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Summertime  (Level: 112.6 - Posts: 1122)
Wed, 13th Jan '10 11:49 PM

Summertime  (Level: 112.6 - Posts: 1122)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 3:50 AM

This recipe won the Pillsbury Bake-Off Contest in the year 2000. Check it, Waldorf Salad style...delicious!

Bigbird  (Level: 243.2 - Posts: 3318)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 8:03 AM

DeeDee - I'll look later, but Waldorf Salad Pizza does NOT sound good to me. Much rather have garlic, rosemary and chicken, thank you. Crap, now I'm hungry. You went and did it.

Donden  (Level: 112.5 - Posts: 2127)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 9:17 AM

Pizza is meant to be an artery clogging, fat enhancing, belly filling experience. Anything less is,,,well,,, "kind of like Pizza"

Susyq  (Level: 49.9 - Posts: 112)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 5:34 PM

If the criterion for pizza is "artery clogging" I think this one qualifies after all. Check out the nutritional information:

1/6 of Recipe: Calories 550 (Calories from Fat 325); Total Fat 36g (Saturated Fat 10g); Cholesterol 65mg; Sodium 610mg; Total Carbohydrate 31g (Dietary Fiber 3g, Sugars 8g); Protein 25g Percent Daily Value*: Vitamin A 6%; Vitamin C 0%; Calcium 40%; Iron 14% Exchanges: 2 Starch; 2 1/2 High-Fat Meat; 3 Fat

Lowiq  (Level: 208.2 - Posts: 1945)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 6:06 PM

Only seven slices or so will get you your iron for the day!

F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 6:22 PM

Yuck! No wonder I don't like pizza. All that sodium is discusting to me, as I do NOT like anything with salt. I'm just a plain old salad person, I guess. Then again, I have always been the most fussy eater anyone would know, so I'm always told.

Summertime  (Level: 112.6 - Posts: 1122)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 10:58 PM

PAT!!!!!!! Where are me please. I've fallen and I can't get up!

Salzypat  (Level: 158.5 - Posts: 5359)
Thu, 14th Jan '10 11:53 PM

Hey, you guys quit picking on Deedee's recipe - that's like somebody telling you that your kids are ugly.

C'mon, Deedee, dry your eyes and go to your kitchen and make me one of those sort-of-like-pizza pizzas and I'll try a piece. I thought it sounded pretty good.

Heck, if you only eat what someone has NOT declared bad for you, you would have a mighty small diet.

Now, there's nothing else to see here. Just move along, folks. Thank you.

Summertime  (Level: 112.6 - Posts: 1122)
Fri, 15th Jan '10 1:45 AM

Salzypat and I talk about food...a lot! Though I haven't been writing quizzes as of late, for the most part, those I do are in some way, shape or form connected with food! Cooking is my all aspects of preparing a meal, which even includes the necessary grocery shopping. Trying out new recipes is one of my hobbies! Part of that hobby often involves converting a recipe to suit me.

A recipe is really just an idea and/or suggestion of ingredients...the final result is up to the individual to meet dietary needs. There are many ingredients we can modify and/or eliminate from a recipe. Sodium is the number one offender and the most difficult to control...sodium is found in everything, just in varying levels. The only was to reduce sodium intake (as recommended for HBP and many other physical maladies) is to prepare food from scratch and not use one iota of a pre-packaged, canned or processed food product.

Anyhoo...I still think the recipe is a good one and the "representative" picture of the "kinda pizza pizza" looks delish!

Thanks Pat! Many of you probably know I am aMandarin Chicken Salad Pizza
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Mandarin oranges, shredded romaine and chow mein noodles give a finale of flavor and crunch to an easy entree made with refrigerated pizza crust.

Prep Time: 30 Min Total Time: Makes: 8 servings

Puppyfoot  (Level: 72.8 - Posts: 1086)
Fri, 15th Jan '10 1:54 AM

Hey, DeeDee, don't cry!

We all have different tastes--that's part of the wondrous variety in humankind. I no longer apologize for what I like and don't like in food. I continue to eat peanut butter and tomato sandwiches, no matter how many people say they would never consider eating one.

I looked at the recipe you suggested, and it sounds good to me. I don't have the stamina to cook right now, but I copied the recipe to try when I am able. Thank you for passing it on.


F5laur  (Level: 31.1 - Posts: 823)
Fri, 15th Jan '10 8:00 PM

I wasn't insulting YOUR recipe, just the one where to click on the link.
I'm actually knocking myself for being such a fussy eater
I meant no offense to you, and I'm sorry if it came off to be as such.
Believe me, 13 years ago I would be bugging you and Pat for every recipe
you have, even if they looked like Marsha's Litter Box cake! Ha ha ha
Now the only thing I like that isn't a fruit or veggie is a cheeseburger made at home with 90% lean only!
None of that Burger King crap that is called a cheeseburger. I call those grease burgers.
Sorry that you misunderstood my intentions.

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