We are still up and running… for delivery only.

For the safety and well being of our staff and our customers, we will not be attending farmers markets until further notice. The good news is: we deliver pizza crusts and kits!

For home delivery, simply make a request HERE to get started. Due to the tremendous support we have had these past few weeks, our schedule for deliveries will now be Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays only. We need more time to bake!

And during this trying time, we will waive our delivery fee to customers within 12 miles of Silver Spring.


Making pizza at home can be an all-day affair. We’ve figured out the hard part, the crust… so you can enjoy a home made pizza with your family and friends whenever you want!

Our hand-stretched, fully-baked crusts and pizza kits are available at these farmers markets in Maryland:

  • Every Saturday in Kensington, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm, all year round.
  • Every 1st and 3rd Sunday in Greenbelt, 10:00 am – 2:00 pm  (3rd Sundays only all winter for pre-order and pick-up.)
  • Every 2nd and 4th Sunday in Olney, 9:00 am – 1:00 pm (March 8 and 22, weather permitting)

Reserve ahead and pick up at the market!… Home Delivery available!

Big Announcement!

Tag Team Kitchen will be opening our own kitchen and retail space in Kensington, Maryland this spring 2020!


Phase 1 will focus on building the commercial kitchen. Phase 2 involves an up-front retail space where customers can buy our pizza crusts and kits, plus an expanding menu of items. We will also feature for sale the products of other food businesses that will share our kitchen.

A Trio of Non-Wheat Pizzas

Brought to you by our “Crustomers”

We ask for your photos all the time, and here are some really unique ones!

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Everything on a Brown Rice and Buckwheat crust


Goat cheese, carrots, onion, and bell pepper, seasoned with sea salt, black pepper, garlic powder and garam masala, (whoa) on an Almond and Cassava crust.

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Spinach, olives, broccoli, yellow pepper, onion, and mozzarella on a Cauliflower crust.

Dessert, anyone?…


Strawberry Sauce and Mascarpone Cheese, oh boy.

Local strawberry season is upon us! Since I haven’t put them on a pizza yet, nor tried a dessert pizza, I had to remedy that, asap. The recipe below features products from vendors at the NIH Farmers Market that we attend. Here’s what I did:

I grated the zest of half a lemon and mixed it with about a third of a cup of mascarpone cheese. To that, I added a couple teaspoons of honey from Randalia Farm. You can taste it to see if you want to add more lemon zest or honey. I put this mixture in the fridge to keep it cold and allow the mascarpone to infuse with the lemon zest.

I chopped up about a cup to one-and-a-half cups strawberries that I got from Linda Vista Farm. I put the strawberries in a small saucepan, and added about one tablespoon of honey. The sweetness level is to my taste, and if you want it sweeter, that’s your call, but it also depends on how sweet the strawberries might be. I cooked the strawberries and honey on medium high heat until the mixture had thickened. At first the juice from the strawberries was pretty thin, but after about 10 minutes it started to look syrupy, like I wanted it.

I preheated my oven to 400 degrees, then applied the strawberry “sauce” to one of our small Classic pizza crusts. I baked it in the oven for about 10 minutes until the crust was golden brown on the edges. I dolloped the mascarpone mixture after removing the pizza from the oven, and it melted quickly into creamy-rich pools that resembled fresh mozzarella!

My husband and I had planned to share this with Ben… but that didn’t happen. 😉 It was decadent, but not super sweet. A warm dessert, served right out of the oven at a dinner party, sounds special and really unique.

I think this would be great with blueberries prepared the same way. Next time, I will make cashew cream instead, as a non-dairy version, maybe flavored with cinnamon or nutmeg.

A rainy, windy Sunday marked our 3rd Anniversary!

This past Sunday was maybe the second-worst outdoor experience we have had as farmers market vendors. The first-worst drove us from the the market before it even opened! Nevertheless, it’s still a Happy Anniversary to say we are still at it, and looking forward to what the fourth year brings!

Ben and Sean continue to team up in the kitchen together – Ben prepping our dough, and Sean making sauce and shredding cheese. Ben is invaluable on baking days as my assistant, and enjoys socializing with vendors at our markets.

I anticipate that by the end of the year we will have sold 10,000 crusts since we started! A giant thank you goes out to our awesome pizza-loving “crustomers!” You make it all possible so we can continue to bake up purpose.

Peaches are still in season = Breakfast Pizza!


Fast, Hearty, Wholesome Farmers Market Food

Anytime I put food on the table that was made from ingredients I got solely from the farmers market, I call it Farmers Market Food. Only from a local orchard can you get really ripe peaches, or blueberries that taste like they are supposed to taste, and apple butter like no other.

You can get pizza crusts there, too. 🙂

I got the idea for this pizza from a nutritionist who visits one of our markets and gives out samples of Farmers Market Food she makes on the spot. She used our whole wheat crust as the base with some of McCleaf Orchard’s apple butter, peaches and blueberries. That’s, basically, all there is to it. After sampling, I had to make it at home.

I had breakfast ready in about 15 minutes.  That’s a snap for a weekend, and not too much time on a weekday, if you consider this would feed a few kids before they head off to school.

I washed and sliced a ripe, yet firm peach, leaving the skin on. When the oven was fully preheated to 400 degrees, I spread the apple butter on a large whole wheat crust, arranged the peaches, sprinkled on the blueberries, and placed the pizza directly on the oven rack for 10 minutes. Any longer and the blueberries would have burst open. I drizzled the pizza with honey and cinnamon before slicing, but you could skip that step if your apple butter is spiced and you don’t want to add any more sweetness.

This pizza was made in July when blueberries were still available at the farmers markets. But, I can imagine many different fruit combinations for whatever is in season. Thinly sliced apple comes to mind… maybe fresh figs, or other stone fruits. I can’t wait to try it again! In the mean time, enjoy another pic…