There is absolutely nothing to hate about cheese. They should be in every dish imaginable to man: with couscous, rice, pasta, potatoes, noodles, bread…and especially on its own! The sensation of the exquisite lump of heavenly creaminess can never be substituted for anything else in the world (well maybe for truffles and caviar, but that’s beside the point). Cheese is versatile, it's universal and it's the best thing since sliced bread. And it goes so well with it.
Mozzarella tastes only like the creamiest bubblegum marshmallow. It is the perfect base of a pizza so divine that only the choosiest Italians know. Parmesan builds up the tension of the excitement with its tart sharpness...building up the tensions that can only serve as the wall for something better and much more intense.
Romano forms the mid and caps off the mountain of creaminess with some soft, aromatic clouds that only this cheese can bring, like the fluffy feather boa on that mink coat. It’s something nobody can exactly resist as it is just so well placed together with mozzarella and parmesan. Then cheddar decides to make an appearance and makes a whole mess of the situation but in a good way. At this point my mouth is watering as the aroma of cheese engulfs my senses, as if my breath was taken away by the most beautiful light of cream that fills up my senses...
Provolone? never heard of it but if it sounds French it must be good enough to give me chills down my spine (in a good way, like what happens when you taste mom's cooking after 10 years later)...and the perfect jewel in the crown, the monterrey jack is just Canadian enough to taste like a sweet vacation up in Canada....
Add all of these to a pizza crust with the tangy tomato sauce...and voila! The cheesiest pizza on the face of this earth! (and in a good way!) I'm sure that even the Italians can agree with this one.
Now to sell this idea to Pizza Hut...Opps! Guess what....they already have something like this.
I love pizza, but I'M CRAZY FOR CHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESE!