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Old 06-22-2006, 10:19 AM   #1
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Dinner Wed., 6/21

Well, so to better enjoy the longest day of the year (Summer Soltice was yesterday), I popped out & picked up a pizza. But boy, what a pizza! Definitely something I'm going to try to recreate at home. It was called a "Ranch Romano".From what I could glean from the (ahem. . .) several pieces I HAD to have in order to evaluate the ingredients, it looked like an olive-oil brushed thin crust topped with a 50-50 mix of grated mozzarella & romano cheese. Next came a thin layer of Ranch salad dressing. Final toppings were paper-thin slices of fresh tomato, chopped sauteed mushrooms, & chopped sauteed spinach. Had to be one of the best take-out pizzas I've had in a long time!!


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Old 06-22-2006, 10:38 AM   #2
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Having worked out in the yard yesterday for 10 1/2 hours I was beat and didn't feel like cooking. I'd planned on Teriayki Steak on the Grill yesterday but ultimately we ordered out and I opted for a grilled tenderloin instead.
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