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    Just straight mashed cauliflower is great, with a little garlic butter and parm! Just make sure you drain it well and run it through the food processor
    There are sooooo many great ideas here that my finger hurts from hitting the like button!

    I have to say that my oldest is particularly excited to go with a taco theme next!!!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    I have very traditional toppings that we like. We like the traditional tomato sauce and mozzarella base with:

    Margarita style with tomato and basil. I think that this works best on a thinner crust

    pepperoni, a few sliced black olives, fresh garlic, mushrooms and artichoke hearts.

    After reading everyone else's we are very boring. But I do want to try the cauliflower crust sometime.
    Choosing Our Own Adventure with DS 9
    Global Village School - Supporting our desire to teach social justice and global awareness
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    I can't believe I forgot Spinach & artichoke! Today a whole slew of pizza recipes came across my Pinterest, figured I'd share. I'm convinced pizza is just an edible plate for every delicious nom you can imagine. And don't forget dessert pizza!

    Cinnamon Dessert Pizza
    Nutella S'more Dessert Pizza

    And then all of these delicious options, like Caramel Apple Pizza, or the Scrambled Egg Breakfast Pizza. Yum!

    Hawaiian BBQ Chicken
    Spinach Artichoke
    Savory Pumpkin (I don't know how I feel about this one)
    Chicken Tikka Masala
    Jalapeno Popper (if you like spicy and bacon this is heaven)

    And 25 pizzas without tomato sauce, because in case you can't tell I don't like tomato sauce on my 'za.

    Now I'm starving...
    Kiddo - 7

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    We had the pork luau pizza today, but they have have all sorts of creative california style pizzas here.
    Pizza | Sublime Ale House

    (Actually I had a brie burger. Just one piece of the luau pizza.)
    Homeschooling DS11, DS5.

    Atheist.

    My spelling and typing are fine, its my keyboard that doesnt cooperate.

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    OH NO, KittyP!! Why on earth would you put up dessert pizza!!! We generally just bake the extra dough off, brush it with butter, and hit it with cinnamon/sugar....mmmmmm
    Now I have nutella and marshmallows on my brain!!!! I no longer like you JK!!!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Aw, ML! I built my own masonry oven. Does more than pizza thankfully. This time of year, roasting down tomatoes or apples for sauce...

    I will say we're pretty plain-jane for toppings here because the pizza out of the oven is just dandy. And...dd and I love our goat cheese, be it halloumi or feta or just plain old chevre with herbs

    We always start the round of pizzas--kind of like the first pancake--with a simple olive oil/rosemary/coarse sea salt. Puffs up fast, crunchy...
    Eclectically homeschooling 8th grade dd, who likes science as much as art...

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    Nice oven FWP!! Nice blog too.....now I'm checking out all of your outdoor kitchen stuff LOVE that rocket stove! I think I know what I want for xmas now!!!
    Hubs is not quite the masonry type.......not enough patience, or a planner for a whole oven, so he bought a modular refractory kit from Forno Bravo in California. It's a circular dome, 42". He built the stand and the huge overhang coming out from the kitchen (we are in the PacNW after all) so I can use it year-round.

    But yeah, we use it for everything, practically. Thanksgiving dinner even......turkey, rolls, and pies included Best. Gift. Ever!
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by muddylilly View Post
    But yeah, we use it for everything, practically. Thanksgiving dinner even......turkey, rolls, and pies included Best. Gift. Ever!
    I made sure our oven's opening could accommodate one of our Red Bourbon birds AND the pan No shame at all in buying anything pre-made, jeez! Just having it is the awesome in it all. I just went the cheapo diy route
    Eclectically homeschooling 8th grade dd, who likes science as much as art...

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    LOL!!! We raised Red Bourbons one year, and didn't clip their wings....ooops! Hubby decided he'd like to see them free-range (made the decision on his own, mind you), let them out of the hoop house and those [email protected]*ards roosted on TOP of our house! Took a while to get them all rounded up. Since then we've raised conventional whites....and he has to clear any hair-brained ideas with me first
    Last edited by muddylilly; 09-08-2015 at 01:20 PM. Reason: clarification
    Homeschooling two sons (14 and 16) from day one. Atheist.
    Eclectic, Slackschooler covering 8th and 10th grades this year.

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    We've raised conventional and the Bourbons. Std bronze or white sure grow to the freezer fast but our mated pair of Bourbons gave us 2 then 7 then 17 babies in 3 years...even it out and they were cheaper keepers. Earl and Ruby. Delightful birds (their babies weren't ever big by T-day. More like in the 9-14lb range) and very sweet, they lived outside, on a perch in the henyard at night. A coyote got them in a week, Earl first who decided to sleep on the deck and took Ruby right off her babies. Sniff.

    Might try Midget Whites next year though, or just go back to the bronze birds, they weren't hard to keep. In and out.

    Didn't do any chickens, turkeys OR goat babies this year! Thanksgiving will be a rooster methinks. And that's fine. Or maybe just a big old pizza in the oven
    Eclectically homeschooling 8th grade dd, who likes science as much as art...

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