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fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 17,990
edited 9:16AM in EggHead Forum
made the bread, pasta, chourico, shrimp fra diavolo, casserole that i was craving after depriving my self for all these months. no need for sweets unless we are talking buca. could i have gotten more carbs in one dish

my favorite pie plate

some cabot cheddar

ziti with some chourico and spiced up sauce

some shrimp

some seafood stuffing and butter

plated but undercooked, back into a 650 degree egg

cravings satisfied, should have taken pics of the flaming shots


  • MickeyMickey Posts: 16,654
    Would that be indirect?
    Salado TX Egg Family: 2 Large and a very well used Mini, just added a Mini Max (I'm good for now). 

  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,383
    Now that my droolin' has done in yet another keyboard, I'll not look at another of your posts (but I might just peek)! Hope your creel stays filled this summer! 8 - ),,,,
  • FidelFidel Posts: 10,171
    So, how's the weight loss going this week fish? :evil:

    That thing looks delicious.
  • Lawn RangerLawn Ranger Posts: 5,466
  • MaineggMainegg Posts: 7,787
    no freakin fair!! :evil: I am at work and the large egg here is not unpacked from winter storage yet! I have tomorrow off and bread bowls with cheese steak are on the menu for dinner tomorrow night.
  • Weekend WarriorWeekend Warrior Posts: 1,702
    I'm betting he's cutting back on his daily intake of adult beverages to offset the calorie count in that(looks at next to last photo again), er, well, maybe not! :woohoo:
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 17,990
    i used fire bricks on a lower grid, a thick soapstone on a really raised grid. guess thats double inderect.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 17,990
    split some fried proscuito chunks with the dog sunday morning and some glazed wings sunday night with dad and back on the cheap beer. seeemed to have lost a pound :laugh: its NO FOOD MONDAY though.

    found something interesting, fishing while standing burns 302 calories an hour. figure 20 hours this weekend of excersize, i didnt know i was excercising. :laugh: now with my legs all tensed up with a bad back i may even be burning more, sciatica down both legs
  • JLOCKHART29JLOCKHART29 Posts: 5,897
    Nicley done! I like the ring of shrimp in the pic. Really makes it. ;)
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    fishlessman: Read your post on Friday about the Bread Bowl Pasta and was inspired (Linky for my post: HERE ). Mine didn't turn out nearly as good as I had imagined it would, but there is potential here for a great creation. As I said, "What's not to like? Fresh bread, pasta, cheese, tomato sauce, and sausage. All in one." My wife thought what I made was pretty good, but I think it paled by comparison to that work of art you created. Please give a detailed recipe if you don't mind. I want to try this again. Hopefully approaching something like the one you made.
  • fishlessmanfishlessman Posts: 17,990
    i used this as the sauce with a couple jalapenos halved in it, didnt add the shrimp to the sauce. i did add a little more white wine and a squirt of honey and some browned crumbled chourico sausage to it.
    layerd everything as shown with alot of sharp cheddar cheese on bottom and a little between the pasta and shrimp. cooked raised grid with fire bricks down below and a pizza stone raised above with the pie plate sitting on the pizza stone at 400 degrees. i think the seafood stuffing really kicked it up, our supermarket really makes a great seafood stuffing mix. the shrimp was still raw in the middle when i first took it off, raised the temps to about 650 and put it back in for a few. i used a whole dough ball from the supermarket and had enough pasta left over to have on the side but i never measured the ziti just tossed some in the boiling water ti; it looked like enough. i didnt have the bread bowl recipe with me when i went shopping so just picked up things that looked good to me
  • BuxwheatBuxwheat Posts: 727
    Thanks, that helps. I was mainly curious about the dough and how much to use. That and how much pasta. I ended up eyeballing the pasta when I realized that there was no way 2 cups would fit. Also, that's a good idea for the setup for the cook. A lot of folks use a pizza stone on a plate setter w/ feet in between. I don't have a plate setter, but I got fire bricks and an adjustable rig. I should be able to get the same thing going. Still have half a ball of dough left, so I'm going to give a try again. Hopefully mine will turn out as sweet looking as that fra diavolo of yours!
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