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Old 06-23-2009, 06:37 AM   #21
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although pizza night sounds really good too.... I guess I could always save the soup for lunch tomorrow. I've been wanting to try a new pizza dough recipe, do you have a decent recommendation? Thanks!
Wow, that soup looks good!! And you even had oyster crackers on the side!!! My Mom always did that when I was growing up... brings back memories!
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Old 06-23-2009, 06:40 AM   #22
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I don't know what time dh will be home for dinner, so I just baked off the pizza.......

besides it's just us dogs here
What great pictures, beth. I love the dog photos. Your pizza looks to-die-for! YUM!
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Roast Salmon and Cabbage & Green Bean Stir-Fry
My favorite fish!! That looks good, and I love the sound of a cabbage and green bean stir-fry!


I had some leftover chicken pot pie, and Mark had a big garden salad with ranch dressing. Later on for a snack, I had some Cheez-It mix.
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David has built a wood burning oven in our courtyard here in Periana....we make pizzas in it regularily....its quite a lot of work to build the fire and get it up to temperature but I can tell you I have never tasted pizzas as delicious. I make the dough in a breadmaker and it works great. I make a big batch and freeze what I dont need. Although its amazing how our friends seem to have a second sense when we are about to fire up the oven, and just seem to turn up. I dont have to freeze much of the dough
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