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Day 46 4.28.2020

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Flatbread Pizza in 20

whole wheat flatbread spread

with tomato garlic sauce,

red peppers, spinach,

artichoke, mozzarella,

and parmesan: eating in!


Flatbread Pizza

Preheat oven to 450 F

2 cups whole wheat flour

1 tsp salt

2 tablespoons olive oil

2/3 cup warm water

Mix all ingredients together and dump onto floured stoneware.

Knead a bit till flour is worked in,

Spread out and form low edge on stoneware.

Pierce with fork all over.

Brush with olive oil.

Bake for 5-8 minutes.

Remove from oven.

Top with sauce according to preference [tomato, pesto, or other choice].

Add chopped red peppers, artichoke hearts, whole leaf spinach— or as desired [cooked chicken, broccoli, etc].

Cover with mozzarella and parmesan cheese, as desired.

Back for 8-10 minutes.

Option:  add herbs to crust.

Makes a 15 inch pizza.


PROMPT:

What’s your favorite #stayhome #staysafe #stayhealthy #quicktocook recipe?

Snap a picture.

Share the recipe.

Write a poem.

Try a tanka poem, no rhyme needed!


About this post:

Be safe out there. Find ways to help yourself, your family, and others keep going! We can do this together!

April is time for NaPoWriMo — National Poetry Writing Monthtry a bit of poetry and art to encourage others to be safe with each other. Something short. Something inclusive. Something of spring and hope. #NaPoWriMo/#GloPoWriMo

The Academy of Poets encourages us to write #shelterinpoems. Get some ideas there and share your own.

Tons of information can be found at Poets.orgNational Poetry Month and here: Virtual Programs.

National Council of Teachers of English also offers suggestions here.

Tune in to Glokel Yokel DS106radio for inspiration.

Sheri Edwards View All

Geeky Gramma ~~
Retired Middle School Language Arts Teacher ~~
Writer and Thinker

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