How To Make Delicious Stove Top Pizza – No Oven Required!

My husband is a pizza lover, so this fresh stove stop recipe hit a home run with him. It’s simple, fast, and absolutely delicious – you have to give it a try!


  • For homemade dough
    • 1/2 cup self raising flour
    • 1/2 cup plain flour
    • 2.3 cup warm water
    • Pinch of salt
    • 1 tsp honey
    • 1 tsp dry yeast
  • 8 oz Pizza sauce
  • 1 tsp Oregano
  • 2 Cups (8 oz) mozzarella cheese
  • Your favorite toppings
  • 12 inch skillet with lid


  • Spray skillet with non-stick coking spray and heat to 375 degrees fahrenheit
  • Mix dough ingredients in a bowl
  • Pour above mixture into skillet and spread evenly on the bottom
  • Add sauce, cheese, and desired toppings
  • Cover with lid skillet and cook for 15 minutes or until crust is brown on bottom and cheese is thoroughly melted
  • Carefully slide onto cutting board, slice and enjoy!

Here’s The Fastest And Easiest Way To Cut A Watermelon

While summer is quickly approaching its end, there’s still time for a few late summer and early fall picnics. And of course every picnic has to come with a standard fruit salad. One of the staples of fruit salad is watermelon, but it can be frustrating and tedious to cut.

Fortunately, we’ve found a way to make cutting a watermelon much easier. Watch this video to see how to quickly cut a watermelon into cubes within mere minutes.




Use This Trick For Cutting Apples To Keep Them Fresh All Day

Fall is approaching very quickly. It’s one of my favorite times of the year. What’s not to like? You’ve got football, sleeping with the windows open, beautiful foliage, and of course the apples (Honeycrisps are my favorite).

Apples are a great addition to lunches and provide a healthy snacking option.

However, it can be a real pain to cut them up and keep them fresh. Luckily, Grant Thompson, shows us this amazingly simple trick to quickly, easily and safely cut an apple and keep it fresh all day.

Here are the 3 steps:

  1. Turn the apple upside down (on its top) as it will balance better.
  2. Cut the apple as if you are laying out a tic-tac-toe board with your knife.
  3. Keep the cut pieces together until you are ready to eat (a rubber band is perfect for this).


10 Perfect Fall-Inspired Cocktails

Fall is the perfect time to introduce yourself to some new cocktails. Classic flavors such as caramel, apple and maple are very prominent during the fall season, and are great cocktail additions.

You can DIY some of your own, or stick to traditional recipes. Either way, you should be treating yourself to a few amazing cocktails this fall.

From brandy to vodka, your favorite liquor can find its way into a plethora of delicious fall-inspired cocktails. Wondering where to start? Here are ten fall-inspired cocktails that will have you begging for cooler weather:

Make This Vinaigrette And Never Buy The Bottled Stuff Again

Ever since I made this super tasty vinaigrette I’ve never had to grab a bottle at the supermarket. The store-bought stuff is full of high-fructose corn syrup, preservatives and other junk. But this stuff is like liquid gold.

All you need are shallots, lemon juice, olive oil, parsley, mustard, salt and pepper. Jam it all into a mason jar, screw on the lid and shake it up. Presto, amazing salad dressing with simple ingredients and no fuss.


  1. 1 Shallot Finely Minced
  2. 1/2 Cup Freshly Squeezed Lemon Juice
  3. 1 Cup Olive Oil
  4. Small Handful of Freshly Chopped Parsley
  5. Tablespoon Honey
  6. Spoonful of Mustard (Djon, Course Ground, etc)
  7. Pinch of Salt and Pepper


  1. Add minced shallot to mason jar
  2. Add lemon juice
  3. Mix the two and let sit for 30 minutes in the mason jar
  4. After set, add olive oil
  5. Add some parsley  (doesn’t have to be exact)
  6. Add a tablespoon of honey (doesn’t have to be exact)
  7. Add mustard
  8. Add salt / pepper
  9. Put on lid and shake

For a full video on the steps and instructions, click here.

(h/t Southern Living)

Make The Perfect Popcorn On Your Stove With A Stainless Steel Bowl

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Here’s a great new tip, courtesy of Alton Brown that will take your popcorn making to the next level. All you need is a heavy gauge stainless steel bowl and you have the perfect popcorn machine.

According to Brown, the bowl helps popped kernels move away from the bottom of the bowl so they don’t burn. The oil and kernels slide to the bottom near the heat to keep the kernels popping.

Checkout Alton’s video as he walks you through the process. There are two keys to using this method:  1) Covering the bowl with heavy duty foil / poking slits it in for steam to escape and 2) Continuously shaking the bowl over a medium heat until the kernels pop.

If you don’t have a big stainless steel bowl, then you can use a wok.  In need of a great bowl, then checkout this really affordable one from Amazon.