I don't know about you--but I could eat Pizza every. single. day. Probably not for breakfast (unless it was a breakfast pizza with scrambled eggs on it!) but definitely for lunch and / or dinner. So when it comes to my wife and I--and the fact we moved here to the Permian Basin just the two of us--there's no big family to feed; no kids, no aunts and uncles and grandparents--not even any cousins! It's just the two of us. So I thought it would be a great idea to keep it simple and do one of my favorite things for dinner.

I happen to have a recipe from my Dad that I like to make, and the sauce AND dough is all from scratch. I tinker with the sauce and my wife likes to step in with suggestions on seasonings (and seasoning amounts) to adjust taste. Also--being in a new house. it'll take getting used to the ovens too. Here we have a double oven--in Illinois we only had one and it always ran hotter than what the temperature was set to, so whatever you were cooking--you always ended up pulling it early.

One way or another--we'll be stopping at Market Street for our goodies tomorrow and making sure we're all stocked up--especially because they're closed on Thanksgiving so gotta get there! And hey-no matter WHAT your plans are for the holiday-I just wanted to say that I'm thankful for all the wonderful listeners we have here at Lonestar 92.3--everyone has made me feel very welcome as a part of the morning show here and my family and I are truly blessed to be here in West Texas. I hope you have a safe and wonderful time with loved ones, wherever and however you choose to celebrate. And enjoy your time off, all the food, and football! Go Chiefs!

-Gunner

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