Friday, August 24, 2012

It's a blog hop party!

Blog Hop Party with Give-Aways


It's a party!! Quilting Gallery is hosting another fun blog hop and giveaway. I've not been able to quilt since we moved (no iron or ironing board yet) but I still wanted to participate in the giveaway.

I'm giving away two Christmas fabrics. I'm unsure of the exact yardage, but I know they are at least half a yard each.

The two fabrics together


Close up 1


Close up 2


To enter the drawing, leave a comment below. That's it! And I am happy to ship internationally! The drawing is open until midnight on September 3 and I will draw a winner on September 4. Make sure that I have a way to contact you if you win.

If you feel like being extra kind and have a great pizza sauce recipe that you're willing to share, I'm currently on the hunt for the perfect pizza.

Visit Quilting Gallery on Sunday to see the entire list of blog participants. Happy quilting!

162 comments:

Kate Brown said...

I unfortunately dont have a good pizza sauce recipe but if I was looking for one, I would probably try pintrest.I have found some wonderful recipes on there :)

Second Chance Tan said...

Mmmmm it's very simple, and very scrummy.

Chop an onion, crush a clove or two of garlic and fry them for 5 mins.

Tip a tin of chopped tomatoes into the onions and garlic. Leave to bubble away for 20 minutes or until thickened.

Spread on pizza dough and bung any veg you have in the fridge on top.

Delicious

x

Linda said...

Those fabrics are gorgeous! Thanks for an awesome giveaway. Sorry, cant help with the sauce. I usually do bottled.

StarofMoonDancer said...

Southern Living has great recipes to share...But thanks for the chance to win the beautiful Christmas fabric....

Kelli said...

Thanks for the chance to win! I wish I had a good pizza sauce recipe, too. It's bottled for us these days as well. I am a new follower. Nice to *meet* you. :o)

Laura said...

These are beautiful fabrics! We usually just do bottled sauce in our family

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Your fabrics are beautiful. And no I don't have a fabulous pizza sauce recipe :-( Sorry.

Amys Crafty Shenanigans said...

Yay for your lovely fabrics and for shipping internationally - thanks!!! I use our supermarkets own brand - it is quite plain but lovely.

lynaeve said...

If you find that perfect sauce, you should post it, I'm on the same mission.

TheMugglePuggle said...

I've just used pizza sauce from a jar when I've made my pizza... But the fabrics are great. I'm always looking for some nice Christmas fabrics! Thanks :)

Cherilyn said...

Pretty Fabricsrs! I use tomato sauce, Garlic salt, oregano, and Italian seasoning on my pizzas.

Whosies said...

wonderful fabric! funny- i like the vegie mix sauce in the can.

Scrapbook-ChickADoodle said...

Pretty fabrics. Thanks for the opportunity to win.

As for pizza sauce, we generally by one of the jars of pizza sauce and make our own pizza crust.

Sally said...

Beautiful fabrics! thanks for opportunity!

Michell said...

Thanks for the lovely giveaway

My Sister Made Me Do It.... said...

Lovely Giveaway. Thanks for the chance

Fiesta said...

Wonderful fabrics. Thanks gor the chance.

Trish said...

I actually like the store bought pizza sauces best!

Pat V. said...

I only use pizza sauce from a jar! (Ragu) These fabrics are lovely!

Tanya said...

Thanks for the chance to win.

Anita said...

Thank you for your generous giveaway. I don't honestly have a pizza sauce recipe....I've only used pre-made spaghetti sauce. =)

Homemaker Honey said...

G'Day from Australia! Beautiful fabric...I need more Christmas fabric in my stash.

Deborah
homemakerhoney @gmail .com

Carla said...

I enjoy finding new bloggers who are Christians also. Thanks for the chance to win ; )

Gwen said...

Thank you for the chance to win == very pretty fabric! :-) I haven't made homemade pizza sauce in years-- so am looking forward to reading the recipes that others share with you too! :-) Some of them sound really delicious!!!

Jennie P. said...

I've been working on Pizzas recently to try and create the perfect pizza. I'm still not sure it's perfect, but it sure is darn good everytime I make it. For the pizza sauce I make I usually use one can of tomato sauce and 1 can of tomato paste. I then add as much water as I think it needs to get to the right consistency. I add italian seasoning, garlic powder, dried oregano, dried basil, salt and pepper. I don't have exact measurements yet because I add them to taste. I just keep taste testing until it tastes good. I just heat that a little on the stove and then add it on top of my pizza dough. I'll probably try to take pictures next time I make my pizzas as I have a great recipe for the dough as well.

gibberish said...

Thanks for the giveaway, lovely fabrics.
As for the sauce - I buy either Hunt's or Ragu.
Looking forward to the recipe suggestions as well.
bandkgram(at)hotmail(dot)ca

bethstrand said...

Oh, I love your fabrics and hope that your quilting situation gets ironed out soon! As for pizza sauce, gluten-free-cooking-school at about.com has a great homemade gluten-free pizza recipe with a nice-sounding sauce.
Best wishes,
Beth

Renee G said...

thanks for the giveaway --- When you find the perfect pizza sauce recipe -- Please post on your blog.
rsgrandinetti@yahoo(DOT)com

tubilinha tiacarminha said...

Uso molho de caixinha,obrigada por tecidos lindos.tiacarminhapezzuto@gmail.com

Farm Quilter said...


Ingredients

1 (6 ounce) can tomato paste
6 fluid ounces warm water (110 degrees F/45 degrees C)
3 tablespoons grated Parmesan cheese
1 teaspoon minced garlic
2 tablespoons honey
1 teaspoon anchovy paste (optional)
3/4 teaspoon onion powder
1/4 teaspoon dried oregano
1/4 teaspoon dried marjoram
1/4 teaspoon dried basil
1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1/8 teaspoon dried red pepper flakes
salt to taste


Directions

In a small bowl, combine tomato paste, water, Parmesan cheese, garlic, honey, anchovy paste, onion powder, oregano, marjoram, basil, ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, red pepper flakes and salt; mix together, breaking up any clumps of cheese.
Sauce should sit for 30 minutes to blend flavors; spread over pizza dough and prepare pizza as desired.

This is the one I use from allrecipes.com

Thank you for the opportunity to win such lovely fabric!!!

Kathy said...

Sorry I always rely on a jar of ragu pizza quick sauce---I like it

Judy B said...

I don't make pizza sauce, sorry. I am a Papa Murphy take and bake it gal!

Leo said...

well pizza sauce is like the normal pasta sauce, just without the meat (though you could probably also use that)

* 1 chopped onion
* 1 or 2 spoons of flour
* 2 sliced carrots
* 6-8 fresh peeled tomatoes (or one tin with equivalet amount of peeled tomatoes) - cut into pieces
* salt, pepper, oregano, rosmary, thyme, laurel leaf, garlic, honey

fry the onions, add the carrots, add the flour, stir thoroughly add the tomatoes; you will most likely need abit of water too, make sure everything is submerged

add the spices to your liking

let it happily bubble on low heat for 45 minutes at least, a little less if you use tinned tomatoes

taste a last time, make sure you make it a bit spicier than usual (esp. the salt) as the dough is pretty mucht tasteless.

spread it on the dough and add the topping (tuna+onion, spinach+gorgonzola, ham+pine apple etc etc...)

Bon appetit!

Lv2sew2011 said...

Beautiful fabrics, thanks for give away, Sorry no recipe for the pizza, we just order from pizza hut my way...LOL
Have a blessed day!

AlessandraLace said...

just put fresh tomatoes sauce, with a little salt and oregan, that's what we are used to do in Italy. thank you for this chance to win. hugs Alessandra

Lisa Cox said...

I don't have a pizza sauce recipe. I cheat and use the bottled kind for now. I do make my own pizza dough though. Thank you for the giveaway.

Татьяна said...

With love from Russia! I am a follower! Thank you!

Miss Beau Jangles said...

I don't have a recipe, but try BBC recipes, or Good Food recipes. Thanks for the chance!

Elisabetta said...

Italy would be very pleased to get this nice fabric giveaway!

Amanda said...

Thanks for the giveaway! The look beautiful!

Mommarock said...

Beautiful fabrics. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

JoyceLM said...

Thanks for the great giveaway. (Sorry I don't have a pizza sauce to share.)

basildonkitchens said...

Thanks for the give-a-way! I love making pizza! Here is my favourite sauce:
Pour 2-28 oz cans of whole peeled tomatoes into a strainer that has been fitted over a microwave proof bowl. Using your hands, crush the tomatoes. Press all juices into bowl. Set crushed tomatoes aside. Place bowl with tomato juice in microwave and cook on high until thickened to consistency of ketchup, about 20 to 25 minutes. Add crushed tomatoes to sauce. Add your favourite Italian spice blend, to taste. Cool to room temperature. Keeps for about a week, refrigerated.

Enjoy!

Alison said...

I have never made pizza (other than from frozen...) but I will have to check out all of these comments to see if I can find some good recipes to try. :)

MaryBeth said...

Thanks for the chance to win the pretty fabrics. My favorite pizza recipe is "dial Pizza Hut", lol.

Joyce Carter said...

Thanks for the chance to win some beautiful fabric. Sorry, I don't have a pizza sauce recipe. My favorite pizza comes straight from a box.

Marcia W. said...

We usually dial five star pizza and order take out from the car on my cell phone. Thanks for the chance to win Christmas fabrics as making a Christmas throw quilt is on my long wish list.

hueisei said...

Thanks for the chance to win. Please share when you got the sauce :)

Lori said...

Thanks for a chance to win.

Stray Stitches (Linda G) said...

Beautiful fabrics! My favorite pizza sauce is the one that I get on my pizza that is delivered to my door - sorry, no recipe. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your wonderful giveaway!

JMF said...

thanks for the chance to win some great fabric.

Richard Healey said...

Oh pizza now I am hungry it looks like some one gave a sauce recipe will have to give it a try I love home made pizza and have not mad any for ever.

jmniffer said...

No pizza sauce recipe from me, sorry. Thanks four the chance at your giveaway.

Debra Lee said...

I se pesto and add fresh tomato slices on top!

Mishka said...

Pretty fabrics. Favourite pizza sauce recipe is to call one of my favourite two local pizza shops. They both make excellent pizza and it's nice to have a treat once a month. Thanks for joining the blog hop party.

Mishka

Jeane said...

Thanks for the lovely giveaway.

Karen said...

No Pizza sauce recipe, but thanks for participating in the blog hop.

Haley said...

Lovely fabrics.

Fry together 1 small onion, diced and 1 tsp minced garlic. Add 1 15 oz can diced tomatoes, drained, and one can tomato sauce. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat. Add 2 Tbsp dried Basil, 2 Tbsp oregano, 1 Tbsp marjoram, 2 tsp rosemary. Stir in and spread on pizza before baking.

sherylb said...

Pizza sauce? No, can't help you. Not a pizza eater...but I do love that fabric! I am currently doing lots of Christmas toppers and such. Love me some Christmas :)

Mimi said...

Pretty fabrics - thanks for the chance to win them! Unfortunately, I do not have a homemade recipe but I am getting ideas from the others who commented!!

Lori said...

I dont have a pizza sause reciepe. Sorry. These are very pretty fabrics. Thanks for the give a way.
quilting[dash]lady[at]comcast[dot]net

Barbara Woods said...

thanks for the giveaway i use canned and add herbs

Gill said...

Thanks for a great giveaway!
If you find the perfect recipe I hope you will post it here!

sew.darn.quilt said...

I'm afraid I haven't got that recipe either!
These fabrics are yummy though!
Thank you for the chance

BizyStitches said...

Thanks for the give away. I hope I win because I love Christmas fabric

Angela said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Sadly my pizza is degornio. I have never made one from scratch.

Marjorie's Busy Corner said...

sorry I don't have a recipe...usually just buy my pizza...yes; lazy....lol Thanks for the giveaway

Tricia said...

UUUUUMMM the last time I made pizza I made it with a small jar of prepared PESTO with a tad extra garlic and I mixed the typical Italian Seasonings and a dash of cayenne into the dough itself. Topped that with leftover baked blns Chicken Breast, a little pineapple, along with some Kraft's Mozz Cheese and blended Pizza chesse.

I love to exiperament with my pizzas. Thank You for the chance to win those delightful fabrics. I can think of the prefect mini quilt to make them with.

Sincerely,
Tricia

Betty said...

The fabrics are very pretty. I have small piece of the beige one, but I love it and wouldn't mind having more.
My recipe for pizza is to buy it already made. I'd rather be sewing!

quiltmom said...

What pretty Christmas fabrics- I love the red one. I don't have a pizza sauce recipe but I am sure that tomato sauce with onion, mushrooms and garlic would make a great base. I think I would make sure to add some grated parmesean cheese as well as cheddar as toppings.
Thanks for the chance to win such pretty fabrics.
Regards,
Anna

Sherry said...

Very pretty fabrics! Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway, I live a little north of Seattle. Our pizza sauce is made with
1 8oz can tomatoe paste
1 15oz can tomatoe sauce
1tsp Italian seasoning
1/2 tsp. onion salt
1/2 tsp. garlic powder
We have made it this way for 35 years so we like it.

sh said...

Hummmm, lots of pizza sauce recipes to choose from :0)

Maxine said...

Beautiful Christmas fabrics. These would go perfect with the scrappy Christmas QAL I am doing right now. Thanks for the chance to win.

Sorry I don't have a fabulous pizza sauce recipe. Sometimes we just like the dough with garlic and butter on it. Yum!

Pia said...

Thanks for the chance to win

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Marsha said...

I don't make my own pizza sauce any more since there are so many fresh ones on the store shelves. I do make my own pizza crust and have for 30+ years.
Thanks for the chance to win.

Jeneta said...

Such great Christmas fabrics! Thanks for the opportunity.

Carla G said...

I use a can of pizza sauce so don't have a recipe for you... Thanks for a chance to win this great fabric! :)

marth225 said...

I could always use some Christmas fabric - thanks for the chance

Emily C said...

Ah I wish. I do love a good pizza, but I'm not that good a chef that I make pizza from scratch. Good luck on your hunt and I love the colors and prints.

KurtzCrafts said...

Hello! The fabrics are beautiful!

My pizza sauce: a can of tomato sauce, can of tomato paste, then add the following to taste; italian seasoning, garlic powder, and a pinch of brown sugar

hafza said...

Thanks for the lovely fabric for the giveaway!! Sorry , I can't help with the sauce.

Lyn said...

So sorry I just use the bottle kind. Thanks for the beautiful giveaway.

Nanbon44 said...

sorry, no perfect pizza recipe, I use to make my own dough, sauce and then freeze them.. but now that the kids are all gone, I just call Papa John's for a bacon and onion pizza

Judy1522 said...

Great giveaway! I used to make up my own sauce for pizza but recently I have just started brushing tomato paste onto the crust and then if I want to I sprinkle basil, oregano or garlic powder on. Really just whatever I have in the spice cabinet that sounds good and sometimes I leave it plain if I am using lots of toppings.

Bonnie58 said...

My tomatoe sauce recipe changes every year depending on how my garden harvest is but the basics are tomatoes, onions, carrots, garlic, peppers - red and green, and asorted spices. Love the fabrics. Thanks for the opprtunity on the giveaway and good luck to all the participants.
bonnielarson58@gmail.com

JanesQuilting said...

My husband's family is Italian, and I learned many years ago, that it is not just the tomatoes, spices, but you must have, beef, chicken, and pork meats simmering in it all day. And most important is the Ox Tail. You don't have to eat it if you don't wish, but it makes for the best flavor in your sauce. Oh, and an Italian does not call it sauce...they call it "Gravy".

apple blossom said...

love christmas thanks

ABreading4fun [at] gmail [dot] com

legato1958 said...

Thanks for the giveaway chance!

susie
legato1958@aol.com

Sowing Stitches said...

Pizza Pizza!
4 ounces no salt tomato sauce
1 teaspoon dried oregano
1 teaspoon dried basil
1/2 teaspoon crushed garlic

mix and spread over pizza crust then add all of your favorite toppings, cook and enjoy

sowingstitches [at] yahoo [dot] com

Sheila said...

Thanks for the chance , sorry I can't help with the recipe either but if you find one you really like let us know ;-)

Debbie said...

Beautiful fabric. I LOVE christmas fabric. Sorry can't help with recipe. I do have a great spaghetti sauce recipe for cannning or freezing though. Like someone said, would like you to post if you find a great one

Kathy H said...

We usually use bottled sauce but hopefully someone will have a terrific one. I will keep checking on your comments.

Jeanne said...

Great fabrics! Usually use tomato sauce with dash of italian seasoning to my taste for pizza sauce when I don't have store bought. Thanks for the giveaway.

rockgranny said...

Great Christmas fabrics! Sorry no recipe, I usually call for pizza.

rutigt said...

Sorry, can´t give you any recipe, I hate cooking :) But your fabrics look nice!
Gun, Sweden
gun@lapp.se

Cindy Staub said...

Beautiful fabric, thank you for the chance to win...

Painting 4 Him said...

My perfect pizza includes white sauce which is alfredo sauce for me--roasted garlic infact. The fabric is lovely. Thanks for the chance to win.

Abbigail said...

Sorry! I'm not a cook! I love the fabrics however and can sew up a storm with them!

Gwynette in NW Arkansas said...

I do like the Christmas fabrics. Thanks for the give away. I use bottled pizza sauce and add spices to suit our taste. Usually too busy quilting to start sauce from scratch.

Lisa said...

wt beautiful fabrics you are giving away to a very lucky quilter!!! Sorry I cannot help with a pizza sauce. I haven't made any in years. My only suggestion is if you like sweet Italian sausage try cooking it in your pizza sauce It is amazing, I am hungry just thinking about it!

joyce said...

I love the fabrics! sorry I don't have a perfect pizza sauce. please share when you fined one.

Quiltn Mama said...

Beautiful fabrics...thank you for the chance to win them! Good luck with the recipe hunt.

Britany said...

My Husband and I love pizza! We live in New Mexico, so if you like spicy here is a recipe for you! Take any pizza crust and prepare as directed. for the sauce, use re-fired black beans, (sounds strange but taste great!) for the toppings, cheese, chicken, green chili and tomatoes. My new favorite!

Jeanne Gwin said...

The best pizza sauce recipe I have is to use roasted red peppers, tomato sauce, a scant 1/4 tsp yellow mustard and a bit of brown sugar. Add red pepper flakes, smoked paprika and mushroom slices. Rub small amount of olive oil on crust before dressing. I always sprinkle my crust with shredded cheese first as it holds the sauce better. We then load the top with thin slice tomatoes, green, red and yellow bell peppers, onions, mushrooms, jalapenos, corn, olives, green chiles and any other veggie you like or meat to your taste. Hope you enjoy.

Jeanne Gwin said...

Hope you are having fun on the Blog Hop, thanks for a chance to win!

Mrs.Pickles said...

I just add fresh basil and a little tomato paste to my canner tomato sauce and that is it...lol thank you for the chance to win.

Catskill Quilter said...

We always use a bottled marinara sauce on pizza, but we always add fresh chopped basil from our herb garden.

Shannon said...

what a sweet giveaway, the cream fabric is especially lovely! Sadly I don't have a good pizza sauce recipe, good luck finding one!

Szappanbubi said...

Love the leaves printed one! *_*
unfortunately I don't have any pizza recipes but I want to try to make some vegetarian ones sooner or later :)

porcukorborso at gmail dot com

thanks

Patricia said...

I used to just use my leftover spaghetti sauce meat and all. I love the fabrics.

Cherise said...

Great giveaway! Thanks for the chance! Have a Nice Day! :)

Shirley Tener said...

My pizza sauce was lacking Fennel seeds.. share if you find one.

The Amateur Quilter (Mike Pearson) said...

I have no idea how to make pizza sauce if it doesn't come out of a jar :) Thanks for sharing!

Peggy said...

Thanks for a chance to win some lovely fabric.
Thanks,
Peggy
peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

Deanna said...

Christmas fabric - Yes!!!
Thanks for the chance to win.
Will look on the gluten free site somebody mentioned as I don't have great recipe....really missing pizza

Janet said...

Nice giveaway! I make the pizza sauce recipe in my More With Less cookbook. It is put out by the Mennonites and has some great recipes.

JLVerde said...

Pretty fabrics!

My pizza sauce recipe? Go to the grocery store, buy a jar, take it home, open, put on pizza crust.

Or better yet, just get a pizza from the local shop in Little Italy (mmm, now I want pizza for lunch!)

Kathy said...

Beautiful fabrics! We've been making pesto pizzas recently. winterwrens at gmail dot com

Bente-I like to QuiltBlog said...

Thanks Cassandra,
thats a lovely giveaway ☺
Liebe Grüße
Bente

Deb said...

Love the Christmas fabrics!

~ Julie ~ said...

No recipies for pizza sauce here - we order out! :) Thanks for the opportunity to win such beautiful fabric! :)

Sandra said...

Here is my favorite pizza sauce to make:

In a medium saucepan cook 3/4 cup chopped onion and 2 cloves garlic, minced, in 2 T hot butter or margarine until onion is tender. Stir in two 14 1/2 ounce cans whole Italian-style tomatoes, undrained and cut up; half of a 6-ounce can (1/3 cup) tomato paste, 1/2 tsp sugar, 1/4 tsp salt and 1/8 tsp pepper. Bring to boil; reduce heat, Simmer, uncovered, 20 minutes. Stir in 1/4 cup fresh basil or 1 tablespoon dried basil, crushed. Cook 5 minutes more. Makes about 3 1/3 cups sauce.
Thank you for participating in the Blog Hop and giving us all a chance to win Christmas fabric. Just in time for a Christmas lap quilt for a special loved one.

Sandi T.
sandit1@sbcglobal.net

PJ said...

Love your fabrics for the giveaway.

Dresden Quilter said...

The fabric is beautiful. Thanks for the giveaway.

Diann said...

I wish I had a pizza sauce recipe to share with you, but I've never made it.

Judi said...

Beautiful fabric- and I love the Christian focus of your blog ;)

daylily45 said...

we just ate the most delicious pizza at my daughter's house. She made her own pesto out of fresh basil, olive oil, garlic and nuts. The topping was cheese, mushrooms, pepperoni, and black olives. The crust was gluten free made out of quinoa flour I think. It was very good. Your fabrics are great.

Myself said...

What a great givaway! thanks for the chance to win- unfortunately I don't eat dairy so haven't had a pizza in years :)

mahoo said...

I prefer pesto for my pizza sauce. Thanks for the chance to win.

sherry said...

i make my pizza dough from wolfgang pucks recipe...olive oil...then sausage, sundried tomatoes, basil, goat cheese, mozza cheese...pizza stone in the bar-b-que...oh so good...no tomatoe sauce

Loris said...

My pizza sauce is whatever the delivery place is using :-) I'm not much of a cook!
Thanks for the sweet giveaway!

beaquilter said...

I don't have a sauce recipe, but a good dough recipe is on pizzatherapy.com

Bossymamma said...

I'm afraid my pizzas all come from the takeaway.

dfne at peterjh dot wanadoo dot co dot uk

Tommie said...

I haven't had "real" pizza in over seven years so I can't help you out with a recipe. I can wish you luck!

bohemiannie! art said...

Please count me in for the fabric! My pizza sauce is simply the same that I make for Spaghetti...after it's simmered almost all the water away!

Mamabill said...

I'm not much of a cook any more so no pizza sauce recipe here. Thanks for a chance to win the lovely fabric. mamabillquilts@gmail.com

Carol in E TN said...

I have no sauce recipe to offer:-(
The fabrics are very pretty, thank you for the giveaway.

Trinity said...

i used to work at a pizza chain, I've seen many different kinds, but everyone has their own taste that they like. When I was younger I did enter a seafood pizza at the fair and won a blue ribbon! Unfortunately I don't have the recipe, sorry. hope u can find 1 that u like.

quiltinggrammy said...

I've never made pizza from scratch although my bread machine does have a recipe for the dough. Must try it soon.

Amy DeCesare said...

I don't make my own pizza sauce, but lately it's been hard to find at the grocery stores. I wonder what's up with that!

free indeed said...

Here's my latest one...I have a hard time making the perfect pizza, but this sauce is a keeper I think:

15oz tomato sauce
6oz tomato paste
1T oregano
1-1/2t dried garlic
1t paprika
1/2T basil
1/2t sugar
1/2t onion powder

If you use this recipe, let me know how you like it!

Fleurette said...

Thanks for the giveaway. Pretty fabric, for the sauce try,
bigoven.com/recipe/141527/garden-fresh-pasta-sauce

Mother of four said...

Hi, I just use a very simple one... (Pizza sauce), Tomato puree, a dazzle of herbs (dried ones can be soaked in a cup of boiling water for 10-15 minutes, after which drain the water leaving the 'leafs' in the bottom... stir these into the puree... then simple as that a squidge of garlic puree or frozen garlic cubes work well (you'll only need one cube as they are very potent), that as they say is that... oh if you want a sour twang, a splash of balsamic vinegar goes brilliantly well into it x
J x

Angela Moore said...

Lovely christmas fabrics. I tend to buy my pizza because many of them have great specials like buy one get one. Thanks for the giveaway.

Karen O said...

I also only purchase my pizza from a shop...sorry! Glad to see other ideas for that for you..maybe I will have to try one. Gorgeous fabric, thank you for being a part of the Hop.

Lisa said...

No I have no pizza sauce recipes but I do call "godfathers" every once in awhile. They do make great pizza but you have to drive 10 miles to pick it up. No delivery here. Thank you!

Melanie said...

Sorry - we don't eat pizza in our house (unless it's from Domino's on cheap Tuesdays!).
But I would love to win.

Connie said...

Beautiful fabric giveaway! Looks like you have lots of great recipes posted.....my favorite comes from Casey's Carry-out. Thanks!

Blanje Bleu said...

Thanks for the giveaway.

I make a quick pizza sauce by putting dry Italian herbs together with passato di pomodori and a little oliveoil...

Cheryl said...

Pizza and fabrics - 2 of my favorite things! Sorry but I don't make homemade pizza anymore.

Sue said...

The only pizza we have here is from a great little pizza shop near where I work. Sorry no recipes from me!

Maria Kievit said...

Like the fabric you're giving away. Thanks!

Carmen Nuland said...

I don't have a sauce recipe - we just usually use tomato paste with a bunch of spices thrown in. But I do love this crust: http://recipes.robbiehaf.com/T/272.htm because it only requires resting for 8 minutes - not a 30+ min rise time, so it makes for a quick throw-together supper.

toekneechestnut said...

This is a Hungarian version:
1 onion, finely chopped
3 garlic cloves, finely chopped
1 green capsicum finely, chopped
2 tomatoes, finely chopped
3 teaspoons of parsley
1 teaspoon of paprika
1/2 teaspoon of ground caraway seeds
3 tablespoons of olive oil
6 tablespoons of tomato concentrate or paste
2 cubes of stock concentrate (chicken or meat)
Add to heavy based pot
stir and simmer
add concentrates
add water to create a thick sauce consistency
cook gently until all ingredients are soft.

Gail Hand said...

Sorry I don't have a good pizza sauce recipe. I just know to put on lots because hubby likes it that way. I love the looks of your blog. How do you get the floral background? I keep looking on blogger but can't figure it out.

Elaine O'Connell said...

thanks for the chance to win the fabric....sorry I don't have a pizza sauce recipe, I should make my own, but usually buy it

Debby said...

Have never made homemade pizza but after reading some of these, willing to try!

Sherri D said...

Thank you for participating in the blog hop and having such a wonderful prize! I wish I had a pizza sauce recipe for you!
That fabric prize is so elegant looking! What a rich project one could make for the holiday season!

spiritweaver said...

My homemade spaghetti sauce :-)

Tara said...

I have yet to master pizza sauce - it always tastes more like spaghetti sauce. So we go with bottled. :)

Marsha Cooper said...

This would be an awesome win. Our next project in sewing club at church is to make stockings for all the children.