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    My wife and I have decided that we are now safe for the occasional outdoor and distanced meal since we are vaccinated. Tonight we went to a local joint that we had only made it to once before the pandemic as it was quite new. The name is Medici and their specialty is Neapolitan pizza. I swear this pizza wasn't on their menu on our first visit, but my wife spotted the "Egg N' Bacon" and just had to try it. It had bacon, sausage, lots of garlic and fresh mozzarella. It was topped with an over easy egg after coming out of the oven and the runny yolk served somewhat as the sauce. She enjoyed it a lot. I wasn't as daring, having the "The Devil's" with sausage and spicy peppers.

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    So is bacon and egg pizza a thing, or is this a crazy one-off creation by these folks?

    I'm making pizza tonight and was considering adding bacon to the asparagus I had planned to use. My girlfriend hates eggs so we won't be entertaining that idea. To answer your question I do think breakfast pizza is a little bit of a thing.


    • Attjack
      Attjack commented
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      Damn. Eating it now and forget the bacon. I did add mushrooms to the asparagus though.

    All things pizza sounds good to me......... except anchovies!


      It is a thing. Have had lots of pizza with egg on it and quite a few with bacon (or pancetta) and egg. Add some shaved black truffles and then you are talking special.


        A local grocery chain that sold out to another chain had killer breakfast pizza, (American cheese, scrambled eggs, sausage, and bacon), but the new owners discontinued them.


          Sounds wonderful to me.... bacon and a fried egg, heck yeah. Beats the hell out of pineapple.
          Last edited by Panhead John; April 14, 2021, 08:07 PM.


            First egg on pizza fer me was Sigonella, Sicily. 1986. Hard-boiled, non breakfast type...

            Loves me some Breakfast Pizza, though!


            • Attjack
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              Tell us more?

            Lovely lady. The pizza looks good, too.


              All pizza looks flat to me when I get a round to one.
              Just a slice of humor, sorry for the cheesy post.


              • Uncle Bob
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              Breakfast pizza is very popular here. One of the local joints makes this: Aunt Angie’s Special - capicola, fried sweet peppers, meatballs, and slices of boiled egg. It’s actually very good.

              Edit: found a link to a pic from a local Foodie:
              Last edited by glitchy; April 15, 2021, 09:59 PM.


                Eggs on pizza, Yes, a thing!
                Last edited by Richard Chrz; April 15, 2021, 08:09 PM.


                  Not mine, but here is a pancetta and egg yolk,I’m now needing to do this. Have been wanting to. this places pizza page on IG is pizza porn to me.

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                    Your wife’s pizza & Richard’s pizza gets a big yes from me. I’ll eat it.


                      That pizza and a Bloody Mary sounds like a great breakfast/brunch idea.



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