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Recipe | Grilled Peach & Prosciutto Pizza

When I was in Texas visiting my bestie, we spent one evening doing something we have ALWAYS enjoyed together: the making and photographing of pretty food. For as long as I have known this girl we have both been obsessed with kitchen experiments, pretty food, fresh ingredients, eating... and food photography.  I was laughing to myself as we played around taking photos of this pizza, because I thought "Who else in the world would happily let me take photos of a pizza to the point it's lukewarm by the time we eat it?" ;-) But don't worry, there was another one on the grill. And it tasted amazing at any and all temperatures it was consumed. And the memory of giggling and playing with our food for this "shoot" was worth it! LOVE YOU K!      If you are looking for something interesting to make on one of your last summer cookouts, behold: Grilled Peach & Prosciutto Pizza  It's got an all-star cast of really interesting ingredients that are

Easy Method for Grilling Pizza

  Ahhhhh summer. The perfect time to grill pizza and consume it leisurely outside surrounded by family and friends!     Not only is it safe to say that grilled pizza is my favorite summer food, there's also the fact that pizza is my favorite food in general. So this is a post that has a sprinkling of tips for perfect grilled pizza, but mostly it's a love letter to the best food on the planet. In my humble opinion of course! (Apologies in advance if you're reading this on an empty tummy... #becausepizzanomnom)     So round up your favorite topping and helpers and get prepping.  DON'T start the grill, yet. For pizza, you only need the grill on low and getting the pizza ready takes time. So I usually wait till I'm over halfway done with food prep before I fire up the grill. For this particular pizza night at Grandma and Grandpa's, we made pesto pizza (pesto, tomatoes, and mozz) and regular old pepperoni

Recipe | Very Berry Rainbow Salad

{Alright you know how this works but just a reminder, any amazon links you see in this post are affiliate links. By clicking on them, you help me bring home some more bacon, at no extra cost to you! You don’t even have to buy what I’m blathering on about, but if you buy anything at all, you are helping support this blog and this business. THANK YOU!}     It could be the fact that Spring is kinda-sorta-maybe coming... or it could be the fact that I spent all Winter eating pasta. But whatever the reason, I'm really craving salads right now. This is the only salad my girls will eat. And by "eat" I don't mean "gobble up and ask for seconds"... I mean "have a few bites, mostly berries, sometimes tomatoes and feta."     The stars of the Very Berry Rainbow Salad are the berries, of course. But the other key players are cucumbers, tomatoes, almonds, feta cheese, and chicken (optional.) (Um don't forget the lettuce. Just