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Fares of Fay…Rainy Day Pizza!

“An unwanted house guest” …. that about sums it up for me… Fay is still here. We are going on our 4th day of dreary rain. The kids and I have serious cabin fever. We’ve played with Play Dough, made ice cream, danced, watched too many cartoons and colored. We all really need to burn some serious pent up energy. Once it lets up a little I am thinking of opening up the doors so we can go jump in some puddles. I can’t really complain though, we have no damage, nothing like those poor people over on the coast who are flooded. I can’t even imagine what they are dealing with right now.

I must say though, we are eating well. Over the past few days I’ve roasted some chicken, made granola, ice cream, pizza, pasta, and today I’m going to make a favorite Barefoot Contessa dip of mine – Roasted Eggplant Spread. We are definately not starving over here…I’ve probably gained what I’m going to call the Fay Five.

Rainy Day Fay Pizza

Mama Mary’s whole wheat pizza crust
tomato sauce
1-2 tsp olive oil
Aidells roasted pepper with corn chicken sausage, chopped
red peppers, chopped
green onions, chopped
shredded cheddar or Mexican blend cheese
salt and fresh ground pepper

Spread tomato sauce over pizza crust, season to your liking (oregano, salt and pepper). Top with shredded cheese.

In skillet, saute sausage in olive oil until browned. Add red peppers and cook for 2-3 minutes just to soften slightly.

Add sausage and red peppers to pizza. Top with chopped green onions. Sprinkle wiht little salt and fresh ground pepper and place in 425 degree oven. Bake until cheese is melted and crust is browned. Enjoy!

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18 comments on “Fares of Fay…Rainy Day Pizza!”

  1. Mmmm, I love that sausage. Your pizza looks perfect right now. I want a couple slices for lunch!! Have a great weekend!

  2. Wow, that looks delicious for a rainy day. I am so glad to hear you guys are doing well with no damage or flooding. Have you ever tried the Aidell’s portobello mushroom sausages? Ugh, those are too yummy! Have a good weekend, Aggie! I hope you get to go outside.

  3. I really think I need to get into the kitchen and start playing – but I am afraid the power is going to go out again….this pizza looks great!

  4. How fun! I love the colors in your pizza, and it seems so easy – way better than ordering from a pizza place and having to wait for at least 45 min.

    Thanks for sharing! The picture looks so professional.

  5. That is great sausage – I’ve never thought of putting it on a pizza. I am glad to hear you guys are safe in that storm. Fay is no fun!

  6. Hope you and your family are weathering the storm okay!! “The Fay Five”!! Ha! Ha! Keep eating your yummy creations. And be safe! :o)

  7. How great are those Aidell’s sausages! I like using them in pasta for variety instead of chicken, or sauteeing with mushroom, onion and green pepper in a pita. I’ve never tried them on pizza though – YUM!

    I’m glad to hear that Fay didn’t do any permanent damage to your home (other than the boredom!)

  8. The colors of your pizza look wonderful! I’ve not had that sausage before, but it sounds good. Sorry to hear that Fay is lingering; hope tomorrow brings sunshine your way!

  9. The pizza is great but more so your positivity and creativity to keep the kiddos busy.

  10. Go away, Fay! 🙂 This pizza looks terrific; hope it’ll help chase away the storm!

  11. I’m still chuckling over the Fay five. I’d still want some of that pizza to make it six.

  12. Wow, that pizza looks amazing! I hope your weather improves soon!

  13. Yum. I love homemade pizza and this looks so good! Great flavor combos and perfect for a rainy day, although we don’t get many of them around here!

  14. We’re making a gruyere and ham pizza tomorrow. Love homemade pizza – yours looks great!

  15. I would loveto spend a rainy day eating this yummy pizza! The topping looks amazing it is so what I could dig into right now yum!

  16. Oh Aggie, I didn’t know you were in that corner of the world. Sorry about the rain, but I guess you are right, at least you’re not on the coast!

    That pizza looks great! I LOVE Aidells sausages too!

  17. Your pizza looks scrumptous. I bet the corn chicken sausage really gave the pizza a unique taste. I haven’t seen that particular sausage on ourlocal gorcery stores, I sure hope they start carying it soon.

  18. Those sausages sound good and they would add a ton of flavour to that nice looking pizza.