So chuffed to be chosen the UK winner of your Pizza Day competition, doubly so when this vast array of ‘meats’ and ‘cheese’ arrived from the Redwood Co.
Got so much stuff I don’t know where to start!
Actually, there’s only one place to go isn’t there… Pizza!!! :o) Keep an eye out for future creations, of which there will be many, and thanks again FuckYeah and the Redwood Co for the generous prize. I’m gonna be eatin’ like a king for weeks, lol.
[From the winner of our UK giveaway!
Pizza party at Keith’s place!!! - ed.]
This is the traditional cheese on the bottom, thick cornmeal dusted crust, bubbling hot garlicy tomato sauce, slightly charred Parmesan cheese topped, spinach pizza from which all deep dish pizzas descend from. Made with of Kaas Soy Mozzarella and Galaxy Vegan Parmesan this pizza has evolved. It is as close as one can get to the Traditional Chicago Style Pizza without being in the Windy City, of course finding a vegan version in “The Hog Butcher to The World” is close to impossible. This one was made on Vashon Island, WA and was made to cheer up my sweetheart who was having a bad day.
[That is one giant pizza, James! I don’t suppose you need some help eating it, hmmm? - ed.]
My wife was confused by my proposed rosé sauce for our final pizza, but in the end she says it was her favorite! I’m calling it a vegan primavera pizza.
We made the rosé sauce by mixing together plain tofutti better than cream cheese with our roasted red pepper tomato sauce and some extra garlic. It was so good we kept the extra and to dip our crusts in. Yum! We topped it with oven-roasted red peppers, sautéed broccoli and vegan parm.
Canadian pizza deliciousness.
[…for the recipe, that is! - ed.]
Pizza number 2 tasted surprisingly like pizza hut. yum!
homemade crust brushed with olive oil and topped with a roasted red pepper and garlic tomato sauce, artichoke hearts, oven-roasted red peppers, kalamata olives (that we had previously marinated with lemon zest, garlic and hot peppers) and smothered in delicious melty daiya italian style shreds.
dinner’s ready in Montreal, CA!
[Yes please and thank you. - ed.]
Thai Curry Pizza - The sauce is my homemade curry w/ coconut milk (tastes amazing!), topped with daiya, bell peppers & sriracha.
[IT LOOKS AMAZING! Thanks again for sharing, Cherry! - ed.]
Bonjour from Canada! The wife and I made three delicious vegan pizzas this weekend. All three started with our delicious homemade vegan crust and were baked on a pizza stone (thanks mom!).
Here’s the first scrumptious pizza:
For this one, we caramelized some onions in a pan with olive oil, s&p and a bit of sweetener. Then we spread it on the crust and topped it with finely chopped sundried tomatoes, slices artichoke hearts and toasted pine nuts. Fancy!
Even our kitty wanted a slice:
[OUR 100TH SUBMISSION! WE DID IT! WE BROKE 100!
My happy dance, you’re looking at it.*
& for bonus awesomeness, there’s even a pizza cat! - ed.]
Homemade crust w/ san marzano tomato sauce, daiya, vegan chipotle sausage, bell peppers, onions, hot sauce, jalapenos, and avocado. My boo’s favorite :D
[From Cherry! - ed.]