Tonight we made two pizzas from the garden. They were amazing, and pretty.

Here is the squash flower pizza before and after baking.

Squash Flower Pizza 1

Squash Flower Pizza 2

Here’s a close up of those zucchini flowers.


It is an incredible joy to make something so delicious from the garden. We are using most of our water ration on the veggies and fruit trees, which makes indoor water use very challenging. Meals like this make all the water pinching worth it.

Here is the zucchini pizza, unfortunately after eating some! The photographer needed sustenance.


The zucchini pizza has olive oil brushed on it, then a layer of shaved Parmesan cheese, the thinly sliced zucchini, and sauteed onions. The crust is homemade using special pizza flower and adding Italian herbs and garlic powder.

Both pizzas were equally awesome.

Good night, and happy weekend!

4 thoughts on “Squash flower and zucchini pizza

  1. Five stars for the gardener, the cook, the writer, and the photographer! But I have one little question: where’s the California wine? 🙂
    Have a great evening and a stellar weekend, my friend!

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    1. LOL! Thanks, Fabio! There are grapes growing and wine being made all around us! Tonight I just had water though! Thanks again for coming by. You have a great weekend too, my friend.


      1. Just teasing you, my friend! It is always a great pleasure to read your writing ! It is always very rewarding to see your photos! It is always a great experience to exchange some words with you! Thanks so much and take care! 🙂

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  2. Yammi, looks soooo delicious that made me to think about cooking a pizza for myself too! Photos make my stomach talking….hum!


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