Nothing like a slice of homemade pie - not the dessert type of pie, a PIZZA PIE!
Who here in Pinside-land is making their own pies, and whatcha doing to do so? For this topic, dough could be homemade or bought as a pre-risen dough ball that's eventually stretched/rolled out and topped with any assortment of goodness. Any kind of cooking setup is on-topic, from regular electric oven to outdoor grill to dedicated pizza oven. There's lot's of ways to make outstanding homemade pies!
I've been making my own pies for about two years, starting out with a pizza stone I stole from the oven and tossed onto a gas grill. The initial result wasn't too good, and consisted of a slab of charcoal where a round of dough used to be plus a set of mostly cooked toppings. I did more reading and got to where I do an OK pizza on the grill with that stone, but it was never something to invite friends over for. Eventually a Big Green Egg (BGE) found its way to my place, and shortly thereafter I added a BGE pizza stone - and the world changed into a lovely place.
I still can't stretch a perfectly round dough, and am attempting to learn how to toss the dough ... but who cares if a homemade pizza is geometrically pleasing, it's all about the great taste, texture, and economics!
Here's a shot of my last pizza outing, utilizing unrisen dough balls I purchased at Central Market. It may not be visually incredible, but the flavor and essence of wood that comes from cooking on the BGE have left me ignoring the local pizza joints for all but nights with the most inclement weather.
Se let's hear it - what pizza goodness ya got cooking at your place, what's your recipe, and how are you doing it?