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Making cheesy nachos with the Pizzazz and some Kansas City Chips.

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At 12:19 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This rules as well!    

At 2:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tator-Tots are AWESOME on the pizzaz....plus frozen french fries too!    

At 10:32 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I make damn near everything on the pizzazz! It works wonders to toast bread. In an attempt to save money and eat healthier, I've started making sandwiches on the pizzazz. First I put the bread on the oven, and a piece of pepperjack on one of the pieces of bread. I let that melt, and almost perfectly the bread toasts in the same amount of time it takes to melt the cheese. Turn over the piece of bread without the cheese to toast the other side (I'm not so picky so I usually skip this part). Then add your meat, I use salami, I usually let that rotate once around, then add deli turkey, again, let that rotate once. Then I take the two pieces of bread off the oven. I add Southwest Chipotle dressing (my favorite at subway, I use Hidden Valley) to the piece without anything on it yet. Then a handful of lettuce and there you go! A delicious toasted sandwich in under 10 minutes! I can usually make $15-20 worth of bread, cheese, meat, and lettuce last a week or longer! That's cheap eating, and quality food!    

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