Coyoty makes a pepperoni and blueberry pizza.

Pepperoni and blueberry pizza

If it works for pineapple…

…it doesn’t necessarily work for blueberries. There’s nothing bad about it, but blueberries just don’t hold up as well as pineapple as a topping. Their flavor’s not as strong and they might as well not be there. Maybe they don’t have the sharp acidity that makes pineapple stand out.

I don’t know how they are all facing the same direction. I just tossed them randomly. My strange luck again.

The recipe was simple: Preheat oven to 500° F., oil the pan with avocado oil, spread out the dough, lay the sauce, sprinkle with ground black pepper and green chili flakes, cover with shredded mozzarella, lay the pepperoni, cover with more mozzarella, lay the blueberries, and bake for 10 minutes.

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Coyoty eats cioppino, short rib popovers, and caramel vanilla ice cream.

At Pond House Cafe in West Hartford, CT.

Cioppino

Seafood over pasta, with lobster tail, scallops, crayfish, shrimp, and grilled bread.

Crayfish and fat spaghetti

Crayfish and fat spaghetti.

Short rib popovers

Short rib popovers. “Three popovers stuffed with smoked Gouda cheese, slow braised shredded short rib, pepper jack cheese topped with sriracha aioli”.

Bread and dipping oil

Bread and dipping oil.

Caramel vanilla ice cream with fried caramel shell

Caramel vanilla ice cream with fried caramel shell.

Candle with salt and pepper shakers

Candle with salt and pepper shakers

Pond House Cafe interior

Pond House Cafe interior.

Dirty Asylum martini

Dirty Asylum martini. Dirty martini with gorgonzola-stuffed olives.

Coffee with cream and sugar

Coffee with cream and sugar.

Coyoty makes a jalapeño honey chèvre scrambled egg bake with peppered bacon.

Eggs scrambled with paprika and Trader Joe’s jalapeño honey chèvre (goat cheese), baked at 400ºF. for 15 minutes in a buttered Lodge cast-iron melting pot. It puffed up like a soufflé, but fell a little when I plated it.