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  • Sopa-pizza

    Tonight My husband came up with " a little evidence that God loves us"....aka leftover pizza dough rolled out with melted butter, cinnamon, sugar and a drizzle of honey. Toss it in the oven and serve with vanilla ice cream. The perfect way to complete a beautiful summer evening outside!
    Although I personally preferred my cream cheese and dark giradelli chocolate and pecans ....lol. And our college girl liked her nutella,& cream cheese. ,!
    Thank goodness for small dough balls!

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    Been a bit stuck on strawberries and sliced Brie cheese and a sprinkle of brown sugar of late. But the old time favorite with the child bride is always gypsy lemon drop pizza , I don't mind it either but I like it with choc ice cream.
    Regards Dave
    PS refinished the oven check out the new look
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