The Best and Most Delicious Way to Make a Chef Boyardee Pizza
It's National Pepperoni Pizza Day and yours truly is celebrating. I could eat pizza every single day and my go-to is Pepperoni! I love a variety of pizza places around the Tristate (special shout outs to Turoni's Forget-Me-Not Inn in Evansville and 54 Pizza Express and Y-Not Pizza & Wings here in Owensboro). I love all three. If I am in Evansville, there's a strong likelihood I'll be busting up in Turoni's. If I am at home in Owensboro and want to take out, I'm calling 54 or Y-Not.
But, for today's celebration, I have decided to share my favorite pepperoni pizza that you can make at home. This goes back to my childhood (and, likely, yours too).
Do you remember Chef Boyardee Pizza?
I loved Chef Boyardee Pizza as a kid and I still love it as an adult. There's just something so unique about the taste of the crust, the sauce and those teeny tiny pepperonis in that slender, silver sauce can. Like the saying goes, "If you know, you know." You know what I am talking about, right?
So, here goes! To celebrate National Pizza Day, I am sharing my tips on the best, most delicious way to prepare a Chef Boyardee Pizza. Look! I get it. I suppose you could just choose to "follow the label directions." Or, you can take it from me- an expert- someone who has made endless amounts of these over the course of his lifetime and one who has "perfected" how to do it.
Take a look!
Now, if you're not feeling the "Easy Family Fun" and don't feel like making a pizza at home to celebrate National Pepperoni Pizza Day, here's a list of a great pizza parlors in the Tristate that you can visit.