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Old 10-24-2010, 08:12 AM   #1
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I like tomato sauce but it gives me gastric problems: Might as well sprinkle Pepcid tablets on it instead of the pepperonis.

I've become a fan of non-traditional pizza's, like pesto pizza.



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Old 10-24-2010, 08:49 AM   #2
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I am not a fan of a lot of sauce. My pizza has to have it applied very lightly. I like Alfredo pizzas and the Philly Cheese Steak pizzas. Not a fan of pesto. Like you i guess i just don't tolerate heavily applied pizza sauce well .
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One of my favorite pizzas is a black olive pizza with no sauce. So yummy!
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Old 10-24-2010, 11:12 AM   #4
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Here in New Haven, home of the first American pizzas, we like white clam pizza. Ideally, it comes with fresh shucked clams, fresh garlic and grated Parmesan cheese. Mozzarella is optional, as is bacon. Really good stuff. Most places serve it with wedges of lemon.
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Here in New Haven, home of the first American pizzas, we like white clam pizza. Ideally, it comes with fresh shucked clams, fresh garlic and grated Parmesan cheese. Mozzarella is optional, as is bacon. Really good stuff. Most places serve it with wedges of lemon.
I LOVE white pizza with ricotta, mozzarella, fresh garlic and even fresh sliced tomatoes, but I have to say - I want that white clam! Sounds amazing. Holy moly.
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I love tomato sauce but it doesn't love me much so I often go with the white pie too.

I also slice tomatoes really thin and dot the top of the pie with slices and some chopped fresh basil (and black olives) too. You can order it that way too as a Margarita pie (except no black olives ha ha)
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i like pesto and creamy garlic sauce on my pizza more than tomato unless its homemade pizza then i mix garlicky tomato sauce and alfredo with it. i have gotten heartburn the last few times i had pizza with tomato sauce.. Its no fun to have pain with a yummy food!
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Huh. The first pizza I thought of that doesn't have tomato sauce is Pier 49's Lombard Street, with southwestern grilled chicken, red onions, six cheeses and their original hickory bbq pizza sauce.
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Sometimes I like to go tomato-less, too. A few great ones I've had include pesto with shrimp (seriously yummy), chicken alfredo with spinach and mushrooms, and a very simple one with olive oil and garlic instead of sauce; kalamata olives, artichoke hearts and mozzarella.
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hubs and I were hungry last night, but not tooo hungry. I'd bought some pre-made thin pizza crusts from a local bakery and had fresh mozzarella too. Turns out the mozzarella was bad, and we had nothing for sauce, so I opened a jar of butternut squash puree from Williams Sonoma and used that. Since its a bit sweet, I topped it with a saltier cheese (we used feta and something else kinda stinky), caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms, yellow squash, and halved baby heirloom tomatoes. SO. GOOD. I sauteed all the veggies in duck fat, too, which gave it a little extra some some.
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hubs and I were hungry last night, but not tooo hungry. I'd bought some pre-made thin pizza crusts from a local bakery and had fresh mozzarella too. Turns out the mozzarella was bad, and we had nothing for sauce, so I opened a jar of butternut squash puree from Williams Sonoma and used that. Since its a bit sweet, I topped it with a saltier cheese (we used feta and something else kinda stinky), caramelized onions, sauteed mushrooms, yellow squash, and halved baby heirloom tomatoes. SO. GOOD. I sauteed all the veggies in duck fat, too, which gave it a little extra some some.
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One of my favorite appetizers is to make a pizza with a thin crust, sprinkle with grated mozzarella, crumbled gorgonzola, top with paper thin slices of prosciutto and chopped dates. It is incredibly delicious.
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