Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Hot Then You're Cold

My blogging has been as schizophrenic as this weather... 

Last Friday we saw a couple inches of snow.  Since it was cold and icy my roommates and I decided to stay in and make pizza.

 My pizza is on the  left. I used lots and lots of shredded mozzarella, some chunks of fresh buffalo mozzarella (because more cheese is always better), some fresh basil and a little spicy sausage. And then more cheese. Because that's the rule
If you've made pizza at home do you have any suggestions? Or favorite ingredients to use? We had a little trouble getting the crust to cook properly- may have been due to the fact that we tried to cook 5 pizzas at once and the oven door was opening and closing every 5 minutes... Whatever, still good pizza.
Back to the bizarro weather we've been experiencing:
On Monday, the office opened 2 hours late due to "inclement weather".
And today...I'm wearing a shorter skirt and a spring jacket.
But I have a snow globe on my desk.
January, you are a fickle friend. "You change your mind like a girl changes clothes..."
(And if you're wondering about the title of this post, throwback Katy Perry, when it's been 18 degrees, anything over 50 degrees is hot.)

3 comments :

  1. Definitely too many pizzas and too many door opens for it to cook. A pizza pan with holes in it helps or else a stone to cook it on depending on how you like your crust.

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    1. Figured as much. Thanks for the tip. I think I need to invest in a pizza stone if I plan on making it at home more often.

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  2. If you pre-bake the crust by itself for about 6 to 8 minutes then put your sauce and toppings on, I think that should do it. I also agree with the "too many pizzas in the oven, etc..." bit. :)

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