thin multigrain crust with a thick tomato sauce cheese blend. Fresh tomatos and onion, perhaps some chicken. I do like the pizzas we get here at Costco, well just the 4 cheese and the margherit (mmmm fresh mozza and basil)
sadly I dont get it often because it is hard to find places that use nitrate free meats and well chese especially the blends can be a migraine trigger too...sigh.....and I am jsut toooooo lazy to make my own, actually lost my yummy crust recipie and well nothing else seems as yummers and too lazy to try to find a new one
anyone have any ideas for a gluten free pizza? my son and i love pizza but his gf is gluten intolerant. the last time we did french bread pizza i put the pizza fixings on corn tortillas for her, but that didn't work well. lol
I like some of the strange pizzas, like spinach or garlic chicken on thin crusts.
Chicago's Pizzeria Uno!! They have the most AMAZING five-cheese pizza. They bring it to your table fresh out of the oven and they have a little gas burner underneath the pizza to keep it warm and the cheese melted! It's fabuloso!
Other favorite toppings: mushrooms, chicken, anchovies, pineapple, green olives (though not necessarily together). I am allergic to tomatoes, so a nice olive-oil-instead-of-sauce anchovy pizza is a treat.
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For gluten-free, there's make your own but more and more stores (at least here) carry gluten free choices for everything you need to make a pizza. Keep an eye out and maybe ask at the stores you shop at. Sometimes the gluten-free stuff is in different areas than you'd expect.
Okay, I think I have an idea what Chicago pizza is like but what makes a NY pizza a NY pizza?
(And yes, I did end up having pizza for dinner yesterday. I couldn't resist after reading everyone's delicious-sounding posts!)
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I asked at the store, but they had no gluten free crusts for pizzas. i can find all the non wheat flours at the store so we could make our own crust. that's just an awful lot of hard work. lol. i'm currently researching gluten free and dairy free breads i can do in my bread machine. at least that way it's not alot of hard work. lol
don't try the bread machiune ones they don't work. Remember i was allergic to wheat for 13 years ! Go to either wholefoods or natural grocers and they have glueten free crusts. They're pretty good too! expensive but good! I tried many recipes in the bread machine that i borrowed from my friend and they all turned out doo doo. I made my own bread and if you need a recipe i'll send it to you. its very good. rice flour based but also tapioca flour and i forget but yummy. If ya'll want it i'll type it out here and you can all copy and have it for your recipes!
I love gejo's! and chicagos deep dish in downtown chicago. I forget the name of hte pizza parlor in chicago but absolutely without a doubt the best i've ever eaten other than gejo's that just reopened. so i'll have red onion, mushroom, black olive, sausage and pepperoni with extra cheese! i had pizza yesterday and am going to have it again to night from garlic knot. ym ym they make really good pizza too not quiet as good as gejos but very tasty.
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