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Pizza

Pizza is a yeasted flatbread typically topped with tomato sauce and cheese and baked in an oven. It is commonly topped with a selection of meats, vegetables and condiments.

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I'm tired of the idea that pizza has to be fancy to be good. Sometimes it's the simle things that make it so good like the grease and the pepperoni. Why do we make Pizza complicated?

Contributed by Miranda Hutchens

Pizza the most acceptable food ever.

Contributed by Elena Ramirez

Pizza Burger!

Who says yes?? I DOOOOO!

Contributed by Holly Forbes

The new way to cut pizza...

pizza scissors!

Contributed by Holly Forbes

Amen

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Contributed by Jordan Griffin

Pull Apart Pizza Bread

I just made this a couple days ago. So good! I used Garlic and Herb pizza dough from Fresh and Easy, and it was amazing! One of the reviewers said to cook the pepperoni in the oven for 7 minutes in order to get rid of some of the grease, and I recommend doing so.

Contributed by Jenna Julien

The greatest hodge podge of pizza ever created

Contributed by May Benge

Here's how to reheat your pizza in the microwave without making the crust chewy.

Contributed by May Benge

Here's how to reheat your pizza in the microwave without making the crust chewy.

Contributed by May Benge

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