For the crust, we used this recipe from Allrecipes.com. I used one cup of whole wheat flour, and 2 tablespoons of pesto instead of the basil. I followed the directions for grilling found on that recipe. I made two pizzas, and first we layed on some garlic-infused olive oil. (We used a really good quality Portuguese olive oil... it's yummy). Next went on two kind of cheeses made in the Azores: Queijo da Ilha (it means "Island Cheese" and it has a wonderful, mild, buttery flavor and texture. It reminds me of fontina.) The other cheese we used was Graciosa cheese, a stronger, nuttier ivory-colored cheese from the island of Graciosa. Then, we scattered on some Portuguese green olives, and on top of that went the Presunto- Portugal's Prosciutto. I had lightly browned in it a skillet first. This pizza was very flavorful, and the toppings were all from mainland Portugal or the Azores.
On the second pizza, I used my homemade pesto as a sauce, which was delicious. Then we used the two Azores cheese, more presunto, and some fresh cherry tomatoes.