i had really high hopes for this blueberry/ricotta/white cheddar/honey pizza.
i found it on pinterest
and made it this weekend.
maybe it was that blueberries aren't at their best right now.
but it just turned out kinda... good.
when i was expecting amazing.
i liked it. not going to lie, we ate it :)
so why am i talking like it was a fail? it wasn't a fail. it was good.
not kinda good, either. it was yummy.
i was just hoping for more.
you can find the recipe here.
(since i've talked you into how awesome it is, ha.)
i am going to make it again, with a few changes.
first, i'll start when it's blueberry season, and they're sweet and delicious.
i think that was my first problem, i wanted it to be sweet and savory but it turned out basically... just savory.
next, i might skip the ricotta and trade it in for goat cheese.
i love goat cheese. it makes anything better.
but the rest, i liked.
buttery flaky dough.
sharp white cheddar.
BASIL. (just basil. basil basil basil. i love fresh basil.)
sweet honey with a kick of red pepper flakes.
blueberries and ricotta.
a little salt.
see.... doesn't it sound like it'd be the best thing in the whole wide world?
i think it can be. i just made it too early.
i'll get back to you in the summer when blueberries are hot.
have you ever done that?
found a recipe that you thought would make you weak in the knees to be disappointed by something that was actually good? sounds nutty.