Beef, green olives, onions, pepperoni...

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  1. Buckocaster51

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    Pretty much my favorite

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    Yummmmmmm!
     
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    Sounds like the perfect pie.
     
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    Yeah!
     
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    I'd maybe switch black olives for the green, but no biggie!

    I LOVE olives!
    I LOVE pizza!

    Edit- we JUST ate dinner, and now I want pizza!
     
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    needs anchovies...:D
     
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    I'd pick the olives off but other than that you've made sound choices
     
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    Here is a DC-Area favorite pizza, from Armand's in Rockville, MD- it's a NY/Chicago hybrid, in that they make it deep dish, but toppings and cheese still on top. Amazing!
    This is my fave: pepperoni with spinach/garlic- to die for!
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    I miss pizza (lactose intolerant). I used to get a great seafood pizza at a place called Galaxy Pizza. Shrimp, clams, scallops, baby octopus, crab, and mussels in the shell. Mmmmm.
     
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    that's a casserole on crust

    My pizza laws include (aside from cheese) 3 toppings max. One is better- preferably canadian bacon
     
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    How come more people don't use green olives? Why does it always have to be the black ones??
     
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    It may be that they are too briny/salty compared with black Lindsay olives, which are mellower.
    Then again, folks put anchovies ( which I also love) on pizza, and they are ' fish/salt bombs!'

    Just a guess? But I dig olives!

    ( love Greek Kalamata ones)
     
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    Buck, isn’t there some sort of law in Iowa about only eating Casey’s pizza? ;)
     
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    I always order the green olives, no complaints yet. The onions might cause a little ahem...indigestion though.
     
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    Anchovies and pineapple- would make a great pizza.
     
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    Man, I held you in the highest regard til I read that.......

    :cry::D:lol:
     
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    Pretty boring. With all sorts of ingredients to put on top of a pizza, the creativity is endless.
     
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    Green ones are terribly salty, something no pizza needs more of. Cheese alone has way too much sodium in it.
    I gotsta have my veggies on it. We have a place called Blaze Pizza. It aint Chicago or New Yawk but for around here it's pretty good.
    They have a cauliflower crust for the paleo/keto crowd. You go thru the line and point to the toppings you want, in any amount you want, all the same price. Then they toss it in the fire oven for not quite 10 minutes and yell out your name. We get the veggies and the beef, but they have these fresh roasted garlic cloves that make the whole pie come together. WOW! All fresh, tons of veggies, 2 or 3 kinds of meat, real cheese, gluten free, and very affordable.
     
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    "The anchovy, being an oily fish, is rich in omega-3 fatty acids, well known for its ability to lower levels of triglycerides and cholesterol in the blood. It is also an excellent source of protein, with a fish of average size providing around 9g of protein and only 55 calories."

    what's not to like ?.... ;)
     
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    sausage, pepperoni, mushrooms, ARTICHOKE HEARTS!
     
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