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Old 12-06-2011, 11:28 AM   #11
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Well what do you do *then* with all that wonderful bread you make? We must have soppy meals!
I make garlic bread for tomato sauce sopping or just for poops and giggles. LOL I really don't do much sopping. BUT I do love garlic bread. I like to use it as a base for french bread pizza. And roast beef sandwiches.
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Old 12-06-2011, 11:41 AM   #12
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I make garlic bread for tomato sauce sopping or just for poops and giggles. LOL I really don't do much sopping. BUT I do love garlic bread. I like to use it as a base for french bread pizza. And roast beef sandwiches.
I have a "Pizzazz" Pizza making machine. It makes awesome pizza from regular pizza dough, but I also like to use it for making open faced sandwiches and bread slice pizza. I haven't tried using french bread slices yet, but now that you've given me the idea, I'll be doing that soon.

I'll report back on how it works!

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Old 12-06-2011, 11:59 AM   #13
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I have a "Pizzazz" Pizza making machine. It makes awesome pizza from regular pizza dough, but I also like to use it for making open faced sandwiches and bread slice pizza. I haven't tried using french bread slices yet, but now that you've given me the idea, I'll be doing that soon.

I'll report back on how it works!

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Don't cut into slices. Just split the french bread longways and make garlic bread under the broiler. THEN top the garlic bread with you fav pizza toppings and into oven or under broiler again to melt/brown the cheese.
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Old 12-06-2011, 12:04 PM   #14
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Don't cut into slices. Just split the french bread longways and make garlic bread under the broiler. THEN top the garlic bread with you fav pizza toppings and into oven or under broiler again to melt/brown the cheese.
Thanks for the clarification! I can still make that work using the Pizzazz machine! My oven has been broken for quite some time.

I'm shopping for a really nice electric oven/range. I haven't found one that I like yet, so I'm using my counter-top appliances instead of a regular oven.

It's a challenge sometimes.
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Thanks for the clarification! I can still make that work using the Pizzazz machine! My oven has been broken for quite some time.

I'm shopping for a really nice electric oven/range. I haven't found one that I like yet, so I'm using my counter-top appliances instead of a regular oven.

It's a challenge sometimes.
I have a GE Profile range/oven. The range is gas and has 3 grates on top - a long middle burner that has an extra non stick plate you can switch the grate out so you can use the middle burner for a griddle. The oven is gas and has regular bake PLUS convection bake and convection roast (I LOVE the convection roast but rarely use convection bake), Plus a second warming oven (electric) that goes up to 400F. (I have never used it. I use the draw as storage for the broiler pan and my no stick crepe pans).
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I have a GE Profile range/oven. The range is gas and has 3 grates on top - a long middle burner that has an extra non stick plate you can switch the grate out so you can use the middle burner for a griddle. The oven is gas and has regular bake PLUS convection bake and convection roast (I LOVE the convection roast but rarely use convection bake), Plus a second warming oven (electric) that goes up to 400F. (I have never used it. I use the draw as storage for the broiler pan and my no stick crepe pans).
That oven/range sounds great, msmofet, but I don't need one that fancy. A simple electric oven/range with no frills will work for everything I make.
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mmmm need to make this -
be a bad girl and add parm cheese and a lil heavy cream and some mushrooms even yummier
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mmmm need to make this -
be a bad girl and add parm cheese and a lil heavy cream and some mushrooms even yummier
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