Tomato week has been such a blast and has conjured up so many summertime memories for our crew.
We have found some great items to go with your garden’s bounty.
How about doing pizza on the grill? We love this pizza stone, it has a heavy stainless steal frame and makes the pie easier to transfer. So what are the benefits of a pizza stone? It helps the dough cook more evenly and draws out the moisture which results in a crisper crust. A great tool for your indoor or outdoor kitchen.
Good quality flour should be a staple in every well equipped pantry, we love the products from Hayden Flour Mills and their pizza flour is a special treat . Local heritage grains stone milled here in sunny Arizona, made from hard white wheat and white sonora wheat.
We have given you a plethora of tomato recipes but thought you just might want a few more to add to your literary collection. This book from Chronicle Books is not just pretty to look at it is also packed with some quick recipes. We are thrilled to have this in our cookbook library.
You might like to try your hand at growing tomatoes in your own backyard patch and heirlooms are the way to go. The flavor and colors of these little gems will look delicious on your pizza. There are so many to choose from, we found some good ones to get you started on Etsy.
$3.75 and up
We can’t leave out another local favorite for us, Olive Oil and Balsamic Vinegar from Queen Creek Olive Mill. Hand crafted and high quality flavored olive oils and vinegars, made from the only working olive mill in our state. Great for baking as well as drizzling over fresh produce, dips and marinades. The Balsamic Vinegar is a winning combination drizzled with a couple grinds of black pepper.
Starting at $11.00
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