Madison and I tried our hand at making pizza the other day.
I bought some pizza dough at Trader Joes and wanted to try it out.
One was called basil and garlic crust and the other was whole wheat.
Here’s a picture of how Madison’s pepperoni pizza on basil and garlic crust started out.
Big Ran didn’t think that it had enough pepperoni on it!
We just rolled out the crust in the shape that we wanted it, poured on the pizza sauce, and added our toppings.
The pizza that I made had hamburger, pepperoni, garlic, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, oregano, basil, salt, and pepper.
It was delicious.
Madison’s pizza just had pepperoni and mozzarella cheese.
That’s the way she likes it.
This is the 4wheel riding crew.
Grandpa Randy, Gracyn, and Michael.
Here is the little guy who cried every time they came whizzing by.
- Homemade Pizza Costs Versus Delivery (simplysophisticatedcooking.wordpress.com)
- Recipe: Zucchini Pizza (timesunion.com)
- Recipe for Zucchini-Crust Vegetarian Pizza Margherita (on the grill or in the oven) (kalynskitchen.com)
Here is an awesome recipe that I rediscovered.
When I was a teenager my mom started putting things in my “hope chest” so when I got married and left the nest I would have some essential things for my new home.
She also told me not to tell anybody that I had a “hope chest” because she said everyone would say that I had a “hopeless chest”.
She always looked out for me that way.
But anyway, here it is. It has a big star and is highlighted in yellow. That’s how you know it’s a keeper.
Then topped with cheese.
Now it has been baked and is ready to eat.
You have to try this recipe.
It is a great mix of flavors!