On National Pizza Day, we celebrate a dish that’s all about bringing people together. I should know. I wrote a book about it.
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Starting today at 5 p.m., there will be a world-renowned chef masquerading as a gamer girl.
Gamer-streaming site Twitch has announced that it will stream all 200+ episodes of The French Chef, officially expanding its reach (like so many others) in to content offerings.
I found this little nugget to be a GREAT excuse to launch Teaser Tuesday, where I’ll tease portions of my books across all my sites.
Why is this relevant to Pizza for Good? Glad you asked.
Chapter Nine of PFG features “Only Child,” my French interpretation of Chicken Piccata. The recipe will blow your mind with its level of flavor. You can use it to wow dinner guests, or slap it on a pizza and make some money for charity. Whatever you wish.
I paid homage to Julia Child in other ways, too. Check out the full recipe on “Only Child II: Gorgeous Gougéres,” which can double as a party treat.
Now, because we can: here’s Julia Child Remixed, courtesy of PBS Digital Studios:
Jump over and buy Pizza for Good today! For the recipes, or to support your community.
All week I’ve been blogging about creative ways to make pizza at home for Super Bowl 50. Here’s one last tip: pizza bagels are super easy for parties and delicious to eat.
I dropped by Emerald City Bagels‘ pop-up shop in Cabbagetown and got a bunch of fresh NY-style bagels for my PizzaAtHome meal tonight.
I’ll post the toppings recipes tomorrow. The names are Peyton, Cam, Gronk and The Kicker. all different, all delicious!
Emerald City = highly recommended