I am in love with all the different ways that one can use vegetables in our diet. In case you don't know me well, I like nothing more than experimenting with different foods and ways of eating them. Sometimes it's cause I'm bored (yawn) or other times, it's because I have a friend or family member that has special food requirements. God forbid (and I mean it) that someone has to feel restricted or hungry when they are eating at my home! The Italian in me wants to make sure that EVERYBODY is satisfied and fed well.
Here's a pasta dish that is delicious any time of the year. I have experimented with including scallops, cod or other white fish in the dish along with the shrimp. And, if you don't eat fish, you could even substitute some kind of legumes like lentils or chick peas.
I know - I am so fickle in love (when it comes to food that is)! I just happened to come across this Paleo gluten-free pizza crust recipe in a wonderful cookbook by Sarah Fragoso - "Everyday Paleo Around the World - Italian Cuisine, Authentic Recipes Made Gluten-Free." Thought I would give it a try; I know I am way behind all those adventurous folks who use cauliflower and broccoli and other substances for a pizza crust. Me bad!