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Pizza Dough

This easy pizza dough can be stored in the fridge for almost a week, or frozen to use later.

Yield: 4 10-inch crusts Total time: 6 hours to overnight

Raised Waffles

My genius team realized how easy (and amazing) it was to pull together a waffle bar at work. Some people brought batter, some brought waffle irons, some brought toppings, and they served fresh waffles all morning.

The batter for these yeast-based waffles rises on the counter overnight – in the morning, just beat in the eggs and baking soda, and cook on the waffle iron.

These waffles are light, fluffy, crispy, and delicious.

Yield: 8 waffles Total time: Overnight

Glenda’s Quick Bread

The rewards of this bread are great, considering how simple it is to prepare. This is one of aunt Glenda’s recipes that was featured in her local newspaper.

Yield: 3 to 4 loaves Total time: 2 hours

Pizza Dough

Making your own pizza really is a rewarding experience. It’s not complicated and it doesn’t take any special tools, just a little bit of time, and your toppings can be as creative as you are.

Yield: 2 pizzas Total time: 2 hours

Grilled Pizza

I made this pizza at dusk one 4th of July. Just as the pizzas came off the grill, fireworks lit up the sky on the horizon. Rather than miss the show or let the pizza get cold, we ate it standing up on the edge of the porch.

This pizza really isn’t as complicated as it appears from the detailed instructions. If you’re trying this with a gas grill, light only one side of the grill and cook the pizza on the other side.

Yield: 4 servings Total time: 3 hours

Pissaladière with Ham, Onions, & Olives

This sauceless pizza is delicious topped with olives, Parmesan cheese, and a mixture of sautéed onions, ham, and wine. The homemade crust is worth the effort!

Yield: 6 servings Total time: 2 hours