Tortilla pizza

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    Nice!
     
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    Got a few tech tricks in the engine, runs like a scalded dog...

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    Mines a 2000 model. I bought it around five years ago so I'm not sure if it's goth he done to it. Mine has got short stack Vance and Hines exhaust. I think it's got a nice cam in it as well. She hits a hard lick man. Never heard another bike like it. The power isn't much to brag about. Of course, I had a long sport bike phase lol..
     
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    If it's had a cam upgrade, then it should be race tuned as well, and have a intake and exhaust upgrade, Screaming Eagle is good stuff. Vance and Hines is good stuff.

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    Have you ever fried the tortilla lightly first till it puffs up then place the topings on it into the oven to make a quick pizza crust using a tortilla? Also someone once used a specific brand of pita bread as a pizza crust that fooled me, that made a good fast & easy pizza crust.
     
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    I just used the new
    MISSION Homestyle Soft and Fluffy
    Tortilla as a pizza crust and it came out the best yet. Realy puffed up and was a nice texture. Fried one side brown the otherside lighter and placed the sauce & toppings (thick mushrooms)on the lightly fried side and put it in the toaster oven grille setting 8:30 minutes.
    I used both mozz and nonsmoked provolone.
    Quick and easy.
     
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    Anchovies are gross.

    There's certain fish that I just won't eat and anchovies are one of them. I hate tuna too. I don't even want to smell it. I've actually banned tuna from my home and barred my wife from eating tuna.
     
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    I got that same effect from putting it in the oven.
    There is a local deli we go to sometimes. The youngest doesnt ever want a sandwich, he wants their pizza. They use pita bread. Him and the wife like em. Might have to try that out as well!
     
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    We make falafels on pita bread with lettuce,tomatoes and cucumber quite a bit. They are awesome.
     
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    You know pita can be used to make a great garlic bread. Cut in halves,
    butter the inside pocket, sprinkle garlic powder and oregano, coat the outside with a little olive oil, after toasted put a little more olive oil on the outside and sprinkle with parm cheese.
     

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