Saturday, August 13, 2016

Who Wants Pizza ????

I've got pizzas started and Tim is turning the Lemon Tart Room (movie room/living room), into Halloween Town. Last I saw him, he was stringing orange lights way up high.

I love that man.

Anyway, if you're hungry, we have two kinds of pizza. You know what? Before I met Tim, I hated pizza. Never ate it. But now that I make my own, I love it.

And that's all I have to say about that.


Today's Farmer's Market haul for 20 dollars.
Bug not included.

35 comments:

  1. Your pizzas sound good and your veggies look wonderful, a lot of healthy goodness.

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    1. I forgot if I asked you, do you have good Farmer's Markets in your area?

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  2. The temperature's still WAY too hot here to even think about Halloween (but it's never too hot to think about pizza!)

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    1. Sorry it's too hot there. We are always in Halloween mode, here.

      Do you make pizzas at home?

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  3. How do you make your dough?

    Bug is looking especially cute!

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    1. Lots of different ways. But if you're asking about last night? It was spelt dough. Yum.

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  4. Your haul looks so good! Enjoy your pizza!

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  5. Homemade pizzas are the best type of pizza!

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  6. Love your haul, and your pizza sounds delicious.

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  7. awwwww Bug is so sweet.
    But when I first read this I thought you were talking about some bugs on the veggies. So I was going to ask if the bugs were added to caveman grunt !

    cheers, parsnip and thehamish

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    1. Yes! I wrote it that way so it was mean bug on veggies and Bug, the real deal.

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  8. I'll have a few slices of each please!!!!

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  9. Great sounding pizza. I love our Farmer's Market and recognize most of your haul but what are those black and brown things on the left? Are they potatoes?

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    1. Small heirloom purple and pink potatoes. We sampled much of the haul for lunch, right after we got home.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  10. How can anyone hate pizza? Especially homemade.

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    1. I just never liked it. Even back in school when they would have Pizza Day. I always brown bagged it.

      But my homemade ones, I love.

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  11. I love homemade pizza. I will take a piece of each of your pizzas. They sound yummy.

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  12. thats interesting

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  13. I love pizza, but if I had to make it, I'd probably hate it.

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  14. We had pizza last night too! Glad yours was so delicious! I don't eat it very often at all, but when I do I savor it. :)

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  15. I only eat pizza once in a century. Not interested generally. Yours do look interesting. Lots of good veggies.

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  16. I worked with a woman who would've celebrated Halloween every day is she could've. Your pizza sounds great, I've never met one I didn't like!

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  17. Pizza is the best! And I'm laughing because we'd be choosing the same way. I'd pick the veggie one and my hubby would go caveman style. You two are hilarious!

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  18. I'd pick the veggie myself. Hope it was good. I ordered the good gut book.

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  19. I make my own pizza with the small pita bread...I call it pita pizza. I put tomato sauce, mushrooms, onions, peppers and cheese. Yum! :)

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  20. May I have one of each pizza, please? I assume you make deliveries to England :)

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  21. Pizza is always welcome!

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  22. Homemade pizza sounds good! My sister makes it sometimes. Lately she's even made the crust out of corn she grew in her garden and ground into flour! It is delicious. Awesome that you shop at the farmers' market! My other sister sells produce, pies, and other goodies at our local one.

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  23. Love pizza's made with a cauliflower crust!

    Your Farmer's Market haul looks brilliant

    All the best Jan

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