I just posted the Sicilian Lemon Orange Sweet Bread that I made for dessert for my husband's birthday.....the main course was pizza (with salad made from lettuce and vegetables from the farmer's market. This was the healthy part of the meal....it was his birthday, so we were indulgent with pizza and dessert!) I found a great sourdough pizza dough recipe that makes thin, crisp crust the way we like it (particularly my husband). This was the first time I made it (I've made other recipes and the crust was too doughy), and this recipe really worked well. I learned some things along the way, as it always happens, but there is no question I will be making this again. (Link to recipe below)
After rolling out the crust (very thin), bake it at 500 for 7 minutes (you'll see big bubbles), take it out and brush with olive oil to seal it and then put on the ingredients. Return to oven and bake until crust is done (I think it was another 7 minutes). I topped it with tomato sauce and mozzarella (not too much) and pepperoni, gorgonzola, mushrooms and marinated black and green olives. It was a nice meal! If you like thin, crispy crust and have sourdough starter to spare, this is the recipe for you.