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Old 01-03-2011, 10:30 PM   #41
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I had a plastic bag of Trader Joe's pizza dough that was about to go south, so I made Calzone's with Costco's delicious smoked pulled pork, some bottled Jack Daniel's barbecue sauce, sliced onions and some sliced Mozzarella. It wasn't very Italian except for the Mozzarella but it was really good with a big green salad, and a nice change from holiday food. The Calzone's were really pretty with an egg wash before baking. I'll sure do this again, as they were the first attempt at Calzone's........the possibilities are endless.
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Old 01-03-2011, 10:38 PM   #42
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I had a plastic bag of Trader Joe's pizza dough that was about to go south, so I made Calzone's with Costco's delicious smoked pulled pork, some bottled Jack Daniel's barbecue sauce, sliced onions and some sliced Mozzarella. It wasn't very Italian except for the Mozzarella but it was really good with a big green salad, and a nice change from holiday food. The Calzone's were really pretty with an egg wash before baking. I'll sure do this again, as they were the first attempt at Calzone's........the possibilities are endless.
Which dough was it? Plain, garlic or whole wheat?
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I had leftover baked chicken coated in corn flake crumbs, cold broccoli and steamed rice. Very good yet somewhat healthy.
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Which dough was it? Plain, garlic or whole wheat?
I had the plain, MsM, have you used the others? I may get the garlic next time, but the whole wheat sounds just to healthy for me to try.
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Old 01-04-2011, 03:20 PM   #45
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I had the plain, MsM, have you used the others? I may get the garlic next time, but the whole wheat sounds just to healthy for me to try.
I tried the garlic and the whole wheat which were fantastic!! Haven't tried the plain.
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