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Old 02-15-2015, 09:38 AM   #1
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Default Meatballs....Part Deux !

After the meatball experience the other day....my family ate them up quicklike.....in subs & on Angel hair pasta.

My wife had suggested I use them on pizza.....then said that's what she wanted yesterday.


So I had fun making up another batch. Seems they laugh at my signing along.....grossly out of tune....when I get certain music krunk up in the kitchen.....so I appeased them on this cook. Straight up blues jams without a whole lot of vocals.




Couldn't help myself after a couple of brews, though....had to break out some classic stuff and let it ride.



Grilling & cooking tunes sure do really make it even more relaxing.






Had to taste test one...Lawd have mercy !



Rinsed off my trusty pizza stone and let it dry.




This thing has been killer. Soapstone performance has been flawless. I really should spend a few minutes and scrub it off and leave it sitting out. They look great when cleaned up.....I just need to spend a few minutes with some warm water and soap and get'rdone.



Later on I it set the kamado up for pizza and let it come up to temp and heat soak the stones.



Son's pie for when he got home from his girlfriend's house.




Wife & I had this 'un





I didn't do so well on pics of finished eats.....things were moving pretty fast on back-to-back pies.







Awesome weather again today. Gonna find something to grill later on.

We are so fortunate this February compared to last year's weather.
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Old 02-15-2015, 11:54 AM   #2
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Looks good to me!!! I think I may have to break out the cheater pizza dough I got from Trader Joe's and make me one.

Maybe one with some meat balls JUST like yours and one with the extreme large amount of beef ribs I have after yesterday's wind battle.
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BTW, whatcha got as a sauce for the second one?
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Old 02-15-2015, 01:31 PM   #4
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Pizza looks killer. Good food good tunes good time.
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All looks and sounds fantastic! Based on your other thread I'm making those meatballs today. They're getting happy in the fridge now & I'm looking forward to cooking and eating 'em!
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These are the two sauces that use on just about every pizza cook when I'm not making my own sauce.


They have great flavor....take on a nice semi-char and don't overpower the toppings.

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Hmmm.... I'll give those a whirl. I like the option of a quick pizza with a decent sauce.
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Another fine batch of meatballs

The pizza looks amazing too
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