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Dewey’s Brings Back the Rudolph-Themed Yukon Cornelius Loaded Potato Pizza for the Holidays | Food News | Cincinnati


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The Yukon Cornelius is basically a loaded-potato-topped pizza

For adults of a certain age, the Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer 1960s stop-motion TV special is seared into our memories as something you must watch every holiday, like A Charlie Brown Christmas or Frosty the Snowman.

Dewey’s Pizza has tapped into that nostalgia with their seasonal special: The Yukon Cornelius.

Named after the mountaineer who tries to help Rudolph and his elf pal Hermey avoid the Abominable Snow Monster, this pizza plays into its name by offering a slathering of Yukon Gold potatoes. The olive oil and garlic pie is topped with mozzarella, white cheddar, seasoned and baked potatoes, red onion, bacon, green onion and lemon-chive sour cream.

Dewey’s says the recipe was created in 2015 by Amanda Weber, former manager at Dewey’s Pizza in Ellisville, Missouri and a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America.

“Even after all these years, Yukon continues to be requested by our fans on social media and our staff,” said David Roush, director of operations at Dewey’s, in a press release. “We’re excited to bring it back for the holiday season.”

The pizza will be available through Jan. 10 at all Dewey’s locations. To find a Dewey’s near you, visit deweyspizza.com.

And watch Yukon Cornelius below.

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