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Food

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Family Features

Get creative with pizza

Pizza is one of America’s favorite foods, as it is easy to prepare and fun to share.

Celebrate this family favorite with a pizza night. Young recommends keeping the night fun by allowing family members an active role in crafting pizza portions tailored to their tastes and needs. Mix and match the following possibilities for a fun and flavorful pizza night:

•Line up small bowls, each filled with different toppings to bring color and variety to pizza.

•For a fun and unique choice, add in pineapple, strawberries or blueberries.

•Add canned beans, cooked chicken, turkey or shrimp to cheese pizza for more protein.

•Pizza can be excellent for leftovers. Keep your pizza crispy and bubbly by reheating in a large skillet, toaster oven, oven or grill, instead of the microwave.

– Family Features

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