Shhhhhhhh... my dough is sleeping. Ok well actually it's resting... in the fridge... waiting to be made into pizza. Proving that there will indeed be pizza on this blog within the next day. And oh my, I have some intense plans for this dough. This beauty sleep is welllll needed.
So, I've been a pretty terrible blogger these past few months, and its all because of a film. A film for which I spent 7 weeks eating nothing but bagels and cereal and sleeping no more than 4 or 5 hours a night.
BUT I finally screened the finished thing this past Sunday, which means that I'll be bringing much deliciousness back to this blog in the coming months. Starting here. Starting tomorrow. With an amazing Daring Bakers' Challenge hosted by Rosa of Rosa's Yummy Yums.
I have made 2 out of 4 pizzas, and they were INCREDIBLE. Sorry for the awful pictures, though... I was in a crazy rush.
This pizza has on it a white wine cream sauce with shallots, zucchini, mozzarella, calamata olives, brie, and lots of garlic. It was so good... completely gone in less than 10 minutes.
And THIS pizza, for dessert, is covered in honey-sweetened mascarpone, fresh strawberries, and a drizzle of balsamic vinegar. Ridiculously delicious.
Looking forward to 2 more pizzas tomorrow! =)
I made the other 2 pizzas and took pictures of them, but my camera ran out of battery during the import to my computer, and the result of this was that they were deleted from the camera without being imported.... SO there is sadness and no more pizza pictures. =(
But they were REALLLLLY delicious, so I shall describe them to you now.
One had a tomato sauce with balsamic vinegar, baby portobello mushrooms, ground beef, spinach, mozzarella, and more balsamic vinegar drizzled on top. This was so ridiculously amazing, I ate 3 pieces in one sitting, and then had the rest as breakfast the next morning... cold and still amazing! =)
And the last pizza was the most extravagant of all - tomato balsamic cream sauce, caramelized onions, mozzarella, corn, goat cheese, honey, and fresh basil. Sooooooo good. Every ingredient worked so perfectly with the others, and the basil was the absolute most perfect finish ever. So yeah, wonderful wonderful it was.
AWESOME CHALLENGE! Go Daring Bakers! =)