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Old 01-17-2009, 01:58 PM   #1
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Made an attempt at them last weekend. I have to leave the dough a little thicker next time. Not bad for my first try.











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Old 01-17-2009, 02:14 PM   #2
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Damn I just broke my last tooth knawing at my screen.
That looks great!
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Wow Nick, that looks great.
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Old 01-17-2009, 03:42 PM   #7
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Dang Nick you outdid yourself on that one. Looks scrumptious. Stombolis is my favorite. We used to buy some off this guy in a pizza delivery truck which looked like small Canoes of dough with the ends twisted up..then all the good stuff be piled up in there sorta open faced in the hollow area. Wow..them thangs were tasty. You ever seen or heard of one being served like that? Thanks.

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Old 01-17-2009, 03:49 PM   #8
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man that looks good ... love how much meat and cheese you piled in there ... gotta try this strombolit thing one of these days
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Looks like it came out awesome!! Those are so good!!!
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That last pic is a killer, Nick. Great job.

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Very nice Nick. I love closeups.
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Oh yes... that will do very nicely !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Looks tasty indeed. Looks like you had a little cheese blow out. I hate when that happens.

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Boy that looks some good! Looks easy too
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i dont know how I misses that yesterday. DAMN that looks good!!!!!!!!
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Drool factor of 9 out of 10.....if I was able to try it, it would probably be a 12!!
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Well he never did answer my question about the strombolis built into the shape of boats like we used to buy off the guy who drove the Pizzer Delivery Truck...sniff sniff. Since this boat looking stromboli was a high volume type item I suspect they bake up the little boats in advance then when it come time to get em ready they just loaded up the boats and stuck em in the oven long enough to melt the cheese..heat em up a bit etc. Maybe a little brushing of oil or squirt of PAM inside the boat to keep the wet stuff from leaking through the bottom. They bound to have had a flat bottom on em so they set down flat. Anyway you could it eat sorta like a big fat hot dawg. It not take a knife and fork in other words.

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Dang Nick you outdid yourself on that one. Looks scrumptious. Stombolis is my favorite. We used to buy some off this guy in a pizza delivery truck which looked like small Canoes of dough with the ends twisted up..then all the good stuff be piled up in there sorta open faced in the hollow area. Wow..them thangs were tasty. You ever seen or heard of one being served like that? Thanks.

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