Hi Caprice well my favorite pizza is Pepperoni n Pineapple. I also like combination when I'm on the mood. We have pizza once a week in my family when I don't feel like cooking but really everyone loves pizza.
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My favorite pizza is my hubby's pizza - he uses Portland Pie Co. dough. He makes a wonderful chicken alfredo pizza with mushrooms and onions but my all-time favorite is his sauceless with tomato slices, pepperoni, onions and peppers.....its so good. He cooks it at a very high temperature for a short period of time on the grill.....I think I'm going to call him and put in a request!
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I love pizza. Coming from the southwest my favorite pizza is pepperoni and green chilli. Everynow and then a good chicago style pizza is good filled with pepperoni,olives,and mushrooms. Today pizza might be on the menu.
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