My in laws bought us a bread machine (Emeril by T-Fal), and it sat unused for a year, so today I opened it up for the first time and decided to make some pizza with it. I think I messed up by not using warm water (I let it come to room temp first). Also the recipe called for veggie oil in the bread machine. I think EVOO would have been better. And I think I used the wrong type of yeast. And I should've sprinkled some Italian seasonings into the mixture. After the machine finished with the dough (after an hour and a half), I removed it and kneaded it a little and then I spread it on a sheet pan (that I had rubbed some EVOO on) and then I rubbed some EVOO on top of the crust and then covered it in a cloth and let it sit for 15 minutes. Then I spread some homemade style marinara sauce on it (from our local Italian deli) and topped it with some hand sliced Gallo salami, pepperoni, diced garlic, some banana peppers and mozzarella. I baked it for 23 minutes at 400 degrees F. I think I made some blunders, but it still came out awesome. Most of the recipes differ. And while there is a pizza dough setting on the machine, the recipe book that came with it didn't have a recipe for pizza dough (unless they meant for you to use the basic bread recipe). So I just grabbed a bread machine pizza dough off the internet. Some recipes call for rolling the dough into a ball and oiling it and letting it sit for 30-45 minutes, but I didn't do that. I only let it sit for 15 minutes after I had kneaded it and spread it out in the pan. Kinda confusing as to all the variations, but it still came out great. I think we'll be using this bread machine a lot. I think next time, I will fine tune it and not make the mistakes, and I will work with the dough to make it thinner. It's all brand new to me.