Persuasive Essay About Pizza

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Have you ever thought about diving into a pizza before? I know I have—although it may result in acne and other harmful bodily effects, how could I possibly pass up the opportunity to be one with my favorite food? Unfortunately, I am not talking about your typical, how-did-i-accidentally-burn-this frozen pizza from the supermarket; unless you prefer cardboard over a gooey cheesy goodness, then how are you even alive? On the other hand, if you are interested in an authentic Chicago-style version, then look no further: you have arrived at your destination. I can only hope that you are prepared to make one of the most monstrous, mouthwatering piles of cheese and sauce in existence. Even Sally from Sally’s Baking Addiction describes it as “life-changing”. Firstly, the crust. You will want to start by dumping flour, cornmeal, salt, and yeast into a large bowl. Cornmeal allows for the crust to be extremely crispy—almost like when you eat your favorite brand of potato chips, and you think to yourself: “Wow, this is crunchy”. Once you toss the mixture a bit, add one and one-fourths cups of warm—ideally ninety degrees—water and one-fourths cup of melted butter. Be sure to…show more content…
When you take a ball out of the fridge, use a rolling pin to shape it into a circle. You will then place it over a cake pan, trimming off the edges until it fits the pan perfectly. Once you filled the pan with two cups of cheese, go all out with the ingredients of your choice; just make sure you have room for the sauce and cheese. Lastly, top it off with one and one-fourth cups of the sauce and sprinkle one-fourth cups of Parmesan cheese over that. Once your oven is preheated to four hundred and twenty-five Fahrenheit, bake the pizza for twenty to thirty minutes until the crust is golden brown. Let it cool, and then serve. If you have leftovers, place it in an airtight container for up to five days. You can reheat the pizza using the oven or
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