Tummy Tuesday : Mod Pizza

Tummy Tuesday : Mod Pizza

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Yay! It’s Tummy Tuesday again. Add your link at the bottom of the post to the blog hop if you’ve got a post or pic that’s food related.

Mod Pizza is fast becoming my new favorite pizza place. They let you put whatever toppings for the same price even on the 6″ mini pizza for $4.87. You get to play the creative pizza chef! So I never get the same pizza twice. It’s too much fun to experiment.

This time I started with a mini Dillon James : mozzarella, asiago, fresh chopped basil, garlic, sliced tomatoes, red sauce. Then I added onions, broccoli, roasted garlic, roasted red peppers and pesto.

It came out yum!

October 9th, I had their new “Kevin” pizza!   I didn’t know back then you could have anything on any pizza and thought it was jus to their 11″ pizza for $7.87 so I got that one. With “Kevin”, instead of pizza sauce, you got pumpkin sauce along with arugula, mozzarella, canadian bacon, sweet hot peppers and balsamic fig

It’s a lot of fun designing your own gourmet pizza when you can use any ingredient you want. I made a few changes to “Kevin”. Swapped the fig glaze for pesto as I thought balsamic might be a little too sharp tasting for my pizza. I added a bunch of other stuff like spinach, tomatoes, roasted red pepper, garlic, red onions, cilantro and basil. The pizza was awesome! Like an autumn harvest on a thin and crispy crust.

Plus they have lovely lemonades.  I tried out their marionberry lemonade.  It was tasty.

And finally the first time I tried them on September 7th. I only go once a month even though I love them because I’m supposed to be off of carbs. But hey, December is around the corner so I can go again in a week! Yay!

This first time I put together mushrooms, roasted red peppers, spicy italian sausage, cilantro, garlic, mozzarella, asiago cheese, red pizza sauce, and a drizzle of pesto. There were a couple other things too but I forgot because I didn’t think to write it all down.  Everything together tasted amazeballs. However, it was too much for the thin crust so I ended up having to eat it with a fork.  Now I don’t order as many toppings.  Just almost as many, lol.

 

Roundup of last week’s Tummy Tuesday (11/20-11/26/18):



This week’s Tummy Tuesday (11/27-12/03/18):

 

 

 

14 Replies to “Tummy Tuesday : Mod Pizza”

  1. Pumpkin sauce seems kinda strange to me for pizza, but I can definitely see bacon and spinach on it. It could also be a dessert pizza and taste like pumpkin pie.

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    1. the pumpkin sauce didn’t have a strong flavor like a tomato-based sauce does. It was ok. Something different to try but I like the tomato sauce better actually.

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    1. They have one at Portland’s airport? I’ll have to see if Tucson’s airport has one next time I’m waiting for a flight. Pizza would make waiting go a lot easier. A mini and a salad does sound like a wonderful feast

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    1. Yeah, I think it’s a great deal. You can have a lot of toppings at a price that at other place you only get pepperoni. I like it because you can “design” a healthier pizza with more veggies

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  2. They all look and sound sooo good! I love pizza, but same thing, I only eat it once in a while. We are already planning a family board-game night and pizza when my daughters come for the Christmas break, yummy!

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  3. We have a place called 1000 degree pizza that just opened up that sounds like it has.a similar theme. Kinda like a subway version of pizza. You pick what you want on the thing and they toss it in a 1000 degree convection oven, ( technically 750, but hot is hot.). They ain’t bad in a fast food kinda way. Quality doesn’t compare to the zillion mom and pop pizza places we have in the northeast, but its cheap and fast and hits the spot!

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    1. yeah, i think we have more chains than you guys do. For a chain, it’s pretty good. I think the thin crust is also to make it cook up faster. Doesn’t take long to wait — which I like as I don’t liek waiting.

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