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Old 10-29-2008, 02:33 PM   #1
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Pizza for lunch

for a first attempt, not bad.




It was a last minute decision by the wife to do this... so it was pilsbury dough and canned sauce. Turn out was Ok.. but I can't wait to take the time to make my own dough and sauce and do it right.
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Looks great. sometimes you just can't beat the last min. easy.
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Old 10-29-2008, 03:15 PM   #3
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Hey JB's made a video career out of "fresh out of the can"
Good looking pies Gary!

Your kids have grown a bit too since I've seen them last!
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Nice to see it now that the inside is not still white.
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Great way to break in that new pit and table.
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Old 10-29-2008, 05:15 PM   #6
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Pizza looks good. That little one looks like he can't wait to dive into that pizza.
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Old 10-29-2008, 05:29 PM   #7
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Pizza looks good. That little one looks like he can't wait to dive into that pizza.
Yeah, that lil monkey Alex was pickin the olives off and eating them before we even got it on the grill. Andrea helped make hers... Black olive and Bacon. My girl!
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Old 10-29-2008, 06:09 PM   #8
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Looks great Gary! How did you get them so round?
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Show Nick how to make them round like that.
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Nice job! Now your all set for some real cooking enjoyment!
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You are off to a wonderful start!!! The kids looked like they had a blast!! No I am hungry for pizza again!!!
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Looks great Gary! How did you get them so round?
Let the wife do it
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Get Fresh out da can tomatos crush em & drain, add Italian seasoning & presto. Home made sauce

Pies look great too.

You don't realy save money making home pies if you choose better quality & more quanity of ingrediants than pizza joints use.

They are out there to make a profit, your goal is to make a better pie
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Looks good from here
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Get Fresh out da can tomatos crush em & drain, add Italian seasoning & presto. Home made sauce

Pies look great too.

You don't realy save money making home pies if you choose better quality & more quanity of ingrediants than pizza joints use.

They are out there to make a profit, your goal is to make a better pie
It's fun too!
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Mmmmmm......Pizza!! Now where is that smellavision button.
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