I took this photo to remember — when I’m moved out of this house — this area of my carefully curated, mostly thrift-store art, now with the addition of one painting after the subtraction of a stack of art books to boxes now holding the painting upright. The painting had been hanging on a bedroom … More A Little Art As Food, with Naan Inside-Out Pizza. Faux. Non.
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.
When I went to deliver a double-slice of the (Heavenly) Roasted Coconut Cake* a couple days ago, my neighbors were preparing a brown rice version of lasagna. The word “Lasagna” worked its way into my to-do list, especially as I had a cup of leftover turkey pepperoni red sauce and a cup of cottage cheese … More Lasagna One Time, Strange flower
Pepperoni con Penne, a fast dinner entree which won the hearts of family members underwent an experiment today. Typically the spicy red pepperoni sauce is made by the time the pasta water has come to a boil and the penne is cooked. Today I made the simple sauce of turkey pepperoni fried in olive oil … More Spicy Turkey Pepperoni Red Sauce con Lasagna Noodles
There are days when one looks in the fridge, the freezer and the cupboards and wonders what to prepare when it seems the fixings are scant. They are seldom scant, just saying it seems that way. The pantry always holds handsful of pastas in boxes as well as at least a can of tomatoes. The … More Creamy Spiced Pepperoni con Penne
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