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Cook the Issue 2010 - Salade aux Lardons Pizza/NOT

What a mess, but you gotta love a pizza mess!

What a mess, but you gotta love a pizza mess!

  • What a mess, but you gotta love a pizza mess!
  • No lettuce on this pizza!

By ICDOCEAN1, member

October 22nd, 2010

Ah, so finally it is oven season, like turn it on to 500° and make pizza.  Sorry FC, but not a piece of lettuce on the pizza and sorry, I didn't take a picture of the salad of frisee, arugula, bibb lettuce, pancetta, and yellow tomatoes that we had with the pizza, the pizzas take 8-9 minutes and I made three, no photos is the result if you want hot pizza around here, but we are happy campers, pizza season is officially open!

So let's just call this deconstructed "Salade aux Lardons Pizza" and the salad is not even in the picture, trust me it was good with a really nice vinaigrette of Cabernet Wine and Balsamic vinegars.

FC needs to dedicate a new issue to pizza and flatbreads, that would be really nice to cook from!


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Comments (2)

ICDOCEAN1 writes: I did that a few times, but I love the FC flat breads on the grill and as high a heat that I could get it, was just too hot to have the oven on so high in the heat of NC. I recently made real flatbread pizza and we just loved them,fun project for kids as it includes a pasta roller.
http://www.epicurious.com/articlesguides/chefsexperts/interviews/benfordrecipe

Sorry my salad was not pictured, but as I said, if you want hot pizza, you can't take pictures and I am the only one in the kitchen. Posted: 8:36 pm on October 22nd

Pielove writes: Ha, deconstructed-- great idea. I also love the pizza and flatbreads idea-- remember all those great grilled flatbreads. I bet they would be great on the pizza stone. Posted: 8:00 pm on October 22nd

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