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Tortellini stuffed with spinach in a very light marinara sauce.

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Home alone for the next 8 days so I have a pizza in the oven tonight. :mellow:

Hopefully you won't get yourself into any trouble without your better half there to keep an eye on you. -_- :blush:

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Home alone for the next 8 days so I have a pizza in the oven tonight. :mellow:

Hopefully you won't get yourself into any trouble without your better half there to keep an eye on you. -_- :blush:

Too smart to do really dumb shit, too dumb to do better.

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The lady made a damn fine Morrocan coucous with lamb tonight.

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Leek and chives risotto.

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Sammich!

Cappicola, mortadella, provolone, lettuce, tomato, olive oil and vinegar served on fresh bread courtesy of Joe's Sicilian.

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Frittata with broccoli rape, cubanelle peppers, a little pancetta, and Grana Padano.

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Eating a meal Ann put in the freezer before she left for El Salvador. She is too good to me. :)

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Leftover leek and chives risotto fried into crispy pancake and accompanied by a romaine lettuce, watermelon, Morrocan oil-cured olive, and red onion salad with a sherry vinegar and olive oil dressing.

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Boiled red beans with sweet potatoes and pounded black sesame seeds.

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Karl Denson - McDonald's combo meal #2 :bwallace:

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Pizza on the grill.

One with just tomato and basil, the other with capicola.

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Trying out a seafood place a few blocks away that I've never been to before (Lure).

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Grilling sausage tonight.

Not code. :)

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liquid dinner-i bought a fancy frozen taro tea smoothie with tapioca bubbles in it at the overpriced cheesy tea store downstairs (tea bar?) and dumped a bunch of rum into it.

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Oklahoma Joe's. Making the KC BBQ rounds one final time before I move on Monday.

I'll be having the pulled pork sammich w/slaw on top.

I am going to miss the BBQ! :(

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Trying out a seafood place a few blocks away that I've never been to before (Lure).

Not bad, but not recommended. Jack's Luxury has a way better raw bar, and Aquagrill is way better for cooked fish... and they are both cheaper.

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Pizza on the grill.

One with just tomato and basil, the other with capicola.

Any hair left on your hands?

We were going to do Pizza on the grill last friday, but the rest of the family went out to the lake, while I stayed home had a pbj and worked. All for the best as we had a short by very intense thunderstorm right about dinner time. Maybe next week.

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Pizza on the grill.

One with just tomato and basil, the other with capicola.

Any hair left on your hands?

We were going to do Pizza on the grill last friday, but the rest of the family went out to the lake, while I stayed home had a pbj and worked. All for the best as we had a short by very intense thunderstorm right about dinner time. Maybe next week.

How do you grill a pizza? You grill burgers, cheekin, steak, suspects, but, I ain't never heard of grilling a pizza. You mean just heating it up?

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Pizza on the grill.

One with just tomato and basil, the other with capicola.

Any hair left on your hands?

We were going to do Pizza on the grill last friday, but the rest of the family went out to the lake, while I stayed home had a pbj and worked. All for the best as we had a short by very intense thunderstorm right about dinner time. Maybe next week.

How do you grill a pizza? You grill burgers, cheekin, steak, suspects, but, I ain't never heard of grilling a pizza. You mean just heating it up?

I've done it a couple of ways.

One is to prepare your pizza and bake in the oven at 450 degrees F until the pizza is almost cooked. That could take anywhere from 10-30 minutes.

Then I throw it on the grill to finish the bottom off.

Another way is to again bake it at 450 until it sets and can be taken off of the pan. Place it on the grill (I use a pizza stone here) until it starts to brown. Flip it over and put your toppings on the cooked side. When everything looks cooked it's done. I brush the dough with olive oil either before or after I take it out of the oven.

It's smart to have a pizza peel and a stone.

I've never had success grilling it from start to finish. Always seems to end up under or over cooked.

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g_d aquagrill is v delicious.

Agreed, but on the weekends I always feel like they are rushing me, even if I have a reservation and am buying drinks, etc. The service was friendlier at Lure, but it isn't in the same league food-wise.

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