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When it comes to making homemade pizza crust, this gal doesn’t mess around.
I’ve been around the block. This ain’t my first rodeo. Pizza crust and I are likethis. You get the idea – if I find a new recipe for homemade pizza crust, it’d better be good.
So you can imagine when I discovered this Garlic Bread Pizza Crust (adapted from How Sweet It Is) for the first time, I was a bit skeptical that it would be any better than other crusts I’ve made in the past. But people – Oh. My. Goodness. This one knocked my socks off. It was the bee’s knees. It totally floats my boat (I’m trying to fit in as many idioms into this post as possible. How am I doing so far?).
You see, there are two things I love to eat more than most things in the world: Pizza and garlic bread. If these two things were their own food groups, I’d be super-duper healthy. I would freaking own the food pyramid. My point is, I have a serious food crush on pizza and garlic bread (and carbs, apparently). So when mine eyes were first laid upon this particular recipes that COMBINES THE TWO, I was utterly bewitched, body and soul, all Mr. Darcy-style.
This pizza crust is a food revelation. Who knew two wonders of the world could be mixed into one glorious, delicious recipe? I mean, it totally makes sense though, right? Garlic and cheese, cheese and butter, butter and bread… dear me. It’s an everyday miracle. A lot like when you find a dollar on the ground, or when the person in front of you pays for your coffee, or when you get a random card in the mail from an old friend. These are the things that make us surprisingly happy. That, and carbs.
Let’s just put it this way: If I could give this pizza a hug, I would. And I’d give you a hug, too, if you made it. And then I’d probably invite myself over to your home and eat it for dinner with you. So, you know, just let me know what time to come over. Kthanksbye.