For the flat bread I use my pizza dough recipe that I've used, like, foreverrr. Love it and it has never failed me. Note: Flat Bread from start to finish should not take more than 2 hours - so it's easy and darn pretty to look at!!!)
Prepare the dough and turn out on the counter. Divide the dough in half (you will only need half the dough for the flat bread - save the other half that will keep in the fridge for a couple of days)
While the dough is proofing, make your balsamic and olive oil dressing. I just kind of make up my own ratio of Olive oil to balsamic vinegar to taste, then add pepper, and a little sugar to sweeten the heart. Set this aside.
Use a spray olive oil on a baker's pan before laying out the strips on the pan. Bake approximately 10 minutes and remove from oven. Next spread a little melted butter on the warm flat bread. Then sprinkle a little shredded mozzarella over the bread. Return to oven for five or six minutes, or until the flat bread is a warm golden brown at the edges.
Sprinkle flat bread with crumbled gorgonzola (I use crumbed blue cheese for a sharper taste). Then arrange your thinly sliced pears over the top of the flat bread. Place the pan under the broiler for a few minutes, careful not to burn the crust, just enough to give a bit of heat to the pears.
Arrange the spring leaf lettuce over the top and crumbled gorgonzola (or blue cheese). Then drizzle a your prepared balsamic dressing over the toppings (not too much). With a pizza cutter slice the flat bread into strips before serving! Tom and I eat this as a meal and it's wonderful. ENJOY!