Potato, Celery, and Gruyère Pie
Not quite a pizza, not really a gratin, this unconventional Franco-Italian mix is hard to categorize but easy to love. The combination of bread dough and potatoes may seem surprising, too; yet it's common in Europe. More Pizza Recipes
Try some thin-sliced fennel instead of some of the celery. You'll need a total of one-and-a-half cups of the sliced vegetables.
Pinotage is a grape unique to South Africa. It makes a soft, juicy, berry-flavored red wine with smoky accents akin to Syrah. A Pinotage will be lovely with the Gruyère in this dish.