Boxing Day Recipes

Pizza Féstive Al Forno

Boxing Day Recipes

1. Pizza Féstive Al Forno

You've got to be kidding right? Christmas dinner, on a pizza? This has got to be the biggest bastardisation of recent times; perhaps with the exception of the Don't Stop Believin' cover from "Glee".

This little experiment started as a bit of a laugh, but much to our suprise the end result was actually very good! Simply throw together a dough base and layer up your christmas dinner on top. If you're feeling risky, you can do what we did and replace the tomato puree base with left over gravy. Ultimately, whatever it doesn't matter what you have left over as Bread and Cheese are very neutral additions to the mix!

The OC3D XMAS Pizza

- 1 x Tesco Pizza Base
- Tesco Value Mozerella
- Leftover Gravy
- Leftover Roast Potato
- Leftover Turkey
- Leftover Pigs in Blankets

Preparation Time - < 5min
Cooking Time - 15min @ 200c (Fan Assisted)

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This particular recipe has its gifts and curses. The good? It's christmas dinner on bread. The bad? It's christmas dinner on bread. As tastey as it was, it will inevitably taste just like yesterday's meal. Turn over for something a little more different...

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Most Recent Comments

20-12-2010, 07:14:18

Just wondering what you guys would recommend when it comes to running Furmark. I tend to run it for around 8 hours (as I sleep) afterwards check the temps and stare at the screen for 5 minutes to check for artifacts. Do you guys think I should go longer or is this overkill? AA is turn onto 4x, max res and post FX, displacement mapping and xtreme burn enabled.

20-12-2010, 07:35:54

I still don't understand the need to run Furmark, I just don't.

If you want to check stability then ten minutes with it will do. Your temps will be at maximum in and around that time and the best way to test it long term is just to game with it. Furmark does not test the memory or RAMDAC only the GPU itself. Artefacts are usually caused by a faulty card (if you see them it's usually to late) or bad memory. Bad memory will show up when in use, not in Furmark.

Plus of course Furmark is synthetic. Meaning it will not reproduce real world results. I used it recently in order to try and kill a graphics card and kill it I did.

20-12-2010, 11:04:05

just fold on it for a like 2 WU's then its stable and you will see some heat output on it.

or game on something intensice like BFBC2 or crysis for like 1 hour

20-12-2010, 11:11:44


just fold on it for a like 2 WU's then its stable and you will see some heat output on it.


furmark is for killing cards :P

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