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I'm adding some chopped pieces of pork chops I diced the meat from to test my creative skill in finding a good tasting new pizza idea. 

 

I liked the way Mom spiced up the pork chops she made and am trying to match the spices for her recipe so the taste is so the pizza has the same desirable flavor.

 

Hm?  Now what were the ingredients she added to spice up those pork chops?



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I think I may have a new recipe for pizza.

 

Buy already cooked pork, pulled kind without seasoning preferably.

Using spaghetti sauce works for the pies base (if the spaghetti sauce is a bit watery add some tomato paste to thicken it before spreading onto the pie crust; so it is thicker so it doesn't run off the sides when you tip a slice to eat it).

 

Sprinkle yellow corn top of pizza sauce, corn taken off the cobb.

 

Add sliced mushrooms.

 

Add sliced olive bits.

 

Add salt to taste.

 

Add black ground pepper to taste.

 

Top with strings of cheddar and mozzarella cheese.

 

Use diced bits of pork from pork chops. Or market type pulled style unseasoned pork.  Put on top.

 

Sprinkling bits of chives to add a nip to it.

 

 

Flat pizza dough. Thin crust.  Set the oven at 350 degrees, set pizza pan on second level between the top and bottom oven heat coils, and heat for 15 minutes. 

For rising pizza dough.  Thick crust set the oven at 450 degrees, set pizza pan on second level between the top and bottom oven heat coils,  cook for 15 to 20 minutes.

 

The best way to see if it is done is to look at the cheese and see if it has melted evenly; and also look to see that the crust is a light tan with speckle dots of brown around the edge of the crust.  Especially watch and see as that works best for me when I see the thick crust pizza's edges turning light brown too.  



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I'm adding some chopped pieces of pork chops I diced the meat from to test my creative skill in finding a good tasting new pizza idea. 



That sounds phenomenal. Especially if you use the fatty, crispy scraps. GOOD GOD. There might finally be a way to end chicken's tyranny over pizza for good (except buffalo chicken. May they reign side-by-side in peace).

I absolutely adore pork chops so I have to try this out myself sometime.

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I know the sensation of tender crisp bacon cooked on both sides to provide the flavor from it's delicious oil.  This one time I did what I saw done when Mom was frying the porkchops.  After each taste test she rinsed her taste buds with a sip of white wine.  Not Sherry!  A mild white that was let breath so the sting of alcohol was vented.  The tantalizing green grapes flavor and the mild wash moves our flavonoids to receive a repeat of the first sensation with each following a sip of the wine.

 

Our mouth can become accustomed to the pork chop meat so we don't get a repeat of the faint and delicious taste until the next week that pork chops is on the menu.  With a sip of wine to release the previous bites waif of scent, after we chewed it thoroughly, our tongue becomes smothered so our taste buds do not find a second bite we chew as fulfilling.  Unless we civilize our drinking and eating habit we seldom greet another experience twice as we dine.  With our expectations of a repeat of the flavors we tend to desire it more and chew the first bite thoroughly.  Because we rinse and remove the succulent sent of aroma from that first bite we gat an equally exciting sensation with each following bit and swish for each round.

 

The aroma fills our noses sensors a bit, almost like a little smoke getting in the room from the kitchen, which goes unnoticed after awhile.  Until the rooms been aired we give it no more attention.  Greedily inhaling the food takes away any desire for another flavor filled sensation.

 

Until the next time we return to dine before the door swings open and we savor the cooks aroma's drifting in on the whiff of smoke.

 

Our mouth is likened to that and unless we clear the tiny bit of flavor still hanging on our taste buds and a bit of smoke in our noses cavity we do not get the same pleasure from the next bits for the rest of the meal.  Unless we swish a sip of drops of wine side to side to release the nearly unnoticeable taste we gained from the first bite we do not sense that taste again until our taste buds are washed, our noses cavity of sensory glands are let air, with the wine, then the flavor fades and is renewed again as our taste buds again are ready for each new portion we chew..



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I've never liked the mushrooms.

 

Given your taste for the good food are you sure you don't have french origins Paga?


Edited by Oblivionaddicted, 05 May 2021 - 01:29 PM.


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I found a new bit of food I tested.  Instead of mushrooms I added bits of spinach.  After removing the cooked pizza I added a dash of lemon that gave the spinach it's full body taste and found it enhanced the pork's flavor.

 

Spinach is a good source of iron for those who like to have an occasion to eat spinach.  It is included in what is called the daily food pyramid.

 

@Oblivionaddicted: Since some mushrooms add little more than a chewy filler they can be replaced or just left off the recipe when you are making your home made pizza.   If you want someone like me to make your pizza without items don't shop at fast pizza places.  Go to MOD PIZZA where you can make it from what they offer to prepare a pizza to your likeing.



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It's time for another taste adventure to find someone who has created a recipe for a pizza that we may test our taste buds to find out if we would like their pizza.

 

Where I live It is snowing outside and having a pizza on days like this just seems to cheer me up.  I like to make a pizza just to please my olfactory too.   I don't believe I can even smell pheromones.  If I could I probably would be a father of children who would likely enjoy and employ the freedom making their own pizza it gives them.

 

They can pick and choose what ingredients they would like to eat.

 

I just heard someone say, Peanut Butter for their pizza.

 

You're missing out on a be a bit of a heckling and laughing about the kinds of stuff others might imagine a pizza might taste like with added ingredients like; Blue Berries, Grape Jelly, Lime Jelly.  Ca cow nut?

 

What is Ca Cow nut?

 

You should have heard the laughter just now.

 

It's what chocolate is made from!

 

Oh!  MY!  I don't know if I want any of that on my pizza.

 

Cocoa powder and cacao powder are spelled similar and are even similar products, but they aren't one and the same.  Cacao, pronounced cah-cow ... Both start out as beans from the cacao plant, which are separated from the fatty part known as cocoa butter (another fun fact: that's where white chocolate comes from)

 

I don't know; the white buttery chocolate might be a bit like butter.  Anyone got any white chocolate at home to try it?



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It's cooling off outside after getting to 98.0 degrees F..  It was almost like my state of mind.  Not hot enough to cook a pizza though.  Good thing I had a snack before the Sun started drying out the neighbors lawns.  All those short cropped blades of grass starving for water and no one to offer them any.  My two foot tall indigenous meadow grass bore all.

 

The blades being that tall create shade so the ground doesn't get too hot.  The water that is beneath under the soil likely got pulled up by their roots and gave them attention.  Unlike those mowed lawns mine is a bunch of healthy dark green meadow grass which is really appealing to wild life when they need water, because those long tall grass blades provide more water without watering them like lawns need to be water to keep them looking like pretty golf course greens.

 

Now that the Sun has passed overhead and the Earth keeps turning so we will see the Sun slowly go below the Western horizon; I can start to think about having dinner!

 

After the Sun's heat stops beating down on all the roof tops of houses using Air Conditioners to keep the house's insides cool that is the Best Time of Day in the Summer to start to think about dinner.  Air conditioners that are heating the air outside because the AC box heats up outside them while they cool the apartments insides. 

 

If you never been where skyscrapers are they have AC rain in the big cities.  It is really weird, because all those old style window type AC machines cause drops of water to fall from their radiators from all of them dotting the side of the buildings with apartments being kept cool inside.

 

PIZZA TIME!







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