“You need to try to make different varieties of pizza.” – Julie Manteria. It just goes to show you that even someone who likes to cook and experiment in the kitchen can get stuck in a rut. I like my pizza with Pepperoni, red sauce and mozzarella as a general rule. This was an awesome [...]
Archive for March, 2012
Alyson Buck is the first person to send me a recipe to try out because of this site and I am grateful, it was a HUGE success. wonderful Salmon with a basic soy ginger marinade, simple notes making a great and impactful flavor.
What vegetable to make for someone that doesn’t like vegetables? I figured I would try some wilted spinach with a balsamic vinaigrette. That should be able to mask the spinach taste. Wonderful served with Alyson B’s Pan Grilled Salmon.
The most basic recipes can have the biggest impact. Many times they are the ones that you can play with the most as well. One of my true passions is grilling and barbecuing (Yes they are two very different things). Getting tasty food off a grill is a bit more work than just throwing a [...]
What to do when you have leftover Sourdough Pizza Dough and Grandma’s Sauce? Make Calzone of course. For those of you that might not know a Calzone is stuffed pizza dough baked till the dough is golden and the fillings are nice and hot. Sort of what a hot pocket was going for, though much much better. If [...]