pizza, apple trees, and sleep!

What on earth is going on over here?

It was almost 60 degrees outside yesterday! Today was in the 50’s.  It’s December for crying out loud!  Normally I wouldn’t complain about nice weather, but this is just weird.

Look no jacket!

I was so warm pruning apple trees I wished I had on short sleeves.

But the good news is that it has been cooling off enough during the evenings that a fire in the wood stove is necessary.

A fire and some wonderful homemade pizza that is.

Butternut squash, bacon and kale pizza.  One of our favorites!

We enjoyed our pizza with a side of farm fresh salad. (It’s so warm outside that the lettuce is still amazing!)

This pizza recipe is really easy.  Here is all you need.

1 pizza dough.  homemade or store-bought is fine

1 cup butternut squash, peeled, cubed, and boiled until cooked through

1/3 cup goat cheese

3 strips fried bacon

1 cup kale, chopped

olive oil

salt, and pepper

Parmesan cheese, grated

Directions:

Spread butternut squash mixture over pizza dough.  Crumble goat cheese and bacon over the top.  Add the kale and parmesan cheese.  Drizzle with olive oil, salt and pepper.  Bake in a 425 degree oven for 10 minutes.  (oven times and temperatures may vary) Enjoy!

And now I want to go to sleep.  I still haven’t adjusted to the time change.  Have a great evening everyone.

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One Response to pizza, apple trees, and sleep!

  1. Karen Anne says:

    I just ordered some bulbs to plant here in Rhode Island. Good thing some places are still shipping.

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