May 062010
 

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This pizza was definitely my best so far. I made the dough again using this Eggs on Sunday recipe. Instead of dividing it into two bases like last time, I just used it to make one. I think this was best as it gave the dough more body and a great crust.

I still have an abundance of cheese left over from our engagement party, thus the extravagent use of double cream Brie from King Island Dairy on a pizza… If you don’t have Brie, or don’t like it I would suggest that parmesan or even a strong cheddar or goat’s cheese would work well.

Another beautiful thing about this recipe is that it’s vegetarian friendly. However, if you are in the mood for meat you could always add bacon when you cook the spinach.

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May 022010
 

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I first had this recipe at my future in-laws’ house and I was hooked from the start.  This is great example of simple, good quality ingredients coming together to make a comforting and healthy meal.  We got a huge bunch of silverbeet in our FoodConnect box this week, so immediately this is what I decided to make.  I used PasturePerfectPork bacon, which is one of the only bacon’s I’ve been able to find without nitrates (other than naturally occuring vegetable nitrates) and free-range eggs from D & J’s garden!

I love this dish served with a few steamed potatoes and tomatoes dressed in olive oil, a dash of sugar and chives.  I also love eating it for lunch the next day!

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