50 States, 50 Pizzas – Montana

We had another enjoyable Pizza Friday.  For our state pizza we chose Montana.  This pizza is from When In Rome Mediterranean Restaurant, Big Fork, Montana.  The name of the pizza is “Best Pizza Ever”.   We started the evening with a cheese pizza on whole wheat pizza crust, then the Purple Pig Pizza (remember Indiana).  The Cheese pizza on whole wheat pizza crust was quite delicious.  We all agreed this was the best crust yet.  The Purple Pig pizza is with pulled pork.  Martin really likes this one.  Eric, now that he is eating meat, is also a fan.  YUMMY!

Purple Pig Pizza

We finished the night with Montana, “Best Pizza Ever”.    This pizza was on a whole wheat pizza crust with pizza sauce, gorgonzola cheese, roasted red peppers, red onion, garlic and pepperoni topped with Mozzarella.

The Gorgonzola cheese is an Italian Blue Cheese and had quite the bite.  I thought all the flavors went really well together. However, the cheese was a bit too much for me.  Kent, Martin and Sean really enjoyed this pizza.  The crust was a definite plus and I will be making Whole Wheat Pizza Crust on a regular basis.  Martin and Sean really liked the flavor of the cheese.  They both like strong flavored cheeses and that works for them.  Kent thought all the flavors worked really well together.  He thought the cheese had a bite but he liked it.  Kyle did not like it.  Jordan ate half and threw out the rest!  I think you know what he thought about it.  😦   Rachel was okay with it but would not want it again.  Eric opted out of this one.  I would make this one again.  It was easy to make and even though the cheese had a bite it went really well with it.

Another wonderful Friday.  Family, friends, food and fun!  Can’t ask for more than that can you?

Best Pizza Ever - Give it a try!

One thought on “50 States, 50 Pizzas – Montana

  1. You, my dear are so right on about Gorgonzola,
    Bleu Cheese to the 10th power!

    While it’s somewhat of an acquired taste and not for the faint of pallette, I happen to adore that pungent, earthy, blue/green nirvana and use it quite often. Guess I take after my maternal grandfather, who relished “stinky” cheeses and always had some type of it in the house (much to my child’s taste buds and nose’s (“eeew feet”) dismay).

    Love the ingredient list for this and the name of the restaurant.

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