Pizza, Pizza.


October 10, 2009 by sandwichcontrol

A million Space Bucks!

A million Space Bucks!

Last night, pizza was the only word Pancake Land would say to me when I returned to the house from work. So, I donned my hoodie again and went to Wal*Mart to purchase the supplies that I would need to make pizza. I returned home and concocted the most ridiculous pizza ever. Well, maybe not the most ridiculous.

My pizza goes like this: whole wheat thin crust, Classico Sun-dried Tomato Alfredo, spinach, red onion, sliced green olives, artichoke hearts, roasted chicken, bacon, mozzarella, parmesan, and blue cheese. All sprinkled with Italian seasoning.

It was serious. It is actually a variation on my standard pizza. I normally use a plain Alfredo and an Italian blend of shredded cheese, but the veggies are usually the same. Oh, and I added bacon. The Classico S-d Tomato Alfredo was okay, but it tasted and smelled a little like nacho cheese. If you want nacho cheese as your base, just use nacho cheese. Don’t bother buying a more expensive Alfredo. Also, the blue cheese was lost amongst all of the other flavors, so if you are going to use blue cheese, make sure that gets its place in the flavor sun and don’t overshadow it with thirty other flavors.

As far as my plans for the weekend go, I need to evacuate the house early today so as to not bring my terrible luck down on the heads of the Razorbacks. I will probably go run around with my family and trick one of them into buying me lunch. Tonight, me and most of the Old School posse will be in effect. Shamrock and D-Man are coming down from the mountain to kick it at Nicky the Cook’s house. Nicky is going to teach me how to properly make Risotto and Chicken Picatta. Fun times. Tomorrow it is back to work on the Secret Doctor’s Book. But, today is a food day. I love food days. More soon. ~SC


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