Thanksgiving Pizza

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2010/12/11 19:39:22 (permalink)

Thanksgiving Pizza

On my return visit here, I just wrote about a Road Trip we took to southern Delaware on Thanksgiving weekend. We went to a local Farmer's Marker in Rehoboth and tried the weirdest pizza ever: It was called Thanksgiving Pizza and was made with: pizza crust, turkey, brown gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce! Wow or ugh, depending.
 
Now, has anyone ever heard of such a thing in any other locale?????
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    Davydd
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    Re:Thanksgiving Pizza 2010/12/11 19:51:48 (permalink)
    I made this Turkey-Cranberry-Brie pizza.
     

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    ann peeples
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    Re:Thanksgiving Pizza 2010/12/11 20:31:11 (permalink)
    While I loveDavyyd's pizza posts-have been following them for years, I just cant do this one!!!
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    Foodbme
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    Re:Thanksgiving Pizza 2010/12/11 23:01:23 (permalink)
    You can slap anything on a Pizza crust and call it a Pizza---But is it really a pizza??? I think not.
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    1bbqboy
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    Re:Thanksgiving Pizza 2010/12/11 23:12:35 (permalink)
    NYNM

    On my return visit here, I just wrote about a Road Trip we took to southern Delaware on Thanksgiving weekend. We went to a local Farmer's Marker in Rehoboth and tried the weirdest pizza ever: It was called Thanksgiving Pizza and was made with: pizza crust, turkey, brown gravy, stuffing and cranberry sauce! Wow or ugh, depending.

    Now, has anyone ever heard of such a thing in any other locale?????

    I'd make it deep dish and add the missing mashed potatoes.
    Presto-
    Turkey pot pie pizza. 
    Haven't heard of it but it sounds good, as long as it wasn't your primary
    Thanksgiving dinner.
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    Re:Thanksgiving Pizza 2010/12/12 00:03:53 (permalink)
    Sounds a bit unusual, but I honestly would like to try that.  I've had Thanksgiving sandwiches with turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, and gravy, so why not on top of a crust?  In the words of Gary Lewis & The Playboys, count me in.
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