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Will I ever get tired of making pizza?


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Mrs philpom said, "how about pizza tonight?" and I said, "sure!".

Whipped up a batch of my go to bread machine dough and here they are.  I did three large, two pepperoni w/black olives and one onion, bell pepper, pepper flakes and bacon crumbs.

 

Let's see the process!  

I roll them all in advance and stack between parchment paper.  They get a second rise just before I bake them.

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I paint the sauce on with a silicon baster brush.

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Next for me is always the pepperoni.

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Whole olives give it appeal.

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Mozzarella, plenty of it.

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Just a touch of cheddar for character (only ever on a pepperoni pizza)

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Got the primo preheated and ready to go, game time!

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And the adult treat!  OK, it received a little character also.

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It had been awhile since my last pizza cook, good times, good stuff!

No, I don;t think I will ever get tire of it.

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