By FLKeysJen on January 06, 2009
Photo by Nif
Photo by Nif
"This is posted in tribute to Bob Petrillose, its creator who passed away last month. I had the honor of eating way too many of these pizza subs during my college days. Rumor has it that a student who worked in the truck sold the idea to Stouffer's and was the origin of the French Bread Pizza. Learn more about Bob here: http://www.seriouseats.com/2007/02/the-hot-truck.html and here http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Dec08/PetrilloseObit.html"
Serving Size: 1 (424 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"My son and I gobbled this up! I used the mushrooms and he used ham. I left the sandwiches in the oven for a couple more minutes to melt the cheese a bit more but that's the only change. Made for my adopted chef for PAC 2011. Thanks FLKeysJen! :)"
"Wife and I loved this! Quick and easy"
"This was great. I used a wonderful organic whole wheat bread as well as fresh mushrooms, paired it with a nice salad and had an easy meal for the whole family!"
"I was looking at a picture of the Hot Truck menu and had to turn this into the North Baker (sauce, mozz, mustard, lettuce, and sour cream & onion chips on garlic bread -- although, I admit, I had my chips on the side)"
"My husband makes this all the time. He went to Ithaca and used to tell me stories about Hot Truck. I didn't quite understand until I had one for myself (at the Short stop Deli). The "home version" is so quick and easy. Sometimes we make it on garlic bread."
"This is great! Just made it with pepperoni and didn't end up putting the two pieces together to make a sandwich, just had it like pizza. It was really yummy. Thanks for the recipe!"