i'm usually somewhat of a pizza purist (thin crust, not too much cheese, cooked in a wood fired brick oven), but i still like a change of pace once in a while. i've had mussels marinara, or eggs, or even pickled herring and onions on pizza before, so some of those sound good. especially the surf and turf and the tandoori.
the only problem i have is if it doesn't have tomato sauce and cheese on dough, then it isn't called pizza. it's a type of foccacia with toppings, imo.
anywho, stacking pizza isn't all that new.
when i was a kid, we used to eat two slices with different toppings stacked on top of each other at the same time so we could get all of that goodness at once.
in fact, does anyone remember when john travolta in "saturday night fever" stacked two slices of nyc style pizza on top of each other, folded and ate them as he walked the steets of brooklyn?
must be a brooklyn thing since that's where my family lived when i was born.
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