Art Bell's Pizza Punch

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Art Bell's Pizza Punch

Post by HB3 » 03-18-2007 12:14 AM

At last....some exciting news.

Has someone been able to get into the website?

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Post by HB3 » 03-18-2007 12:28 AM

That server is hopelessly crashed.

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Post by Divinorumus » 03-18-2007 12:29 AM

I got a page to load via google cache without pictures, text is as follows:

Punch Up Veggies!
Art Bell's Pizza Punch makes a great olive oil for seasoning for grilled or roasted vegetables! Rinse and prepare fresh veggies of your choice. We personally like, asparagus, bell peppers, tomatoes, zuchini and even crisp green beans. Place all veggies in a small pan. Pour Art Bell's Pizza Punch over the veggie to lightly coat veggies. Gently toss or turn veggies to completly coat all sides. Can be broiled or grilled for a wonderful side dish with a extra punch!

One, Two Pasta!
This is the fastest of side dishes. Prepare your favorite pasta as directed on package. While pasta is still hot, place pasta in a bowl. Use Art Bell's Pizza Punch as a dressing by tossing a small amount over the pasta and serve!

Dipping for Hot Bread
Drizzle about 2 tablespoons of Art Bell's Pizza Punch in to a small shallow dish of plate. Use as a great drip for good-quality French or Italian bread.

Outta this World Salad Dressing
Want to spice up a classic vinaigrette? Use Art Bell's Pizza Punch and a good quality balsamic vinegar shaken in a small carafe for a fast and easy salad dressing that is out of this world.

How are you using Art Bell's Pizza Punch?
Share your ideas with us and if your suggestions is the idea of the month, we will send you our very special Art Bell's Pizza Punch Apron. Send your suggestion to: Suggestions@artbellspizzapunch.com

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Post by Shirleypal » 03-18-2007 02:02 AM

Wish you the best in your new business venture Art.......can't wait to try your new Pizza Punch.:)

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Post by lunacat » 03-18-2007 02:11 AM

Crashed again...

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Post by HB3 » 03-18-2007 02:32 AM

It works...

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Post by Divinorumus » 03-18-2007 02:43 AM

It doesn't contain any wheat gluten, does it? A few of you try it first and let the rest of us know, okay? Food is scary these days, Art is looking for testers, right? I want to see your before and after liver snapshots - ha. Punch? .. ;)

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Post by HurricaneJoanie » 03-18-2007 08:29 AM

I've emailed "Jerry" for a list of the ingredients. I can't tolerate MSG, so if that's in the mix, I won't be able to use it, either...but hell, the bottle/label is worth the price of admission (not to mention the charitable contribution)!

Geez...the shipping cost alone is $6.00 -- more than the product! What's that all about?? If it sells well, maybe they can cut the shipping & handling $.
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Post by HurricaneJoanie » 03-18-2007 08:49 AM

Hope it does well!
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Post by Prker » 03-18-2007 10:06 AM

I'm hoping Art's business does well.

It's really odd for me. My brother in law is from France. He's getting close to 80 now, bless his heart.

We had a family gathering at Christmas to which I took a Shrimp ring. The Shrimp wasn't moving very fast until my BIL brought out a bottle of seasoned Olive Oil, he had made himself.

He drizzled it on the Shrimp & they were eaten in no time. We proceeded to use the bread to dip into the sauce.

It was delicious!

Last week my BIL showed me how he made his own sauce.

Anyone that wants a taste treat, I'd say buy Art's Olive Oil. You will be shocked at how much flavor it will add to food.
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Post by Black Bart » 03-18-2007 09:25 PM

Sounds great. Now someone buy some and give us a review.:D

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Post by feetsie » 03-19-2007 06:09 AM

Or Prker could post the BIL's recipe and we could all try it. Please?
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Post by Prker » 03-19-2007 07:37 AM

Feetsie, I'd be glad to share.

There is no one set way to make it. Take a bottle of Olive Oil you are using, put in any kind of spice you like; a pinch or 2 of any.

Cumin is great, Thyme, Oregano, Basil, crushed Garlic, a tablespoon or 2 of lemon juice, a pinch of salt, a very few pepper flakes. Any combination of spices you like.

You can use the oil as soon as you make it but after sitting for 3 days, it reaches an enhanced flavor.


I do urge everyone to buy a bottle of Art's Pizza Punch. We know how surprising Art can be & the proceeds go for a great cause. Enjoy

*Shirleypal, Is there a way we can send pm's to each other?

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Post by Shirleypal » 03-19-2007 10:09 AM

Hi Prker PM's are disabled at the present time but you can email me at bornaquarius@aol.com

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