how to make pizza on the grill (or campfire) 3

We’ve perfected this process now, so here it is for your outdoor enjoyment! 1) Make the dough. The recipe is here, but I’ll recap because it’s so simple: Mix 3 cups flour, 1 tablespoon baking soda, and 1/2 teaspoon of salt in a bowl. Pour in a 12-oz bottle of beer (the more flavorful the beer, the better). Mix til ...

yum.

I missed cooking Indian food. There’s something about the intense mise en place that gets me. Plus, you know, the deliciousness. And the fact that they’re good at vegetarian. Just making the dishes is very appealing. Also, you can make bread right on the burner. I need to find the cookbook I used to use, because it had the best ...

two-steppin’.

Matt did an excellent job of summing up our trip to Watertown (and many other Christmas celebrations) already. It’s not that I was waiting for him to do the hard work, really, it just took me two days to edit all the photos. I may already be regretting my resolution to take more pictures. (Some of them were really worth ...

beer pizza!

I’ve been meaning to post this for some time, because people always ask about it. Matt found it in a weird vegetarian cookbook a while ago, and we’ve used it a ton since then. It’s a super-easy pizza dough, and using a beer with good flavor (not necessarily a good beer… we used the Killian’s we don’t like) makes it ...