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    Bored with the same old cardboard pizza? Imagine lemony-garlic shrimp on a freshly-baked pizza, and loaded with mozarella and parmesan cheese. Delicious - Simple - Easy!

    Recipe #393932

    This is a delicious pizza that's a combination of a pesto pizza and antipasto salad!!! Created by the Pantry Raiding Divas for the Zaar World Tour II! NOTE: If you'd rather use fresh red bell peppers, slice 1/2 red bell pepper into rings and saute with the mushrooms. NOTE: Purchased pesto may be used, if desired.

    Recipe #175824

    I found this recipe in the Toronto Star, December 26, 2007, rated one of the best recipes of the year. It is a lovely brunch pizza..."do not use a non-stick skillet for the onions, and don't skimp on the pear; it adds the right touch of sweetness". Preparation time will be longer if using home-made pizza dough.

    Recipe #297743

    Blonde pizza is made without tomato sauce. This makes two large (10 x 15 inch rectangular, or 14-inch round) thin and crispy crust pizza. If a thicker crust is desired, use smaller pans and roll dough thicker. Most of the time is spent waiting for the dough to rise. Made for RSC #11.

    Recipe #282949

    Inspired by the internet, TRUE! Added my bit of dash to it too! This is YUMMY as can be! Even if it IS my recipe :)

    Recipe #251494

    From the California Pizza Kitchen Cookbook. This is a very interesting, non-traditional pizza. I made it very spicy by using more jalapeno than called for. Next time, I may briefly saute the zucchini before putting it on the pizza. The chutney is optional, but it is a nice addition.

    Recipe #233433

    This is a delightfully different pizza from the California Pizza Kitchen Cookbook. It's a bit fussy, but most of the parts could be done in advance and then assembled when you're ready to eat. Use whatever crust you like.

    Recipe #214261

    Pide is a wonderful Turkish bread. These filled pides are sold at our local bread store and are so yummy!! Use your favourite pizza dough for this recipe.

    Recipe #141104

    I haven't made this as yet....I am saving it here for safe keeping and sharing. Sounds easy enough, and sounds like it might be economical as well as good.

    Recipe #221138

    9 Reviews |  By KelBel

    I love eggplant parmesan and I love pizza, so I thought, why not? This is really good, just serve with a side salad for a complete meal.

    Recipe #170851

    5 Reviews |  By ms_bold

    This is an adopted recipe that I found to be an incredible blend of flavors. The basil is so fresh with the sweetness of the pineapple and saltiness of the feta and ham. I used a refrigerated pizza crust, but homemade would just make it better.

    Recipe #70951

    This was put together for Zarr World Tour 2006. Our team, the Zaar Explorers, #9 had fun with this. It is actually very good. 5 stars in my book!

    Recipe #176292

    11 Reviews |  By ~Nimz~

    A colorful pizza. A great way to use up summer produce. You can use a store bought pizza dough or make your own. From Williams-Sonoma with some minor changes to fit our taste.

    Recipe #133470

    This pizza lives up to it's name, it's ready in under 30 minutes! Adapted from BH&G magazine.

    Recipe #188538

    I found this recipe in a NZ magazine, so made it (with adjustments to suit us) whilst we were on holiday.

    Recipe #114689

    One thing I love about American Cuisine is that it is acceptable to mix together two different styles of cooking, like Thai with Italian! That's what this dish is, a pizza inspired by the flavor of Chicken Satay. Every ingredient in this dish compliments the other. I highly recommend leaving nothing out!

    Recipe #186285

    I love mushrooms and this is a grand way to show them off! Adapted from BH&G!

    Recipe #186325

    I ate something like this at California Pizza Kitchen and couldn't find the recipe. So, here's the imitation that tastes incredible.

    Recipe #185722

    Submitted for Zaar World Tour 2006, a real veggie delight:D Very tomato-ey and colorful. If you prefer to make your own dough, we suggest Steve's recipe no. 8497 or littleturtle's recipe no. 112643:D

    Recipe #177149

    An easy version of the California Pizza Kitchen favorite. I like to use the Italian pizza crust (Boboli) because it is quick, but you could also adapt it to use your own favorite pizza crust. A good one I like here on Zaar is Recipe #8497 posted by Steve Sickenberger.

    Recipe #33440

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