I had been wanting to make an avocado pizza. Finally my mind and our preparations aligned. We topped a pizza with simple tomato sauce, chunks of mozzarella, and dollops of guacamole (in the style of ricotta on a white pizza). The pie cooked up beautifully and ate well. Interestingly it left me craving not a guacamole pie, but an avocado pie. Thin slices of creamy fruit, lightly blistered from the heat of the oven, with its fat glistening on each piece, seasoned with coarse salt, and topped with grated cheese. I wish we had begun with the simple version instead of the more complex. A lesson worth learning again.