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Sunday, May 20, 2012

do I dare share a deep and dark secret?

It is not deep dish at all, its thin crust! My pizza crust, the one I use most of the time?  The wife tells me three things:  first, that it is the best pizza I make.  Second, that it is like a thin cracker crust and third that I can indeed share it with you.  OK, here it is then, from Bob's Red Mill.  Tasty whole grain goodness!
Here are a couple nice items out of the kiln Saturday morning, looking very bright and cheerful....


TropiClay Studio said...

Great berry bowls!

smartcat said...

Love those berry bowls.

Bob's sure does have some good recipes! I'm told the brownies are to die for!

Barbara Rogers said...

I haven't said anything lately about your glazes, have I? They are really tops...that blue going to lavender is sooo nice. Cool!

Michèle Hastings said...

the green and lavender is a cool combo and thanks for sharing the pizza dough recipe.

Claudia from Idiot's Kitchen said...

Gary! I knew you would come through in my time of pizza crust need. I've yet to find a recipe that I like and we can all see the evidence on your blog that you are the pizza crust master. I'm trying this when I get home...have been thinking about a series of pizza posts for my blob.

Love the Penny photo in the header and you know I'm already a fan of those berry bowls. Happy weekend!

Lori Buff said...

Love the berry bowls, I do mugs with a similar glaze combo and they are hot sellers. I bet the same will be true of these bowls.
I might have to try this pizza dough recipe tonight.

smalltownme said...

I've been looking for a crackery pizza crust recipe -- thanks for sharing.

Busy Bee Suz said...

Thin crust pizza is always tops....yours looks fabulous.
I really love the color combos on this batch; bellisimo!

Jenn @ Juggling Life said...

I love yellow peppers--my homemade hummus pizza with yellow peppers, artichoke hearts and mozzarella is my fave, but I would love to try yours someday!

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