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Having a pizza day for the holiday weekend and looking for new ideas. What are your favorites? Big fan of Hawaiian, mozzarella and basil, and anything with black olives and banana peppers.
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My fave came from the Western side of MA. Broccoli, artichoke hearts, garlic, chicken.

Have you tried a white pie with clams yet? Sounds weird, tastes amazing.

Lobster is cheap right now. How about a lobster scampi pie?

So many options......
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These were fun. A little left over marinara... Some left over sausage, chopped some peppers and defrosted some Nan bread..... everyone make your own.... some spinach for the pseudo vegetarian. ham and prosciutto for the meat lovers..... then cooked on the Weber on foil:






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nothing is off limits when making pizza from scratch. it's your canvas, paint anything you can imagine.
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without the right setup and time to proof and make a good dough, these naan breads do a pretty good job. Some grated sharp white cheddar on bottom with good EVOO, sea salt pepper, oregano, pepperoni, san marzanos, ricotta, pesto, sliced scallions
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We make Pizza all the time and like mentioned above it is a blank canvas for whatever you want to put on it. Sometimes Ill have left over ribs I smoked and will make a breakfast Pizza with Rib meat, green chilles, White gravy sauce..sounds gross, but they all ask for it. We mostly like it simple ...Pizza Margarita or Pepperoni, .
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Just kidding, we couldn't afford pizza when I was growing up



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finally someone uses sun dried tomatoes!
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finally someone uses sun dried tomatoes!
The Pillsbury Dough Boy or Chef Boyardee? Lol
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would likely work with either, but jassman looks like he makes his own dough that would be my 1st choice haha
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Originally Posted by ddd252 View Post
would likely work with either, but jassman looks like he makes his own dough that would be my 1st choice haha
Haha. Homemade dough for us too. Super easy to make. Water, flour, salt, and yeast. Chef Tom at All Things BBQ has the recipe on his site. Fresh homemade dough is definitely worth the effort
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Somebody get Jassman's dough recipe before the diabeetus gets him. Candy much?
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I have tried a dozen or more doughs. This is the best.

Tips to make the best homemade pizza crust
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Originally Posted by andyp262 View Post
Haha. Homemade dough for us too. Super easy to make. Water, flour, salt, and yeast. Chef Tom at All Things BBQ has the recipe on his site. Fresh homemade dough is definitely worth the effort
Agreed. I can't imagine making it without the KitchenAid.

Simple last night, go with what you've got. Sliced tomato and pepperoni. And lots of motz of course.

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Had some flatbreads and a bunch of leftovers. Chicken / bbq / carmelized onions / cheddar, Black Forest ham / pineapple, tomatoes and fresh mozzarella with some green pepper.
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Pizza with chicken and pineapple. My favorite one.
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My all time favorite was in a small bar in Fredericksburg VA called J O'Brien's. When I lived up that way I would get it every time I went there. I took my girlfriend there last summer for it and they no longer offer it. It was a sour dough bread crust with a heavy heavy heavy garlic and olive oil sauce. It was topped with mozzarella, marinated artichoke hearts and black olives. OMG it was good.
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I recommend cooking one in a cast iron skillet sometime. Heat the skillet in the oven prior to putting in the dough coat the skillet in butter & have some butter melted in a cup to brush on the crust. Add your favorite sauce, meats, vegetables, cheese, brush the crust with the extra melted butter throw it in the oven.

Side note Publix has fresh made dough ready near the bakery section in a refrigerator.
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I like a Mexican pizza. .. taco sauce for the sauce then top with ground beef taco meat, cheese, jalapenoes, diced onions and olives.
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Originally Posted by lurker25 View Post
I recommend cooking one in a cast iron skillet sometime. Heat the skillet in the oven prior to putting in the dough coat the skillet in butter & have some butter melted in a cup to brush on the crust. Add your favorite sauce, meats, vegetables, cheese, brush the crust with the extra melted butter throw it in the oven.

Side note Publix has fresh made dough ready near the bakery section in a refrigerator.
We do it like that with publix crust. We dont preheat though, I think there is a youtube video by bbq pit boys. Everyone who has tried it raves about it, we prefer it that way over any restaurant pizza.

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