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Old 07-31-2009, 11:26 PM   #1
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Friday night is always "Pizza Night" in our house and then we pop in a movie for our two young sons... (so mommy and daddy can relax and have a beer)

We're running outta great pizzas... Anyone have any suggestions.

A couple of our standards are:

BBQ chicken pizza... shredded grilled chicken with some BBQ sauce, Mozz, red onion, green onions, maybe some green pepper.

Proscuitto and fresh basil: self explanitory... regular pizza sauce, mozz, fresh basil and proscuitto.

We've got a chicken alfredo with diced pancetta in now.... we'll see how it is.

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Old 07-31-2009, 11:38 PM   #2
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white pie:

take some sliced onion and carmelize them over med low heat in a skillet with some olive oil and a little salt. It takes a while 45 minutes? Till they are golden brown and lovely. Or you can rush them and it will still be good... add some pepper, garlic, a good dry italian blend (oregano, basil, rosemary). Then mix in one of the small cartons (6oz?) of riccota cheese, stir it around real good. Add in some shredded parm while stirring it. Check your seasoning.

Spread that on your crust. Top as desired. I love sliced meatballs, red onions, more garlic.

I love sliced meatballs on any pie though.

Let me know what you think.

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Old 07-31-2009, 11:44 PM   #3
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or spinach, feta & roasted garlic. (over white or red sauce... mix in some mozz for the kids)

or go crazy: bacon, black beans, red onions, jalapenos, and a dash of Texas Pete

Or use some pesto for sauce... either make your own or cheat and use the package of Knox brand from the envelope (or jars of it)

Yes... I have a pizza problem. It goes well with my beer problem.

And make your own crust and cook it at 500 degrees... mmmm

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Old 07-31-2009, 11:52 PM   #4
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Thai chicken pizza

I don't have a recipe for it but you can likely google a good one.

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I love buffalo chicken pizza. This isn't the exact recipe I've used but if I recall it is very close. Wingless Buffalo Chicken Pizza Recipe : Rachael Ray : Food Network

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Old 08-01-2009, 02:02 AM   #6
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I made this last week. Incredible.

Buffalo and Smoked Mozzarella Pizza.

I used crumbled up spiced up buffalo burger patties, grilled onion and smoked Mozzarella. Baked it on a pizza stone in the Weber. :drool

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Three-Cheese Overdose
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  1. Spread a thin layer of olive oil on a pan.
  2. Spread/lay dough on pan.
  3. Spread a thin layer of olive oil on dough.
  4. Make layers in this order, in quantities that push your limits:
  • mozzarella
  • fresh ground black pepper
  • fresh chopped basil
  • a little more mozzarella
  • shredded romano
  • crumbled gorgonzola
Bake at 425 deg. F. for 10-15 minutes, depending on how brown you like your crust and cheese.

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Steve... you are killing me. Now I am going to have to make dough and make pizza. And it is midnight and I am not sober. GRRRRRRRRRRRR.

Great plan.. simple, elegant, looks great.

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I grew up in Buffalo and I don't know where Rachel gets that crap. Keep your wings and pizza separate but eat them together! I think the white pizza sounds great Mike! I'm going to try that one. I usually stick to the traditional NY pizza and keep the toppings sparse and simple but that sounds killer. I think it is easy to "over do" a pizza. I think it's all about the cheese, sauce, and crust. Everything else should just be there to enhance the flavor but not cover it up.

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I like the combination of radicchio, pear, and gorgonzola. Skip the sauce on this one, though... or go very lightly with it. Needs a bit of mozzarella, but too much will ruin it.

Oh, and Rachel Ray is a insipid dumb bish. That is all.

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