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Old 08-11-2012, 09:27 PM   #121
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That part is pretty nice too...how much is left in the basement?

Possibly egg rings.
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Possibly egg rings.
Guess I'll have to find someone else to beg from
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Possibly egg rings.
I have a couple of them. Used them last night to make poached eggs on toast.
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Tuna cans or biscuit cookie cutters are a good substitute.
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Guess I'll have to find someone else to beg from
There's still time and Kathleen still has one click shopping on Amazon.
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There's still time and Kathleen still has one click shopping on Amazon.
Catch up with me next May

I could always de-clutter my kitchen in your direction...
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Catch up with me next May

I could always de-clutter my kitchen in your direction...

Ack!

No...
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Dunno...there's some pretty neat junk heirlooms out there.
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Old 08-27-2012, 08:37 PM   #129
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Savory Italian Sausage Sammiches

How's this for being on it like a Hobo on a Ham Sammich?

Made a few of these using left over Grilled Italian Sausages. Long B-Day weekend. Too much food. Nice to get back to normality again. My house has been a rockin' ;) Our youngest turned 18. WOOT! That's my guy! We really did it up for him. He still doesn't get my car.

Roasted Roma Tomatoes, Onions, fresh Garlic and a little bit of olive oil. Oregano, Basil,Kosher Salt, fresh ground Black Pepper. Mozzarella cheese.
Sliced white bread.

Using the top cutter cut out the bottom and top.
slice up the Italian Sausage into thin slices.

Add the bottom crust to the pie maker, use the pusher to get that bad boy snuggled in good!
Add a few pinches of Mozzarella Cheese, Italian Sausage, top it off with the Roasted Tomatoes. Add a little more cheese.
Top it with the top piece of bread.

Bake them about 10-15 minutes until they are to you liking in color. These were baked for 12 minutes.

LUNCH TIME! Eat up!!





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OMG! Munky!!! Those look fantastic! I am just shy some sausage, mozzarella. bread, tomatoes, onions...
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