Pizza #21: Michigan

If any of you are really paying attention to the order of states, you’ll realize we just skipped Massachusetts   I hope this doesn’t throw you off too much, but we have our reasons.  Aaand, we’ll pick it up eventually, just be patient, 😉2013-05-03 17.19.49-1In the meantime, let me tell you about this week’s pizza from Michigan.  This Naples Sampler is similar to our last pizza from Maryland, providing multiple topping combinations to suit your different tastes. However, this time, we get four different options instead of just three.  Oooh Yeah…Moving up in the world!!

Here are our four combinations, all of which are on top of Red Pizza Sauce.

*Mozzarella Cheese + One topping of choice {we used Black Olives}

*Mozzarella, Fresh Tomato, Garlic, and Basil

*Mozzarella, Spinach, and Garlic

*Fresh Mozzarella2013-05-03 16.58.08-1I sure hope you all like Mozzarella and Garlic, 😉

Of course we used Tommy’s Sauce, and then followed suit with the rest of the toppings.2013-05-03 17.04.23The result: crispy, chewy crust, oozing with cheese and flavor.2013-05-03 17.19.49I really can’t say which part was my favorite, but by the looks of things, the tomato was everyone’s least favorite. Oops!

2013-05-03 17.48.04Regardless, this was another delicious pizza that YOU should try for yourself!!


Naples Sampler


Homemade Pizza Crust


Tommy’s Sauce


1/4– Fresh Mozzarella + Black Olives {sliced}

1/4– Fresh Mozzarella, Fresh Tomato {sliced}, Garlic {sauteed}, Fresh Basil

1/4– Fresh Mozzarella, Fresh Spinach {chopped}, Garlic {sauteed}

1/4– Fresh Mozzarella

Bake at 450 degrees F for 15-20 minutes until crust is golden brown.

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