Baked on the bottom shelf at 400 degrees F. for 20 minutes, maybe 1 minute long for some people. I like crispy crust, not doughy underneath the goodies, and I like the veggies to caramelize. It was m-mm. It’s now my favorite homemade pizza.
“Spice against what ails ya,” said Tony, a family friend who had a well-loved pizza parlor over on the Kitsap side of Puget Sound, as he put hot peppers all over his slice, folded it in half and ate it. Many times since then I’ve followed his advice for prevention, palliation and, some would say, … More Eggplant and Potato Korma
I tried a non sourdough, faster dough. This dough would have been more flavorful if I was patient enough to leave it in the fridge for 2 days to mature, but I needed dough this afternoon. My all-time favorite pizza was at Regular John’s in West Los Angeles, the place that Barbara and Wade Killefer … More MsChef in Seattle’s first post: Eggplant Parm, Turkey Pepp & Jalapeno Pizza