinn of CheaterChef.Com. It’s fall football season again, and that means it’s KettlePizza tailgate time. So, let’s cut to the heart of the matter. Like many of you, we love playing around with all kinds of homemade pizza dough. But, do we really want to be stretching dough at the stadium before the game? Sometimes maybe, … Continue reading “Tailgate Time with KettlePizza!”


Wood to Know — Hardwood Basics for the KettlePizza

Ask any seasoned barbecue guy for his thoughts on smoking woods, and more than likely you’ll be treated to tales of “epic” moments in barbecue history. Behind all great barbecue is, among other things, great hardwood that was no doubt specially selected for the job at hand. Heat and smoke management are critical to good barbecue, and the same can be … Continue reading “Wood to Know — Hardwood Basics for the KettlePizza”


Mini-Bruschetta Pizzas on a KettlePizza? You Got It!

This guest post is courtesy of Kim Stanfield of the Boo Boo Qued BBC Competition Team.  You can read more about Kim and Mic Stanfield at www.BooBooQued.com. Let’s face it – sometimes you just don’t have the energy, or the time, for making pizza dough from scratch. You know there’s nothing like it, but some days a substitute is just … Continue reading “Mini-Bruschetta Pizzas on a KettlePizza? You Got It!”


White Clam Pizza Just Like Frank Pepe’s (plus 2 more)

By R.B. Quinn and Mindy Merrell of CheaterChef.Com. We just spent a couple of weeks in balmy southern Rhode Island where the weather is a bit more conducive to firing up the KettlePizza than super-hot Nashville (which hasn’t stopped us, actually). South County, RI, is the buckle of the clam belt extending along the coast west into Connecticut and east … Continue reading “White Clam Pizza Just Like Frank Pepe’s (plus 2 more)”