May the Sauce Be With You: It’s a Star Wars Pizza Party!

A long time ago in an oven far, far away…

By Andrew Blumetti

Ingredients for a Star Wars Pizza:

– dough (warm water, active yeast, flour, salt, olive oil, sugar)

– 1 can of San Marzano tomatoes

– fresh shredded mozzarella cheese

– fresh-picked basil, oregano, with salt and pepper to taste

– optional toppings (pepperoni, sausage, peppers, onions, mushrooms, olives, etc…)

Mix dough ingredients, flatten out, ladle sauce on top, generously sprinkle cheese, add desired toppings and spices and pop that sucka in a 425 degree oven for 15 minutes.  Remove from oven, take your Chewbacca mask off, and enjoy.

WARNING:  I cannot guarantee there will be an actual girl within miles of this thing to actually share it with though.  (Just kidding, no hate mail please.  We all know it’s the Trekkies who have the chick-free parties).

Dig in space buddies!

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Hungry you are…

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He took a solo slice of pizza. 

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The delivery guy took more than 30 minutes, so it cost them no dough:

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Q:  How do you ruin your pizza before you even open the box?

A: This is how:

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(deep heavy breath) Luke, I am your dinner”

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Much like Kevin McAllister, poor Darth was mad no one saved him a plain cheese:


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Some people like their ‘za thin and crispy, some like it thick and chewy

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The competition here is intense.  The only thing missing is, “Luke, I am your Papa John’s”…

 

   

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There’s no way on Earth this doesn’t taste heinous…

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Lego of that slice!

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Wrong party stupid!


(With the exception of the title logo, I don’t own any of these photos, and I don’t have a pizza right now either.  I sure wish one of those two weren’t so.)

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