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Taken In Quartzsite Arizona Dec 7th 2015

Sunday, February 22, 2015

Visit both Mom's and an excellent Cauliflower pizza for supper.

Where are we today ?
      Early this morning I head on down for a nice country drive to Plattsville. Snowy cold and very peace full, great way to clear my mind and enjoy the winter scenery. Chat with the local guys for a bit, keep up with the gossip and solve some more world problems.
       A couple local guys stop in for a coffee and get warmed up, both doing snow removal, Freddie's smaller John Deere (green) and  Shorty's commercial yellow John Deere. They do keep very busy here in the winter.
looks like a snow plow standoff
       Back home we had a bite for lunch then off to Kitchener. Suzie drop her Dad at the hospital to visit her mom and I picked her up and visit my Ma. First time since we have been back, about a month or so ago. She has been in the hospital, rehab centre and back to her retirement home since ,November, operations, in Kitchener, rehab in Guelph and a few lockdowns due to flue viruses. Finally all is clear and we did go have a very nice visit with her this afternoon. Then took Suzie back to pick up her Dad and I  made it home to make a favorite of PIZZA! Yep but with a cauliflower crust. The recipe is right HERE.  
riced cauliflower
ready to pre bake the crust
now to dress it up
whatever you like
         Got it loaded. Turkey keilbossa,  pizza sauce, low fat mozzarella, fresh mushrooms, red peppers, red onions, grape tomatoes chopped up, then on my half Jalapeno peppers and black olives.
         Sure did the trick and yes we ate the whole thing! That was our whole meal nothing else, we don't do desert.
ready to eat
yep was wonderful and very light too
        Another fun, busy day and very rewarding as well.
        Hope you had a good one too and thanks for taking the time to stop on by !
Check out the interactive map below to see where we have been this past Winter.

24 comments:

  1. Great recipe! Just what I have been looking for on my new eating venture! Thanks.

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    1. Your welcome Chris I am sure you will enjoy it.

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  2. I think I'd eat your side...minus the Jalapeno peppers.

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    1. Its all yummy but I do like my olives and Jalapeno's

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  3. I'm going to try that cauliflower pizza... looks delicious!

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    1. Sharon it is wonderful sure worth a try, and less filling than a regular pizza dough.

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  4. I bet there are a lot of pizza restaurants that would be mad at you... ;c)

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    1. I had my own Pizza restaurant for years and think it would be a great addition and of course wheat and gluten free.

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  5. I've been wondering about the cauliflower crust - not sure if would fly with the Wood Clan though…… No dessert! Yikes! :)

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    1. Teresa I think you would be surprised at how good it is I was sceptical at first too, and after making thousands of pizzas in my own restaurant for 10 years was impressed.

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  6. My Aunt Happy's retirement living place got shut down because of colds and flu this winter. But we got to visit her yesterday and everybody seems to have recovered. Glad you were able to solve some of the world's problems.

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    1. There has been a few shutdowns around here but they have appeared to cleared up for now. We solve the problems but nobody seems to listen.

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  7. What an awesome idea for your pizza, going to try this one for sure. Glad you got to finally see your Mom. Hopefully it's not to long before you can enjoy your outdoor walkabouts again, we are watching your spring count down clock and hoping to see some warm weather come your way.

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    1. The walkabouts will be good outdoors for sure.
      No let up yet with the cold weather, hmmm....

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  8. I have seen the recipe before for a cauliflower pizza crust but I have never tried, maybe I will have to one day. I have a great gluten free pizza crust recipe that I use that is easy to make and tastes delicious.

    www.travelwithkevinandruth.com

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    1. I am sure you will love this one too, eat with a fork.
      We both really enjoy it.

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  9. I was hungry for pizza last night but it was too far to walk back to the only pizza place we saw. Maybe we'll save it for tonight. Yours sure looked good.

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    1. We really enjoy this for a nice change.

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  10. I can't for some reason bring up the recipe.

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    1. Sorry Jan, it works for me but I will email it to you.

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  11. Thanks for giving us an update on your Ma. So happy to hear she is doing much better.

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    1. Things are coming around, slow but sure, after all she was 3 months in the hospital.

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