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

run4jcrun4jc Posts: 107
edited 2:02AM 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

Here's the Egg ready to cook


Smoked Sausage Pizza Ready to cook!


Smoked Chicken Pizza Ready to cook!


Serious Fire!!


Chicken Pizza Ready!


Sausage Pizza Ready


Check out the crust!!


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!


  • RascalRascal Posts: 3,802
    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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