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January 28, 2010


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Nate @ House of Annie

How fun! I love that the pizza toppings were so inventive and unique.

By the way, House of Annie has moved to its own domain, http://www.houseofannie.com. I'd appreciate it if you changed the link in your blogroll to point to the new site instead of the old ChezAnnies on BlogSpot. Thanks!

Natasha - 5 Star Foodie

What a great pizza party, so much fun for the kids!

Bathroom Shower Stalls

Looks like a fun family event.


A friend just turned me onto your site, and I live in Montecito. What fun with the pizza, I am actually having a pizza party next week. But this week I am writing about pork. Feel free to visit my site. Perhaps we'll cross paths at a Slow Food event.

Tangled Noodle

This is my kind of party! We have pizza every Thursday and the best part is making it exactly the way we like. Perhaps we'll have to try Parsley Pizza! 8-)


Kid and pizza, what could be better? Love your mushrooms, they look divine!

Karen Ridgley

Looks like a great fare for multi-generation birthday party or celebration!
Karen & Ridgleys.

Heavenly Housewife

This looks like loads of fun. Build your own pizza parties are a great way of satisfying so many people with so many picky tastes. Toppings are always a tough one, but everyone loves pizza :D
*kisses* HH


How fun! Your toppings are so creative and delicious!

Dimitry Mishchuk

Great pizza, I just love to make pizza, this is great, you can also read on my blog a recipe on how to make your own pizza dough.

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