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susie09
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I am not 100% sure, but, I think everyone loves pizza.  I know I do.  ( too much lol )

So, what is your favorite pizza?

Toppings?  Crust?  Brand? 

 

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I love pizza too.  My husband likes it, but, doesn't LOVE it.  I like anything on my pizza, but, he goes for the no frills pizza, meaning hamburger and mushrooms. 

That is fine with me as long as I get pizza! 

I love Domino's, Pizza Hut, Maria's and just about any place that makes it.

What about you Susie? 

Hugs, Diane

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kmenurse
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Any pizza that has green olives on it!...

Patti1967
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My favorite is a  white pizza, olive oli, roasted garlic and fresh mozzarella yummy:)

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Kristin N
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Any pizza is my favorite pizza!  LOL

Kobias
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Has anyone ever made little pizzas with refrigerated biscuits? 

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ladybug22
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i have lol

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Ritzy
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I have Kathy and it's real easy.  Kids absolutely love to help make them, besides eat them.  lol

Do you have the recipe?

Sue :)

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TexasCharlie
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In California it was Klondikes for just about anything they had. Our favorite, and stll is, was a Supreme. We like the deep dish pizzas anf thick crust pizzas. 

victorgriffin
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I also like thick crust pizzas as it the best pizza i ahve ever tasted and it is truely yummy.

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DianeBC
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Patti, your pizza sounds so good.  I might have to try that!

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Angie2U
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Thick crust or deep dish too is what we like.  We like just about everything on it, except, anchovies.  yuck!  lol

JJDS
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Hubby just left to pick up a thick crust supreme pizza for us!  Got a couple of movies to watch, pizza and maybe an ice cold beer or two. 

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jnl
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Love your new pic TexasCharlie!  Is that cutie your grandson?

Leeza

disneyfan2008
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Oddly MINE is Eggplant...YUM

 

Denise

Patti1967
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Diane it is yummy:) I make my own and buy tbe crust at the grocery store.  Ever since chemo I cant do tom sauce or much of any meat.  With this pizza i dont feel like I'm missing out at all!

Patti

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Kristin N
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Do you buy the crust already made Patti or the kind that comes in the box, where it is just dry.  I would love to make my own again.  I haven't done that for years.

 

June Bugs
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We need to do this.  Make our own pizza.  I'll have to check out the grocery store for the crust.

 

Pink Rose
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Sausage, onion, mushrooms and black olives.  I prefer thick crust, but also like a thin crust if it is really crispy.

Rose

JJDS
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Eggplant?  I've never heard or seen that on any pizza menu. 

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Angie2U
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Denise, I've never seen eggplant on a menu to have on a pizza.  Do you make your own with it?  And, it is good?  lol

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sea60
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with cheese, mushrooms, garlic, black olives and onions. Have to eat my veggies!

Oh...now I WANT Pizza!!!!!!!

survivorbc09
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Cracker crust?  From just regular crackers?  I've never heard of that.  I want a thick crust sausage, mushrooms, onions, apples and black olives now.

Jan

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sea60
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It's made out of the same pizza dough, it's just spread super thin and baked to a crispy "cracker" texture. I love it! I love thick crust also but it's hard on the tummy.

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Never heard of that either Sylvia.  lol  The thinner, the better!  YUM!

survivorbc09
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I will have to remember that Sylvia.  lol 

Jan

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Megan M
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I am like Kristin in that I love any pizza!  I have to have one at least once a week.  Laughing

Pink Rose
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We just had the best pizza!  My husband brought home a deep dish Chicago style ground beef, black olives, onions, mushrooms, green peppers and green olives.  Yum!

Want some?  There are 2 pieces left.  he he

Rague
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Chicken, bacon, tomato,onion with either Ranch or garlic sauce on hand tossed crust.

Papa Murphy's makes a great stuffed one with those ingredient but we don't get from them often as they are a lot further away and then you have to cook after you get it home and usually when we order pizza we decide we don't want to wait that long to have it ready to eat so usually just call Dominos or Pizza Hut for delivery.

Inyan -The Power Within

Susan

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Oh boy.......Hmmmmm my fav pizza huh ? I love pizza with stuffed crust, little sauce and peppers, onions, mushrooms and cheese. Oh boy now I want pizza but I made a pot of spaghettiiiiiii and meatballs instead. Garlic toast too..........

June Bugs
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My favorite meal!  Pizza!  Pepperoni, mushrooms, black olives and thick crust!

Pink Rose
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We always avoided the stuffed crust pizza's as we didn't think we'd like them.  We were at some friends house the other day and that is what they ordered and guess what, we loved it!  lol 

RozHopkins
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As got older prefer thin pizza bases or flatbread.  Like the veg ones actually but also olives, shrimp, spinach, Peppers, mushrooms.  With a good natural tomato and garlic base don't even need cheese after piled everything else on.

Lynne P
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Like some others, I need pizza.  LOL  My husband didn't use to like it all that well, but, I made him eat it so much that he loves it now too. LOL 

lizzie17
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I love New York Style, thin crust with pepperoni and cheese.  

Unfortunately, I do not get to eat pizza very often.....

just can't seem to duplicate a great pizza with organic ingredients!!

 

Any ideas???

Pink Rose
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Could you eat just a cheese pizza Lizzie? 

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Ritzy
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I will have one each of what you pinkies wrote!  LOL

Sue :)

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CypressCynthia
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I love thin crust with lots of veggies (olives, peppers, mushrooms).

jojo2
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I make a low carb crust with 3 eggs, 2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese and 1 cup of shredded cheddar. Add 1-2 tsp of garlic powder and basil. Mix and spoon onto parchment paper over pizza pan, forming continuous circle. Bake at 425* for 15 -20 min. Don't let it get too brown.  I take out of oven, let cool abit and add toppings. Use low carb sauce or alfredo sauce, sometimes we don't use any sauce. My favs are artichoke hearts, mushrooms & onions, sauteed.A dd pepperoni or sausage and a little bit of cheese on top. Bake in oven for 5, just til hot and cheese melted. My family loves it.

jojo2

JJDS
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This sounds so good Jojo!  I think my family would love it too!  I've never made my own crust, but, I think I am going to have to. 

Kobias
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Just looking at the picture you posted made me want a pizza bad, so, I called my husband and asked him to bring a pizza home for supper.  LOL

I am not picky when it comes to what I like on a pizza.  Anything is good to me.  My husband just doesn't like it too hot and spicy.

 

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Hmm!  I am not one who eats pizza weekly, like some of my friends.  When I do, I find that I tend to like pizzas that have vegetables on them.  Our friend Brian made us excellent large, vegetable thin-crust pizzas twice while I was going through my treatments last year.  (The tomatoes, for example, were  thinly sliced slices.)  He has opened up his own business in a nearby town and gets good reviews.  So, my favorite brand is actually not a brand.  It is "Mom & Pop."

I really do not care for pepperoni or sausage.  I do like ham/Canadian bacon, which means I also like the pizza that has that and pineapple on it.  The first time I ever had that kind was one time when I was in California, visiting my sister and her family.  That was probably the mid-1980s, and I thought it was just a California thing.  But, we can get that kind now in NY.

taylor manny
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We also like Canadian ham/bacon on a pizza.  Have you ever had apple on a pizza?  It's good too!

Anyone every try anchovies?  EWWWW

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ladybug22
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all kinds with everything on it lol

Cheryl S
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LOL ladybug!  It looks like most of us fit in your category!

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I came across a recipie that used zucchini as the base of the pizza...and add toppings as usual....a good idea for someone cutting back on carbs...

Heres' to good eating ....

Andi

Candi Cane
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Zucchini?  That would be a strange crust, but, a good idea, like you said if someone is cutting back on carbs. How did the recipe say you make a crust with it?

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A zucchini base makes an interesting and great tasting crust for this pizza.

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups shredded zucchini
  • 3 eggs, well beaten
  • 1/2 cup flour
  • salt to taste
  • 2 1/2 cups shredded mozzarella cheese
  • 1/2 cup chopped black olives
  • 1/2 cup finely chopped green onions
  • 1/2 cup chopped marinated artichoke hearts
  • 1 tablespoon fresh oregano or 1 teaspoon dried oregano
  • 1 1/2 teaspoons fresh basil or 1/2 teaspoon dried basil
  • 3 to 4 small tomatoes, thinly sliced
  • salt and pepper, to taste

Preparation:

Generously butter a 9x13-inch baking pan. Preheat oven to 450°. Put grated zucchini in a colandar and press out as much excess liquid as possible. Put zucchini in a mixing bowl. Add well-beaten eggs, flour and salt. Mix well and spread in buttered pan. Bake in a 450° oven for 8 minutes. Remove pan and reduce oven temperature to 350°. Cover the zucchini base with cheese. Combine ripe olives, onion, and artichoke hearts. Spread over cheese. Sprinkle with fresh or dried herbs. Arrange tomatoes on top. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Bake at 350°, uncovered, for 25 minutes.

 

Candi Cane
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I will try this.  Have you?  You liked it? 

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andi44
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I did like it - just be careful to get as much moisture out of the zucchini as possible - I'm a vegetarian, so I'm always looking for ways to make things healthier...I've also used zucchini's for making 'mini pizza's'...cut slices about an 1/4 - 1/2 inch thick - add sauce and cheese to the tops - bake until tender and brown...these are good to cook on the grill too...

Andi

JJDS
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Our grandkids love mini pizzas.  I am going to make these Andi.  Thanks for the recipe!

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