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Where can i find a heart shaped pizza?

Where can i find a heart shaped pizza? Topic: Pizza papers
June 17, 2019 / By Eldred
Question: so, i live in a rural area that isent really that close to anything besides papa johns, so i was wondering where i could find maybe a frozen one online or something like that ? i want it for my boyfriend for our anniversary/my birthday/ his birthday even though its super corny :)
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Cary Cary | 4 days ago
Aw, I think that's sweet! What I would do is buy a large, medium and a small pizza. Make a template out of paper of heart shapes. Cut the pizza shapes yourself. If you really want to get fancy, to cover up the edges, bake some refrigerated breadstick dough into the same heart shapes and fit around the cut pizzas - or just sprinkle some extra cheese around the edges and stick in the oven for a minute to melt it. Good luck!
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Cary Originally Answered: Where can i find a heart shaped pizza?
Aw, I think that's sweet! What I would do is buy a large, medium and a small pizza. Make a template out of paper of heart shapes. Cut the pizza shapes yourself. If you really want to get fancy, to cover up the edges, bake some refrigerated breadstick dough into the same heart shapes and fit around the cut pizzas - or just sprinkle some extra cheese around the edges and stick in the oven for a minute to melt it. Good luck!
Cary Originally Answered: Where can i find a heart shaped pizza?
make one, dough 2 cups of strong flour 1/2 cup warm water 7gm dried yeast 1 tsp sugar 1/4 tsp salt put the flour in a mixer with a dough hook mix the rest of the ingredients together and leave until the yeast starts to go foamy then start the mixer and pour into the flour. when it all comes together then oil it down and cover with a damp cloth and put somewhere warm until it doubles in size. when it doubles shape it into a heart on a baking sheet and leave it in the warm place for another half hour. then put on toppings and bake at 180C I think thats 325-350F for 15-20 mins hope this helps

Allister Allister
make one, dough 2 cups of strong flour 1/2 cup warm water 7gm dried yeast 1 tsp sugar 1/4 tsp salt put the flour in a mixer with a dough hook mix the rest of the ingredients together and leave until the yeast starts to go foamy then start the mixer and pour into the flour. when it all comes together then oil it down and cover with a damp cloth and put somewhere warm until it doubles in size. when it doubles shape it into a heart on a baking sheet and leave it in the warm place for another half hour. then put on toppings and bake at 180C I think thats 325-350F for 15-20 mins hope this helps
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Temple Temple
Try this step by step guide to make your own! http://www.wikihow.com/Make-a-Heart-Shap... Have fun!
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Temple Originally Answered: ER doc says I have a bicornuate, or heart shaped, uterus?
Unless you have a true septum, a heart-shaped uterus is not that easy to determine by ultrasound. It wasn't until I had a C-section that the OB I had be seeing for GYN issues since I was a teen discovered it....and she had done numerous ultrasounds and a pelvic surgery on me. You most certainly can request a copy of your medical records from your former MD's office (the one you said you saw last year) and look over them yourself and compare with the records you already have. But please realize, there are a lot of women with your condition and if your records show it and your doctor didn't mention it, they probably didn't think it was enough of an issue to discuss with you....if that's the case, I don't think it's right they didn't disclose a uterus that was bicornuate, , but it's not likely something you can try and get them with malpractice for. A D and C wouldn't have caused your uterus to change into a bicornuate one....it's formed that way when you are in utero yourself and an ER physician and nurse are not experts in GYN issues. I would gather all your records and make sure the practitioner you are going to see for this pregnancy has all of them and is aware of your concerns. Best wishes. EDIT: Then make sure that your current practitioner has a copy of that ultrasound. Since the embryo usually implants in the lower segment or the main body of the uterus, a bicornuate uterus doesn't usually cause complications with implantation or preterm delivery unless there is a true septum. Again, best wishes for good health. It's nice to see someone being proactive about their health and questioning the medical professionals....too often people assume that "doctor knows best" and after 15 years in Maternal/Newborn healthcare, I'm here to tell you that isn't always the case. I've worked with docs that I would trust with my life and I've worked with some that I wouldn't trust to diagnosis a case of fleas on my neighbor's cat.

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