Comments: Pizza Pot Pies

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Barrett:

I scanned the list of ingredients and I couldn't find the pot listed anywhere.

How much should one add?

Great idea, I have not been to Chicago Pizza & Oven Grinders. Question on the bowls: porcelain from Crate & Barrel? They look like a nice size; are they soup bowls or gratin-type dishes? Thanks! I'll be making this fun dish this week.

David, I believe that would qualify as a "topping". You may use whatever mushrooms you choose, as well.

I guess the diner rather than the toppings would be sauteed in that case.

Lu, those are Emile Henry bowls. I think I got them at Sur La Table. I only got four, and I'm thinking I need another four soon to make a full set.

Barrett, don't waste any time before you go get more bowls if you think you'll want them. I've done that before and been stung by the fact that they dishes I want are no longer made!

Interesting idea, but I'm not sure it's going to replace the traditional pizza. The problem I have with it is that you don't get any crusty cheesy bits!

Barrett - and Meg - I looked at Sur La Table for the bowls. Don't see anything like them. Just colored lions head bowls. Kind of confirms Meg's comment. :-(

Amazon still has them. I think that these are them.

I might order four more today just in case.

Thanks for the help Dave. I saw these individual pizza pot pies at a restaurant (Probably the one you mention) on one of the food networks and googled to get some hints. Yours were the best. I think I'll use my reliable bread machine and make a batch of some kind of bread and use it to top the bowls although your suggestion of puff pastry was intriguing.

Thanks for the help Dave. I saw these individual pizza pot pies at a restaurant (Probably the one you mention) on one of the food networks and googled to get some hints. Yours were the best. I think I'll use my reliable bread machine and make a batch of some kind of bread and use it to top the bowls although your suggestion of puff pastry was intriguing.

I was in Chicago in early May.Hubby and I drove by The Grinder at lunch time on a Sunday,it wasn't open until dinner time that day.:(I'll follow this recipe or one like it and make it myself.I won't use the puff pastry tho,rather use pizza dough.We ate lunch instead at the famous White Palace Diner on Canal St.The food was good.

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