Monday, January 9, 2017

The Saint Louis

Or “Where did you go to high school” pizza! This city is world famous for many things, however a unique feature is how the locals identify themselves. If any person from Saint Louis meets any other person from Saint Louis anywhere in the world, the first question asked is always: “What high school did you go to?” The neighborhoods here were very insular and had their own characteristics. Identifying the high school was a short-hand to all kinds of information on social-economical status, even religion and politics!

While many high school haunts like the Palace of Poison, The Parkmoor, or Chuck-A-Burger are just memories, High Schoolers will always find their own cheep food places. This pizza honors the favorite tastes of these kids. Hope it brings back a few dating memories.

1 pkg pre-made thin pizza crusts
1 box of 6 White Castle hamburgers (plain)
4 frozen toasted ravioli
1 bottle Imo's pizza sauce
1 pkg “provel” cheese
2 tbs olive oil

Prepare the ravioli according to package direction and let cool. (can do this the day before if you want)

Let the White Castle hamburgers thaw. Pry off the buns but try to leave the onions that are cooked into the hamburgers. Cut each hamburger into fourths.

Chop the crunchy ravioli into tiny bits and set aside.

Preheat the oven with a pizza stone in it, according to the instructions on the crust package. (425 degrees)
Lay out the crust on the cutting board. Spoon about 2 tablespoons of sauce. Spread it around with the back of the spoon. Space out the hamburger and ravioli bits. Hint: DO NOT over load it. Sprinkle the cheese over the top. If desired, sprinkle some oregano around the pizza top. Bake for the 10 minutes called for on package.

Remove and let sit for 2 minutes before slicing it.
Note: the pizza did not hang around long enough to get pictures! When practicing, we decided to cut back on the number of ravioli! New number reflected in list.

For our music:

So Happy to be serving my Master Indy


To satisfy and restore.
To nourish, support and maintain.
To gratify, spoil, comfort and please,
to nurture, assist, and sustain
..I cook!

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The Little Black Book of Indiscreet Recipes 


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