Thursday, January 7, 2010

Pheasant/Gouda Pizza and Beet Pizza

I have made a pattern of posting the new and innovative pizzas we make at our house on pizza night. All you need is a pizza stone, a 550 degree (or more) oven, pizza dough (recipe here) and your toppings of choice. My origional

We made Pizzas on New Years Eve Night. Some yummy combinations were made with our houseful of about 15. There were two standouts of the night that I would like to share with you.

The first is the boys pizza, compliments of Uncle Luke who brought up two freshly shot pheasant which we promptly smoked and snacked on all weekend. Who would have thought of pheasant as a pizza topping? Better yet, who would have topped it with shredded Gouda that had been aged 4 years. Mmmmm mmmm good! Here's two pics of the wonderment.

The first round

The second round. (which I of course made sure had extra Gouda on it)

And then there was my pizza, which was of course vegetarian. ON this pizza is fresh mozzarella, thingly sliced potatoes, a few slices of banana peppers, a sprinkle or two of Feta, and generous amounts of Beet Marmalade (compliments of Angelica's Kitchen cookbook). it was beautiful and a hit.

1 comment:

Food for Hunters said...

Looks tasty! Here's our version of Pheasant Pizza: