Michael ate more than half. Seriously.
We love pizza, and I love making pizza. I can use whatever I have or plan to make certain types. This was a combo of both. I had some stew beef I wanted to use, but I didn’t want stew.
I also don’t understand people who say they don’t make pizza dough because it takes too much time? I can make a basic pizza dough in 20 minutes, less even.
That move was potentially disastrous, from almost not having a truck (TGFBrothers), to arriving to a less than clean suite. But we’ve made it, we’re in. Maybe 60% unpacked (we have to buy some furniture so some remains in boxes)
So be patient! I will make it up to you. I have the next week off, as the 10th is my bday, and who works on their birthday?
Crazies. Only crazies.
So I’ll have TONS of time to cook, bake and photograph!
On that note I ask, what do YOU eat after you’ve moved?
We had pho (of course). Then late night wine induced pizza (which, was the most delicious panago take out I’ve ever had in my life)
Isn't it beautiful?
I know I’ve been making a lot of pizza lately, but this was something I’ve wanted to try for quite some time. This is by far not an original idea. I’ve seen numerous blog posts about breakfast pizzas, and it seemed like an awesome idea!
And it WAS.
I made pizza again.
Yes. I. Did.
Dough recipe here. Top accordingly, bake at 425 on a pizza stone until it looks gorgeous. If you want to be indulgent make my sriracha mayo as a pizza dip. ❤
So yesterday night we had a “round” themed potluck. One of my girlfriend’s is very pregnant and I think that’s where we got the inspiration. It was one of the last big gatherings we’ll have for a while there while they start to figure out their new family member 🙂
Easy Peasy. (lemon squeezy)