I can sure tell when hubby is off work, it smells fantastic in this house...
I let him have a few leaves off the basil seedlings still under the lights.
Pizza before going into the oven...
One of the red sauce pizzas...
This one's mine! My favorite is white pizza... with some home brewed ale of course!
So here's what Marley was up to while I was in the other room... she's claimed it, I think!
You and your pizzas have just driven me over the brink. It's 5:30 here now and I have no idea what we're having for dinner. What I wouldn't give to live next door to you and just casually stroll over there now . . . I'll bring the rest of the Butter Rum Cake . . . to see if you have any leftovers! ;o}ReplyDelete
What a good dog Marley is. She's saying, "Thanks, Mom, for making this very special quilt for me."
If we lived next door we would gladly deliver! Papa Pea could help hubby build that coveted outdoor pizza oven and then we would owe you pizza every Friday night :)ReplyDelete
By the looks of your pizzas, I don't know how an outdoor pizza oven could make them any better. But it sure would be fun building one and trying it out!ReplyDelete
Well if when you guys 'retire' to MN, you could open a pizzeria with those bad boys! I'd pay to come get one!ReplyDelete
Ooooh homemade pizza and homemade ale! Drool!ReplyDelete
Hubby's pizzas look amazing. The quilt looks nice, congrats on your first ever full size quilt!!ReplyDelete
Ok...HERE is the post about the pizza. I kind of lumped my comments into your last post about the quilt. But that still doesn't change the fact that this pizza looks amazing. And that I still want it. And that I'm hungry and its 5 am...ReplyDelete
So homey on all counts!ReplyDelete
You did a great job Erin!ReplyDelete
I tell you what Erin, if I actually went to all that trouble and made a beautiful quit like that, I don't know if I would even let my hairy Husband on the quilt. But I would put money on the fact yours are way cleaner than mine. Dogs that is... ;)ReplyDelete
APG, we know enough about the restaurant industry to know that we'd probably hate cooking if we got into that, LOL... kind of like the poor bar owner that can't stand the sight of drunks and such but has to be there every night!ReplyDelete
Thanks all, the pizza was delicious, it's definitely worth the mess he makes in my kitchen!
Jane, I have no trouble hollering at Sprocket the "puppy" to get down, but Marley is such a good girl I feel bad... LOL My quilts will definitely be well loved looking in no time since I shove them through the washer weekly. I also do throw a sheet down if there is any chance they got muddy outside!
Don't tell my hubby but your pizza's look way yummier than the ones my hubby makes. He makes the crusts himself and the sauce too but he makes them on big cookie sheets with corn meal under then. That way we have lots of leftover pizza. It tastes good but doesn't look as appetizing as the ones your hubby makes.ReplyDelete
Your Marley reminds me of a dog we had when we were kids. She was such a good dog. We never had to tie her up or fence her in cause she just stayed in the yard. Now you've started me yearning for a dog!
Yum! How does your hubby get the crust so nicely browned? My baking stone doesn't produce the best crust. I read somewhere that you can put a steel plate in the oven and cook the pizza really quick on broil...never tried it though. I still get the best results cooking pizza on the grill.ReplyDelete
Sparkless, hubby uses a pizza stone but it is time consuming that way since his dough makes about 6 pizzas LOL!ReplyDelete
Thomas, I'm not sure... but I do know that he uses a very old seasoned pizza stone with the oven on 450 and he stands there watching it the whole time LOL, you are right though - pizzas on the grill are even better!