One of the greatest things about gardening is eating fresh ingredients grown with our own hands. This is a traditional Roman pizza, which is actually four pizzas in one, and yes that's an egg on one quarter.
I got the idea after watching TV chef Jamie Oliver make one.
It's very easy to make, and this one was done on the grill. If you like to make your own dough, you can either use a bread machine or mix by hand. I used a recipe off the back of a Pillsbury flower bag.
After spreading the dough out, trim a little from the outside and criss cross the pieces over the top to separate the pie into four sections.
After that it's a free for all of fresh veggies. Each section can be a different pizza.
This one has red sauce, garlic, basil, arugula, olives, hot dried Italian meats, you're only limited by your imagination. The egg came from our chickens and it was a leap of faith, but after being cooked, it was wonderful.
I preheat a pizza stone and then put the assembled pizza on the stone, then onto the grill with indirect heat and watch it carefully. The pizza bakes quickly in a hot grill and tastes like a pizza should.
After working all season growing great vegetables, don't let them go to waste, enjoy them fresh every day.
Harvest in the morning, before the heat of the day for the best taste.
Fresh, simple ingredients can often make the most incredible meals. Only gardeners can pick a vegetable and have it on the table in minutes. Just one reason the garden is wonderful.