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Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Show and Tell -- Drawing a Blank

For once I truly have no idea what to show. Perhaps that is why I inadvertanly hit the publish button on this post when I had yet to type even one letter.
So, after a random, almost desperate search through my photos I have come up with this.

Our first homemade pizza night evah...down to the tomato sauce baby!

Ready for the Step by Step?
1. Prep the Gluten Free Dough. Let it Rise.
2. Make the Regular Gluten Dough...IN THE BREADMAKER!!! (Yet another astounding use for this yard sale kitchen gadget!)

3. Whip up homemade pizza sauce with the help of Dr. Google and his team of recipe posters.
4. 2 DONE Pizzas! One Gluten...the other Gluten free!

5. And then, create the masterpiece. A garlic, pesto, chicken, ricotta, motz and fresh tomato delight!
COOKED was so good. I think another pizza night is in order soon!
Ok, lesson learned. Sometimes drawing a blank can lead you to remembering something very worthwhile!
Now...go see what everyone else is showing and telling...and learning!


Mrs. Gamgee said...

You make your own sauce?? How much do you rock? Those pizzas look awesome!

Kristin said...

Those look so good! When are you going to make me pizza?

Martha said...

Yummers, please pass a slice.

She said...

Yum. Homemade pizza is the best!

The Steadfast Warrior said...

I love homemade pizza, but I cheat and use premade crusts. (Sigh) one day...

Kymberli said...

My low-carb dieting would be thrown right out the window if I had those pizzas in my face. Yum.

areyoukiddingme said...

Those look delicious!

Sara said...

We almost had homemade pizza tonight, but a neighbor invited us over for steak.

How did the gluten-free pizza come out? Can you share the dough recipe? I have a gluten-free friend who hosts a potluck every week and it's always nice to bring something she can eat.

Billy said...

That looks so delicious!

Brenna said...

Well that looks ridiculously delicious! YUMMY.

WiseGuy said...

So very yum!!! And the best part was your concluding with how a blank can inspire something very worthwhile...

Bluebird said...

Oh YUM! Yeah, anything involving pizza makes a good post in my book! That being the case, amazing I've never tried to make my own, huh?

IF Optimist, then... said...

Madam, I declare you have some mad pizza making skillz. Brava! Now pass me a slice and a beer.

Anonymous said...

I'm having pizza-envy. :)

Parenthood For Me said...

Now I really want pizza.

Another Dreamer said...

Oh, wow. Those look soooooo good!

cowboyboot lady said...

Your pizzas look yummy!!! I have been making homemade pizzas including dough, but I have never attempted a homemade sauce. I am impressed!

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