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Appetizers / Genoa Salami roll
« on: May 27, 2020, 07:32:06 PM »
I know it's not a big thing but for an Italian not to eat  a Genoa salami sandwhich from time to time is heart breaking

So I cheat a little and make salami rolls out of lavish bread and thin cut Genoa salami  ;)




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Baking / Re: A new twist on Low Carb Lasagna
« on: May 25, 2020, 02:25:33 PM »
Recipe was.......


1...       2  Pieces of low carb lavish bread    16 total carbs 
2...       2/3 lbs of Italian sausage (ground)
3...       1   pound mozzarella graded
4...        1   jar 13 oz RAO's sauce

I used an 8X8 baking dish for this one and I pre cooked the sausage just to make sure there were no issues with the meat

I baked for 35 mins  on 350 temp

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Baking / A new twist on Low Carb Lasagna
« on: May 25, 2020, 02:17:35 PM »
Was driving home from work Friday and it hit me, I wanted lasagna but how to keep it lower carb than with noodles??

 I decided on lavish bread as the noodles but was not sure how I was going to pull it off but here it is
 
First cut bead to fit dish

Then add filling to first layer

Then another layer of bread with more filling


top with last layer of bread and fillingBaked at 350 for 35 mins                     


NOTE: for first time I used precooked meat so no danger of meat not being cooked all the way through

Time to eat, very good noodles were ok like soft noodles that were over cooked a little BUT worth the carb savings!




This is a shot the next morning to show layers

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General Discussion / Re: I want one!!
« on: May 22, 2020, 06:03:28 PM »
well...that's different.  What the heck is it?
Looks like a wood burning grill but dang it'd just neat looking! :D :D :D

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General Discussion / I want one!!
« on: May 13, 2020, 06:43:50 PM »
I want one





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Here is my latest and so far best version of low carb sauce.   Kimmie loved it and even thinks I used real sugar ;) :D :D :D :D

It's a little thiner than normal sauce but the taste is really good and worth the effort

Ketchup Heinz Low Carb..........1/2
Cherries ................................1/2 cup cut into small pieces    (fresh cherries) USED GRAPES THIS COOK
Bourbon (cheap stuff)......... 3/4  cup
Erithotol................................ 3/4  cup
Stevia.................................... 1/4   tsp
Black strap molasses...........   1 Tbsp
Salt.......................................    1 pinch
Pepper.................................    1/2 tsp or so
Garlic powder .....................    1 tsp
Dried Onion bits.................     1 tsp
Worcestershire sauce ........      1 Tbsp










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Working on another  version  of the cherry but can post yet til I can get to a real computer

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Not big on pickled eggs or sausage but Kimmie LOVES them so looks like this will be a good one to keep! :D :D   

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Baking / Re: Lavish Pizza type #3 try!
« on: April 20, 2020, 02:46:58 PM »
tommy is that the carbs per whole or half sheet?
the one I found at my local walmart lists a serving size as a half sheet.
Yes half sheet.  Even a half sheet being 6 carbs is not bad and it will hold a lot of cheese and meat.   So two people split this for a lunch is really not a bad deal

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Baking / Re: Lavish Pizza type #3 try!
« on: April 16, 2020, 06:07:03 PM »
What Lavash bread are you using? I can%u2019t find any that less than 20g per serving.
Here is what I found at Wal-Mart

Total of 6 net carbs for one lavish sheet




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Baking / Lavish Pizza type #3 try!
« on: April 16, 2020, 03:24:09 PM »
Man I'm really liking Lavish bread for this type cook!   This time lower temp to see how it would work.   Did well but the center was st a tad soft

So next time I'll cook on a rack that should solve that issue!   





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Chicken / Re: Something new but still needs work
« on: April 14, 2020, 06:27:53 PM »
Sounds like it might have some promise.  Fruit sauces pair well with poultry.
Think i'll try again this week and add maybe a touch of lemon juice

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New Member Introductions / Re: Hello!
« on: April 14, 2020, 01:07:40 PM »
Good to see you all! Beginner on the grill and smoking. I hope you can help me and I'll gain experience from you.
Welcome aboard Li-T,  I know it's a bit slow here but I hope things pick up as we get into grilling season!


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General Discussion / Re: Surgery on friday
« on: April 14, 2020, 01:06:11 PM »
I guess it's okay by now. How are you feeling?
Much better, but shoulder surgery is not fun to deaql with  :o

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Chicken / Re: Something new but still needs work
« on: April 07, 2020, 02:58:34 PM »
Here is the recipe as of no but need tweeking


Cherries ................................1/2 cup cut into small pieces    (fresh cherries)
Bourbon (cheap stuff)......... 1/2  cup
Erithotol................................ 3/4  cup
Stevia.................................... 1/4   tsp
Black strap molasses...........   1 Tbsp
Salt.......................................    1 pinch
Pepper.................................    1/2 tsp or so
Garlic powder .....................    1 tsp
Dried Onion bits.................     1 tsp
Worcestershire sauce ........      1 Tbsp


Add all to pot and simmer for about 1/2 hour or until thickens (may need to add a little water if to thick) Brush on after chicken is cooked

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