PBS Pizza

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Why is this pizza associated with Public Television? Because we ate it last night in front of the television set while watching our usual Sunday night marathon of PBS shows. There is still half of it left for a delicious lunch – maybe tomorrow !

INGREDIENTS: A light brushing of olive oil and a light smear of pasta sauce on a half whole wheat and half white flour crust. Then mozzarella cheese slices, Italian sausage slices, pepperoni, roasted red peppers, sauteed sweet onions and mushrooms, black olives, and a good sprinkling of oregano. When it came out of the oven, I sprinkled on a generous portion of freshly grated Parmesan cheese and let the heat of the pizza melt it a bit.

It was very good! ;->


About judilyn

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11 Responses to PBS Pizza

  1. gypsy97 says:

    I love homemade pizza! There is only one commercial pizza I don’t mind eating, and half of that is that it’s such a fun place to go. Your pizza has everything on it that I would order!


    • judilyn says:

      I really like to have something green on the pizza, too. I had some raw spinach, but forgot to put it on. Green pepper is good, too, as is a good sprinkling of Mexican scallions or green onion tops.


  2. taphian says:

    yummy, must do pizza again, my son loves it, virtual hugs, Mitza


  3. Kim says:

    Wow. I want one!


  4. judilyn says:

    Can you get here by lunchtime? We can share the other half! ;->


  5. Liz says:

    I landed right smack on the pizza coz that’s what I like. Is that half still hanging around somewhere? mmmm…You always make great pizzas. I love this one too! How is Summer? Ours is cool and pleasant. Wish you a lovely Sunday!


    • judilyn says:

      Sorry, Liz. We ate the other half . . . although there were a few nibbles left from that, so we ate them with some minestrone soup day before yesterday.


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