It was better last time, sadly. But, I did make my own crust this time, using an amazingly easy recipe out of this Sara Moulton cookbook. She’s my hero. Well, she was my hero before because I’d worship anyone who was or is or might be on the Food Network, but I like her even more now because the pizza crust recipe was really good and very easy to work with it.
Oh yeah, and I’m back on the cheese. This was a celebration.
Anyway, I’d post the recipe, but it wasn’t that good (I used refried black beans this time, and we didn’t have any cilantro) so refer to the last one if you want good Mexican pizza and not just okay Mexican pizza.
The rest of my life has been rather hectic and I’m sorry but I just haven’t had time to post as much as I used to. I have been doing things like working and eating Sun Chips. But I did find some time to catch up on The Hills with Jack the other day:
I know our apartment is a mess in this picture, but check out how enthralled he is. He hates that Spencer Pratt as much as the next guy.
And, let’s see, what else? Chris and I are staying in New York for Thanksgiving because it’s too much trouble to do anything else. We are going over to a friend’s house and I promised I would make an apple pie and crab dip. For the crab dip I plan on incorporating lots of things like cheese and mayonnaise (Mom, can you send me that recipe with the cheese and the mayonnaise?) but I am supposed to make the apple pie vegan and I’m a little stumped because as far as I know, butter is what makes pie crust so good. So if you have a good vegan apple pie recipe, and you’d like to send it my way, I would love to steal it. I promise to show pictures of the final product.