One last thing pertaining to the toppings.
Italian Sausage from Costco. I forget the brand but the one they sell is beyond excellent. I love it. Not sure if it's regional or if all Costcos in the nation carry this same brand.
Pepperoni from Smart & Final. Once again, forget the brand. You get a lot for the money and it's good stuff.
Bell Peppers. From 99 Cent Only Stores. 59 Cents a bell pepper. Ironically we used to work at 99 Cent Only Stores corporate in the IT Department which had nothing to do with me buying them there. Just the price is right and the quality was good. I cut them into strips and put bacon fat, yes you hear it, bacon fat all over the strips, sprinkled some salt, put in oven at 400 for about 25 mins or so. I forgot exact amount but they looked done right.
Chicken. White meat strips or breast strips. However you want to call it. Put in slow cooker, added water and enchilada sauce, tomato based enchilada sauce that is, the only kind in my opinion. Way better than the type that is chili pepper based. The one I used is tomato based with chili pepper in it too. Slow cooked it at the fasted speed of the speeds available. How ironic, fastest in the slow cooker. But it's chicken and not chuck roast, does not have to be in there forever. Took it out when done, shredded with forks and poured some of the sauce that was left over in it too juice it up a bit after it was shredded. Still have some left and will make enchiladas or tacos. Love 'em!!!
Sauce was whole peeled canned tomatoes. Walmart brand called "Great Value". You heard it, Walmart brand. I prefer Alta Cucina but those are hard to find now in my area unlike before. Put in blender. Pulse a few times. Pour in a container and add back some juice until right consistency. Add two cloves of freshly minced garlic, some salt, sugar, fresh oregano from my garden as well as fresh basil from garden, and some graded Parmesan (very little). Mix up by hand using a spoon or fork.
Cheese is whole milk mozzarella from Costco Business. Bought a block of Bella Rosano. Shredded using a box shredder that I modified by making the grates bigger which gives you bigger shreds (duh!). I actually modified it to make hash brown potatoes but it works great for this application.
Oh in the Calzone I added fresh mozzarella from Costco as well along with the Bella Rosano mozzarella. In it also was the sauce and sausage but nothing else.
I'm gonna call that pie the Meng after my friend.
That's how it is!