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    Quote Originally Posted by Too Tall View Post
    R.W. you had me at olives on the pie.

    Sometimes you just have to say no to red sauce. What's your line?

    This is the eggplant base I use most often.

    1. Peel and slice eggplant pinky finger thick. Place not touching on a cookie sheet lightly oiled with EVO. No need to brush the eggplant with anything. Toss a few onions ontop for good measure.
    2. Season the eggplant generously on one side with salt/pepper/oregano.
    3. Cut the top off an entire hand of garlic exposing the tips of each clove. Add this to the pan, trust me.
    4. Bake all in a 400F oven until the eggplant starts to burn.
    5. Allow to cool than place the eggplant and onions on a cutting board.
    6. Squeeze the garlic out of the hand like toothpaste. Too much is just enough. Baking makes it mild tasting.
    7. Rough chop all, season with salt and course pepper to taste. Maybe some chili flakes.

    Smear this mixture on your pie for a base. Goes great with meats and strong cheese.

    What cha' got?
    Josh
    For no red sauce try this.

    Heavy cream, scallions, chopped garlic, crushed red pepper, and basil leaves. Combine and use an immersion blender for as short a time as possible (you do not want to whip the cream). Itíll last that night and then for a week after.

    Add any other green herbs on hand.
    my name is Matt

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    I had a pin work its way loose and the fix was simple. Talked to a rep at KA and they gave good advice and the machine was back to work in a week. For more serious issues, they do make it convenient to send a machine back to the shop.

    https://producthelp.kitchenaid.com/C...Repair_Options
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    My KA stand mixer broke not that long after I got it. I brought it back to the store where I got it without a receipt. The employees were so taken aback that one had broken that I walked out with a new one in about 10 minutes. That doesn't help at all but RW already did.

    Still no used Oonis on CL.

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    Default Re: Home style pizza

    How about a Dill Pickle Pizza?! Hey, it wasn't my idea; I just followed the recipe! Alfredo sauce, dill pickle slices, topped with mozzarella. Could probably use some meat i.e., crispy bacon or prosciutto.

    Pizza - 1.jpg

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