Leaning tower of pizzas

No posts yesterday. I’m a slacker. Actually, it’s quite the reverse. I was busy. I’ll try to rectify this today.

Round two of my little “cooking school” is happening tonight. We’re doing gourmet pizzas. By popular demand. Anybody got a favourite pizza topping/strategy?

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2 thoughts on “Leaning tower of pizzas”

  1. That’s just what I was going to say.

    I quite like making pizzas, and usually do my own base. Just a simple tomato, basil and mozzarella pizza is delicious. But I put whatever is in the fridge on my pizzas, or just whatever sounds good. Olives, red onion, slices of sweet potato, mushrooms, capsicum, shredded chicken, salami, sundried tomatoes, cherry tomatoes, artichoke hearts, fresh herbs. And I don’t always use tomato paste. Pesto or hoisin sauce are good variations.

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