Thursday, September 10, 2009

Guest Pizza


This pizza is my favorite pizza! You wanna know why? Because I didn't cook it. My wonderful boyfriend did! After a late night of canning class, I returned home to see the hallway to our apartment filled with smoke. And while most people would be concerned, I simply knew that M was cookin' up some dinner. (You know, dirty 400 degree ovens tend to be kinda smokey.)


Most of the veggies are local or homegrown (except for those stupid organic peppers from Israel that I bought at Whole Foods. Really, WF? Peppers from Israel? Couldn't find any colored peppers in MAINE?? And I know, I know, buying said peppers isn't exactly discouraging them. But I digress.)

The pizza was good! The pizza was great! As you can see, it's a sauceless pie on homemade Foccacia bread. Thanks, M!

8 comments:

  1. Kate, I would like to invite you to a launch event that Backyard Farms is having for its new Cocktail Tomatoes at Grace Restaurant in Portland. Please send me your email address so I can send an official invitation. I can be reached at:
    clampman@vianow.com

    Thanks, CJ

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  2. I once witnessed eggplant from Holland in my local (Baltimore) Whole Foods. Crazy.

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  3. Hey that lady is the new addition to our cookbook club! Awesome that she is commenting on yours (and hasn't on mine :-p).

    So I'm making pizza tonight too!! The white arugula ones from barefoot that I made in January! And OMG did you hear the news!! Baltimore sun thinks I'm good enough to be an maryland outstanding blog!

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  4. I'm making pizza tonight. Maybe it's the thing to do this week! Sadly, mine is going to be somewhat boring, with mushrooms and garlic only. Yours is gorgeous!

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  5. Kate... i do believe I'll be there next week to check out the Tomato tasting at Grace--which will prove interesting because I'm not a huge fan of raw tomatoes and their gelatinous goo.

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  6. and hey! we both put up boyfriend posts! very nice

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  7. That looks delicious. I always say I want to make my own pizza dough but never get the motivation.

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  8. Talk more about this canning class. Where? What are you canning? And may I have some for Christmas?

    I'm taking a pressure canning class at the local adult ed next month. I'm so excited, because I am an old lady.

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