I usually loathe being immobile for more than an hour at a time but that’s exactly what I did straight through five made-for-TV movies.
Today was definitely one of the least productive days I’ve had in a very long time, but after a busy week I think it was much needed. A small group of five close friends and I made pizza after pizza while watching low-budget movie after low-budget movie.
Pizza #1: Breakfast Pizza Movie #1: Life Time’s Natalee Holloway
Okay we didn’t write down or make exact recipes but here’s a rough one.
You need turkey sausage, sharp cheddar cheese, frozen hash browns, and about three eggs. After you’ve stretched out your pizza dough (or defrosted a frozen one for the lazier people) pile everything onto it in no particular order and bake at 375° for 30 minutes.
Pizza #2 Berry Dessert Pizza Movie #2: Keeping Up With The Randalls
First you need to bake the crust with butter and honey spread in a thin layer over the top. Once it’s cooled add either cream cheese frosting or cream cheese mixed with powdered sugar on top. Then, using either fresh or frozen, add berries on top of the cream cheese.
As for the movie, it seemed like a combination of The Family Stone, The Proposal and about two other movies. Let’s just say it’s not one I’ll watch again.
Movie #3: Murder at 75 Birch
Unfortunately I had no part in making this one. I did however, have part in eating it. It was awesome.
I believe it was a six-cheese pizza with roasted garlic and alfredo sauce.
The movie was pure drama: a sister-in-law murdered, a tragic accident killing a husband, a brother-in-law cheating with two women and killing for love (and insurance money).
Pizza #4: Chocolate Dessert Pizza Movie #4: One Angry Juror
Again just a basic pizza crust already cooked. Chocolate frosting, marshmallows and M&Ms are added one top. And that’s it.
I’m pretty sure I was either asleep or distracted during this movie, but I do remember a lot of yelling. That must mean it’s good right?
Snack #5: Cheesy Breadsticks Movie #5: Last Man Standing
The movie was super suspenseful, but by far my favorite, mostly because Mekhi Phifer was in it.