I found this recipe when I was working on a computer magazine. My boss gave me a cut-out newspaper article about something that had to do with the computers we wrote about; I attempted to contact the person in the article, but he never got back to me. This was fine, as the article was dull, and if I had just chosen to retell the story for our magazine, I'd have gone ape.
On the other side of the article, however, was this recipe. I don't know who came up with it, but it's wonderful. I take no credit for that; I'm just passing it on. It's sort of decadent, though.
This is also a very flexible recipe. You can add ingredients to it or subtract them from it. From a practical standpoint, your base is the cheddar, parmesan, garlic, pepper, Bisquick, eggs, and oil; everything else is optional, even the zucchini. (I think I've always used salami rather than pepperoni, and the parsley isn't what I'd call crucial. Also, I almost always use mushrooms.)
This should serve several people.
OPTIONAL: Salami, Mushrooms, Onions
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