When I set the radishes on this pizza I thought it looked like Easter, so I'm sharing it today.
I was trying to duplicate the awesomeness that is a radish sandwich, and added some cheeses to a tender/crunchy pizza crust and wow--my non-radish-eating son ate all the leftovers.
Added by Kirsten Madaus on April 18, 2014 at 9:00am — No Comments
Sautéed mushrooms and kale with cottage cheese on a spicy kale pizza crust make this a great winter pizza.
You can find the recipe here on my…Continue
Using food I can find marked down is kind of a thing of mine. I can Seconds tomatoes when my garden doesn't produce enough, I buy day old naan whenever I see it, and marked down dairy products make my heart happy.
But sometimes I get stumped with how to use them up before they go bad.
Pizza crust made with eggnog and butternut squash? Why not?…Continue
It's crazy for me, a US American ;) to be sharing a recipe for Poutine. But I'm doing it anyway, because it's a fun use of one of our Thanksgiving leftover orphans--gravy.
Always seem to have a bit of gravy leftover, and this is a wonderful way to enjoy it. Especially good if you get to visit the cows providing your squeaky cheese curds!…
Take those Thanksgiving leftovers and turn them into something new! This turkey is combined with pesto, green olives and feta cheese in a rolled pizza for a change up from traditional post-holiday fare.
You can find…Continue
Added by Kirsten Madaus on November 16, 2013 at 11:30am — No Comments
Chicken, leeks, and herbed cream cheese on a tender roasted sweet potato pizza crust.
The recipe is…Continue
Added by Kirsten Madaus on October 12, 2013 at 1:30pm — No Comments
This is a yummy pizza inspired by an apple my mom brought me and some neat cheese I picked up at Costco. Paired with some caramelized onions and crispy bacon from the freezer, it's a delicious fall pizza.
Added by Kirsten Madaus on October 5, 2013 at 12:30pm — No Comments
You can find the link here for this focaccia--fennel seeds in a wheat focaccia dough, topped with grapes, red onion, and goat cheese. My spouse is on to something with this focaccia business.…Continue
My garden and my CSA farm share bless me with wonderful arugula. Some of it gets put up as Arugula Pesto, and some of that gets put into focaccia dough for this delicious Friday Night Pizza Night meal:…Continue
It was another wonderful week of HOMEGROWN Fair submissions. They've been fantastic so far - it's hard to pick just one winner each week! We love taking a peek into the backyards, gardens, and kitchens of HOMEGROWNers; thanks for sharing.
Congratulations to Brooke and her lovely backyard chickens, winners of Week 2 of the HOMEGROWN Fair. We loved the photos of…Continue
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[Originally posted on my blog briciole as English-style Coulommiers (a.k.a. English farmhouse cheese)]
I am not sure why I had never tried to make this fresh cheese before, but I am certainly glad that the availability of fresh goat…Continue
Yesterday I made Feta cheese for the first time! Why am I putting it in a gardening blog? Tomatoes! I'm learning now so I can make some in TOMATO SEASON! Goats=cheese + tomatoes= YUM!
I already learned Mozzarella last year and wanted to learn how to make Feta too as I like both these…Continue
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This is a cross-post from my blog, Together In Food; to read a slightly different version of this post, please go to my blog here.
I love cheese, and I have this (perhaps slightly crazy) dream of producing 80% of the food we eat at home myself, from scratch (growing, raising and processing it). So, I wanted to be able to make cheese myself. I'd read…Continue
[Originally posted on my blog briciole as formaggio tipo gorgonzola fatto in casa: Fourme d'Ambert]
In my recent…Continue
In a previous post, I reported about…Continue
Added by Simona on August 14, 2010 at 5:00pm — No Comments