9 Quick and Delicious Sheet-Pan Dinners
The mighty sheet pan could be the most versatile item in your kitchen. It's big enough to hold an entire meal, and its low, inch-high sides makes it perfect for roasting foods without steaming them.
Pizza You Won't Find at Your Local Slice Shop
We hear so much about pizza stones, but a baking sheet can also turn out crisp crust—the trick is to preheat the sheet in the oven, and then dust it with cornmeal before laying the dough on top, so the finished pie slides off easily. You can use homemade or store-bought pizza dough; they'll both taste outrageously good with this recipe from Feast: Generous Vegetarian Meals for Any Eater and Every Appetite
by Sarah Copeland. You top the pie with a few thin slices of creamy robiola cheese, shaved Brussels sprouts, salty ricotta salata, toasted walnuts and a drizzle of honey for a sweet and savory supper.
Get the recipe: Robiola, Shaved Brussels Sprouts and Walnut Pizza