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fightin tigers
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re: WFDT?


Thought about a quick sauté in a pan. I like the suggestion of thinner slices of the veggies.

Shrimp cooked perfect on the pizzas. Had concerns about the short cook time with them.






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Ole Geauxt
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In my best Paula Dean voice,,,"Night, yawwwwwwl"..


This post was edited on 4/8 at 10:21 pm


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Walt OReilly
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you make your own red sauce or is it from a jar?





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fightin tigers
Downtown Prairieville
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quote:

Message Posted by Walt OReilly you make your own red sauce or is it from a jar?


I have made it before, but for now it is jar (well Boboli pack).

More of a crust and toppings r&d






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TigerHam85
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I had a burger with bacon and fries.





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emboslice
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quote:

Still not happy with the veggies, seem a little under cooked.
I saute my veggies before I add them to the pizza. It makes a world of difference. If I were to wait for the veggies to cook to my liking, I would burn the rest of the pie!






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