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Making Homemade Pizza...

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Home-Made Pizza Party

  • Dec 4, 2010
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My family loves pizza but these pizzas were different than the standard pepperoni/sausage.  Trying to get creative with the leftovers from a BBQ the previous night, we made the following delicious pizzas…..

Jeff’s words on the pizza, “It’s pretty east (relatively speaking) – buy Betty Crocker crust and make it to instructions. Heat a cast iron pan with olive oil in it and then place crust into pan and pan into oven to cook around 10 minutes.

Then just add. Toppings. For the ribs pizza I put a layer of Sweet Baby Rays as a base, then put cilantro all around it… then cut up ribs I had cooked the night before and placed on the pizza. Top with Cheese and BAM, BBQ Rib pizza!
Of all things, the cilantro is key.”

MMMM, and now i am hungry for pizza!



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December 04, 2010
YUM! Now, i want some pizza too. I'm a big fan of the pizza pie and I usually order one when I'm too lazy to cook. I'm going to have to try this out- it seems easy enough that even if I'm lazy, I can get it done! Thanks for sharing, Kristi :)
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Quick Tip by . January 17, 2012
When you make pizza remember:      Less is more.      I have been part of numerous pizza making activities. There is always smeone in the crowd who will try to jam everything and anything on a pizza crust.      Here's my advice: Don't do it! There is no reason to put large amounts of stuff on your pizza.      Small amounts are all that you need...Allow the taste of the crust to shine through...      Less is More!
Quick Tip by . January 08, 2011
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Quick Tip by . August 24, 2010
Here's my best tip for making pizza: make sure your oven is hot hot hot. Your oven should be at least 500+ F. higher if possible. Also if you are making you pizza on a pizza stone, let it pre-heat for at least an hour... Your pizza will cook quickly. Your home oven will mimic a brick style oven...Remeber, when you make pizza, make sure your oven is hot. And you have given it enoiugh time to pre-heat. pizza on earth, and especially, your kitchen.
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