Pizza: 50 Traditional and Alternative Recipes for the Oven and Grill

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Quarry Books, 2005 - Cooking - 128 pages
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If you think if pizza as a dish with only sausage, pepperoni, and cheese, think again. Somewhere along the way pizza has grown up. Now, you can choose to bake your pizza or put it on the grill. In Pizza, pizza as we∆ve known it is reborn. In these pages, readers will learn the essence of the pizza recipes and how fresh ingredients combined in traditional and unique ways can build to achieve appetizing and visually appealing dishes.

Recipes range from classic pizzas such as Spinach and Arugula Grilled Pizza and Grilled Pizza Margheritta to contemporary pizzas like Buffalo Chicken Stuffed Skillet Pizza, to breakfast dishes like Brunch Pizza with Scrambled Eggs and Prosciutto, to a Chicken Ceasar Salad on Grilled Crust pizza, to a dessert of Mixed Berry Grilled Pizza, this volume includes variations of the classic Italian recipes, vegetarian options, and recipes that reflect ethic diversity takes the pizza beyond Italy∆s borders.

Use the book as a specific guide to achieve a meal or as a guideline for your own creations. Readers will learn how sauces, cheese, toppings and doughs are interchangeable. There∆s also an explanation of traditional and not-so-traditional ingredients.

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About the author (2005)

Dwayne Ridgaway is a food and beverage consultant and caterer. He has worked as a chef in the San Destin Beach Resort and the Elephant Walk in Florida. He lives in Rhode Island.

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