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Old 04-03-2011, 12:10 PM   #1
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I love to cook! Grilling or in the kitchen, I love to make people happy with food (especially me)! So, do you like to cook? Post your pics here!

I'll start. My wife was out of town this weekend, so I cooked pizza for the first time on the big green egg for the kids:



It was very good. Had a great smokey flavor.
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How about some sauteed catfish, shrimp and mushrooms over grits?

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I just had a frozen pizza

I did add onions, garlic and mushrooms.
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How about some sauteed catfish, shrimp and mushrooms over grits?

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You cooking? I'm brangin the sweet tea and Jack!!!!!!!!

Edit: Oh, I just saw you had pics. Holy sweet mother of pearl, that is awesome!!!!

Edit, edit: Did you use butter to cook in? Olive oil?

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I just had a frozen pizza

I did add onions, garlic and mushrooms.
Ain't nothing wrong with that! It's all about happy isn't it?
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OH I GET IT!!!!! Ok, that's cool! It's just fun to me, plus, the result is that when I'm done, I get to do one of the three things I'm good at: eating.

What hobbies do you have?
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The fiance and I are working on our own cookbook for family. trying great great grandmothers recipes from both sides... it's actually a load of fun, AND counts as doing stuff together.
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OH I GET IT!!!!! Ok, that's cool! It's just fun to me, plus, the result is that when I'm done, I get to do one of the three things I'm good at: eating.

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getting you too cook more pizza
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Totally inspired me Supahflid.
Made some of my own pizza's tonight.

I made 2 thincrust with pesto,green olives, brocolli and mozza.

And I had some leftover dough, so I made two pizza pockets (with the same topings)





Also, there's a picture of my pizza circ saw
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Also, there's a picture of my pizza circ saw
Now that's cool (or dorky)...but I like it
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Also, made these a while ago, this was a test. These are spicy vegan corndogs.

The batter didn't stick to the not-dogs all that well, and they didn't look that good, but damn, did they ever taste good.

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Also, there's a picture of my pizza circ saw
Oh and it's cordless too? I gotta get me one of those bad boy's Brutus.

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Totally inspired me Supahflid.
Made some of my own pizza's tonight.

I made 2 thincrust with pesto,green olives, brocolli and mozza.

And I had some leftover dough, so I made two pizza pockets (with the same topings)





Also, there's a picture of my pizza circ saw
Awesome! Love the saw! How long did you cook the roll-ups and at what temp? Those look really good!

I've got a twist on a pizza type thingy on the grill right now! I've been taking pics, so, when they are done, I'll post. I think y'all will like them!
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Also, made these a while ago, this was a test. These are spicy vegan corndogs.

The batter didn't stick to the not-dogs all that well, and they didn't look that good, but damn, did they ever taste good.

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Lol! Just pm me an address and I'll mail you a couple! Looks like you live in a great place for good pizza, so I can believe you wouldn't care anything about making your own.
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The fiance and I are working on our own cookbook for family. trying great great grandmothers recipes from both sides... it's actually a load of fun, AND counts as doing stuff together.
Like a big ole cookbook of love, huh? Those are always the best. Be sure to cook us up something and take some pics!
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Awesome! Love the saw! How long did you cook the roll-ups and at what temp? Those look really good!

I've got a twist on a pizza type thingy on the grill right now! I've been taking pics, so, when they are done, I'll post. I think y'all will like them!

Pizza pockets I do the same time as my normal pizza's. I go 15-18 minutes on about 375* or until the bottom looks good, then I stick it on the broiler for 2-3 minutes to brown up the top. Broiler ya gotta be careful with, as it always varies from oven to oven.
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Pizza pockets I do the same time as my normal pizza's. I go 15-18 minutes on about 375* or until the bottom looks good, then I stick it on the broiler for 2-3 minutes to brown up the top. Broiler ya gotta be careful with, as it always varies from oven to oven.
Fantastic. I may try to make them.

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