Wood Stone Recipes - Pizzas
Apple and Vanilla Custard Breakfast Pizza
This pizza often graces our breakfast table, but could easily be served as a dessert pizza. If you're preparing ingredients for this pizza in advance, soak the apple slices in water with lemon to prevent browning.
Belling Ham Pizza
Wood Stone is located in Bellingham, Washington, a beautiful coastal city that long ago deemed the folks who live here "Ham-sters". In celebration of the place we call home, we give you our very best Belling Ham Pizza.
At first blush, this pizza recipe seemed a bit exotic for morning fare, but we've found an appreciative audience in this sophisticated slant on the idea of pizza for breakfast. The ingredients are the stuff of classic breakfasts--eggs, bacon, bread--it's only in their preparation where things get interesting. When we make this recipe in the test kitchen, we like to dress it up by drizzling a bit of hollandaise sauce over the eggs after the pizza comes out of the oven.
This elegant "white" pizza has endless possibilities and variations. Pizza Bianca becomes more exotic with the addition of infused oils, pancetta, or a vibrant garnish of fresh arugula.
Classic Cheese Pizza
A commitment to fresh dough, fresh sauce, and great cheese makes a fantastic cheese pizza.
East Coast Pepperoni Pizza
Caramelized onions and fresh mozzarella compliment this East Coast pepperoni pie.
East Side Pizza
A Wood Stone customer in Vancouver, Canada introduced us to the East Side Pizza. When we tried the delicious combination of meat and vegetable toppings, we knew we needed to add it to our test kitchen menu.
The best time to make this pizza is in the height of summer when vine-ripened tomatoes are bright with color. Fresh, glistening summer tomatoes will make your Fresca Pizza full of flavor.
This massive pizza is a great one for staff parties or community gatherings!
Grecian Garlic Pizza
Roasted garlic is a rich addition to the classic Greek ingredients on this pizza.
Hot Italian Pizza
Loaded with spicy meats and classic Italian ingredients, this pizza is always a hit. We tend to add basil leaves to our pizzas before they go into the oven so all the ingredients have the opportunity to mingle, but some folks prefer a more colorful pizza an opt to add the leaves after the pizza has baked. Either way produces delicious results.
Neapolitan pizza holds the status of a "guaranteed traditional specialty" in Italy, a status that allows for only three official variants.
Named for Italy's beloved Queen Margherita di Savoia, this tomato, basil, and mozzarella pizza was created in 1889 by pizzaioli Raffaele Esposito of Naples.
A cross between a calzone and a flat bread, the phZani is a simple way to make a hand-held pizza sandwich in no time at all. This versatile recipe also makes a great breakfast sandwich, just chop up some of our Zucchini and Basil Frittataand add it to the rest of the ingredients.
Salmon Breakfast Pizza with Caper Dill Cream Cheese
Wood Stone's Pacific Northwest location affords us what we believe to be the finest salmon in the world. Ours comes from the ecologically sound reefnet practices of Lummi Island Wild. High quality salmon is essential to the flavor of this pizza--if it isn't available in your region, try substituting the fresh salmon for smoked lox.
South of the Border Pizza
Can a taco transform itself into a pizza? Most certainly! Just abandon the taco shell in favor of a great pizza crust.
Spicy Shrimp Pizza
The shrimp for this pizza is already cooked, so we add cheese after the shrimp is arranged on the pizza to help balance the baking process. This protects the shrimp from becoming overcooked and tough, and ensures an evenly cooked pizza.
Stuffed Egg and Onion Pizza
Sister to the calzone, stuffed pizzas like this one are plump with ingredients.
Vegetarian Delight Pizza
This colorful vegetable pizza begins with a pesto base.
Wood Stone Bianca Pizza
The Bianca pizza we make in our Bellingham test kitchen these days is not the white pizza we made a few years back, and likely, won't be the one we make a few years from now. A creamy and delicately sweet white pizza--this Bianca pizza recipe is the one we make and love today.
Wood Stone Pizza Sauce
Our classic pizza sauce has a rustic texture and simple, quality ingredients.