I like a regular cheese and pepperoni (especially from a local place called Mister Pizza) cooked in the oven until the cheese browns.
I like my pizza from Nick's Pizza in Apple Valley California.... Pepperoni, Sausage, Canadian Bacon, Ham, fresh olives, jalepeno's, onion and extra, extra cheese. Slightly fried on top. They do this by flipping the pizza in the oven after it's cooked. I also like some Tobasco sauce on it, but only when I feel crazy.
Whats called 'Supreme' with Canadian bacon instead of ham, artichoke hearts instead of green pepper/onion. rest is mushroom, olive, pepperoni, linguicia. Or just salami and pepperoni pizza works just fine, also. Got to have red pepper regardless.
I remember some good 'square' pizzas, and of course except they are too heavy, chicago/dinner pizzas.
I have recently figured out the absolute best way to make you're own pizza at home. You can do it in a toaster oven and it's super cheap.
Buy a loaf of french bread, mozzarella cheese, and whatever toppings you want. I like chorizo, tomatoes, red onions, jalepenos, and black olives. The other important ingredient is the sauce. I found a sun dried tomato spread that tastes fucking incredible. Slice a chunk of the bread, then cut that through the side like a sandwich. Then put on the tomato spread, cheese and toppings. Pre-heat the oven at 400 degrees, then bake for about ten to twelve minutes. I then finish it off with hot sauce and parmesan cheese on top. It's incredible, better than most stuff you can buy at a shop.
Same here. But the Pepperonis gotta be good. Ive had fresh cut ones for a long time now. And that frozen crap lots of places use are nasty now.
Pepperoni. Sometimes just cheese if it's really good cheese. I like my pizza nice and simple.
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