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Pear, Prosciutto, and Blue Cheese Pizza

We have cheese to thank for one of the most widely-beloved culinary creations of all time: pizza. Next time you make it at home why don’t you skip the pepperoni and impress your friends with this salty-sweet combo. You can eat it for dinner, dessert, and maybe even breakfast the next day…

In previous years, I’ve always made an autumn pizza. 2011 brought us an autumn apple pizza with bacon and 2012 brought a harvest pizza with butternut squash, sage, pine nuts and goat cheese. 2013 is throwing out some pears and brown sugar with tons of blue cheese, mostly likely freaking a whole lot of you out. Embrace the weird.

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Michelle Debczak

Michele is an editorial intern at culture and a junior at Emerson College. She loves writing and reading as much as possible, especially when the subject matter deals with cheese! Her ideal day off consists of baking a chocolate cake in her PJ's while listening to Alton Brown's latest podcast.