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Offline Randy

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Pillsbury pizza crust
« on: January 16, 2005, 08:52:32 AM »
After suggesting on a post that if you are on with cooking tools that you could use Pillsbury pizza crust in those peel and pop rolls.  As it were, I found the last minute need to make party snacks for card game.  I bought a rolled package of the crust from the dairy cooler at the local store, brought it home, peeled, and popped it.  I must report the inner cardboard package was stained with oil stains.  Checked the date and it was good so proceeded with stretching it out fairly thin.  Using a biscuit cutter we cut the dough into say a dozen 2 pizzas topping each with a piece of Canadian bacon my sauce and poly-o cheese.
These things went quicker than anything else.
Next time I will use my own crust but this worked in a pinch.

Randy