Thirty Five

Today is the last day of January. The month I always consider to be the one lazy month of the year just flew by. We kept it calm and did it right as the time to chill after the chaos of the holidays. Filled it with tucked in weekends with family, lots of playing in the snow and not much else. Now we are heading into February. This is a month that for most may seem like just another long winter month (even though it's the shortest month of the year). However, I love February for two reasons....more

Eggplant Confit Pizza

Yum, this looks and sounds delicious.  I really want to try to make this.  Thanks for sharing!more

Homemade Pizza & Christmas Traditions

Cranberry and Arugula Pizza

Cauliflower Pizza Crust

Fresh Mozzarella and Tomato Pastry Pie

 Ohhhh the many things one can do with pastry crust…It’s not just for dessert!  You can fill it or top it with pretty much anything!  I was craving some Mediterranean spike for some appetizers I was making and I thought that this would be just perfect!  Apart from being very simple to make, this appetizer looks amazingly appetizing....more

Little Puff Pastry Pizzas With Bell Peppers, Mushrooms, and Cheese

[Editor's Note: Though this recipe was designed as an appetizer, it would also make a quick and easy elegant dinner option! Use the baking time to add a salad, and you're all set. --Genie] ...more
I am going to have to try this!  My teenagers love making their own pizzas because they all want ...more

Tomatillo and Red Onion Pizza

 Happy Meatless Monday!!! Here's a dinner menu idea from a&o!!! Struggling for a dinner idea? We suggest whole wheat pizza with some unique toppings! Our pizza has tomatillos, red onion, pesto, asiago and mozzarella! ...more

Giving up something I love for 1 year...just to prove I can do it.

Have you ever wanted to do take a risk on something but you don’t do it because you are too afraid of the uncertain outcome? Have you ever wanted to make a change to something in your life but you don’t take action because you are too afraid to leave your comfort zone?...more

Kid Fun!

Mini PizzasIngredients:2 English muffins, toasted1 8 oz can pizza sauce2 hot dogsgrated mozzarella cheeseDirections:Spoon pizza sauce on to muffins.  Thinly slice hot dogs and arrange on top of sauce.  Sprinkle with cheese.  Bake at 350 degrees until cheese has melted.P.S.  These are also good for big kids to take to work for lunch!!Enjoy!!...more