15 minutes of fame?? and finally a pizza

Once upon a time there was a girl, she liked to cook. Last fall she created a DVD demonstrating her idea for a cooking show. It was fabulous and fresh, and the demo made it out of the mail box but not onto the network.

Ah, too bad.

Well, there is another opportunity. This time I will switch up the style and have a slightly different theme. I am open to ideas if anyone wants to weigh in. Last time I had a “use stuff from your garden” type theme. This time will most certainly include how to be a cook and eat gluten free and not realize it. I will work on figuring out how to take something that you enjoyed eating and cooking your whole life (with gluten) and turn it into a gluten free delish dish (gluten free double D).

For example, pizza. I am still looking for the dough that makes me happy. So until then, I will do what I did tonight. I mostly like pizza toppings, so I took a pie pan and spread some sauce in the bottom (homemade sauce of course) and then placed my pepperoni on the sauce, a layer of mozzarella and some thinly sliced onions on top. Baked it at 400 until it was golden brown and then lifted/poured it onto a plate and ate it with a fork. Finally a pizza I liked. Simple. Crustless.

Or maybe I won’t submit a new DVD and be happy. I am already happy. Life is pretty good right now. What do I have to lose? What do I have to gain? I think I just won’t answer those questions.

Maybe I will think on it over the weekend. I need to think about what I will cook in my 3 minute video. I need a new name for my potential show. Last time it was…..you guessed it…Fresh Ginger. Guess I have decided. Afterall, it will be fun.

i’m out

2 thoughts on “15 minutes of fame?? and finally a pizza

  1. I randomly found your blog today and enjoyed reading a chunk of it very much. I am hoping to learn something about gardening but I have no idea where to start. It seems overwelming. Soil types? Plant names? I just wanna eat. I was thinking I might start with an herb garden. Any books you can suggest? Thanks!Fat Dancer

  2. Unfortunately I learned all gardening via trial and error. Herbs are a good place to start as most are hardy and hard to kill with bad gardening skills. I am an awful gardener. I never fertilize and hate weeding. I haven’t even tested my soil to see what it needs and I work with soil testing all the time.If you really want info and want it cheap call your local extension office (affiliated with all land grant colleges in each state) and they have loads of brochures and tips.Start with herbs you usually cook with and add a couple that you always hear about but never try. That is how I ended up with Tarragon, which I love to put into homemade salad dressings.All else fails, zucchini is hard to not grow well. Thanks for checking out my blog!

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