If you are in the Boston area, or I’ve just heard the Sydney, Australia area: you are in luck.
You have access to some of the best bread in the world. Iggy’s bread, my favorite, also makes a par baked pizza crust that is fantastic. In white or wheat this makes pizza on the grill a dream.
A couple of ones I’ve tried lately:
1. Greek Yogurt as sauce with some cracked pepper and sea salt, fresh pineapple and grilled hot wax hungarian peppers, fresh mozzarella and goat cheese, topped with a sprinkle of sliced basil.
2. Mayo as sauce (don’t laugh), jalapeno slices, grated mozzarella, bacon, and tomato slices fried in bacon fat. Grill until cheese is melting, then make two indents with a spoon and crack to eggs into the indents.
Grill about 7 more minutes and then run a knife through the yolk so it runs over pizza before serving.
Everything is better with bacon, but this flatbread was…oouch so good.
So funny,Iggy’s was right around the corner from us in Bronte,yummo,most days they would sell out by 10am,hey do you use the dishwasher for sterilizing or water bath?
Can’t wait to see you in December x
I boil my jars and lids as the jam is finishing, then use the same boiling water for the finishing water bath. (5 minutes here, depends on your altitude) I’m also doing 24-30 jars at a time. For smaller batches I’ve used the microwave with the jar filled with water and then poured the water over the lids in a metal bowl.