I’ve got a pizza philosophy and it is as such: everyone enjoys eating great pizza but not everyone knows how to make great pizza. So when my friends over at Joyus asked me to share some easy holiday entertaining tips, I instantly thought pizza. Here is part of my quality pizza credo: A great pizza…
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This pizza is an easy weeknight recipe made with the seasonal spring green, sorrel. It’s simple enough to make for a weeknight dinner yet would also work well as a cocktail party appetizer.
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Kasey and Matthew, the dynamic duo behind the site Turntable Kitchen are guests on the site today and are sharing an adventurous, meatless recipe for Buratta and Za’atar Pizza.
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Among my friends, it’s understood that rain and wind means pizza is on the menu. It’s a habit that formed when I was living in Florence when a group of us would religiously meet up at the local pizzeria whenever it really began pouring out. A blustery rainstorm only happens a few times a year out here in California, but when it does, I immediately start making pizza. There’s something about sitting next to a wood-fired oven with a glass of hearty red wine that really ups the coziness factor of a wintry day, know what I mean? While I may not have a kick-butt Italian pizza oven, I do have a technique that does a good job mimicking the oven, minus the char. And the big glass of hearty red wine? Well, you could skip it though I’d highly recommend you don’t.
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