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During the Summer, I not only love to make grilled bread, but I also immensely enjoy grilled pizza. The smokiness of the grill creates a crunchy, charred crust that is deliciously addictive. Depending on the toppings, sometimes I'll cook the whole thing on the grill, and other times I'll finish in the oven, as is the case with this recipe.This pizza makes a great start for a dinner party because the ingredients — grated fontina cheese, hot Italian sausage, and grilled red peppers and onions — can be prepared in advance. When guests arrive, simply pop in the oven and bake until the cheese is melted. It's a seriously scrumptious pie. You won't be disappointed with the recipe, so get it now.
To start your weekend with this dish, get the recipe after the jump.
Don't believe me? Then give this recipe a try. It proves that a few basic components — potatoes, onions, carrots, and sausages — can come together to create a satisfying dish. There's no fuss, no heavy chopping, and no complications in this recipe, so check it out now and read more
The perfect place to start? A simple, yet flavorful Cajun stew of andouille sausage, veggies, and Great Northern beans that requires no soaking whatsoever.
Just pop it into the slow cooker, wait four and a half hours, and serve! I'll enjoy it with some dirty rice and sautéed greens. Interested? Then keep reading.
The only problem with these nachos is that it's hard to stop eating them. I devoured my entire plate and then went back for seconds. If you have the time, I highly recommend serving them with homemade salsa. I used the Pioneer Woman's chunky variation and it took these nachos to a whole new level. To serve them at your Super Bowl bash, get the recipe and read more