My Pie Monday

Glimpse pizzas made by fellow Slice'rs.

My Pie Monday: Smoked Pork Jowl Pie, Spanakopita, Asian Pear Pizza, and More!

Slideshow SLIDESHOW: My Pie Monday: Smoked Pork Jowl Pie, Spanakopita, Asian Pear Pizza, and More!

What are you waiting for? Get in here and peruse this week's round-up of homemade pizzas. We've got some real beauties today from the My Pie Monday crew!

This week, TXCraig1 gets cheeky with a 50 second smoked pork jowl and basil pie. We've got a bar pie from Adam Kuban and a sourdough pepperoni pizza from Alannaface. Andris and Imtopher unveil four-cheese pies, while Fornographer and IainPie share two simple and stunning Margheritas. Derricktung talks chicken tandoori, JimmyG adds some spice to his onions and mushrooms, and Amusebouche1 combines Asian pear, brie, and muenster. We have not one but two pies from Okaru, since a certain someone left off his pizza last week. Sorry, Okaru! The spanakopita sounds amazing!

Want to contribute to My Pie Monday? Just take one horizontal snapshot of your homemade pizza, briefly describe your cooking method, and follow these instructions to get it to Slice HQ by 8pm EST on Thursday night. Be sure to let us know your Slice/Serious Eats username!

Looking for inspiration? Find dozens of recipes and home kitchen adaptations on our Pizza-Making Guide or peruse our collection of past contributions.

Even if you're not baking your own pies, we want to know about the ones you're eating. Jump on the My Best Slice train and help us spotlight all the great pizza being enjoyed across the country. We don't care whether it's a humble corner slice or a fancy-pants pie, so long as you can tell us what makes it memorable. Send a photo and short description to pizza@seriouseats.com!

About the author: Niki Achitoff-Gray is the editor of Slice and a part-time student at the Institute of Culinary Education. She's pretty big into pizza. Also, she likes offal. A lot.

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