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Finally feeling much better!  Yahoo!!  I felt like eating again today so I whipped up a pizza.  First I must show you what I am deeming as a post-op necessity.  Not really but if you like to cook, I highly recommend one. 


The AeroGarden is seriously the best thing ever!  These herbs are about 5 weeks old.  As you can see one little pod in the back didn’t make it (Flat leaf Parsley) sadly.  The basil is out of control, so that is what inspired my pizza. 

The components:

Mission Low-Carb Whole Wheat Tortilla

2 drops (seriously!) of Wegman's Basting Oil (basically oil with garlic and lots of fresh herbs in it)

Rub oil in then layer part skim mozzarella, caramelized red onions (left over from last nights dinner), and about 3/4 of a pre-cooked chicken sausage link and I also added a few slices of marinated mozzarella. 

mozz precooked 

I then chopped up a crap load of fresh basil

basil precookedbasil

Bake about 10 minutes at 400 degrees…and voila!


Seriously took about 15 minutes to make, tastes better than anything delivery could attempt.  I ate about 1/2 of it.  Two thumbs up for this one.

Back to work tomorrow – Thank God! 


  1. That looks super yummy! I didn't know they even had indoor herb gardens- I'm looking into that.


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