Delicious Lunch

Aug
20


This is what I had for lunch in Morgantown. It was a sausage, pepperoni, ricotta, and mozzarella meat roll. It was delicious. As tired as I was by the time I got home yesterday, I started some dough and recreated this roll, making eight, to serve for dinner.


Morgan gobbled these right up. As good as the one at the restaurant was, I think mine was better!

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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on August 20, 2011  

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  1. 8-20
    9:23
    pm

    Looks absolutely amazing!! I now feel inspired to create a version of this myself. My fiance would go nuts over something like that, especially with homemade marinara on the side for dipping.

  2. 8-20
    9:31
    pm

    Of course yours was better! With all those homemade ingredients (bread, cheeses, etc.), how could it not be??

  3. 8-20
    10:15
    pm

    Sue said what I wanted to say…
    Can you imagine that on game day?

  4. 8-20
    11:09
    pm

    So…where’s the recipe?? :hungry:

  5. 8-21
    1:15
    am

    We want the recipe! :hungry: :hungry: :hungry: We want the recipe! :hungry: :hungry: :hungry: :hungry: (lol) :devil:

  6. 8-21
    8:20
    am

    Looks delish! I would hate to calculate the WW points…but I would give it a try…maybe turkey sausage and turkey pepperoni?

  7. 8-21
    8:31
    am

    Yes! A recipe!

  8. 8-21
    8:57
    am

    We need this recipe soon, please.

  9. 8-21
    9:12
    am

    Omg, that looks awesome! Hmm, got some sourdough starter fermenting overnight, might just have to make these instead of plain bread.

    Hey Suzanne, we were interviewed yesterday by the NY Times; apparently the volunteers who helped us get all of my daughter’s stuff moved into her dorm room in like 2.3 seconds were part of a publicity stunt for the store, American Eagle Outfitters. Did AEO do this at WVU?

  10. 8-21
    10:50
    am

    This looks delicious. Can you give us more information. A brief recipe. Thanks

  11. 8-21
    2:23
    pm

    What Darlene said. :hungry: :hungry: :hungry:

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