Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza, out on Sand Lake Road in “Restaurant Row” near the Whole Foods Market, recently introduced their new Roasted Cauliflower pizza and craft beers to the line up. I personally never thought much of the cauliflower: it always reminded me of a color-less broccoli that had been cooking for too long so it falls apart so easily. In fact, it belongs to the species Brassica oleracea which also includes cabbage, brussels sprouts, kale, broccoli, and collard greens. But Anthony’s has come up with a way to actually make the cauliflower quite delectable by putting on their pizza, roasted and with no tomato sauce. The roasted cauliflower pizza is made with romano and mozzarella cheese, topped off with bread crumbs and olive oil and garlic.
The Roasted Cauliflower Pizza