Sunday, March 30, 2008

Pizza! Pizza!

I can never, ever, ever get enough pizza. I love it to death. Even though I had it for dinner last night, I still went ahead and made a different version of pizza for lunch today.



It's a spin on this Rachel Ray recipe. Instead of spinach I had baby arugula in the fridge. And I made sure I tossed it well with olive oil, salt and pepper. Other than that it's the same, as simple as it gets. Refrigerated pizza dough, olive oil, arugula, tomatoes and fresh goat cheese. Yum! Really, I'm a sucker for goat cheese on anything. But I understand people who don't like it, you either love it or you hate it probably. Just like a lot of people and arugula. I happen to adore both. Can you image how good this will be if I can make it again in the summer with my own tomatoes?



Look at those happy little guys just growing away! All I can hope for is that the growing continues this way when I put them in the ground in about 6 weeks. If that happens the Recession Garden will surely be a success.

In the meantime Central Park Hoodie is growing also. I'm knitting the fronts at the same time to make sure they're even. Also to avoid second front syndrome. This way when the fronts are done, they're done!

6 comments:

Jodi said...

Mmm... pizza... the most perfect food in the world. I'm a sucker for goat cheese in pretty much any form.

CPH is coming along quite nicely!

KnitXcorE said...

yummmm-o. hehe.

i planted some pes last night (in an egg crate) and i'm already checking every 20 minutes to see whats sprouting. i have no patience. lol.

Tracy said...

I am from the "don't like goat cheese" group but I have to say, that looks reallllllly good right now!

Sayward said...

Ah... another goat cheese addict. I have a salad recipe just for you that I should post today!

sunneshine said...

Next time in Jersey, I will be crashing dinner at your house! That pizza looks amazing!!

foodiedani said...

Have you had goat cheese fritters? They are heavenly.