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QotD: Toppings

Question: What do you get on top of your pizza?

My Answer: Extra cheese, pepperoni, and bacon. Mmmmmmm.

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12 Responses to "QotD: Toppings"

  1. yeah bacon and pepperoni are a good mix. Speaking of pizza, did you notice that a bunch of Domino's closed in Erie like overnight without anyone knowing? Somewhere is a mom with coupons in her purse about to get really frustrated.

  2. Pepperoni, sausage, bacon and black olives.

  3. You just described my favorite pizza.

  4. Soy/rice cheese, tomato sauce, often mushrooms, sometimes broccoli and olives.

  5. Original Tabasco brand Pepper Sauce

    Ah man, my mouth is watering... Definitely going to have to order pizza now.

  6. Pepperoni and sausage. Mmmm.

  7. Soy cheese, spinach, red onions, broccoli, artichoke hearts, and fresh basil.

    Mmmmmm. Tasty!

  8. I will order either green peppers or baby portabello mushrooms, but there is a pizza place in gainesville that has specialty pizzas. It's called Leonardo's by the slice. When I go there I get the "Florentine" which is a "white pie" with spinach, sundried tomato, plum tomato, feta & basil.

    Check it out here -- http://www.gatorfood.com/menu.asp?restaurant=92

  9. Pepperoni, Canadian Bacon (Ham), Bell Peppers, and Extra Cheese

    One of our local pizza places uses sauce and pepperoni that are a little spicier than everyone else. There's no need to add the little red pepper crumbs and the spicy goodness is better integrated throughout. Yummy!

  10. My wife turned me on to this-- bacon, green olives and mushrooms on thin crust. But I also really enjoy ham, pineapple and green onion.

  11. Either pineapple + chicken (or ham), or just green peppers. Green peppers is my favorite, but pineapple + chicken (or ham) is nice sometimes.

  12. The last one I made had sliced ham and paprika on it. Had nothing more interesting in the fridge.

    I love cooking and baking.


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