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Discussion in 'Welcome Messages and Introductions' started by HappyJoe, Jan 22, 2014.
One of these things is not like the other...
LEARN TO GIF VIKES!!!
:cry: BUT I DON'T KNOW HOW!!
If you're Happy Joe jr, big Keith was a pal back in the day...
Guys, stop trying to show off in front of the new guy, it makes us look desperate.
FYI- I have the no humor and no insight market pretty much cornered so stay out of my territory.
Well at least we showed him how easily a thread gets side tracked. As most here have the attention span of a gnat.
Was there actually a "side" to get tracked?
Pro tip: Be sure to poke air holes into the dough.
Pretty sure HJ's also covers the bottom of their pizza pans in a melted garlic butter like substance. My BIL has had them shipped to him up at Minneapolis and he says they aren't the same. The pan (and whatever is in it) is what makes the difference.
The sauce definetely makes the taco pizza and that is where a lot of pizza chains go wrong with their's. As for HJ's, we used a sauce that was predominately bean based with more mexican seasoning than italian. Next we put on the meat before the cheese which is backwards from other pizzas. Mexican seasoned ground beef and basic sausage. Then cheese with more cheddar than mozz. Cook that and then add lettuce, chips and tomatoes. If you want to get crazy, add black olives and jalepenos before cooking and add sour cream afterwards on top. That was the "taco supreme".
Damn, forgot taco sauce! Those little packets of love are like kryptonite. If you ever wanted to get someone really ******, deliver a taco pizza and only put in 2-3 packets in the box.
Holy ****, you really are Happy Joe!? While you're here I also loved the little canadian bacon cubes you used, that was my jam.
Definitely makes for some amazing BLT pizza.
What this thread needs is more Tucker and Dale gifs.
Once I re-read this, I realized you were talking about something different than what I thought you were...
Thank you HappyJoe. I am bookmarking this thread. Now I know what I want to eat on my wedding day (if I ever get married.) You have made me a happy man.