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Ritter Dorm-made Pizza Recipe

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Contributor:  
Contributor:  
Jo Sherman

Category:
Category:

Ingredients:  
Ingredients:  
10 lbs. ready-made pizza dough
7 lbs. Mozzarella cheese
5 lbs. canned tomato sauce
3 lbs. sliced pepperoni
Pink Panther outfit

Directions:
Directions:
Don't start the operation before 10 pm when all the Painesville restaurants are closed.
Take handful of pizza dough and stretch into large enough circles to make pies, using bed for prep area.
Cover dough with sauce, then sprinkle with cheese and finally put on some pepperoni.
Take upstairs to dorm oven and cook for 30 minutes at 350F.
Cut pies into pieces and deliver to dorm residents who had the munchies (and money).
Sell out each and every night.

Personal Notes:
Personal Notes:
This was a short-lived entrepreneurial endeavor I started in my freshman year at Lake Erie College. I thought it was a pretty easy way to make money from a captive audience (especially when I never paid back my Dad for the pizza supplies he would bring me in such large quantities from his buddy Charlie at Ingoglia's Italian Market down the street from his store on North Street). Operation had to cease when my grades faltered (and Dad refused to continue to be my supplier - it was costing him too much money!)

 

 

 

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