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Easy and Cheesy (Oh So Cheesy)

Here is a super-easy, and surprisingly yummy way to get rid of that 5 lb. bag of mozzarella cheese you bought at Sam's the other week.  Oh, you didn't buy 5 lbs. of cheese at once because you're not that silly?  Right, well, I am.  And I've been making individual pizzas for a couple of days.  I'm also using the gyro bread that my son threw in our grocery cart, because he thinks he loves pita bread, only it wasn't pita, it was gyro.

What was I talking about? 

Pizza.  Yes, I put the gyro slice (slice?  Not really, more like a piece) on a plate.  Very easy first step, right?  I took a can of tomato sauce (the little ones) and spooned a small amount into a little bowl.  I added some garlic (smashed in a press), a little oregano, a little basil, and a little garlic salt to that sauce and then spread it on my bread.  I took some spinach (and for my oldest daughter, no spinach on hers this time) and broke it into little pieces and sprinkled it all around.  Then I covered it up with mozzarella and popped it into my oven at 400 degrees (how do I make a degrees symbol?  Anyone...anyone?) for about 12 minutes.  It was great!  And so simple!  Those two things together make me so happy.  I wish I had a picture of my pretty pizza, with a little red sauce around the edges and the green spinach sticking out here and there and the melty, golden mozzarella.  Yum

I'm happy to take suggestions about what to do with that mozzarella.  Seriously, I have about three lbs. left.  And that's a lot of cheese.

I just realized how much I've written on cheese lately.  I really don't have a problem.  It's just occupying my thoughts the last couple of days.  I wonder what that does mean.  I don't think I have a problem.  Maybe I should talk to someone about it. 

Knock knock.

Who's there?


Cheese who?

Cheese finally lost her mind!   

Reader Comments (4)

How about some baked spaghetti?
Boil noodles, cook some hamburger meat, add sauce, top with mozzarella and bake! (okay so the recipe is a bit more in depth than that...but I'm figuring you've made this before or something.)

November 19, 2008 | Unregistered Commenterjen


Love you, even tho we failed you. Dad

November 19, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterYo momma

AND peaassssssssssssssssssssssssssss

wERen't you the one that could eat bowls and bowls of peas?

November 19, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMissy D

Degree Symbol:
Macs- Option + Shift + 8
PC's- Start→ All Programs→ Accessories→ System Tools→ Character Map.
There are several ways to create a º depending on whether you're blogging or publishing. This way will help you find other weird stuff that's easier to write than type. I don't even have a º and yet I can do this!
Here's one for you, sis:
Q: What did the R say about the Ӂ?
A: What a unique character!
(The Ӂ, being foreign, responded, "You R, So Nice!"

November 23, 2008 | Unregistered CommenterMatt

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