We all know pineapples are a no-no on pizzas but barbecue sauce is another bugbear of mine. BBQ sauce does not belong on a pizza. Chicken is great in general but I'm always underwhelmed by it on a pizza.
I can't stand olives on their own but on a genuine Italian pizza, I have grown to love them.
I invoke my right under the 5th amendment of the United States constitution and decline to answer the question.
Update: I make pizza every two weeks or so. Tonight I made my sauce using a 28-oz can of San Marzano peeled tomatoes. Fried a couple cloves of garlic, added the tomatoes, crushed them, then just added a tablespoon of oregano and Italian seasonings. Simmered a long time. Just used sliced mozzarella as topping. Great!
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When it comes to pizza, I'm pretty much a purist. I like it with mozzarella (sliced, not shredded), crushed tomatoes, and oregano just like my mother used to make it. Yes, I can eat it with pepperoni once in a great while and even anchovies, but seldom. Mom was Napolitan, so she knew pizza.
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I've only had authentic Chicago deep dish pizza once when I had a 4 hour layover at O'Hare. It was good but the cheese was salty and obviously the pizza was heavy. It was good on it's own but if you get into the discussion which one's better, New York or Chicago, it's New York all day every day!
Hell yea..IF u have the time..u could make it into a fun day in DA kitchen..Frank has gotten into a cute little man in his latter day's..God bless him..that is actually a good & authentic recipe..as a career Sous Chef, I do applaud it's adventure 4 a fun day in the kitchen!!!...although I would not drink coffee w/ it as Frank did!..Boun Appetite.