Armed with the Daiya cheese we bought at Food Fight!, we made some awesomely tasty pizza the other night. I used the pizza crust recipe from the side of a Bob's Red Mill flour bag, and changed it up by adding some dried basil and garlic powder (and a little extra salt, plus some pepper). This makes a really great crust, and takes only a few minutes to knead by hand. Which is, admittedly, not exactly my favorite part about making pizza dough...
chanterelle mushrooms (I think we actually live off of these things lately)
yellow pear tomatoes from the garden
dried olives (canned black olives put into a food dehydrator... adds less moisture to the pizza)
Yves fake chicken strips
peppers from the garden
Instead of traditional tomato sauce, I simply smeared the dough with some pesto and olive oil. Yum!
The cheese was pretty good. It doesn't taste that much like dairy cheese, but it melts well and adds a creaminess to the pizza.