The More Than Pizza Menu in Clovis


More Than Pizza in Clovis offers delicious pizzas, calzones, Eastern-style subs, and cheese sticks that satisfy diners of all kinds – but what truly distinguishes it is its 23-year-old son Manuel Oliveira’s inspired dishes he creates at his father Horacio Oliveira’s restaurant. Manuel jokes that his creations, such as Clare’s Lettuce Wraps, make his customers happy!


Pizza is an Italian cuisine-derived flat bread comprised of leavened wheat-based dough that has been baked at high temperatures in an oven, typically using wood fire as the source. Pizza has gained immense popularity worldwide and can take various forms ranging from crust types and ingredients used all the way through to being considered comfort food by people of all ages.

Pizza dates back to ancient Egypt and Rome, though its modern form may have originated in Naples during the late 18th or early 19th century. Pizza came into being as part of a variety of topped flatbreads eaten among working classes at that time in Naples – hence our love affair today with this dish!

Pizza is a highly versatile food, suited to being served either as an entree, appetizer, or snack. The primary components are bread, tomatoes, and cheese – rich sources of umami flavor compounds; when heated further in an oven or toaster, this process intensifies these umami compounds further by creating more glutamate molecules to boost flavor further.

Pizza can be created from various ingredients and flavored with herbs or spices, meats, and fish for an exquisite dining experience. As part of a healthy diet plan, pizza is also very convenient; it can be enjoyed hot or cold as part of an easy and quick meal plan or stored away in the refrigerator until later use.


When someone requests “a sub” for lunch, she likely means a long sandwich stuffed with meats, veggies, and cheeses – commonly known by various names across the United States, such as hero, hoagie, grinder, or hero subs – known by different names in different regions such as hero sub, hoagie sub or grinder subs. Pizzeria menus often feature such classics as eggplant parmigiana, chicken parmigiana, or meatball heroes on long rolls rather than two slices of bread; some even include condiments or pickles!

These sandwiches can also be cut up and served at parties.

Lettuce Wraps

Lettuce wraps make an enjoyable alternative to sandwiches. From replicating the iconic dishes at PF Chang’s to creating simple shrimp salad wrapped up in Bibb leaves, these recipes are both simple and delectable!

This Asian lettuce wrap recipe includes peanut sauce, cabbage, and carrots to create a delicious filling that can be stored in the refrigerator or frozen until needed for later use. When serving these wraps with their peanut lime dressing topping, please take note that they’ll go down easy!

Make Thai-inspired lettuce wraps using only key ingredients: bibb or butter lettuce with large, sturdy leaves that can support filling without disintegrating, pickled ginger (optional), finely chopped water chestnuts from a can, fresh cilantro and mint, soy sauce, honey, brown sugar, and sesame oil (can substitute maple syrup instead of brown sugar unavailable).

Filling for this recipe can be made up to three days ahead and stored in an airtight container in the fridge; reheat before spooning into lettuce leaves washed and trimmed beforehand. This chicken filling makes a tasty dinner or lunch option, pairing nicely with other lettuce wraps, Asian sticky ribs, or vegetable lo mein noodles as side dishes or meals on their own.


Desserts are delicious treats served after the main course, typically including cakes, puddings and pies. Desserts may be warm, chilled, or frozen and eaten with a spoon – cheese can also be included as part of a baked risotto dessert! Historically, desserts were initially meant to clear away table waste – their name derived from the French desservir, meaning to clear. A dessert menu might feature dishes such as jellies, fruit pies, or cookies – more elaborate options include bananas foster and cherry jubilee.

The cake is a dessert that resembles tender, sweet bread. These delectable treats often feature intricate decorations like frosting and fillings such as fruit, nuts, or chocolate ,for extra flair and profit potential. Cake is a staple on many restaurant menus and often represents one of their highest profit items.

Other desserts can be more straightforward, like gelato, sorbet, and shaved-ice desserts; these tend to be dairy-based, while non-dairy options such as sorbet are becoming increasingly popular. Cheesecake or fruit desserts may not fall into any single category – these latter options make great additions to any menu since they tend to be both more affordable and quicker to prepare!