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The It's Not DiGoirno...... OR Delivery, It's Actually Good Pizza Recipe - All The Single Girlfriends

The It’s Not DiGoirno…… OR Delivery, It’s Actually Good Pizza Recipe

Easy, Fast, And Everyone Including You Will Love It!

Feb 12, 2011 by

"homemade pizza"I used to watch cable news incessantly…maybe obsessively.  It started with the 9/11 attack and continued until I finally decided that The Food Network was actually a lot more fair and balanced. It also had added benefits. There was an endless array of new recipes to try that for the most part all seemed to get rave reviews from the two food critics that live with me, my two sons.

So thanks Bobby, Paula, Guy, Alton, et al….when we are hungry, we know one of you will have the solution. And one of the most popular solutions to hunger around here is pizza. Unfortunately, the delivery choices are mostly the chains and we don’t even have to discuss DiGoirno do we? But the problem with homemade pizza has always been time and at least for me, lack of consistency….time to knead the dough, time for the dough to rise, and then time to start over when it didn’t seem to do what it was supposed to do.

But, late one night my older son said he was starving and really in the mood for pizza. I said well, go The Food Network and see if you can find a quick and easy pizza dough recipe and we can check it out. Total success! A search for quick and easy turned up Basic Pizza Dough from Emeril:


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7 Comments

  1. It’s a winner…in fact I may have inspired myself into a Valentine’s pizza for my son and me to have tonight.

  2. Umm…what’s wrong with DiGoirno??? LOL At our house, we use Bobli. It’s a tasty crust all ready for cooking so all you have to do is add your own toppings and cook at 400 degrees for 15 minutes. Delicious!

  3. Thanks for the recipe! My brother used to make pizza from scratch and it used to take hours. I’m definitely going to try this…..and send the recipe along to him! – SerenaK

  4. Mmmmmm….Boston pizza! This recipe can’t compete with that but if the choice is the grocery store, Pizza Hut or Dominos this wins by miles. Face down those fears…and add some of your cranberry chocolate cookies just to make sure!

  5. Marianne –

    One of my most favorite memories is eating pizza with my Dad in Boston’s North End. However, btw you and me I’ve always had a “fear of making dough” but if this recipe is as simple as you say, and you’ve had good luck with it, I’m ready to face down those fears!

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