Five Kinds Of Dessert Pizza You Have To Try

Pizza is the perfect meal, especially if you eat it with both meat and vegetable toppings. You get something from each of the major food groups when you consume pizza. For those of you that prefer your pizza to be a variant of an old favorite, there is dessert pizza too.  Here are five kinds of dessert pizza you absolutely should try. Fruit Pie Filling Dessert Pizza This is one of the easiest dessert pizzas to make.

How To Make Restaurant-Quality Veal Piccata At Home

Veal piccata is a classic Italian dish that you'll find is served at many Italian restaurants. Tender veal cutlets are covered in a creamy garlic and lemon sauce, garnished with capers, parsley, and lemon slices. Usually, the dish is served with a side of lightly dressed pasta, which diners love using to soak up the extra sauce. If you're craving veal piccata but the nearest Italian restaurant does not have any reservations available, have no fear.

How To Have Your Wedding Reception Catered On A Budget

You don't have to spend a lot on your wedding reception catering in order to show your guests a good time. You can have a classy catered affair without breaking your reception budget with a little careful planning. Saving money on catering doesn't have to mean serving your friends and family members hot dogs and hamburgers, unless you're going for a casual, campfire-inspired feel.  There are several things that you can do in addition to choosing more inexpensive foods to save cash.

The Great Lakes Experience: Friday Night Fish Fry At The Pub

Friday nights in the Midwest Great Lakes area are known for one thing—fish fry. Whether it's a pub in Michigan like the legendary Art's Tavern, a German beer hall in Milwaukee on Lake Michigan, or a dive bar on the shores of Lake Superior in Wisconsin, the Friday fish fry is ubiquitous in every town. In addition to restaurants, almost every tavern that has a kitchen serves fish on Friday. 

A Guide To Thin-Crust Pizza

All thin crust pizza is not created equally. Here is a guide to the three main types of thin-crust pizza: Neapolitan Pizza, New York-Style Pizza, St. Louis Pizza and flatbread pizza.  Neapolitan Pizza Many people associate thin-crust pizza with Italy. Italian thin-crust pizza is generally Neapolitan pizza. This type of pizza crust is really thin and has a slightly, but not overdone, crisp texture to it.  To be a real Neapolitan pizza, the dough has to be kneaded by hand and not prepared in a mechanical way at all.