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Joy Taylor’s Four Cheese Margherita Pizza

Joy Taylor’s Four Cheese Margherita Pizza

¼ cup olive oil
1 tbsp. minced garlic
½ tsp. sea salt
8 Roma tomatoes, sliced
2 x 12” pre-baked pizza crusts
8 oz. shredded mozzarella cheese
4 oz. shredded fontina cheese
10 fresh basil leaves, dried
½ cup freshly grated Parmesan cheese
½ cup crumbled feta cheese

Combine olive oil, garlic, salt, and tomatoes, and allow mixture to stand for 15 minutes to create a marinade. Brush part of marinade on crusts. Add mozzarella and fontina cheeses. Then add tomatoes, basil, Parmesan, and feta cheese. Bake at 400°F until golden brown, about 10 minutes.

Media personality Joy Taylor was born in Pittsburgh, PA, on January 17, 1987. She received a bachelor’s degree in broadcasting from Barry University in Florida. While in college, Taylor hosted her own radio show, The Noise, and served as station manager for WBRY Radio. She worked in sports radio for many years and served as the host of Thursday Night Live and Fantasy Football Today on She currently hosts The Joy Taylor Show on Fox Sports Radio and the popular Maybe I’m Crazy Podcast.

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