AMERICAN MADE CUTLERY FOR YOUR KITCHEN | J’S HOMEMADE PIZZA

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Throughout our kitchen renovation, we’ve purged where needed and invested in what matters.  Fine Cutlery and Kitchen Tools are two of the things we reach for + use most often so we not only wanted them to be functional, but also match the aesthetic of our new space.  When we came across Lamson products, each and every piece checked both of those boxes.  Made in Massachusetts, dating back to 1837, all of their tools are proudly made in the USA and have a lifetime warranty.  You know I’m drawn to every day pieces that feel elevated and Lamson is just that – perfect for making an every day chore feel like an artful way of living.  We were specifically drawn to their ‘Vintage Collection‘ because of the beautiful, handmade walnut handles.  From knives and serving pieces to kitchen tools and BBQ necessitiesLamson has it all.

As we’ve started cooking again in our updated kitchen (sharing the full reveal so soon!), each and every Lamson piece we ordered has made it’s way into our hands.  One of our favorite, go-to recipes for an easy night in?  Homemade pizza and a tossed salad in the backyard.  J is going to share his recipe with you below!

J’s Homemade Bacon, Shallot, and Roasted Brussel Sprout Pizza:

  • – Pizza Crust of your choice
  • (Prep: cook as desired before building pizza)
  • – Homemade (or store bought) Alfredo
  • – Fresh Mozzarella and Parmesan 
  • (Prep: Grated)
  • – Fresh Garlic
  • (Prep: Minced)
  • – Brussel Sprouts
  • (Prep: Thinly sliced and roasted at 425 degrees for 20-30 min with garlic, salt, white balsamic, and olive oil)
  • – Shallots
  • (Prep: Minced)
  • – Bacon
  • (Prep: Cooked + chopped)
  • – Balsamic Glaze

Instructions: Coat your pizza crust with olive oil and a dash of kosher salt and cook as desired (depending on your choice of crust).  Layer your toppings: alfredo, minced garlic, grated mozzarella, roasted brussel sprouts, fresh shallots, and cooked bacon.  Top with a mixture of additional mozzarella and parmesan cheese.  Bake at 500 degrees until cheese is golden brown (typically 8-10 minutes) and finish with a drizzle of balsamic glaze.  Enjoy!

If you’re looking for the perfect housewarming or Father’s Day gift (currently on sale!) or simply needing to replace + elevate your own kitchen tools after a few years of using the same, old pieces –  look no further.  Lamson will be s staple in our kitchen for years to come!

Thanks so much for stopping by and if you decide to make J’s homemade pizza, tag us on instagram!  We’d love to see / share!

X,

Meg

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