Roll With It

There was sausage! Again! Since I had been craving sausage on pizza for so long there needed to be a revisit this week.

I was a little concerned about how the dough was going to turn out though. Slight moment of panic.

I made it like I always do but you know how finicky dough can be and yesterday it was a hard little ball of flour.

After sitting for a couple of hours it had not doubled in size.  It rose but not as much as it normally does.  Typically the dough is bursting out of the bowl but this dough was content to just sit there and puff a bit.

Yikes!

Even after rolling it out, it was a thick little brick of dough.

It worked though and we had a lovely crispy crunchy pizza with several air bubbles.  Score!

Toppings were simple this week:

  • Shredded Mozzarella
  • Red Peppers
  • Red Onion
  • Italian Sausage

Yum!

We watched No Reservations Kansas City while we ate.  Loved this episode! It featured Zamir and you just cannot help be adore him.  In this episode he was in top form and it was fantastic.

Dear Travel Channel, please give Zamir his own show!  Please!

Being in Kansas City, the episode was all about BBQ.  MMMM  Kansas City is my favorite style of BBQ, smokey goodness with a thick spicy sauce.

Though I admit that I don’t have much experience with Memphis or Texas style BBQ.  North Carolina BBQ doesn’t even rank on my list. Ick.

BBQ, love it or leave it?

 

Andrea

About Andrea Ratulowski

Andrea Ratulowski is the proprietor of Food Embrace. She eats and cooks with real foods. She feels that cheese is always acceptable and that beer is the right answer.

Comments

  1. says

    We just watched that episode the other night! Loved it but we agreed that it wasn’t the same without Zamir getting drunk! Ha, ha! I grew up with Western KY bbq. It rarely makes the map, but has it’s own twist. There’s always mutton on the menu. For me, it’s all about the sauce. Without the sauce, it’s just grilled meat. I need the sauce to call it bbq – spicy, smoky and sweet.

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