This is another specialty pizza from my pizza shop days. This one wasn’t on the menu–my boss would make it occasionally just for us. The rosemary not only makes this pizza taste extraordinary, it also makes your kitchen smell fantastic.
When I worked in the pizza shop, we had several “specialty” pizzas. My favorite was this one. It’s very simple, and it doesn’t have any mozzarella or tomato sauce. It does, however, have tons of garlic. It occurs to me that I should probably change the name of this blog to “Garlic Freak”.
I have an obsession, and I know that many of you have the same one. No, it’s pizza, what’s wrong with you? Anyway, the first step to pizza is, of course, the dough. This is a very simple dough, and it’s not really any different from a bread dough.
I apologize for the lack of posts lately. I had an office Christmas party, a hangover, and then a root canal. I’ll be operating on all cylinders in a couple of days, but here are some recipes from some of my foodie friends to tide you over. Moghalai-Style Chicken Roasted Potato Stacks Chicken Pot Pie… Read More Where’d he go?
If you’re like me, you buy a lot of hummus. Besides being expensive, store-bought hummus also doesn’t let you choose the ingredients to include or exclude. This is all ludicrous, because it is sickeningly easy to make.
Is there anything pita bread can’t do? You can fill them with delicious toppings, or make pizzas on them. Turn them into snack chips, or just eat them the way they are. Sure, pitas are more than readily available in stores, but a fresh pita straight from the oven is on an entire other level.
It’s probably obvious that I’m on a comfort food kick lately. Despite the warmish weather, the eventuality of winter brings it out in me. I love macaroni and cheese. A lot. Oddly, this is my first attempt at making it from scratch. I guess there are just so many easier ways to get it that… Read More Baked Macaroni And Cheese