Thursday, May 15, 2014

CHECK OUT OUR FIRST VIDEO

Here's our first attempt at making a video.  Only, I didn't know I was in the frame and I was goofing about.

To see our 9 second video click, Our First Video. The link goes to Tim's blog, where he posted the video.

Meanwhile, here's yesterday's bakes.  Personal pan pizzas for Date Night.  Veggies for me, meat for Tim, homemade sauce with Muenster and mozzarella for both.   

All in all, a very fun night.

Tonight's menu:  Hot subs on homemade bread.


40 comments:

  1. Love the clip. Those pizzas look delicious! Glad you had a fun night.

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    1. Thanks, Kris. You are a great friend. Looking forward to having you over for pizza making day.

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  2. You need to be in the next one, Ivy.
    Homemade pizza is the best. My wife makes a mean BBQ chicken pizza.

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    1. We made that at the pizza shoppe and people went nuts for that combo. I'll have to try it sometime because I love BBQ chicken.

      I am in the next one, but not me me, just my voice as I'm working the camera.

      It'll be a little while until I'm ready to jump in front of the camera.

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  3. Now I want pizza for lunch! :) Those look awesome.

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    1. I have one extra of each.

      Which do you fancy?

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    2. I am a veggie pizza kind of person. :)

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    3. Me too. So many combos.

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  4. Your video was great, Ivy! It made me giggle. Tim's laugh is contagious. And, now I'm hungry for some pizza. Yummy!

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    1. He does have a great laugh. We
      really did a have fun. I'll let ya
      know when we post the full review.

      Though we had the light behind
      him and my arms got tired from
      holding up the heavy Nikon.

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  5. We do love pizza.... I remember its taste :)
    I thought Tim was a 20 something young man....

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    1. Thanks for stopping by, Dez.
      We had a lot of fun last night.

      Is there any kind of pizza you
      can eat? How about one made
      of a corn meal crust?

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  6. I don't know how you have time to make homemade bread? Do you want to cook for me? I'm too busy jumping over pillow obstacle courses.

    (Sorry about no picture of Schultz and the spider. Schultz ate the spider before I had time to get the camera.)

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    1. Hahahahaha, about the eating spider
      before camera thing. You crack me up.

      You're very good at writing your family
      stuff. I most enjoy your blog. Even if
      I give you a hard time about photos.

      Cheers and boogie boogie.

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  7. We tried making homemade pizza--but we still didn't make the dough from scratch! We considered "homemade" buying those kits or that premade dough from...is it Bobola? Something like that.

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  8. The video is a hoot!

    And those pizzas look delicious!

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    1. Thanks for watching, Norma.

      We still have two pizzas left.

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  9. Funny video.

    The pizzas look so good with those globs of cheese.

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    1. That's a combo of Muenster and mozzarella, and even though it looks like a lot, it's actually very little placed just so to fool the eye and taste buds.

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  10. You've got me hungry for sausage and pepperoni pizza. I'm going to make a sausage one for me, very thin crust and a ham and barbecue for the Hubby, thick crust.

    One day you'll be a star. Ms. Whisk, it's time for your closeup!

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    1. Have you ever eaten those thin thin crunchy cracker-like crusts? I made one using spelt the other day and I tell ya, it was good. Still needs a rewrite but overall, on the right direction for a trully thin crust.

      Ms. Whisk ... hahahaha. That's pretty good, I say as I run in the opposite direction of the camera.

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  11. Yum. Now I'm hungry for pizza.

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  12. I could eat both of those very nice indeed. Enjoyed the finger exercises in the video :)

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    1. I didn't know he was taping .. but it was fun.

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  13. Howdy and y'all sure had some fun making that video! :)

    A pizza made out of a pan? Interesting! :)

    Pawsitive wishes,

    Penny

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    1. Yes, it's made from pan. Doesn't taste as good but it stores longer.

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  14. Mercy! You are making me hungry - as all your fabulous pics of food do. For reasons I won't go into now - my stove, rather oven (inside) doesn't work. So there goes my homemade pizza which I am longing to bake. No matter, hope springs eternal. Cheers!!

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    1. If you're stove top works there's always the option to do a grilled flatbread sort of pizza.

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  15. I love these pizza look awesome!
    And veggie pizza is my favorite!

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  16. Good lord, I'm famished!

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    1. We have leftovers .. you're welcome to them.

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    1. Thanks, Adam. Happy Weekend.

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  18. I just can't get over how great those pizzas look. And now you have subs. On homemade bread? Oh my... That's some good eating!

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    1. Only homemade bread. If we don't have, we go without. Though not long ago I tried a store-bought hot dog bunn. The next day I returned them because they felt like paste and tasted of glue.

      Horrible.

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  19. Oh goodness that was a great little video! You two are funny and those pizzas did look pretty great!

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