Patriotic Pizza

I’m easing back on talking about sweets a bit to talk about pizza. In my first post here, I briefly mentioned how my cousin had made a “pizza” for me, as a child. It consisted of a saltine, ketchup, and American cheese. It did not taste good (to be fair, he was a recent Taiwanese immigrant at the time).  As I’ve gotten older, I’ve become more accepting of differently-styled pizzas, and food in general. Once you realize how versatile different ingredients and foods can be, the world opens up just a little bit more, and the kitchen becomes more full of possibilities.

Putting the extra effort into making designs on pizza for your loved ones earns you bonus points. If you have time, you should do it. It’s totally worth it.

Japan Pizza: Tuna on a bed of sushi rice! Mmm.

This lady decided to memorialize her lovely trips with her husband through a series of small pizzas, and even used ingredients inspired by the locations they visited. Check it out here.

Don't burn them - eat them instead!



About Rickie

Just a girl who likes to teach kids, create designs, upcycle, peruse eateries, cook, watch / make / hear music, cuddle with her cats and a bunch of other stuff.
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