Pear Mascarpone Walnuts Gorgonzola Honey Wood Fired Pizza || Glen & Friends Cooking

  • Published on Aug 16, 2019
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Comments • 98

  • GuinnessandPizza
    GuinnessandPizza 15 days ago

    Best part is when she comes out. Always lights up the room.✌️

  • River
    River 20 days ago

    I love me all kinds of blue cheese. It's just so good. Might have to try this with some goat's cheese as well.

  • ProtoformX
    ProtoformX 26 days ago

    I love blue cheese and eat it when I can.

  • Live Forever
    Live Forever 28 days ago +4

    Just for you to know, but mascarpone is pronounced mascarpon-eh, not mascarpon-ee

  • Grant Campbell
    Grant Campbell 28 days ago +1

    Out of curiosity, what kind of pears did you use? Anjou pears have a different taste than Bartlett or Bosc (or even Asian pears).

  • VentureEternal
    VentureEternal 28 days ago

    You mentioned Stilton cheese in the video and I have not seen the recipe on the channel, so how about Stilton Cheese and Onion soup?

  • Trotsky can cook!
    Trotsky can cook! 29 days ago

    Now that's, a really long-ass title!

  • Ryan Smith
    Ryan Smith 29 days ago

    Stilton is amazing! Big blue cheese fan.

  • lbird
    lbird 29 days ago

    That looks really fantastic. What do you think of the something similar but adding some Sweet and Spicy Peppers? Thanks!

  • Dustin Matthews
    Dustin Matthews Month ago

    Glen just wanted to say thanks for the recipes and I really enjoy the channel!

  • Bobby Cheung
    Bobby Cheung Month ago +1

    Glen‘s video makes me calm when I feel frustrated by the news everyday in Hong Kong

  • Joe Riordan
    Joe Riordan Month ago +1

    You can not go overboard with Gorgonzola!

  • Fernando Santiago
    Fernando Santiago Month ago

    Very interesting. I'll have to try this. My advice though would to be to get a second steel pizza peel that you can hold directly over the flames of the oven. That'll turn it into a very old fashion cooking tool called a salamander, which you can use to brown the top of the pizza ( or whatever you're cooking ) using the radiant heat of the red hot steel.

    • Glen & Friends Cooking
      Glen & Friends Cooking  Month ago +2

      If you really want to do that - you lift the pizza up to almost touching the top dome of the oven (it’s usually 2x the temp of the oven floor). It’s called ‘doming’ the pizza.

  • Damián Vila
    Damián Vila Month ago

    I’d change the walnuts for pine nuts. But other than that, love the idea of blue cheese with pear and honey. Thanks, Glen!

  • 99nerka
    99nerka Month ago

    Funny thing, i was at wedding yesterday and one of appetizers was marinated sweat pear with blue cheese and rucola with mustardy sweet vinegret. I expected not to like it but as usual i always try something once, and in the end i loved this combination.

  • Lily Caton
    Lily Caton Month ago

    These videos make me so happy to see!

  • Pete Colombo
    Pete Colombo Month ago

    Have you guys thought about making a pear soda/pop syrup? It’s a popular flavor in Scandinavian countries and is usually paired with elderflower or just made on its own. Always reminded me of being a kid.

  • *Subscribe or *
    *Subscribe or * Month ago

    Stop calling me friend

  • NutritionalZero
    NutritionalZero Month ago +1

    Honey and pears? Needs a pinch of red pepper flakes.

  • Patrik Weibull
    Patrik Weibull Month ago

    Disgusting. But I like most stuff you make.

  • 1p6t1gms
    1p6t1gms Month ago

    I stopped the video right before you tasted this weeks pizza. I think this is going to taste really good, okay, video is back on.

  • MeMeBigBoy
    MeMeBigBoy Month ago

    I really like this idea, but all I could think about is instead making a mascarpone, fig, honey, demarara and pistachio pizza.

  • absolutjackal
    absolutjackal Month ago

    To answer the question at 4:50...Roquefort

  • Dark FuZe
    Dark FuZe Month ago

    I dont know if this would be that great but if you dont like the blue cheese, to cut the sweetness some ground cinnamon would probably work and more nuts

  • mr john
    mr john Month ago +5

    What cheese should you use to hide a horse?

    • Devonian
      Devonian Month ago +1

      Haha great a new cheese joke.... How should you use cheese to diffuse a bomb?

    • Da Cheet
      Da Cheet Month ago +1

      mr john get out...😉

  • Chef HENRI
    Chef HENRI Month ago

    I know that a lot of people don't like Gorgonzola but it is incredible on a pizza. You need to try it if you are a fan of pizza!

  • Charlyn Idler
    Charlyn Idler Month ago

    Pear and brie is my goto filling for buckwheat crepes. This sounds like a good variation. Cheers.

  • tjs114
    tjs114 Month ago

    If you left the blue cheese off (I would) it would probably need to be hit with some lemon juice right after coming out of the oven. That would give you some tang and offset the sweetness while enhancing the pears.

  • Alice Twain
    Alice Twain Month ago

    I would actually prefer it without the honey, there os already the pear and the mascarpone adding more than enough sweetness. Also, I would add nuts to the finished pizza.

  • Connor Reagan
    Connor Reagan Month ago

    Does the ash not make the pizza taste gross?

    • Glen & Friends Cooking
      Glen & Friends Cooking  Month ago

      Connor Reagan you said so in another comment.

    • Connor Reagan
      Connor Reagan Month ago

      Glen & Friends Cooking how’d you know I was from Arkansas?

    • Glen & Friends Cooking
      Glen & Friends Cooking  Month ago

      No - You're from Arkansas... If you've ever eaten BBQ, then you've eaten more ash than was on this pizza.

  • C
    C Month ago

    listen, I'm an extremely discriminating person when it comes to entertainment but you're getting instalikes before watching the video all day from me buddy boyyyyyyyyy

  • chevy250ss
    chevy250ss Month ago

    Pear in a pizza? No thanks... hahaha

  • Oscar Martinez
    Oscar Martinez Month ago

    Can you meke a large pizza? Like not so small

  • taylor ogletree
    taylor ogletree Month ago +1

    Drizzle some balsamic reduction

  • Nick Sushkevich
    Nick Sushkevich Month ago

    My favorite pizza!

  • Bryan Pike
    Bryan Pike Month ago

    I can almost taste it . . .

  • Eric Dayts
    Eric Dayts Month ago +1

    If you love blue cheese YOU HAVE TO try ST. AGUR. Trust me its amazing, and my whole family is addicted.

  • Pookie McPookerson
    Pookie McPookerson Month ago

    I like the way you also have pizza making clothes, and a very rigid routine for prepping the oven ;)

  • Anders Wilhelm
    Anders Wilhelm Month ago

    Do you have Magor in Canada? Works beautiful on pizza.

  • J Henley
    J Henley Month ago

    Just found the channel a couple of weeks ago and am tearing through the archives. Is there a video floating around where you discuss wood oven choices?

    • J Henley
      J Henley Month ago

      Just found the Playlist. Thanks.

  • Markxyz
    Markxyz Month ago

    It seems a delicious pizza I would try to use eucalyptus honey which has a strong, balsamic flavour; we should make more sweet pizza also in Italy
    P.s: you read the "e" in "Mascarpone" as in "red" or "let" otherwise it would be written "Mascarponi"

  • NoMo X
    NoMo X Month ago

    Oooo that sounds so good

  • Shawn Johns
    Shawn Johns Month ago

    So, blue cheese pairs well with pears? Got ya. 😂

  • ____
    ____ Month ago

    This is a fairly common variation of the Alsace Tarte Flambée in our region in southern Germany close to the Elsass and France. the pie is very thin usually and we don´t call it Pizza, other than that pretty similar.

  • Veraxis
    Veraxis Month ago

    Wait, only a third of the population likes blue cheese?

  • Yepac Man
    Yepac Man Month ago

    Thats a 10!

  • nrak2
    nrak2 Month ago

    That's a wild combination my man ! Love your videos... keep on cooking.

  • Eye Toldyoosso
    Eye Toldyoosso Month ago +1

    I had a Pear ,Blue cheese and Garlic oil... Pizza in Fremantle, Westen was so nice

  • OneSunnyDay
    OneSunnyDay Month ago

    When is the Detroit style pizza dough coming?

  • daddyjohn2007
    daddyjohn2007 Month ago

  • Josh More
    Josh More Month ago +3

    You should definitely do a breakfast pizza with bacon, sausage, tomatoes and an egg

  • sennest
    sennest Month ago

    It's not blue but green😁😉😉. Much milder and not at all like blue! At least that's how I sold it to my kids - they luv gorgonzola! Wouldn't be the same level without it! Great pizza 💣💥

  • Kip Lindsay
    Kip Lindsay Month ago +1

    I really love watching your videos. Thank you so much for making them.

  • crimfan
    crimfan Month ago

    "I like blue cheese and I cannot lie"?

  • Scott Lidstone
    Scott Lidstone Month ago

    Hmmm, have you tried maple syrup on a pizza yet?

  • Thomas Gresham
    Thomas Gresham Month ago

    I personally love bleu cheese, but could one acidulate the pears or squeeze a lemon over the finished pizza to cut the sweetness?

  • Keith Rhodes
    Keith Rhodes Month ago +1

    medium sausage and pepperoni please.

  • GeorgeCMcRae
    GeorgeCMcRae Month ago +1

    Blue cheese people are are "stand alone" people. I'm proud to be one. Yes for the Stilton!!! My, goodness , what a pizza!!! I'm off to the gym.

  • Aurora Rose
    Aurora Rose Month ago

    How timely, our pear tree is falling over with pears! Thanks for the pizza idea. TGIPF!

  • kaundinya
    kaundinya Month ago +2

    wood fired pizza? how's pizza gonna found a job!

    • Veraxis
      Veraxis Month ago

      @Dave Tugwell They are making a pun on the use of the word "fired." Fired as in fired from a job, as opposed to fired in an oven.