Mmm. I love your topping ideas. Beautiful photographs, too.
Sounds like a great tradition! When I was in college, my roommate and I had a similar one. But instead of making it from scratch, it was more like "let's both bake our frozen pizzas for dinner tonight!" Btw, those pizzas you made look delicious :D
I started a Holiday pizza tradition this year! I was going to make pizza on Christmas Eve but circumstances didn't allow so we ended up having it on New Year's Eve instead. I think that will be our traditional, all-out, homemade pizza night from now on.I love all your topping ideas!
Love these photo!tasty blog;)M.
Really love these recipes. Pizza is kind of my signature dish & I think I've shared my best with everybody I know by now, so very happy to have ideas for mixing it up! Happy New Year!
this type of pizza is what really works for me, so fresh and it seems delicious
Your crust looks amazing and I'm going to try it over the weekend. I've never used bread flour and from what I see in your photos, it makes a hugh difference in the texture. LOVE the way your pizza looks. Have you ever tried a whole wheat version?
My stomach's just started growling looking at these photos! Your pizza with butternut squash and sage looks really amazing. Thank you for sharing the recipe!
Thank you so much everyone! I'm so glad you're enjoying the photos of the pizza. Jodi, I've never used whole wheat flour, but I'm sure you can give it a try. The only difference is that the texture of the crust will be a little more toothsome, due to the nature of whole grain flour. Let me know how if turns out!
Looks Delish...did you use fast acting yeast OR active dry yeast?
AMAZING!!! I'm glad I found your site, it's so....inspiring. :D
I thought we were the only nutjobs to be eating pizza on christmas day! so props to you too! . . I have never seen so many pictures of pizza in one place! sounds like a bit of a feast!
Looks delicious! I love making homemade pizza and yours knocks it out of the park! You may have gotten me out of my pizza making rut... Thanks!
I used this crust recipe and topped it with homemade pesto, shrimp, caramelized onions, tomatoes and cheese- it turned out amazing! The crust was fantastic... I did add dried basil and garlic salt to it during the mixing phase for some extra flavor.
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I absolutely love homemade pizza bread. I am shocked at how easy and fresh it is to make. It takes no time at all and it tastes marvelous! I wonder, how do you get the beautifully full edges on your pizza? I like a thicker crust, but tend to fold the edges in. It looks like yours are not folded tho.
Hey Heavenisabookstore, I'm so glad you're enjoying the recipe. Regarding the puffy crust...I hadn't really thought about it, but here's what I do when I make the crust:I pick the ball up and grab each side with each hand, letting it droop in the middle. I quickly move it through my hands, rotating it. It thins out in the middle, but the outside is a little thicker.Also, I leave an inch around the edge bare when I add my toppings and usually brush it with a little olive oil.Hope this helps!
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