All of these things made me starting thinking about what I could do that would be super fast, and give me at least a bit of the similar textures from that pizza I love at 360 Pizzaria. I decided to grab a rustic loaf of bread from Trader Joe's, slice it thin, drizzle it with olive oil, add dollops of ricotta (because I don't actually like goat cheese), add a bit of salt and pepper and toss it in the oven 425F for 10 minutes until it was warm throughout.
I topped this with arugula greens and sliced peaches tossed in about a tablespoon of lemon juice and some olive oil and then some Jacobsen Salt and freshly ground pepper.
It was about 15 minutes to make and satisfied my craving. It was a perfect light meal, the bread was chewy and had a crispy edge, the arugula was peppery and cooling, the ricotta was warm and creamy, and the lemon was bright. I am definitely making this meal throughout the summer with various combinations of cheese and fruit.
FYI if you are looking for the perfect pepper and salt grinders I highly recommend these for both salt and pepper.