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Old 02-10-2019, 01:17 PM   #31
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.
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Old 02-10-2019, 01:19 PM   #32
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.
Bummer on the head wound... Glad he is ok... A bit grumpy is an ok thing..

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Old 02-10-2019, 01:33 PM   #33
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.

Ohmygosh...that's really scary!! Thank goodness it wasn't worse!
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Old 02-10-2019, 01:35 PM   #34
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.
Get well soon Craig.
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Old 02-10-2019, 01:36 PM   #35
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Pepper, that's an unusual way to make Pizza. I've never seen that before. "Learn something new every day".
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Pepper, that's an unusual way to make Pizza. I've never seen that before. "Learn something new every day".
I sometimes I prebake a pizza crust with olive oil, thin coat of sauce and spices on a pizza pan. Then top prebaked crust with additional sauce, seasonings and toppings placed directly on the heated pizza stone to crisp bottom.
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.

Jeepers! That's a doozy..at least he is in the running for "Top Cooking Injuries"... A culinary head wound will be hard to beat..
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[QUOTE=Rocklobster;1583512]Jeepers! That's a doozy..at least he is in the running for "Top Cooking Injuries"... A culinary head wound will be hard to beat..[/QUOTE]


Ain't that the truth!
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We didn't get to have our priazzo. While bringing it inside from the grill, Craig tripped and fell, and the priazzo went upside down SPLAT! We, in fact, didn't get any dinner yesterday. It was very early this morning before we got to have "dinner." Craig tried to save the priazzo instead of himself and ended up with a bloody head wound, so we went to the ER. No concussion fortunately, but he's not a happy camper today.
OUCH! Hope Craig is ok.
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Old 02-10-2019, 02:19 PM   #40
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Interesting Pizza theory. I bet they aren't done at 500 degrees like mine.
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