“Triple Threat” and “Tomato Throwdown” End-of-Summer Pizzas

Saturday, August 31st, 2013

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Late August/early September is usually the point at which I find myself overwhelmed by the pints and quarts and sometimes gallons of tomatoes spilling out of my garden herunterladen. 2013 – despite my lackluster record of plant care – has been no exception. Last year I made and froze a ton of tomato sauce – but since freezer space is at a premium this year (ugh so morbid nachricht und bilder herunterladen!), that isn’t really an option. And so I’ve basically been eating them on everything: pizza, pasta, salad, sandwiches, as side and snacks, you name it windows 7 sprachpaket englisch herunterladen.

Which brings me to the “Triple Threat” and “Tomato Throwdown” End-of-Summer Pizzas, which were last weekend’s attempt at using as many tomatoes as possible psn-code-hack herunterladen. Spoiler alert: the final tally was seven cups of tomatoes on two pizzas. Mission accomplished.

The “Triple Threat” pizza is actually rather light on fresh tomatoes (one to one and a half cups; my original goal of two cups was overreaching) – but the sundried tomatoes, red sauce, and (optional) tomato powder-infused crust make it extra-tomato-y minecraft kostenlos herunterladen ios. (Hmmm, maybe I should have named it the Quadruple Threat? Imma go out a limb here and guess that most of you don’t have tomato powder on hand, though, making Triple Threat the safer bet.) Of course you can also make your own pizza sauce for maximum impact (or swap out the store-bought sundried tomatoes for oven-roasted ones); I just ran out of time and stovetop space thunderbird nicht alle mails herunterladen.

Also making an appearance here, and for the first time ever on this blog: Trader Joe’s Mozzarella-Style Shreds. I had some left over from an upcoming VeganMoFo dish, and in the spirit of emptying the fridge, tossed the rest of the bag on the pizza n-id zertifikat herunterladen. Be careful – not all of TJ’s soy cheeses are vegan (boo!), so read those labels carefully.

In a surprise upset, the cheeseless “Tomato Throwdown” pizza proved my favorite of the two ringtones for free nokia. The sauce is so amazing that additional toppings would just be so much noise. Shane said it best: “There’s just so much going on here. SO MANY FLAVORS!” And no less than six cups of tomatoes, yo probleme beimen.

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