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    Any kind of pizza that is actually eaten by me IN ITALY!!!!!!! I'd even eat anchovies if it meant I could be there!

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    My favorite pizza is nearly homemade, except for the sauces, and sometimes, the crust. A nice regular crust on the pizza, topped with a thin coat of pesto, lots of marinara, carmelized sweet onions and an equal mix of mozarella and extra-sharp cheddar. (Some sauteed mushrooms might be good on it too, if you enjoy fungus. I avoid it, myself.)
    I could go for one right now - the Weight Watcher's frozen entree I'm currently washing down with diet soda just pales in comparison.
    Sigh.
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    Anybody have a Nick n' Willy's take n' bake? They have a Mediterranean that is awesome.

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    Pizza...nummy. I have more than one ultimate pizza, depending on my mood.

    Ultimate pizza #1: Thin, crispy crust, light tomato sauce--and I mean light, as in next to nothing--LOTS of mozzerella, pepperoni, mushroom, and Italian sausage.

    Ultimate pizza #2: Thin crust, pesto sauce, mozzerella and feta cheese from The Mello Mushroom.

    Ultimate pizza #3: This pizza has a specific name, but I forget what it is. Crust that's thicker than most thin crust, but not quite medium. Olive oil is drizzled all over it (uummm...olive oil.....tasty), tomato slices, basil, and a light sprinkling of parmesan.

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    My ultimate pizza is thin crust with pesto mixed in, thin layer of sauce, blend of mozzarella, parmesean and a bit of fontina cheese, slices of fresh Roma tomatoes and whole pieces of basil on top.

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    Like my pizza very thin crispy crust sauce of course and nothing but CHEESE

    Can't do meat on anything with cheese (nothing to do with religon)

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    Matryeshka, your third one sounds like a pizza Margerita.

    As for me, I'd have to say thin crust, a little bit of sauce, a lot of cheese, mozzarella and provolone, and pepperoni, banana peppers, onions, and ham.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChelleC
    Matryeshka, your third one sounds like a pizza Margerita.
    I was thinking It sounded like the Blanco, from Jalino's.

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    I love the BBQ chicken pizza with red onions, cheese, tomato sauce from California Pizza Kitchen.

    But to be truthful, I'm kind of a pizza fair weather friend: I'll go wherever the pizza tastes good.

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    New york style crust with sauce, lots of cheese, pepperoni (always on top so they get crispy), sausage, bell peppers, onions and roasted garlic.

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    Regular crust, not too thin, with mushrooms, onions, spicy sausage, jalapeno peppers, then the cheese, then pepperonis, then a sprinkling of parmesan after it comes out of the oven. MMMMMMMM!

    Then I like to mix mayo, red wine vinegar, garlic powder, basil and oregano into a sauce to dip the crusts in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SeaniBu
    I was thinking It sounded like the Blanco, from Jalino's.

    It could be. I've never heard of Jalino's though.

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    My favourite Pizza recently is one from a restaurant near me called kroma - its a think and crispy base no tomato sauce instead a cream fraiche with garlic, smoked haddock lemon and herbs, a poached egg and emmental cheese.

    It is exquisite and quite different for a pizza.

    Ant

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