FEB
06

Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Caramelized Onion, Bacon, and Arugula

Cauliflower pizza with all of the fixings

Everyone loves a slice of pizza, but if you have a gluten allergy or wheat intolerance, ordering take out can be difficult. So why not make your own at home?  Not only is this cauliflower crust delicious, it’s also completely gluten and grain free!  And with a zesty homemade sauce and gourmet toppings like caramelized onions, crispy bacon, arugula, and creamy mozzarella, you’ll be glad you skipped delivery and made your own!

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JUL
27

Watermelon “Pizza” with Crab and Arugula Salad

 

A plate of Watermelon Pizza with Arugula

When the mercury runs high during summer, it's nice to prepare a dish that doesn't involve turning on the oven. This week’s weeknight recipe is perfect for nights like that. It combines some of the season’s star produce, and just the right amount of shellfish for protein. And best of all, you can throw it together in 30 minutes or less. So what do you say, let’s get cooking!

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JUN
01

Easy Grilled Pizza

 

Grilled Pizza Banner

 

When we’re too tired to cook, a frozen pizza is often the first thing we reach for. But in the heat of the summer, do you really want your kitchen climbing to 400 degrees? (Neither do we). Equally easy, but infinitely more delicious, you can whip up a grilled pizza in nearly no time.

There’s no denying the heavenly flavor and texture of a wood-fired crust. Grilling pizza is the closest you can come to that at home. No matter if you’re using charcoal or gas. You will still achieve amazing texture and flavor – far better than what your oven will deliver.

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JAN
12
0

Perfect Pizza

Pizza - the perfect meal for any time of day

Few foods possess the universal appeal of pizza. Although commonly regarded as an Italian invention, the dish actually dates back to ancient Greece. However, it wasn’t until 1889 when a Neapolitan man named Raffaele Esposito topped some dough with tomatoes, chopped basil and shredded mozzarella cheese that the contemporary pizza was born. Soon after, a wave of immigrants swept into America, bringing with them this Italian specialty which has grown in popularity ever since.

Pizza can be a highly nutritious lunch or dinner option which is easy dish to make at home. Pizza also comes in a diverse variety of styles including thin crust (the most popular), deep-dish, stuffed, pizza bread, pizza wrap, and even pizza-on-a-stick. Although it is fine to serve pizza with soup or salad, it is actually one of the few dishes that is a complete meal by itself.

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