Ina’s White Pizza with Arugula

May 26, 2010 — 1 comment

Do you ever see a recipe and just know you’ll love it? And then you don’t get around to making it for over a year, but it continues to call to you like a gastronomic siren song? This is one of those recipes for me. I received Ina Garten’s Barefoot Contessa Back to Basics cookbook for my birthday in 2009, and immediately wanted to make the White Pizza with Arugula. And 18 months later, I finally got around to it! And it was everything I had hoped it would be. Cheesy, garlicky, lemony, hot, cold; it was like every good thing rolled into one. It was pretty involved (not the kind of thing you can just throw together), so I would save it for a special occasion. Then again, it would make any meal a special occasion.

Click HERE for the recipe. And if you don’t already own it, go buy the cookbook. I’ve made more than a few recipes from it, and they’ve all been amazing. She’s a genius, that Ina.

1 thought on “Ina’s White Pizza with Arugula”

  1. I know exactly what you mean about knowing you’ll love something right off the bat. This sounds like one of those recipes. I love Ina, her recipes can always be trusted…

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