Edgar Allen Poe Pizza

Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 15 mins

There is a pizza chain called Dewey's that makes this. Of course, I don't have their fabulous crust recipe here (if I did I'd be out selling pizza). Just use the best, lightest, average thickness crust you have (preferably home made). If it turns out even halfway like the pizza at Dewey's, I promise your desire to eat other pizza will be "nevermore". And yeah, I am still working on bringing you that crust recipe!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare dough.
  2. Spread a thin layer of oil on dough, then sprinkle with fontina and mozzarella.
  3. Arrange the toppings with the chevre in little chunks.
  4. Bake in a hot oven (450°F+) on a preheated baking stone if you have it, till browned and bubbly.


Most Helpful

I actually used a whole wheat tortilla as the crust! It's always on hand, is just the right size for one person, and I love the thin crispness it gets! I really enjoyed the pizza, thanks Sue! :D

Sharon123 March 08, 2009

Wow! Stumbled onto this when googling reviews for the Poe pizza. I'm a huge Deweys devotee too and it sounded good. Now I have confirmation from multiple sources that it is and a recipe that I can make it myself should I ever desire. Thanks for posting!

healthyrecipenut May 30, 2015

The perfect veggie pizza and, with a prepared crust, faster to put together than the pizza delivery person can make it to your house! The only suggestion I would make is to omit the Fontina cheese. It's expensive (at least where I live) and we couldn't taste it - since the toppings are so flavorful - think using all mozzarella for the bottom layer would taste the same. I'll definitely make this again!

FLKeysJen January 28, 2013

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