Making home-made pizza is a wonderful opportunity to express your culinary creativity.
Pizza making takes practice and requires open-mindedness in order to to truly discover the depths and layers of tastes.
With flavourful and health options, making pizza at home can bring people together.
Pizzas lend themselves quite nicely to thematic expressions. You can include different toppings based on the season you’re in. With corn, squash, potatos, tomatos, onions, zucchini, various fruit & berries, pumpkins, numerous herbs & spices, there are plenty of tasty and fresh options.
Making pizza at home gives you complete control over the quality & quantity of the ingredients, including…
- …making a thin wheat crust.
- …limiting the quantity of cheese.
- …adding tons of vegetables and/ or fruit.
- …limiting the ammount of nitrate filled meats.
- …controlling the ammount & quality of oil for the dough.
- …using the freshest vegetables, meats, fruit, and spices & herbs.
I Remember The Day…
- …someone served me a pizza with potatoes.
- …I ate cold and old pizza. The food is really at its best when enjoyed fresh and steaming.
- …I ate my first ever desert pizza. I realized on the first bite the depth of pizza’s incredible versatility.
- …I forgot the location and name of the pizza store that served me one of the best pizza’s I’ve ever tasted.
- …I ate pizza in Italy. Actually, I’ve been to Italy a few times, each time enjoying incredibly luscious pizza. Every bite of pizza that I’ve taken has confirmed Italy’s supremacy at making the most basic and simple pizza seem like the most incredibly savoury complex legend of taste.
Now that summer is ending, it’s time to venture in the garden to pick the freshest tomatoes for my next home-made pizza.