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Sunday, March 18, 2012

My Baby Brudder's (Charlie's) World Famous Pizza

A lot of people have asked my brother why he hasn't tried to sell his pizza commercially, or in a restaurant... His answer, "It costs so much to make, I'd have to charge at least $20 a slice!" Take a look at the pictures I took the other night and tell me if you can figure out why... and tell me you wouldn't pay $20 to try a slice of that!?!?!?! Heaven on a plate!!!


My baby brudder... the crust first...


Fixin's... slicing the Swiss


Notice a layer of Swiss cheese
on top of the crust
and then the home-made sauce!


and more fixin's...
bacon and sausage...


... top with Hamburger,
Canadian Bacon and fried Bacon


... and Johnsonville Italian Sausage


... and bell pepper, onion and black olives


Two types of mushrooms and
then Pepperoni...

... and "Cheese! Glorious Cheese!"


15 toppings later...
FINALLY! Ready for the Oven :-)

Cooking!

Almost done...

Done!

Mine, Mine, Mine!!!






22 comments:

  1. 911!!! It would probably be worth it :)

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  2. Just saw this on Pinterest! I would pay for that!! It looks awesome!!!!!! Seriously my mouth is watering just looking at.....

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    1. Cool! That gives me something to think about :-)

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    2. It is sooo thick, I don't see how it cooks without being soggy. I bet it is tasty, though.

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  3. I would pay pay pay, looks great

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    1. Hmmmmm! We may have something here!!! :-) THANKS!

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  4. Okay...missing out here. : ). How does he make his pizza dough, sauce, and the temp of the oven...time baking? I gotta know! It looks soooo good, and I've never made homemade pizza before.. HELP!!! Thanks.. : )

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    1. Cheri... I have a pizza dough recipe under the post of "Elliott's Pizza". As far as the sauce, you can use any spaghetti type sauce or even a bottled pizza sauce from your grocery store. The temp is about 400 degrees and the times vary... about 20 to 30 minutes. (or until golden brown, like the picture.)
      This is a massive pizza to take on as a first try! This is my brother's recipe, and he 'allowed' me to take pictures. I didn't get his written recipe... so just follow along with the pictures. Cook all of the meats ahead of time, cut and chop all the veggies and set up an area with plenty of room. It takes a while to fix this pizza! Good luck and let me know how it turns out :-)

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  5. LOOKS SO YUMMY. GRANNY FROM FLORIDA

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  6. I saw this on facebook and the picture made my stomach growl! I made this for a house full of teenagers tonight and it was awesome! Thank you for posting!

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    1. YAY! I'm glad they liked it! Thanks for the feedback! :-)

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  7. Pizza is not southern but it shares a few major characteristics of typical southern fare: yummy but heart-attack inducing. I feel fat after just looking at the pics, but it does look good.

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    1. Are you kidding me??? I would venture to say that you don't know food cuisines or the purpose of this website!

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    2. Oh, good golly; I sure did not mean to be critical. Pizza is prepared and enjoyed by people all over the globe; I did not mean to imply that you should not be able to make it where you are. I just started off saying that to then compare it with typical Southern food. Please don't misunderstand; I am Southern, I cook from scratch, and I enjoy your blog. I am just concerned about cooking more healthy foods and I more than understand that "people in the South" do not cook pork chops with every meal! I fully understand Southern pride and I certainly need no history lessons but at the same time, I worry about health issues stemming from too much of a good thing. I am sorry that a comment made in passing was taken so personally, and responded to with such time and energy. I only now saw all of your response as I do not not spend that much time on the internet. Take care.

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  8. Looks yummy and I'm going to try it as soon as I make a trip to the grocery store to get the ingredients. Sure am glad that my neighbors like pizza. Its more than I could eat in a week, so I'll be nice and share, lol.

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  9. From an inside source...because 'they' buy in bulk, I was told that it cost less than $1.00...(on average .75 cents) ....including all overhead costs to make a large pizza.

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  10. This recipe would blow my weekly grocery budget... BUT, I was SOOOOO enjoy it! Definitely pinning this one. I WILL make this, one day.

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  11. My hubby makes his own pizza too, but Wowzers! I wanna piece!

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  12. Oh My Word! This is fantastic and every bit worth $20.00 a slice!!!! Send your Brudder to FL! lol :)

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  13. Looks great. .and very similar to a few monster pizzas I made in the past . :)

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