Obligatory smiley...that'd make the number of kilometres that you must run go to eleven.
It wouldn't, no. What I do is take the pie out of the oven, tray and all, and then add the tomatoes (sliced, diced, whatever the recipe calls for) and put it into the oven as it cools, with the heat already turned off. Of course, at a pizza place where you cannot turn the oven off the operation might be a tad different.Real tomatoes they put on after the baking?
I believe high heat wouldn't do them any good.
A properly-made fugazza is a delight as well. I don't think it exists within the Anglosphere, though.Cream instead of tomato sauce isn't uncommon here for some toppings. Four Cheeses on cream is one of my favorite pizzas.
Ah, so they are going one louder and then some again. You'd be playing bass to their altos.Obligatory smiley...
And you'd be right, except that two of the team have already committed to running ~14.5 km (the single longest stage) and ~6.5 + 9.5 km (IIRC, the 2 consecutive stages through the Heide conservation area itself), leaving the remaining 69.5 km to the other seven of us.
I've had white pizza around here, but I don't think there was cream on it, just cheeses. But I do see a recipe on Le Web for a "New York-style" white pizza that uses a cream sauce.