Back Bay Restaurant Pizza

Apr 30 21:16 2012 Paul Marino Print This Article

People from all over the country indulge in about 46 slices of pizza a year, and that isn’t including Back Bay Restaurant Pizza. For those of you who are a little mathematically challenged, that number is the equivalent to about 23 pounds of pizza a year.

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People from all over the country indulge in about 46 slices of pizza a year, and that isn’t including Back Bay Restaurant Pizza. For those of you who are a little mathematically challenged, that number is the equivalent to about 23 pounds of pizza a year. Some people who choose not to indulge in pizza as frequently as this American norm may think this number to be gastronomically large, but perhaps after this article you will consider pizza a healthy staple within your diet and become part of the American mean.

 

         When most people think about the word pizza, they think of grease, fat, and unhealthy. Therefore, people choose not to tear off a slice from the pizza pie and sink their teeth into the freshly baked dough and sweet tomato sauce. Well pizza-phobic’s, I am here today to help you overcome your fear of pizza because pizza is not always unhealthy; especially the pizza that you will find at a Back Bay Restaurant.

 

         Now, to start our detailed list of healthy, diverse pizzas..

 

1.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, fresh tomato-basil sauce, fresh mozzarella, grilled chicken breast, and yellow onion.

 

2.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, focaccia cheese, steamed spinach, fresh Roma tomatoes, and kalamata olives.

 

 

3.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, fresh mozzarella, fresh basil, grilled chicken breast, roma tomatoes, and fresh green pepper.

 

4.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, fresh tomato-cinnamon sauce, freshly sliced pineapples, and prosciutto.

 

 

5.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, thinly sliced basil, cilantro, chopped peanuts, crushed red pepper, ginger chicken, and mozzarella.

 

6.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, black-bean spread, Jack cheese, tomatoes, scallions, olives, pickled jalapenos. Serve this pizza with low-fat sour cream and you have a healthy, vegetarian pizza.

 

 

7.      Whole-wheat pizza dough, broccoli, arugula, fresh tomato, vinegar, olive oil, basil, artichokes, green pepper, peas, goat cheese or feta, and freshly ground pepper.

 

Reflecting on these seven wonderful Back Bay Restaurant pizza selections it is easy to see why Americans are currently chowing down 46 slices a year. Not only is it easy to eat these delicious pizza recipes, its also easy to burn these off. See, if you re-read the recipes above, and really think about the ingredients you will notice that most of the ingredients in these pizzas are vegetables, which are vital to a healthy diet. In addition, whole-wheat pizza dough, which later becomes the crust or also known as the staple of the pizza, is extremely healthy and a great source of carbohydrate, which helps you, keep energetic throughout the day. Cheese provides a great source of calcium to a healthy diet. Also, the tomato sauce that is slathered over the freshly baked whole-wheat pizza dough is full of anti-oxidants and when is mixed with a pinch of cinnamon provides as a favorite to anyone with a sweet tooth.

 

            Well pizza lovers, I suppose you’re ready for a freshly baked snack and for those of you who prefer anything but pizza because of your preconceived opinion of pizza as something unhealthy, greasy, and fattening I hoped that today your view of pizza has slightly shifted to a more forgiving one.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Paul Marino
Paul Marino

Paul Marino has been writing about the restaurant industry for over 20 years. He recommends FiRE and iCE as the best Back Bay Restaurant for a unique and memorable dining experience.

 

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