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    September 26, 2010

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    I'm dying over that first shot. Piiizzzaaa!!! Huh, I just finished watching Brothers & Sisters and now I want some cheesy pizza. I've never had pizza with curry, so this is something I'd love to try sometime...when I have mozarella.

    Dinner tonight! Looks heavenly!

    @Joy - like I said, I'm not a huge fan of curry but I still really liked this pizza.

    @Lindy - thank you and let me know how you like it! :)

    It was wonderful.......I had to cut the curry down a wee bit.......kids(boys and a dawling) not too keen on curry..I loved it! I could only have a very small slice due to the blasted diet......

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