Trisha Yearwood’s Pizza

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9 Responses to Trisha Yearwood’s Pizza

  1. Ellen says:

    Nice Recipe, Joy! copied it, so I will try to make it myself, thanks! Btw. I love your banner! Great picture again!

  2. Laura says:

    CHEDDAR CHEESE????

    blasphemy.

  3. Nikki says:

    Yum! I’ve been wanting to make pizza’s from scratch here at home, individual ones with the kids (when I have my niece also) this one is one I’d make. Thanks!

  4. starlaschat says:

    MMMMMMmmm Piizza I’ll have to check this recipe out Thanks JOy.

  5. Laura says:

    If anyone is like me, and loooooves homemade pizza crust, I like this one:

    http://thepioneerwoman.com/cooking/2010/02/my-favorite-pizza/

    It’s actually a recipe for a full pizza, you can ignore the toppings if you want. But the dough is simple to make (yes, I know I bake bread regularly, but trust me, this recipe is a very VERY easy one. Kneading doesn’t take long, and it’s soothing, stress-busting. Embrace the kneading), and can be stored in the fridge for a while. I’ve left it in there for up to a week, and had it turn out better than the day I made it.

    • Joy says:

      That pizza in that link looks to die for.

      • Karen Joy says:

        Thats how I make my dough but I didnt know you could put it in the fridge!I always time it just right so it can be made and baked on time to eat.Ill have to give that a try,would free me up a bit.Thanx laura.

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