Mmmmlllaaaasooooogoood. Oh mi scusi, my mouth was full of pizza. The kind of pizza that makes you wish rock music was still good – like back when System of a Down was still together – so you could sing Pizza Pie in your most intensest System of a Down voice. It’s an intense pizza, calling for an intense song.
You know what else is intense? Camping. Get it?? In tents…intense…camping is IN tents (also intense, especially when you end up eating ants off your s’mores marshmallow) ?? OH that joke never gets old!
I’ve lost you.
Cooooome back, come on back to me. Let’s reel it in. With cookbook #2 well underway, I’ve been cooking up a kale storm. Bless me father, for I have been eating kale three times a day. suuuuriously.
If you’ve been following my social media banter, you already know that my editor and I were having the darndest time naming my kale cookbook. I reached out to you folks on facebook to get your thoughts and you came up with some excellent titles! In general, you guys got a hoot out of replacing “hell” with “kale” which really tickled me pink.
Out of a Saturday morning fit of brilliance, a fellow blogger came up with the title. So lo and behold, here she be: Give em’ Kale! Simple and Delicious Recipes for Everyone’s Favorite Superfood. The title couldn’t be more fitting, IMO (did you catch that? it means “in my opinon”…winky face. So intense). Every time I say, “Give ‘em Kale!” out loud (sometimes to an empty room), I inadvertently fist pump the ceiling. Titles that come with fist pumps are grrrrrreat!
Thank you to everyone who weighed in on the title decision-making! I enjoyed your feedback and love having you as part of this kale-cooking, fist-pumping process.
And now the pizza! For the sauce, I used a super duper secret (to-be-released with Give ‘em Kale! [fist pump]) kale pesto, but the kale pesto recipe I posted on Food Fanatic will do ya too! I short-cutted the crust by using Bob’s Red Mill’s Gluten-Free Pizza Crust Mix, but you can also make the gluten-free pizza dough that I used in my Carnitas Taco Pizza recipe. Or you can make any pizza dough you fancy. That works too.
What counts is you’re making pizza, and it’s going to be good. PIZZA PIE!
Want more gluten-free pizza pie? Doooo it!