pizza...from scratch

I know, you're probably thinking I'm nuts making pizza from scratch.  There are so many ways to make pizza at home and avoid making the crust yourself.  However, thanks to the easiest, most amazing bread recipe ever, pizza crust (and bread and rolls) is easy!This recipe is seriously easy (and tasty).  Last time I made the whole recipe and I had enough for a pizza crust and a loaf of bread.  This time, I cut the recipe in half.  I use mostly whole wheat flour, which makes it a little dense, but still good. I rolled my crust out and then put it on a baking sheet.  Then I put it in the oven for about 5-10 minutes before I put any toppings on my pizza.  This seems to keep the crust from getting slimy under the tomato sauce, and it cooks all the way through without burning the things that don't need to be cooked much. After my crust has cooked for a bit, I pull it out and put tomato sauce and a layer of cheese on top.  Then I add the rest of my toppings.  This time it was chicken sausage, artichoke hearts, olives, sun dried tomatoes, red pepper, and onion.  My mom used to make "cleaning the refrigerator soup,"  I make "cleaning the refrigerator pizza."  Cover your toppings in another layer of cheese (whatever you have around - it doesn't really matter) and put it in the oven.  I cooked mine for about 10 or 15 minutes at 375 degrees.