We used to have a place here in Linworth, OH, I think it was Anthony’s, but they had a stuffed pizza. Man, was it good. One or two pieces and you were done. Had to be 2-2 1/2 inches thick. Did everyone just hear my stomach growl?
Yeah, I think it’s just a double-crust, kind of like apple pies have.
Years ago, I think I had something similar at a pizza place called "The Upper Crust" or something while on vacation. It was very good, if and when I get to PA, I’ll check out this "Pizza Box" – all I can find out here even close is a calzone.
A stuffed pizza typically has a layer of dough with high sides, and the cheese and toppings are then placed on that dough within the sides. In some variations, another layer of dough is placed over the top. You don’t actually stuff it.
That sounds pretty tasty. Next time I travel out to PA, I am going to have to make sure I get to the Pizza Box! If you can post a pic, I’d be interested in taking a look at it
It was basicaly a pizza crust then cheesesteak meat and cheese piled about an inch and a half or so high topped with another pizza crust which had pizza suace and cheese on top of it. Don’t know if my explanation does it justice. I will take a picture of it and see if I can figure out how to get it on here. I can explain one thing clearly though – it was GOOD!
Two of the eatingteam members that were there are traditional pizza guys and between The Pizza Box in Glenside, PA and Yalda’s in Horsham, PA they started seeing that some people can actually make a good pizza with some outside the box thinking.
Without commenting on cheesesteak anything, I wonder how one stuffs a pizza.
Tony: I’ve had that at The Pizza Box, and I agree: it’s pretty good.
We were on a mini tour of Montgomery COunty, PA last week and came across a cheesesteak stuffed pizza which was really good. I like cheesesteaks and I like Pizza – together it was very good.
This was at The Pizza Box in Glenside, PA
Cheesesteak stuffed pizza
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