Wednesday, December 28, 2011

New Year's Eve Pizzas 2011

New Year's Eve pizzas are a family tradition from my Italian maternal grandfather. I've been making them for my family for the past 12 years. I usually make about 60 of these using about 10 lbs of pizza dough for friends and family. This year I split it up into two smaller batches. I made one tonight and I'll make the second over the weekend. Click here for last year's post.
Here is the year before, which lists the recipe.

I'm thinking about doing a little cooking show on my blog about my trial and error cooking. What should I call the show?

For dessert my friend Elizabeth who can make beautiful things out of chocolate, brought over her famous homemade chocolate house. This is what it looked like before the kids demolished it:

Happy New Year!


Anonymous said...

Loren, I can't see it b/c the video is listed as private. Change the setting. -P

Loren Christie said...

Oops, thanks. Had trouble uploading the video from the camera directly to Blogger or I wouldn't have used YouTube.

Putz said...

this is the elizabeth that both bob b and me have issues with, right????

Loren Christie said...

Be careful, Mr. Putz. You're talking about one of my closest friends. Don't know what issues you are talking about and I hope I don't have to meet you at the bridge for a fight after school.

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