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    Inspired by my experience at Stella Rosa, I found myself contemplating giving my kids pizza and wanting them to get something other than a belly full of grease and bread. Enter the burrizza (pronounced: boo-rritsa...sorta). We had it with a side of black bean soup topped with crushed tortilla chips, fresh avocado, super finely diced onions and diced tomatoes.
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    What is the crust? A tortilla? Looks pretty good whatever it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tk59 View Post
    Inspired by my experience at Stella Rosa, I found myself contemplating giving my kids pizza and wanting them to get something other than a belly full of grease and bread. Enter the burrizza (pronounced: boo-rritsa...sorta). We had it with a side of black bean soup topped with crushed tortilla chips, fresh avocado, super finely diced onions and diced tomatoes.
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    Very, very, very cool. I have to do pizza when I finally get back home. It's for the childern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny.B.Good View Post
    What is the crust? A tortilla? Looks pretty good whatever it is.
    Right. It's a tortilla, topped with a basil, garlic, olive oil mixture, some tomato, mushrooms and crumbled, spicy turkey burger patties I made over the weekend. I rolled 'em up before serving to minimize the mess and prevent picking off of choice toppings.

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    Genius.

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    Looks great

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    Just noticed this, but I like the knife teasers in the photo. I see Sachem's ancient Sabatier and what is the knife w/o handle? You rehabbing something?

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    Looks fun. Homemade tortillas is on my list. I want to get a press. My kids would love it. Probably add cilantro. I like the knife teasers too. Glad you ended up with the sabatier from Son.

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    That brings back some memories. "Pizza burritos" were a staple back in school. Except we'd wrap ours up like burritos. Typical college fare--you could keep a bag of tortillas, a jar of sauce, pre-shredded cheese, and pepperoni in the fridge and whip up a burrito to cook in the toaster oven. Great at 2 a.m.

    Yours look much better.

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    When I was a kid, it was Thomas's English Muffins with leftover tomato sauce and a sprinkling of parmesan. These burizzas probably tasted a heck of a lot better.
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