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  • Turn off that oven. GRILL your pizza instead! Try mine… a crisp, chewy crust topped with creamy ricotta and grilled garlicky zucchini. #ILOVESUMMERFOOD I’m not a big hashtag-er, but “# I love summer food” is exactly how I’m feeling! There have been two meals that have been on repeat at our house over the last 6
  • It’s true… the hardest part is waiting! Making your own dough is super SIMPLE to toss together with this NO KNEAD homemade pizza dough recipe. Mix, stir and cover… then let time do the work for you! ⏱️ ** This post is part of the special Key Lime KIDS series, designed to help kids during these challenging times by
  • What the heck are pizza beans you ask? Are they beans on pizza?? Pizza on beans?? You’re intrigued, I can tell. ? As far as I know the term was first coined by Deb Perelman, one of my favorite blogger/chefs, in her second cookbook. The story goes that she, 6 months pregnant, was invited to a potluck. Instead of making a
  • Unabashedly. I. LOVE. SEAFOOD. Maybe it’s growing up in Florida? All those nights crabbing on Beer Can Island, hours spent collecting coquinas on the beach, having oyster stuffing at Granny’s for the holidays, or cracking stone crabs on special occasions… it all must have had an influence. Truth be told, I haven’t met a seafood that
  • It took me a while to cozy up to BBQ chicken pizza. I’ve always been somewhat of a purist when it comes to pizza toppings (i.e. chicken likely doesn’t belong on pizza, barbecue sauce certainly does not, and don’t even get me started on pineapple :). But, I figured if I am okay with topping my pies with blackberries or apricots, I
  • Gather your friends, get your oven smokin’ hot, and step into “la dolce vita.” Pizza just happens to be one of my favorite foods, and is a natural for entertaining. One of the world’s ultimate comfort foods… I dare you to find someone who doesn’t love pizza. And at this party, there’s no need for a separate
  • This is a simple pie, but extremely satisfying, and surprisingly light given that you are putting potatoes on pizza dough. I use an inexpensive Japanese mandolin to get super thin slices of potato, but I’ve also tested it using my chef’s knife to cut thin slices and the recipe works just as well. Use very good olive oil to get the
  • Sweet and tart blackberries are a wonderful foil for spicy jalapenos. The creamy ricotta balances the two, and the hit of lime makes it pop. Lots of different kinds of fruit would work well here, including apricots, figs, or pears. This pie is a far way from red sauce and shredded mozz… and you just may not look back.  
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