Hey hey! So I realized today that I still have yet to show you the new red hair-do from Saturday, so here’s a little peek!
Please forgive the dumb half smile and squinty eyes. I may in fact have a set of the most sensitive eyeballs on the planet, and that sun was not being very cooperative. I currently have a mix of four different colors in my hair (my mom uses EQ Shades) and I love the fact that two of the color names are “Cherry Cola” and “Rocket Fire.” So fun, right?
After work today, I had to run over to David’s Bridal so I could pick out a dress for a wedding that we have this Saturday (holla, Meg!). I was *this close* to picking one of the dresses that I originally chose, but ended up picking one totally different that I actually didn’t even like on the hanger.
Funny, because the same thing happened with my wedding dress. Apparently I should never, ever judge a dress on the hanger?
Oh, and you’ll get to see the dress after the wedding this weekend.
So by the time I got home, Jay was already hard at work at dinner.
Now, I need to emphasize the fact that tonight’s dinner was absolutely amazing.
Okay okay, I know. I say this a lot…either I’m just too excited about food or I’m just really good at eating good food. I’ll choose the latter.
But seriously, tonight we had pizza. And it was amazing pizza. Cody even knew that something good was happening.
Tonight, we had homemade Hawaiian Pizza.
Jay used a regular pizza crust and topped it with pizza sauce, crushed pineapple, sliced red onions, pizza blend cheese, and some ham chunks, which came from a ham steak that we happened to have on hand in the freezer.
Part of the reason we think this pizza turned out so awesome is thanks to the cooking method. Jay put our pizza stone in the oven at 450 degrees and let it heat up as the oven was preheating. He prepared the pizza on a cookie sheet, and when the oven was ready, he simply slid the prepared pizza onto the piping hot pizza stone.
It was probably our most successful, un-soggy crust to date!
We immediately dug in and a grabbed two pieces.
Hawaiian pizza is really something that I just don’t think about very often, but whenever I have it, I absolutely adore it.
In an attempt to not go overboard, Jay and I split a third piece and are both attempting to call it a night there…
We’ll see how that goes.
Alright, I’m off to go relax for the evening…g’night party peeps!