Introduction: Mana Pizza

About: My full time job as an Organ Grinder keeps me pretty busy but that's just small change. My part time work, as a Mohel, keeps me up to date on my student loans from UCLSD.

Some people call food bank food "mana". So, this is my Mana Pizza. All goods scored from my local St. Vincent De Paul and thank them I do, very much.

Step 1: "Government" Pizza

As they say, "When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade," BUT in this case I came up on some PIZZA!

Do you remember the old term, "government cheese"? Giving to a little assumption, this serrated frozen pizza shingle is about the same in equivalent form BUT, with a little imagination it can be turned into just about any pizza you can wrap your mind around.

Step 2: The Goods: 1st Pizza

Using mini sweet peppers and goat & sheep's milk cheese with paprika, I prepped, topped, and baked a fine vegetarian pizza. At this they balked, at a vegetarian pizza BUT I reassured my roommates they where eating goat & sheep's cheese. At this point, it was too delicious and partially consumed to further anymore complaints. lol

Step 3: The Goods: 2nd Pizza

Using BBQ Pulled Pork* and the same cheese again I made a knock down BBQ pizza and have since been asked to make it again. Fortunately, I stuck some in the freezer and I have my sights set on some Chicken Curry that was diligently brought from St Vincent De Paul. Sounds like pizza again and likely no complaints.

*YES, that is a dog bowl I purchased at the $.99 store and NOBODY uses it. The other bowls are the ones people have given me because I eat out of a dog bowl. lol