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What's for dinner Friday?

Posted August 9, 2013

Strawberries

 

 

Here's the place to share your meal ideas for the evening, post where you bought the ingredients frugally and even share a recipe if you would like. If you need some inspiration for your own dinner tonight, this may give you some helpful ideas for what to make with all the great deals you have bought on sale recently.

What's on your menu tonight?

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  • Faye Prosser - Smart Shopper Aug 9, 2013

    LOLOLOL - that was so funny, jdouglas!

    Meredith - I have not cooked the actual dough on the grill so no personal advice there. I would think it would be quite messy and ooze through through the grates unless you use a grill proof pan. Sorry I am not more help on this one.

    I did a search for "How to cook pizza dough on grill" and there were a bunch of responses. If I were you, that's where I would start. :-)

    Anyone else cook pizza dough on the grill??

  • jdouglas13 Aug 9, 2013

    Faye, that watermelon gazpacho is a bit too funky for me! J would think I was trying to poison her lol ;)

    But, who knew the naughty pups would enjoy watermelon so much??hahahahaha...

  • scoutmomof2 Aug 9, 2013

    Well I had the last of the chicken pot pie for lunch today and the boys polished off the meat pie last night. So I am not sure, maybe spaghetti. But we will definately have the baked peaches I didn't do last night.

  • jdouglas13 Aug 9, 2013

    Dinner for us may involve pesto as I have an alarming amount of basil ready to bolt in the garden. What exactly that will be is TBD.

  • jdouglas13 Aug 9, 2013

    Meredith, I have not done pizza on the grill myself, but there are a lot of instructions on the Internet for it. Basically, I think the grill needs to be well oiled. You cook one side on the grates, flip it over, put your toppings on the cooked (now upright) side, and when the dough is cooked through, you're done.

    There are other ways too using a pizza stone, in which case it's more of a baking process. I don't think you need to flip it.

    Again, I'm just passing on what I've read and am no expert on grilled pizza! I have been wanting to try it, though, so please report back how it worked out for you. :)

  • meredith88 Aug 9, 2013

    We still don't have our kitchen remodel done so no stove or oven, however we did get more gas for the grill so we've used that every night this week! Tonight we are making home made pizzas with a dough ball from HT on sale weeks ago, onions, peppers and spinach from Aldi that past two weeks and cheese from HT B2G3 a couple months ago.

    Faye, I wanted to ask your opinion on cooking with the dough ball on a grill. Have you done it? I use your directions for cooking with them in the oven and it works great but if anyone has suggestions how to do it on the grill I'll take all the advice I can get ;)

  • Gator Girll Aug 9, 2013

    Tonight is homemade sloppy joes, tater tots, and broccoli slaw. Hooray for Friday!