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Old 03-28-2008, 06:20 AM   #511
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thanks for more yummy ideas cleo and I am glad to hear it can be done with zucchini as my DH always over plants and then I end up with tons of it and try to give it away! LOL
Summer will be good this time round with these ideas for it!
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Old 03-28-2008, 09:43 AM   #512
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Has anyone tried using this dough to make a quiche????
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Old 03-28-2008, 09:47 AM   #513
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Molly-- Heyheyhey! The pans with holes are a nightmare. I've never liked mine. I'm selling it in a yard sale, in fact! I highly don't recommend those pans. I spent an hour cleaning out all of the bloody little holes.
Thank goodness I kept looking until I found one without the wholes. I found a nice 'old fashion' pizza pan at Linens N Things.

Sigh.... you get my domestic juices flowing with those pics!
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Old 03-28-2008, 10:16 AM   #514
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You want to hear something hilarious? So I bought a new round pizza pan today... and then ran over it with the shopping cart.

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Molly-- Heyheyhey! The pans with holes are a nightmare. I've never liked mine. I'm selling it in a yard sale, in fact! I highly don't recommend those pans. I spent an hour cleaning out all of the bloody little holes.

LOL. . . I was just thinking "I don't think mine was that hard to clean."

Then I remembered I didn't get it into the washer load last night.

I think I'm going to try the flipping method. From what everyone is saying, it sounds like I just didn't leave it in long enough. I used the pizza pan so I could spread it out as evenly as possible, but "crispy" ended about an inch in from the outer edges. Everything else was pale and damp on the bottom.

Now I have an excuse to try it again tonight. Eggggcellent.

Except that I was up 2 lbs this morning, probably from the salty pepperoni and canadian bacon. I love pepperoni. . .
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Old 03-28-2008, 02:14 PM   #517
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Old 03-28-2008, 06:39 PM   #518
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Tuscan-- aren't I so lame?

I was pushing the cart through the parking lot and heard a sound like a hubcap hitting the concrete. Then a thubump. I looked down and there was this total cart wheel mark/crease through the pan.

This is the pizza I made tonight with the new pan... (It's a big pan!)



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Hey Cleo!

Your pizza looks amazing!! The pan doesn't look any worse for the wear!

So, did you use a DOUBLE batch for your new honkin' big pan?
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Cleo - so did you double the recipe??
Measure the pan for me please!
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I used a *pinky to the lip a la Dr Evil* triple batch.


Granted, I had to bake longer at 425 after the initial crust bake, and then it needed to rest on the counter after that to solidify, but it was a hit! There are only 2 slices left. Everyone had some! I bought the pan at WalMart for $4!
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The pan is 16" long. I guess it's not that big... You know how the camera adds 5"...
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I used a *pinky to the lip a la Dr Evil* triple batch.


Granted, I had to bake longer at 425 after the initial crust bake, and then it needed to rest on the counter after that to solidify, but it was a hit! There are only 2 slices left. Everyone had some! I bought the pan at WalMart for $4!
wow I have that pan, I bought it recently. It would make a HUGE pizza. lol I can't even imagine a pizza that big. I bought some of the goodies to make some pizzas just realized I forgot the pepperoni () anyways...When I do get to make them I also bought some mozzarella string cheese I am thinking of trying to make it stuffed crust with this crust. Because I SOOOO miss stuffed crust pizza!
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O gosh! Do not even MENTION stuffed crust pizza! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! If you get that to work PLEASE do share!!
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The pan is 16" long. I guess it's not that big... You know how the camera adds 5"...

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bought myself a potato ricer today to make it easier to do the cauli cos sick of grated nails in it lol

am going to try it with cheddar instead of mozzarella see how that works cos i prefer the taste.. will let u all know when i do it
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That is the funniest thing I've heard all week!
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Ok, here's my pizza! Wish I had read all the posts before I made it because mine was a little soggy in the middle too. But still tasted great. Next time I'll cook longer, make smaller, and/or flip over. The crispy parts were absolutely delicious! As you can see, I DON'T mess around with the pepperoni. A great recipe and thoroughly enjoyable!


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Old 03-30-2008, 04:48 AM   #529
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Hi Ocean!! Great to see you here g/f!! Glad you enjoyed Cleo's pizza...you can make it with Broccoli and Zuccunni also. I am going to try it with Broccoli sometime this week for a change.

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Old 03-30-2008, 05:46 AM   #530
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Really messed up on my second pizza but in my defense my oven is wacko....I thought I was OK with the temp but it burned on the edges at about 15 min cooking time....sigh...ds son and I ate it anyway LOL
He said it was good in the parts that weren't burnt!
Next time...more spray on the pan and maybe finally break down and buy that stupid oven thermometer
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{{{mac}}} I have been worried about you! Are you feeling better? I emailed you to find out where you went. I knew you guys had been ill.

Ocean-- that looks fantastic! Another trick for a more dry crust would be to let it rest on the counter post the first baking. The longer the pizza sits, the more it settles and dries out. Of course, you risk a crispier pizza...
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How did it take me almost two months to hear about this?! OMG, I can't wait to try it! Thanks Cleo!!!
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[COLOR="Purple"]Hi Mac! Thanks for the welcome! How have you been? Miss you on SS-man it's so quiet over there lately! I dunno about the broccoli crust...maybe someday.

Thanks for the tip Cleo. Next time I'll definitely let it sit out. It was yummy the way it was, if it gets crispy then it will be out of this world![/COLOR]
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O gosh! Do not even MENTION stuffed crust pizza! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH! If you get that to work PLEASE do share!!
I think I'm going to try making this tomorrow night. *fingers crossed*


I was just in your town Friday. I shopped till I dropped!
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Oh gosh, lemme know how it turns out!

What did ya buy? I want to do a shopping trip myself but have been trying to be good and not spend too much money!
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I made a Walmart run tonight and bought 16 pkgs of cauliflower. I cannot believe it is only 99 cents a lb. The store I used to buy it from is $3.54 for a 2 lb package. Lots and lots of pizza and lasagna ahead for DH and I.

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Dang, RVLady-- that is an excellent price! I can't even find it that cheap at Wal-Mart! Way to score!

I'm thinking I need to grow stuff in my yard to make pizza.

Who says pizza doesn't grow on trees? Or in the dirt?!
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LOL Cleo
You better be really patient and an excellent gardener...califlower is not exactly the easiest veggie to grow LOL
However zucchini is and that is a good thing!
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Oh gosh, lemme know how it turns out!

What did ya buy? I want to do a shopping trip myself but have been trying to be good and not spend too much money!

I went to Walmart, Target, Sams, Big Lots, CVS and ate at golden corral and couldn't tell you what I bought (don't remember) except salad at sams. lol I spent too much $ as usual.

I did buy mineral makeup at CVS because they had a BOGO free offer so it made it cheap!

and I am trying to grow cauliflower! So we'll see. I wish it was still 99 cents here. I usually get it for 1.19 or so for 16 oz bag and buy maybe 4 at a time.
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alrighty I made pizza tonight because I was going to play keno with some women and they always have stuff I can't eat so I like to be full before I go. The pizza always fills me up for the rest of the night!

So I made the stuffed crust that I mentioned. It was good! BUT I'd cook it longer than I did. I was kind of rushed since I had to leave so at first the cheese was stringy but then it was cold. I have no specific recipe other than I mixed up the cauliflower crust mixture as usual and cut mozzarella sticks into I cooked the bottom crust before layering the mozzarella sticks on and then molded some crust around them and cooked it which worked better than I ever expected. My daughter said it looked like something you'd order out for. I have pix but don't mind the scorched parchment paper. lol

I also made a supreme for my hubby since thats his favorite with salads on side. It was funny I went to my keno game and what were they having but takeout pizza and salads. lol So I already had it no cravings!

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the cheese was too cold at this point I should have reheated it.

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