Monday, December 22, 2008

An Early Celebration


Yesterday we celebrated Christmas/Solstice with Mike's family in our usual tradition: 
With Pizza!

Every year we make way too much pizza topped with all the toppings that we usually try not to splurge on (artichoke hearts, roasted peppers, 3 kinds of olives, etc.).  We had 8 people at our gathering and we made 5 pizzas...You do the math.

How do we keep things vegan in an omni kitchen?  Mike's mom had the super smart idea to label her big wooden cutting board with a vegan side and a meat side!  See the fuzzy picture below:

That's veggie side up with 2 kinds of olives and veggie pepperoni.  Mike and I shared a gluten free pizza this year  (Last year I accidentally left the GF free crust at home on accident).  Usually the crust is perfect, but I must have done something different this time because it stuck to the pan like crazy.  Luckily, with all these toppings, it tasted just fine- Even if it was the ugliest pizza!

Trouble cat was being super duper cute yesterday (begging for some of grandma's gluten free sugar cookies, maybe?).  This is her peeking out of the big pickling crock.  



8 comments:

Tara said...

That pizza looks delicious, and the kitty is adorable!

Becks - Not a Rabbit. said...

Yummy looking pizza, and beautiful cat in a pot!

allularpunk said...

CUTE kitty! and the pizza doesn't look half bad, either ;) happy holidays!

GEORGE ALAN FRAMPTON said...

Hmmm. The pizza looks good - my favourite toppings, too.

Trouble cat is so beautiful.

Valerie

Melisser; the Urban Housewife said...

Aww, pizza party! I've been wanting to make GF pizza, I'm sorry yours had a little accident!

herbivore said...

Pizza is the only thing to eat for christmas,really. We always make calazones. Mmm.

ŀĀŘ¡ŝ∫Á said...

your kitty is so cute!

Liz² said...

pizza for christmas, that's genius! Less stress, and about a billion more toppings... I may have to try this next year.