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What I did with some of my July 4th weekend leftov

run4jcrun4jc Posts: 107
edited 1:32AM in EggHead Forum
(Edit of the first post - I keep losing my photos - I think the resolution was too high - hopefully it is now corrected.)

Did lots of cooking this weekend - it was the end of a vacation week so I had time to experiment. One night I cooked smoked sausage and chicken breats. We didn't come anywhere near eating it all, so I decided it was time for some pizza.
My wife bought some ready made whole wheat crusts and some jar sauce (I know - lazy - but it is actually pretty good.)
Sliced up the sausage and the chicken and grated some parmesan cheese to mix with mozarella...

Here's a link to the photos below - a bit larger

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Here's the Egg ready to cook

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Smoked Sausage Pizza Ready to cook!

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Smoked Chicken Pizza Ready to cook!

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Serious Fire!!

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Chicken Pizza Ready!

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Sausage Pizza Ready

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Check out the crust!!

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Family said it was some of the very best pizza they ever ate! Tonight I'm going to take about 2 pounds of leftover pork loin (somewhat dry) and chop it, put a bit of broth with it, put it in a pan and slow 'warm' it on the egg for a couple of hours at 250. I'll keep it moist with broth and maybe add some sauce near the end.

Egg on!

Comments

  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,358
    Thanks for making my day! Now I have to clean all the slobber & drool off my keyboard! : - )~~~ Appreciated the visual!!
  • Mike in AbitaMike in Abita Posts: 3,302
    Nothing wrong with canned sauce. Lately I've been on a Gento's kick. Pretty good stuff. What brand did you try?

    Pictures look great. Thanks for sharing.
  • Big'unBig'un Posts: 5,909
    Very creative, and good looking za's!
  • run4jcrun4jc Posts: 107
    Believe it or not it was the Giant store brand - pretty darn good. I don't know what happened to my photos - this is twice they have disappeared.
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