I’m so excited to share this recipe with you from my friend Lori.  I had first met Lori when we both lived in Dallas.  She now lives in Austin and I really hope to reconnect with her one of these days in Austin or Seattle or somewhere in between.

Tonight, I came across Lori’s post on Facebook “I found some delicious wild onions growing” and had to find out more.

A Native Texas (not Dallasite), Lori was visiting one of her favorite spots on the Texas Colorado River and came across wild onions that she remembers harvesting as a child with her mom.  This time around, she picked up the onions and turned them into a delicious Texas Colorado River Wild Onion Pita Pizza.

Here is her recipe:

Drizzle olive oil on pita
Add chopped tomatoes
Add sliced wild spring onions from the Colorado River in Texas
Sprinkle with oregano and thyme
Dribble (Lori’s word – cute!) with Italian Tavola pesto in a tube
Sprinkle with Parmesan Cheese
Bake in a 400 degree oven for 10 minutes
Sounds delicious to me!  And if her recipes are anywhere nearly as great as her haircuts, this one is definitely a winner!