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Who here is a fan of pizza? If you guys are raising your hands then I bet there aren’t too many paws left on the keyboards at the moment. All right, put your patties down. When I was a young girl my parents would quite often order pizza from this place called the “Village Pizzeria” in our town. The pizza there was delicious and the owner would often make pizzas from around the world. This included a hot and bubbly Chicago-style pie. Now, this type of pizza isn’t for the light eater as it is as deep dish as you can get.
If you were a tiny exploring looking through the caverns of this deep dish pizza you’d probably get lost. Chicago=style pizzas are dripping in sauce, covered in layers of gooey cheese, and topped with anything you want. My personal favorite toppings are pepperoni, ham, mild pepper rings, onions, bacon, green peppers, and heaping mounds of parmesan cheese. So, basically, I like everything but the kitchen sink on ym pie. How will you be making your Chicago-style pizza? Please let me know in the comments 🙂
Recipe and photo courtesy of Group Recipes.