25 Mennonites will arrive today and stay for the weekend. Tonight is pizza night so I thought about creating a pizza that will reflect Mennonite influence.
Sparse, strong, thrifty but satisfying in a non-epicurean way. But puhleeezzeeeeeee NO BEANS because that would be just plain WRONG!
The leaders of this group are Jim and Kathy Yoder – quite a common last name for Mennonites – so the pizza will be named “The Yodero“
I am open to suggestions here . . . What ingredients would you put on a Mennonite pizza?
Perogies and Cabbage Rolls? Farmers sausage would be good too…
haha this is hilarious andrew!! ^^ but nice to hear that u guys r still doing pizza nights on fridays! 🙂 …. how about olives? they have a religious touch ^^
I would go with fresh hearty vegetables, the kind you get from a farmer’s market. Then add a bit of organic sausage.
Sorry – too late to really help now – unless the pizza was delayed by a long period of prayer & fasting, or a peace vigil. However, I would suggest a strong goat cheese. Enjoy
Seven sweets and seven sours…
I would agree with Becky, my friend told me he had a pizza in calgary and it had some great tasting vegetables and it really made their pizza something to remember. I want to try it out myself, what do you think?
Don’t know about ingredients, but the pizza cutter should have no rubber on it (i.e., steel wheel only).
I just love pizza Calgary so much! It never gets old and never tastes bad. I grew up with a mother who loved to cook pizza but didn’t do regular stuff she put fruit or veggies on it so we ate healthy for the most part and now being older I still can’t get enough of it!