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Old 12-21-2010, 11:03 AM   #21
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Old 12-21-2010, 12:12 PM   #22
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Sausage, parsley, garlic, mozzarella and romano cheese.
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That looks delicious MsMofet. What is the bread part?
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That looks delicious MsMofet. What is the bread part?
That does look delicious. And what is the bread part?
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Thank you!! It's Homemade bread/pizza dough.
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Thank you!! It's Homemade bread/pizza dough.
I was hoping you'd say that. Easy.
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I think I will give it a try with home made biscuit dough. (less kneading - I'm lazy)
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I would think it will be to crumbly with biscuit dough. But I would be very interested in hearing how it turns out.

BTW I used Italian sweet fennel sausage. My aunt uses a combo of 2/3 sweet and 1/3 hot Italian sausage.
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I would think it will be to crumbly with biscuit dough. But I would be very interested in hearing how it turns out.

BTW I used Italian sweet fennel sausage. My aunt uses a combo of 2/3 sweet and 1/3 hot Italian sausage.
I would dice everything but the cheese and mix it into the quick bread dough and sprinkle the grated cheese on top. Yum!

I want quick breads, I just bought a too big can of Baking Powder and need to get it used, and quick breads are not as chewy as yeast doughs.

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