We love pizza, and the missus came up with a flavorful variation on crust. After rolling out the dough, she paints it with olive oil, and gives it a generous sprinkling of Himalayan salt. Then into the oven to pre-bake the crust. After it is browned, out of the oven, flipped over, and topped with whatever strikes your fancy. When you take a bite of the crispy pie, your tongue immediately senses a mild burst of the salt immediately followed by the full flavors of the toppings.
Grinding salt onto the olive oil based crust, then into the oven to pre-bake a crisp crust.
After flipping the crust so that it is salt side down (baked side up), adding the toppings - white sauce, spinach, mushrooms, grilled chicken breast, and caramelized onion (plus plenty of cheese of course).
Back into the oven to bake the toppings
Not part of the baking, but definitely part of the party. We have a problem with bugs in north Idaho and for $30 I found this netting that sits atop your outdoor umbrella, making a perfect place to enjoy your outdoor cooking without yellow jackets, flies, etc. The view is a bonus.