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    Pie Irons...

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    Chef Shadows
    Mon Jul 30, 2012 7:16 pm Groupie
    Roger/OH wrote:
    I have several even one that is a waffle maker.
    The one thing we did with the grandkids was make pizzas in them.
    I would have small bowls of pizza fixings on the table and the kids were allowed to make thier own. I would use the tubed biscuit or dinner rolls to make the crust. I would roll it out thin. We had bottom and topped crusted pizzas just like Pizza Pockets.
    I have also fried eggs in one half.
    That Rueben sure sounds good

    Grand daughter #2 ( 19 months old ) was over for the weekend and we made pizzas for her ( she is the pizza girl ) with assorted breads and pitas and toppings.
    She was in pizza heaven.

    What have the rest of you done with your irons this summer?
    Chef Shadows
    Sun Aug 12, 2012 12:14 pm Groupie
    You want a real camp treat, take your bread, butter both sides place butter sides down in pie iron. Add left over beef ( or any meat ) stew ( can use canned stew from the store ). Close iron and cook over hot coals until heated through. KInda like a hot pockets but better.
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