I was thankful for the free meal, but I would probably not choose to eat at this restaurant again. I am a pizza snob; I don't typically crave it, but if I do, I want it to be loaded down with delicious toppings.
I realize that I may come off as a bit pretentious by saying this, but after my latest creation in the kitchen, I don't know if I can ever look at pizza the same. So let's talk about a pizza that leaves me truly satisfied. Beware, this could cause you to have greater expectations out of the pizza you consume in the future.
Whole wheat crust
3/4 c. Pesto sauce
1/2 c. Mushrooms
2 thinly-sliced Roma Tomatoes
1/4 c. Artichoke Hearts
2 sliced Green Onions
1/2 c. Mozerrella Cheese
2 tbsp Parmesan Cheese
Prepare whole wheat crust as desired. Generously spread pesto sauce onto crust. Place a layer of sliced tomatoes on top of sauce. Follow with layers of sliced mushrooms and artichoke hearts. Sprinkle with mozzerella cheese. Bake at 375 for 15-20 minutes, or until bubbly. Remove from oven and sprinkle with chopped green onions and parmesan cheese.
If I could eat this everyday for a week, I'd be happy.
How do you like your pizza? Homemade or from a restaurant?
I prefer homemade pizza with a thin crust, a moderate amount of sauce, and lots of veggie toppings!