Happy Happy Pizza! #3: it died in the oven 
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Pizza #9: Lil' SantaPizza #9: Lil' Santa
Don't you wish it could be Christmas all year? Well you will once you see this cute little Santa Clause pizza.

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The Saunderses are truly dedicated happy pizza craftsmen.. submitting no fewer than three amazing pizzas including "Mr. Splatface" pictured here.

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Pizza #3: Our First Homemade Smiley Pizzacraft!

The Place Homemade by Lorraine Skelton of Langley, British Columbia Canada
The Pizza A 15-inch vegetarian with Yves Veggie Pepperoni on a homemade crust.
The Result Overall: 6 / 10 Although Lorraine gets big points for the pre-bake appearance, the aftermath ain't so pretty.


Here's a lesson for all of you amateur pizza chefs and happy face artists out there. Notice in the photo above the delightful expression on the red pepper, olive, and mushroom face on our pizza. However, after a few minutes in the oven his nose has shrivelled and his face resembles some kind of pizza zombie with olives everywhere.

I think cheese quantity was only part of the problem here. Although browning the mozzarella under a broiler certainly is tasty, it will likely destroy the complexion of our pizza's happy face

This pizza is courtesy of Joe and Lorraine Skelton






A Quick Slice St. Louis-style pizza is a distinct style of pizza popular in St. Louis, Missouri and its surrounding areas. It is also sometimes duplicated in other areas of the Midwest. The most notable characteristic of St. Louis-style pizza is the distinctively St. Louisan provel cheese used instead of (or rarely in addition to) the mozzarella common to other styles of pizza. The pizza has a thin, round crust, as opposed to Chicago's deep-dish style or New York's pan-style. The crust of a St. Louis pizza is somewhat crisp and cannot be folded easily, and is typically cut into three- or four-inch squares instead of the pie-like wedges typical of other pizza. It is often salty and seasoned with more oregano than other pizza types. Despite its thin crust, it can be layered deeply with many different toppings. Sauces tend to have a sweetness to them, some more noticeably than others. The two largest St. Louis-style Pizza chains are Imo's Pizza and Cecil Whittaker's Pizzeria.


 
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