Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Kitchen Revival // Guest Post from The Hip Hurrah

My best friend Stacy of The Hip Hurrah was so kind as to contribute to Kitchen Revival today! Stacy moved from AZ to the east coast a couple of years ago and currently resides in a hip little place called Brooklyn. While there she is living it up and diving head first into the eating scene by both dining at all the best hidden gems Brooklyn has to offer, and cooking all sorts of fun recipes she creates. Here is a peek at her Thyme Herbed Pizza Crust topped with shaved parmesan, kale, and sliced blue potatoes with a fried egg thrown in for a Grand Finale!

"One of my favorite things about pizza is that it is literally a blank canvas that offers endless possibilities. Change up the crust flavoring, the sauce, and the toppings; and you could honestly eat a different pizza every day. I love coming up with unexpected combinations that offer the eater a variety of tastes and textures."

I honestly want to make one of these for breakfast tomorrow morning. Too weird? To make your own just add fresh thyme to your favorite pizza dough recipe {mine is Chris Bianco's}, roll out and drizzle with Olive Oil and crushed fresh garlic. layer the thinly sliced blue potatoes on top, followed by the parmesan and fresh kale. Salt & pepper and pop in a 475 oven until cheese is nicely melted and crust is cooked through. Once our top with your pan fried egg and it's Bon Appettit!

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