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Old 01-26-2010, 04:42 PM   #11
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I have some leftover meatballs and sauce, so I think I'll stop by the market on the way home for some meatball sub fixins!
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:00 PM   #12
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I have some leftover meatballs and sauce, so I think I'll stop by the market on the way home for some meatball sub fixins!

Mmm Mmm don't forget the provolone to melt over the top of them.
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:54 PM   #13
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Oh, yeah, that's a tasty thing to do! And I thought I was strange to do that. Gee, now I'm just strange!
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I have a three day poolish bubbling away, but I'm tired of making so many pizzas lately, so I may make a baguette and use it for French Onion Soup this evening. (And I've never made French Onion Soup before, so this could be fun!) I'm inspired from a Cook's Illustrated recipe.
Selkie, have you ever take some of your bread dough rolled it out and the made a loaf out of it filled with had torn ham,salami,pastrami and then hand torn jack,provolone? I sometimes paint the dough first with a grainy mustard just a little then I just roll it into a loaf put on a greased baking sheet cut several little slits on top and bake. My kids beg for it. Guess i need to get busy
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Selkie, have you ever take some of your bread dough rolled it out and the made a loaf out of it filled with had torn ham,salami,pastrami and then hand torn jack,provolone? I sometimes paint the dough first with a grainy mustard just a little then I just roll it into a loaf put on a greased baking sheet cut several little slits on top and bake. My kids beg for it. Guess i need to get busy
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No, I never have, but that sounds great! Thanks!
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:09 PM   #15
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:42 PM   #16
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Dinner tonight is going to be beef and broccoli stir fry served over either rice or ramen noodles (not sure yet).
Change of plans tonight as so was not feeling well or up to eating. Instead I made myself some cavatelli, melted some butter in some OO and chopped garlic and tossed it all toghether and then topped it with parmesean cheese and red pepper flakes.
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:46 PM   #17
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Selkie, have you ever take some of your bread dough rolled it out and the made a loaf out of it filled with had torn ham,salami,pastrami and then hand torn jack,provolone? I sometimes paint the dough first with a grainy mustard just a little then I just roll it into a loaf put on a greased baking sheet cut several little slits on top and bake. My kids beg for it. Guess i need to get busy
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I have done something similiar using pepperoni or sausage, mozerella and provolone, and a little tomato sauce.
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Old 01-26-2010, 06:53 PM   #18
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Got some running to do, spaghetti night here.
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my stomach is killing me i am having cream of chicken soup. everyone else is having what ever left overs or cereal.
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Well, the ceiling is painted (first coat) and I was able to remove some of the plastic from my cupboards so I could put the meatloaf (which I prepped on my washing machine!!!) and baker potatoes in the oven.

Taking Bethzaring's inspiration, I used a half and half beef/pork mixture, with egg, onion, my home dried italian herb mix, some of my BBQ sauce in and on, and a few other secret ingredients. I don't use flour, crumbs, etc. for binding because DH is intolerant so it is a very "meaty" freeform meatloaf.

Baked potatoes and peas are the sides....think we are going out for ice cream sundaes for dessert!
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