Gather: The Art of Paleo Entertaining – Pizza Margherita


Welp, they’ve done it again. My amazing friends Bill & Hayley, of The Food Lover’s Kitchen and “Make It Paleo” fame, have created another unbelievable masterpiece that will for sure be an absolute must-have in every Paleo chef’s kitchen from here on out. These two don’t miss a thing, and have made all  of our lives easier for when we want to entertain while still keeping things paleo. Personally I LOVE cooking for my friends, and would do it every day of the week if I could. But I know that for some people, cooking for others is super stressful, especially when trying to stick to whole foods or accommodating food allergies and sensitivities.

This book is broken down into the four seasons and each has upwards of 25 recipes! Within each season they have designed some of the most creative, complete entertaining menus you will ever find. From simple and fun, friendly gatherings like “Takeout Fake-out” and “Birthday Celebration,” to more elaborate festivities like “A Night in Tuscany” and “Thanksgiving Feast,” you won’t have any trouble finding the perfect plan for your next get-together.


I really love how Bill & Hayley even included a “Shopping and Preparation” section for each gathering. They give advice on creating the perfect ambiance to match the theme of the menu, plus how to plan out shopping for supplies and what dishes can be made ahead of time so you can spend more time hanging out with your guests (instead of stressing out in the kitchen while everyone else is having fun).

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My favorite menu plan is the Takeout Fake-out. In my former fat kid pre-paleo days, I was a pretty big fan of Chinese food (mainly because I never cooked for myself and we all know how addictive and delicious that stuff is… MSG, yum!).  So when I saw a recipe for “General Tso’s Chicken,” I may or may not have freaked out a little and immediately ran to the kitchen to try it out. Well we all know how this story ends: the flavors are seriously spot-on and I was so pumped that the “breading” was thick and flavorful just like I’d hoped it would be. Follow the recipe directions people and The Food Lover’s Kitchen won’t steer you wrong!  I was so excited about writing about this book, I forgot to mention where you can buy it.  Have no fear, you can click on any of the photos which will link you to the book, or you can click right HERE.


Just in case I was not clear enough above, of the fact that you  MUST buy this book right now, I will leave you with another one of their AMAZING recipes from their Book.  A gorgeous Pizza Margherita.
Pizza Margherita

Recipe Taken from the new amazing book Gather: The art of Paleo Entertaining.  You can get it HERE.

4.5 from 83 reviews
Pizza Margherita
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Serves: 6
  • 2 cups blanched almond flour
  • 1/2 cup arrowroot flour
  • 2 teaspoons gluten-free baking powder
  • 1 teaspoon salt
  • 1 teaspoon black pepper
  • 2 teaspoons dried oregano
  • 1 teaspoon dried basil
  • 1 teaspoon dried marjoram
  • 1 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 1 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 cup coconut oil, melted
  • 2 eggs
  • 1/2 cup buffalo mozzarella
  • 1 medium tomato, thinly sliced
  • 10 basil leaves
  1. Preheat your oven to 325 degrees Fahrenheit (163 Celsius)
  2. In a large mixing bowl, combine your almond flour, arrowroot flour, baking powder, salt, black pepper, oregano, basil, marjoram, garlic powder, onion powder, coconut oil, and eggs
  3. Mix thoroughly until a dough forms
  4. Roll the dough into a ball, and place it on a parchment-lined baking sheet
  5. Flatten the dough to a consistent thickness of 1/4-inch, forming it into a rectangle or circle
  6. Bake the dough for 20 minutes or until it becomes a firm crust
  7. While the crust is baking, make the sauce
  8. In a medium saucepan, heat the fire-roasted tomatoes and tomato paste over medium heat
  9. Add the pressed garlic, minced onion, oregano, basil, salt and pepper
  10. Stir to combine, and let the sauce simmer while the crust is cooking
  11. When the crust is done, smooth a small portion of the sauce on the pizza, using more of less depending on your preference
  12. Less sauce will yield a more crispy pizza, and more sauce will yield a softer pizza. Be careful, however, as too much sauce will make it impossible to pick up the pieces
  13. Add the mozzarella, tomato, and basil toppings on top of the sauce and bake the pizza for an additional 20 minutes
  14. Turn up the heat to 400 degrees fahrenheit (205 Celsius) after 20 minutes, and cook for a final 5 minutes

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  1. Been Paleo for over a year now and I MISS PIZZA! I have made several, most yield disappointing results. I absolutely loved this pizza! Thank you. You have changed my life. Kids, ages 2 and 4, gobbled it right up. Pizza and Friday go together like – dare I say it? – peanut butter and jelly. I will make this over and over and tweaks it to get it just right. I even thought this dough would make a perfect cracker, rolled super thin. Hey, sometimes the guac wants a cracker.

    Thanks so much! You are awesome.

  2. The crust held together well, but was too sweet for my taste. Perhaps if I subbed olive oil for the coconut oil?

  3. I just made this, and it was delicious!!! Instead of arrowroot flour, I substituted coconut flour, and added an extra egg to the dough to help keep it together. It was SO EASY! 20 mins exactly to get it to the perfect add-toppings crust, I used canned sauce (whoops, sorry!), basil, thinly sliced tomatoes, roasted red peppers, and prosciutto. It baked well in 14 minutes at 400 (can’t read directions!).

    The ONLY thing I would change for next time is that it was mega salty for my taste- I would cut the salt in half. I will also try to get it even thinner, it has the perfect flavor for pizza crust, but at 1/4 inch thick the crust was really overwhelming the flavor of the toppings. To each her own, I know!

    Thanks for the awesome recipe.

  4. Just curious how the dough might take to unblanched almond meal? I picked up enough blanched almond meal for one pizza, but heck, I might as well make two! will try making one of each.

  5. This pizza turns out really well! The almond and herb crust is unique and delicious.

    Make sure you make the crust 1/4″ thin, like the recipe says. In the picture given it actually looks thicker, but a heavy crust is too crumbly to pick up. I made 1/2″ thick crust the other night, which was delicious but crumbly (not too bad though). I have two crusts (each 1/2 the dough ball) in the oven right now, I’ll come back with my results when they’re done. I also added 2tsp of xanthan gum to the recipe for extra holding power.

    If you want a more flavorful crust, add a bit extra of all the herbs, and use smoked salt in place of regular salt if you have it (brick oven pizza? smoky and delicious. Add some smoke!) The sauce recipe is quite good too. Extra garlic, good salts, and pureeing will really up the elegance factor of the sauce as well (some may call it cheating, but a few pinches of truffle salt can take the sauce from “good!” to “I WANT YOU IN MY MOUTH”, and nobody has to know). :D

    Thank you for the recipe! This cookbook is now on my wishlist.

  6. I made it last night and I really liked it!!!! for me it tasted like Pizza.
    I made it without the Cheese and without the arrowroot flour (because that doesn’t exist in Greece). So I ate it last night! and this morning for breakfast as a side dish for my eggs!!!

    I was wondering, would this be ok for 21DSD if without cheese???

    Thank you very much for your recipes!! :))

  7. Made this tonight…HOLY COW!!! Sooooooooo good!! Thank you thank you thank you! I have missed pizza sooooo much and this TOTALLY hit the spot and was super easy also! Mmmmm….thanks again! AWESOME!! OH…btw…my son is egg-free so I had to use Ener-G Egg Replacer….came out perfect! No issues…was DELICIOUS and held up awesome!

  8. I will be making this real soon. Only without cheese sadly. I think it is our Standard American Diet which is truly SAD that made me now casein intolerant and I think the wheat is next to be totally eliminated. I am becoming paleo without even trying lol

  9. Thank you George and Hayley & Bill for sharing this recipe before the book is available! My husband and I made this tonight with onions, peppers, mushrooms, salami and pepperoni on top. It really hit the spot! We are so looking forward to adding Gather to our bookshelf!!

      1. The Food Lovers also have one in Make It Paleo that uses shredded eggplant. It doesn’t taste like bread, mind you, but it’s better than you might first think. At least I liked it.

  10. made the crust with an eggplant confit and fresh goat cheese for a Sunday night dinner treat. it was wonderful to be eating pizza- thank you much for sharing.

  11. Hmm, wonder if it would be tasty with cashew “cheese” instead of cheese. The crust and sauce look yummy. Thanks for sharing. I miss pizza. Is there a lot of dairy use in the book?

  12. George you did it again, convinced to buy yet another cookbook (seriously you should see my collection, it’s enormous and I think Hubs is going to have to build me a separate room just to house my cookbook library alone). Great review and thanks for the recipe, I can’t wait to try this almond crust recipe.

  13. Oh, I’ll be making this for sure this in a month!!! :) Looks delicious! I don’t care for regular pizza, but will definitely try this.

  14. Maybe now I can give up Domino’s…….can you freeze the crust for later use?? That way it would be a quick and easy meal to just add toppings.

    1. I’ve successfully frozen almond meal crusts for this purpose. Par-bake the crust as directed, then remove from oven, cool completely, and freeze wrapped WELL in waxed paper first then plastic wrap or in a plastic bag. You can even par-bake, top with sauce and cheese, then freeze the pizza with toppings on it (just place in freezer on a baking sheet). Once toppings are frozen, wrap in waxed paper then place in a bag for keeping. Will keep for about a month.

      The waxed paper is critical, it keeps the plastic wrap from sticking to crust/toppings and ripping the pizza when unwrapping.

  15. can’t wait to try this recipe and check out this new book!! Keep up the rocking recipes, I love them!!! PS Pick me to win….. :)

    1. I’ve made almond flour crusts before and they are a bit sticky. I suggest par-baking as directed, for 20 minutes @ 325. Then you can top it and grill it, but you will likely get best results using a perforated grill pan under your crust rather than placing it directly on the grate. Prop the grill lid open a bit and check it often; almond meal burns easily.

  16. Mmm, Pizza! I’m very excited about this recipe book. Thank you for testing out this recipe- looks yummy! I definitely have to buy this book now.

  17. This looks incredible! It’s making my mouth water–too bad it’s midnight, otherwise I’d be in the kitchen making this baby!

  18. Looks so well put together, love the pictures and the instructions. Is blanched almond flour finer than regular almond flour?

    1. Blanched almond flour is almond meal/flour made from almonds that have had their brown skin removed through a blanching process. It’s lighter in color, and the flavor is slightly less nutty.

  19. I cannot wait to try this recipe. My only wish is that today was day 21 of my 21 day sugar detox and not day 3!!!! As soon as I am done swearing off all things dairy, this is the first thing I am making!! I think I can, I think I can, I think I can…

  20. I am so excited for this book! While my husband and kiddos have been pretty good sports about trying my Paleo creations, it’s really been a struggle to break them of old favorites. I can’t say I’ve yet found “THE” Paleo pizza recipe that brings them closer to leaving delivery in the dust, but this looks like it could be a contender, especially considering the source! Thanks so much for sharing with us!

  21. Yum, eliminating dairy in my daughter’s diet for a while, but this may be our reintroduction recipe!

  22. This pizza looks amazing. It’s one of the things I miss most since going Paleo/Gluten/Dairy Free. That, and Chinese food, so I’m buying this book!

  23. Looking forward to trying this recipe. I love your website and recipes. Yummy for a newbie to Paleo!!! thanks for all you posts.

  24. I’ve seen so many pics from the book out there on facespace and the interwebs. This pizza looks awesome- can’t wait to try it

  25. I have all the ingredients, and guess what is on the menu for supper tonight?
    Thanks for sharing this recipe!

  26. Simply amazing! Crust is perfect. Kids loved it! I’d do more than 3 stars, but my phone won’t let me. It erases them all!

  27. Being new to the Paleo journey, I’m always on a constant look out for meals that make the transition easier. This cookbook looks like it does the job! I’ll definitely try this pizza, sooner rather than later! Thanks for sharing!

  28. I’m always up for trying a paleo pizza recipe. Pinned and waiting for my Whole 30 to be over! Especially because my 4 year old adores pizza.

  29. Oh wow! I need to try this Pizza and I also like the look/sound of the Take out Fake out recipe.
    I can’t keep up with all the great food.
    Thank you so much for sharing your recipes and your cookbook

  30. OMG that pizza looks so good. I was really excited about getting the book for the General Tso’s chicken, but, damn, that pizza…

  31. This pizza looks delish. Fridays are pizza night, and we love trying new recipes, this one if on the list for this week :)

  32. i’ll be honest, i really want the General Tsao’s chicken recipe. pizza is great and all, but chinese food? yeah, that’s the one that always smells amazing! Szechuen chicken is also on the list. i also don’t mind cooking my usual food for friends, and even my hard-core junk food lovin’ friends like good food. but my lending library could use a nice extension! and who better to turn everyone i know onto than Bill and Hayley?!?

  33. I wasn’t sure how much I wanted to buy this cookbook until I read your post and saw the pictures! It looks absolutely stunning and that pizza looks scrumptious! I hope I win!

    1. We nearly included an alternate recipe (in addition to this one) for a traditional italian Diavola pizza. That would include black olives, banana pepper, and hot sausage. KILLER, KILLER pizza. When you see the book, you’ll spot the Diavola pizza in some of the overall shots of that menu. We just had to cut the recipe, unfortunately.

  34. Looks absolutely amazing! Can’t wait to try the recipe…looking forward to getting a copy of this cookbook! Inspiring!!! = )

  35. I am looking forward to making this pizza. It’s been a while since I’ve had pizza and this recipe looks so good!

  36. I am new to the whole paleo mindset and muddling my way through, I followed all the steps and would LOVE TO WIN, and gonna try this recipe!

  37. That sounds so good! I pre-ordered Gather and can’t wait to get my hands on it. I’ve been eagerly anticipating its release for months!

  38. I’m going to win one of those Tropical Traditions gift cards one of these days!! Oh, and I pre-ordered this book and it can’t come soon enough!!!

  39. I am definitely trying this recipe this weekend!! It looks amazing and I can’t wait to check out Gather and more amazing recipes!!

  40. I Cant WAIT to try this with my boys! So far I’ve only been able to get them to gluten free pizza so I’m so excited to have a GRAIN free recipe that I know will impress them! My husband is Italian so pizza is on the menu at least once a week. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you!!

  41. This pizza looks delish! I can’t wait to get my copy of Gather delivered so I get the rest of Bill & Hayley’s yummy recipes!!

  42. While that pizza does look tasty, I have to agree with folks going crazy for the General Tso’s, that alone makes the book a must have.

  43. The one thing my girls miss the most since switching them to paleo is pizza. I cannot wait to try this recipe. The crust looks so good!

  44. Pre-ordered Gather long ago when they first announced it. Already liked you both. Easiest contest entry ever! :)

  45. OMG! That looks yummy! I think I could actually get my teenager to eat that…I haven’t had pizza in FOREVER! This Friday night is PIZZA NIGHT!! WOOHOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!

  46. I’ve already pre-ordered Gather and this just makes the wait that much harder! Thanks so much for sharing. This is getting made Friday night! :-)

  47. My son will be turning 4 next week, he is such a health conscious eater and LOVES pizza. He asked me for pizza for his birthday dinner and now I have the perfect recipe to try! He loves to be in the kitchen with me! I can’t wait to get this book.

  48. Wow – I’m impressed! Looks good, sounds good, and has to TASTE GOOD, the most important part! Yum, Caveman!

  49. This book and winning the GC are on my wish list for my birthday in 12 days!!! Thank you for your informative blogs and sharing your experience and recipes. I really admire your passion and courage to spread healthy eating and living far and wide. :)

  50. If there ever was a cookbook still missing in my kitchen, this is it! With this I can finally conquer my fear of entertaining friends with my Paleo cooking. Awesome!

  51. Yummy – guess I’ll ‘cave’ and do this Paleo thing after all… ;)
    My friends have been after me forever – this makes it look very doable! xx

  52. I was not sure how much I wanted this cookbook until I saw your preview pics on it and now I’m definitely picking this up as soon as its available! Gorgeous! The pizza looks scrumptious. Hope I win!

  53. Wow! This pizza looks amazing! We are always cooking for friends so it appears I need another book in my collection.

  54. This sounds amazing! I just started back into paleo and I am having a blast cooking all these new foods. Can’t wait to see the book! Just hope it is released in Kindle format too!


  55. This looks better than any pizza from any place around here! This is definitely a must have cookbook for my birthday!

  56. HOLY MOSES!!!! Before I even read the review, I knew that I needed this book. OK… now that I’ve read the review, allow me to emphasize… I REALLY NEED THIS BOOK!!! Holy crow… pizza!!! Paleo pizza!!! Absolutely gorgeous, real-deal pizza!!! Although the idea of some really good General Tso’s chicken sounds awesome too (because yes, I am a Chinese food junkie!!)… cannot WAIT until this book is released. I’m sure I’ll be all over this like white on cauliflower rice!!!

  57. Shared on Facebook and have been a fan of both you and The Food Lovers for quite some time. I pre-ordered the book ages ago, and I cannot wait for its arrival!

  58. George, Looks yummy can’t wait to get the book, love me some General Tso!! I have one question, please excuse my ignorance but what is buffalo mozzarella and where do you find it. TIA!! Love all your recipes!! :D

  59. counting the days down til it is released. I think I ordered it just for the General Tso’s chicken that everyone has been raving about…but now you showing the pizza…holy GRASS FED cow.

  60. After seeing Billy and Hayley make the General Tso’s Chicken at PaleoFX, I had to go and by the book. I really which April 30th would hurry up so I can get my book and start cooking! By the way, it was so awesome meeting you in person. You are just as nice in person as you seem on the blog (and all the bloggers at PaleoFX where sooo nice as well). Just curious, does this recipe freeze well?

  61. Hurrah! I have really missed pizza and I have to say the cauliflower crust version is just a bit too crumbly and messy for my liking. I’m so looking forward to this version! My mouth is watering already!!!!

  62. This looks great! I love the concept of the book, too. We love having friends over and we all eat paleo, so this will really expand the menu ideas.

  63. I love the crispness of this crust and the toothy yield as I bite down. Living in jersey and working in NYC yields me to have a pizza crust palate and since going paleo, I have found a good almond flour crust will give me that crispy chewy crust with a slight nutty flavor. Mmmmm

  64. I’ve sworn off bready, dough pizza, but I miss it and have not been that successful with a cauliflower crust. This looks and sounds awesome and I will try it soon!

  65. AHHH Pizza is my favorite non-paleo food and almost every other Paleo-fied recipe has been a flop. So here’s hoping that this recipe is as good as all their others! I can’t wait to get the book

  66. This recipe looks wonderful! Looking forward to trying it! Would love to win your giveaway. New to Paleo and could use the supplies! Look forward to your recipes!

  67. The crust looks so easy! Have an almond allergy in the house so gonna try it out with chestnut flour, so looking forward to it!

  68. That looks super tasty! I have been anxiously awaiting the General Tso’s recipe!!! Countdown is on waiting for this book!

  69. I have mine on pre-order and can’t wait to get my hands on it and try the recipes! Yipppeee! PIZZA!!! It’s been SO LONG!!! I <3 U!!! I enjoyed the Easter recipe that was linked to pre-order! The photos look awesome and I just want to jump into the pictures to sit at the tables and eat the beautiful appetizing 'healthy' meals! YUM!!!

  70. I love pizza – any pizza! It is my Achilles heel. So awesome to see it made into a tasty paleo recipe! I can now give up my cheat meal!

  71. Newer to paleo diet but love to cook and find new recipes so excited for the cookbook!! I’m feeding a family of 7!

  72. I’ve already liked both pages for a while now.

    What I love about this book, is it is about getting people back to the table. Period. With life being so hectic for so many and all the go-go-go in this country especially, it’s nice to see something that speaks to “Here, sit down, eat, enjoy, let’s reconnect.” :)

  73. I’ve got this preordered and cannot wait until it arrives. I’m looking forward to seeing what I can make for my next gathering.

  74. Yum! I have been making a cauliflower crust but I would like to try one with almond flour. Thank you for the recipe and for the opportunity to win $200 at Tropical Traditions!

  75. I recently switched to clean eating 45 days now…. Never thought I would feel this good after my back surgery. Very excited to try this recipe. Always looking for new things now!

  76. This looks amazing. I’ve just recently switched to clean eating (about 45 days now) and am amazed at how much better I feel. Never thought I’d feel this good again after my back surgery. Always looking for new recipes!

  77. What an amazing looking pizza! I love the “take-out fake-out” menu, that is so innovative and where I have tons of trouble personally!

  78. I can’t wait for Gather to be released! Make it Paleo is my favorite cookbook so I already know I’m going to love it.

  79. We made this pizza crust for breakfast one morning. The toppings were different we used scrambled eggs, turkey, mushrooms, onions and tomatoes. It was amazing everyone loved it! Best crust yet!!

  80. Hi, I already liked both pages and have Gather on pre-order. My husband has been asking for pizza, this looks like a “gotta try” recipe! ;-) Thank you!!

  81. I would like to try this recipe but I am not familiar with almond flour and arrowroot flour. Do most grocery stores carry it or will i have to go to a specialty store?

  82. I’m very excited to try this! I’ve tried the “meatzza” before and found it to be too much meat (I didn’t think that was possible! lol) Is there a reason for buffalo mozzarella? I’ve pretty much cut all cheese from my diet (and truly miss it) but if I could find something that would be better for me, that I could have sparingly on foods like this, I’d be happy :)

  83. This is a great example of one reason I love paleo….taking foods that we always knew and playing in the kitchen to make a cleaner, healthier (and just as delicious) version!

  84. I <3 paleo AND I love cooking for my friends…they have no clue I'm cooking healthy! I'm excited by the possibilities of all of these recipes!!

  85. Yum! Pizza night is coming back to my house!

    The new book looks amazing. Can’t wait for its release. So well thought out and beautiful!

  86. I can’t wait to try the pizza recipe. Since going primal/paleo, I’ve discovered that I have a significant wheat intolerance. I miss pizza. Thank you for creating this recipe.

  87. Both pages “liked” for a while now… :) Shared photo n your comment at the top… What can I say about Paleo? It changed my life! The pizza looks awesome… can’t wait to try it… yum!

  88. My sons and hubby would love this recipe. I’ve had success with almond flour/ arrowroot pizza crusts before, so I look forward to trying this one. Plus, it’s worth it just to hear my five year old exclaim, “you mean we can eat pizza just like all my friends???” He doesn’t even remember what bread is anymore:) #paleokids

  89. Liked and shared for the Giveaway!

    That pizza crust looks amazing! I think even my bread loving husband would eat it and love it!

  90. Pizza was one of my favorite meals. I swore it off for good because I thought it wouldn’t be possible to make it paleo. Can’t wait to try this recipe!

  91. Shazaam! Pizza, paleo! what!? I am going to make this this weekend…so easy and sounds rad…I just hope the crust gets nice and crispy…sometimes AF can be kind of “soft”….

  92. Looking forward to buying this book! When will it be available in Canada? Or should I just order online?

  93. I love using Almond Flour and have not yet used arrowroot flour so I’m looking forward to trying this recipe! Try to eat gluten free and I love pizza so I’m excited about this meal!!

  94. I’m looking forward to trying this recipe, and getting a copy of the new Gather book!
    (liked, liked, shared, thanks!)

  95. Always looking for a good gluten free pizza crust, and this one looks like it will be fantastic . . . can’t wait to try this. Love all the info I get from both of your facebook pages! I am sure my son will be trying this recipe!

  96. Wow! That looks amazing!
    I preordered the book….can’t wait for it to arrive!!

    Thanks for the giveaway!

  97. I am off and running to refill my almond flour supply.
    Can’t wait to try this! Haven’t tried a pizza yet and eager to make one and share!
    Thanks for all your hard work. Makes being Paleo easy and fun!

  98. I pre-ordered Gather a while ago and got the Easter menu as a special treat – my entire non-paleo eating family LOVED every recipe I made for our get together! I.CAN.NOT.WAIT for it to ship so I can see the rest of the awesome meals! :)

  99. Delicious, that’s what that is right there! Adding to meal plan for grocery shopping this week ♥

  100. So looking forward to getting this book! I absolutely love Bill and Haley’s book “Make it Paleo” and refer to it quite often when cooking! So excited to see what yummy dishes they have fo this one! Paleo has absolutely changed my life!

  101. Can I use coconut flour and almond flour in this crust instead of arrowroot?? We’ve been trying to find decent Paleo pizza for months! Thank you for posting this recipe :)

  102. I’ve been meaning to try paleo pizza, but I cannot find arrowroot powder/flour anywhere. Maybe I haven’t looked in the right places, but it certainly is on my list of things to try. Especially because it looks so delicious. :)

  103. Can’t wait to try this! One of the hardest things to say no to for me is pizza!

    I’ve liked both pages for a while and I shared your photo! Thank you for all you do!

  104. This pizza looks amazing!! Nice change from a cauliflower crust! Can’t wait to get the book! Gorgeous pics!!

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