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I have too many "favorites", but Alfredo, or white pizza with feta cheese and spinach, or asiago/fresh mozzarella/sharp cheddar/(a smidgen of) sharp provolone with fresh sausage crumbles, black olives, and lots of fresh (as in just picked off the plant on the back porch) minced basil leaves.

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Pepperoni,, too!

 

Unless it has tomato sauce, mozzerella/provelone, spices, etc...it's not pizza. Blue Cheese and lettuce is NOT a pizza!!! It's a salad with a crust!

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Pepperoni,, too!

 

Unless it has tomato sauce, mozzerella/provelone, spices, etc...it's not pizza.

Agree mostly but for the tomato sauce. It's ok, but not essential to me. Actually a small pizza buffet chain (Infinitos) near us offers a "Rose' " pizza--a blend of Alfredo and marinara--which is a pleasant blend of styles!:D

 

Blue Cheese and lettuce is NOT a pizza!!! It's a salad with a crust!
Agree! Pizza with blue cheese and lettuce? that sounds like a pizza that was thrown away in my garden after a couple of days of fermenting!:eek:

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Agree mostly but for the tomato sauce. It's ok, but not essential to me. Actually a small pizza buffet chain (Infinitos) near us offers a "Rose' " pizza--a blend of Alfredo and marinara--which is a pleasant blend of styles!:D

 

Agree! Pizza with blue cheese and lettuce? that sounds like a pizza that was thrown away in my garden after a couple of days of fermenting!:eek:

 

Well we have to have some healthy food to balance out those deep fried Mars bars :) :) or the deep fried Pizza - Now that is BAD

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Well we have to have some healthy food to balance out those deep fried Mars bars :) :) or the deep fried Pizza - Now that is BAD

 

We are not oblivious to nutrition--Of course we need healthy foods--olives in martinis, celery stalks in our bloody marys, and OUR pizzas and Mars bars and Twinkies and Double-Stuff Oreos are fried only in polyunsaturated 100% vegetable oil!:D

 

And at least twice a year we eat a salad, whether we need it or not!:eek:

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I make a flatbread with thinly sliced Roma tomatoes, Feta cheese, carmalized onions, and balsamic glaze that is to die for. I also like a traditional Italian pie (ie thin crust, light sauce and cheese) with prosciutto.

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I make a flatbread with thinly sliced Roma tomatoes, Feta cheese, carmalized onions, and balsamic glaze that is to die for. I also like a traditional Italian pie (ie thin crust, light sauce and cheese) with prosciutto.

 

Sold! I'll take 2 slices of each!:) Mmmmmmm....prociutto....

As a side note, my DW makes, for her Easter soul food, a family recipe pie called pizza rustica, which while is not what the western hemisphere might consider a "pizza" but it has an actual pie crust and contains prociutto, italian sausage, and REAL (_sharp_) provolone.

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Hmmmm. I tend to use pineapple as topping quite a bit, but I vary things quite a bit. I can go for a traditional cheese pizza or I can get behind a lot of what California Pizza Kitchen has.

 

I could go for peanut sauce, chicken, pepperoni, pineapple and swiss right now (but I don't feel like making it).

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IMHO, the best pizzas are the ones that are topping-free (American style - sauce, cheese, & oil)

 

Although if I had to pick toppings - ground beef & onions

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Onions, green peppers, sausage, pepperoni and lots of cheese.white pizza with spinach and garlic

 

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1)Sausage, mild banana peppers, & onion

2)Mushroom

3) fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, sliced heirloom tomato

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On Oasis of the Seas they had a Seafood Pizza for only 1 night. It was so good, considering I could eat seafood every single night if I had the choice. It had mussels, calamari, baby scallops, and pieces of fresh crab. I had so many slices throughout the night!

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Just good buffalo Mozarella and tomatoes. Had one slice in Positano, delicious.

 

I would also go for a topping of rucola and raw ham ( added after the pizza is baked). And it has to be a thin crust.

 

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What's on the De Chèvre pizza from the old pizza menu on the Carnival, on sea & on land, but you can't get one of those on land. :( And only on the older ships with Carnival. :rolleyes: :confused: wish we could a choice between the old pizzas & the new pizzas on ALL the ships. My go to meal on my debarkation lunch. Now in Nov. will have to choose something else for it. Hummm maybe I'll just drink my lunch that day this time & have 2 extra Fun Ships.

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On Oasis of the Seas they had a Seafood Pizza for only 1 night. It was so good, considering I could eat seafood every single night if I had the choice. It had mussels, calamari, baby scallops, and pieces of fresh crab. I had so many slices throughout the night!

I love seafood but that sounds off putting to me. :(

 

I love artichoke, olives, onions, garlic, goat cheese plus lots of sauce and just enough moz cheese to keep it all together.

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Thin crust, light sauce and cheese. Preferably something like a four cheese blend, sprinkled with Oregano. Or a pesto sauced pizza topped with mozzarella, olives and chopped fresh tomatoes. Any pizza with loads of garlic.

 

Lorie

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Re: pizza crust: Standard or slightly thick but cooked so that the bottom has just a slight crunch to the outside, and the whole just a wee bit scorched under the broiler to brown the cheese.:*

For those interested, you can have any anchovy that wanders within 50 miles of any pizza I plan to eat. You're welcome.

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Re: pizza crust: Standard or slightly thick but cooked so that the bottom has just a slight crunch to the outside, and the whole just a wee bit scorched under the broiler to brown the cheese.:*

 

For those interested, you can have any anchovy that wanders within 50 miles of any pizza I plan to eat. You're welcome.

 

 

I concur!

 

 

 

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