|Here's the "done" picture right up front. |
Can't figure out how to arrange the pics,
so it's a spoiler!
When it's "Pizza Rustica" of course!
When I saw what we were making this week, I envisioned some sort of free-form crust with Margherita-like toppings, but this is what I call quiche. After a little research (my default position on anything odd), it has become apparent that Pizza Rustica is a totally traditional and beloved Italian dish. Seriously, the things I'm learning from this project! So, on with the cooking. The recipe can be found here or here, and links to other bloggers in the group are here. Oh, and I loved it! I read that some people thought it was "bland" or that the crust was too sweet, but for me it was perfect. Maybe there's something wrong with my tastebuds...
|Easy processor dough|
|The filling. Hate to admit it, but up til now|
I've been a prosciutto virgin.
|Rolling along. That dough scraper has changed my life.|
|Ready for the oven. Tossed the scraps with a little|
cinnamon and sugar.
Love me a cook's treat!
|OK, so I dropped|
a little cheese...
Since it's Holy Week, I thought a flip-flop spotted in the church parking lot would be appropriate for this week's shoe
|You can always tell it's spring in Atlanta when you start|
to see flip-flops. That's my friend Merle who saw it first!