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T-Bar Pub’s T-Rex Pizza

T-Bar's famous Pizza, Alberta, Canada

Editor’s Note: RFT’s Contributing Writer and ski bum, Yvette Cardozo, recently traveled to Alberta’s Castle Mountain, a pristine skier’s dream of deep powder and non-existent lift lines. While there, she tanked up on T-Bar Pub’s T-Rex Pizza. She says this pizza is “best served after LOTS of exercise.”


Recipe courtesy of T-Bar Pub, Alberta, Canada.

– Your favorite 12 inch thin crust pizza shell
– 1 Tbs olive oil
– Tomato based sauce spiced to taste
– Pepperoni to desired thickness
– Ham to desired thickness
– Chorizo sausage (spicy Italian) to desired thickness
– Cajun beef to desired thickness
– Bacon to desired thickness
– Shredded mozzarella and cheddar mix to desired thickness


Brush pizza crust with oil, add meat, then cheese. Bake at 425 degrees for 12 minutes or until edges are brown and crispy.

Read about Yvette Cardozo’s Castle Mountain Adventure.

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Yvette Cardozo, RFT Ski & Dive Editor

Yvette Cardozo from the Seattle, Washington area, likes to visit interesting places and learn about interesting cultures and, if a tasty local dish is involved, so much the better. She’s eaten everything from gourmet food at the world’s finest restaurants to native food in Asia, the arctic, and all kinds of places in between.Yvette recalls being in Antarctica and going out on the land with Inuit elders in arctic Canada , then bagging a caribou. They dragged it back to camp and ate it on the spot raw. She quips, “Hey, if you like steak tartare….”Yvette, who is a veteran skier and diver, is RFT’s Ski & Dive Editor.