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    Default Dd's first attempt at homemade pizza

    Deana made homemade pizza for lunch. She made them from scratch using yeast, flour, etc. Not too bad and they were delicious. One is just cheese, one has sausage.
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    Those look delicious! WTG, Deanna!

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    Looks yummy!

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    They look good. Well done, Deana.

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    Yum!! Is it supper time yet!!

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    If you have a Bread machiene gathering dust you can make the most awesome crust for pizza with it. This is my 10 yr olds sons favorite thing to help with. He follows the recipie I have taped to the bread machiene and we let it run through the entire 1st knead cycle then bring it out on the board and roll out to Pizza pan size and let sit about 10 min then he puts his favorite toppings and cheeze on it and its ready to bake. This is the best pizza I have ever had and he is so proud of himself for being a better Pizza maker than Pizza hut!

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    Looks yummy, making me hungry!

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    Originally posted by honeydoya
    If you have a Bread machiene gathering dust you can make the most awesome crust for pizza with it. This is my 10 yr olds sons favorite thing to help with. He follows the recipie I have taped to the bread machiene and we let it run through the entire 1st knead cycle then bring it out on the board and roll out to Pizza pan size and let sit about 10 min then he puts his favorite toppings and cheeze on it and its ready to bake. This is the best pizza I have ever had and he is so proud of himself for being a better Pizza maker than Pizza hut!

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    I'll have to try that, sounds good!

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    Bet it tasted soooooooooo good. Looked great too! Deana!

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    WTG Deana! Great job!
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    Mmmmm! It looks delicious!
    I know what we are having for dinner tonight

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    Yummy! Looks great! I too use my bread machine for pizza dough all the time. The kids love it.

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    We have a bread machine-- and she can make it in that with no problem. My quest this summer, though- is to teach her to cook from scratch, without using all the machines and convienence items.

    She's almost 16 and can cook pretty well, so we're fine tuning her skills. Some of the things she's 'let' me do over the years, I'm now trying to teach her to do.

    Things like making the pizza crust from scratch and getting it in the pan, making fried rice (easy enough, but not a dish she's ever made and it's her favorite) . . . .

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    Your doing great Denise. Don't know if your going through some of the letting go pangs like I am but I am here if you want to chat .
    Good for you in teaching your kids what they need to know, it's all good but a tad bittersweet.

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    Thanks Darlene. . . . it IS bittersweet. In a few days she'll be the only one I have at home, and I'm getting a bit freaky

    Hopefully the boys have learned enough to stand on their own.

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