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sandi @ the whistlestop cafe

People thought I was crazed when I made a peach and prosciutto pizza. It is yummy!

sandrac

Oh my lord, that looks fabulous!

JDeQ

These were great pizzas Candi and Sandra!

I'm lucky Sandi - I never have to worry about Paul turning up his nose at food! LOL

Anne

Hey, I found you in a google search, Jerry! That's so cool! I love this pizza...it's so easy that I invariably google a recipe to make sure I'm not leaving something out - can something so tasty REALLY be so simple?? It's a miracle, I'm sure! I am making this for supper tonight. Yummy!!!

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