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October 25, 2009

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Jez

Dude. Seriously. Buy a Kitchen Aid mixer. I mean, if you're going to go through the trouble of having this blog (which I just discovered) and do things in the kitchen, get 2 tools: 1) The mixer and a food processor.

I can't tell you the last time we bought a pizza. Maybe 2 months ago at Costco because it was a time-saver? I am by no means into this as much as you are, but I can knock out pizza dough in about 15 minutes. And that's enough dough for like 6 small pizzas (I usually eat one, and we have leftovers).

Jez

*sigh*

I have a dough recipe if you want to try it. Also, a decent sauce recipe. You ever buy pesto? Our kids love it. You can mix the red marinara sauce with a dash of green pesto and we call that Awesome Sauce. We get the jar of pesto from Costco, fill an ice cube tray or two, freeze the pesto so you can bust out a cube or two, heat it up on the stove, and it goes well with pasta or pizza.

june

Go to your local pizzaria and buy fresh dough. The fun part is adding the sauce and toppings. FORGET about making your own dough - - why bother when someone else will give you enough for 2 pizzas for about $3.00?

john donohue


June!


Yes, my sister does this when she makes pizza with her kid. Its a great idea. Thanks for reminding me of it.


Best,


JD

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