Monday, May 11, 2009

And the Winner Is...

#2, Tangled Noodle!

"I would love to try the Original Blend plus the basil, oregano, cilantro and dill. I love soupy-type of dishes over rice so I would use the basil and oregano with cannellini, zukes and tomatoes (among other things) to create a simple cassoulet-type dish. Now I'm hungry . . .

May 8, 2009 10:39 AM"

Congratulations! Shoot me an email at bobcooksstuff@gmail.com with your info and we'll get your herbs right out to you. I can't wait to see what you do with them.

Sorry about missing all my posting this weekend, but I've been wicked busy and haven't had much time to be on the computer. But, I did make this: It's braised chicken chunks, broccoli, cauliflower, cheese, garlic, olive oil and basil wrapped in pizza dough. Instead of doing it like a calzone I baked it in an oiled loaf pan. It was pretty good, it got all kinds of crispy edges. Anyway, I'll make up for the lack of posting on Wednesday. I'll post about the cupcakes I made this weekend. Mmmm, lemony.

21 comments:

Van Santos said...

Oh, God, Bob that looks simply amazing! Where is the recipe for the calzone-esque item?

How things, btw? Been busy here as well!

Bia said...

it looks wonderful. did you make the pizza dough yourself or used a ready made one in this recipe? I'd love to make it.

bakingblonde said...

That looks mouth-watering!
I love that idea, so simple. Sometimes those are the best recipe, nice and comforting!

girlichef said...

yum, this looks pretty awesome! Congrats TN!

Tangled Noodle said...

Yaaay! Thank you so much - I'm incredibly excited about trying out this product. I only hope I can come up with something as good as this! I love the shape from being baked in a loaf pan. Can't wait to see the cupcakes!

5 Star Foodie said...

Congrats Tangled Noodle! The stuffed pizza dough dish looks awesome!

Wandering Coyote said...

Looks kinda like a stromboli, actually - or at least very similar. Looks really, really good!

noble pig said...

I love the cauliflower in there with the chicken. Great idea Mr.

Charlotte said...

That looks good.

Reeni♥ said...

That looks freakin' good!!!!!
Congratst to Tangled Noodle!

Culinary Alchemist said...

Bob - It's not fair, I just finished lunch and now I am hungry again...!!!

Bob said...

Van Santos: Heh, no real recipe I'm afraid. I just layered all the stuff onto the rolled out dough, wrapped the dough around it, pinched it closed and dropped it seam down into a loaf pan that I had rubbed with a little olive oil. Then baked at 425, I think.

Things have been going well, thanks. All the business is good. :)

Bia: Thanks! This time I got some from a local pizzeria, but I usually make my own. I have a post about the recipe I use.

bakingblonde: Thanks! Yeah, simple is often the best.

girlichef: Thanks!

Tangled Noodle: You're welcome. I'm sure you will do all kinds of awesome stuff! :D

5 Star Foodie: Thanks!

Wandering Coyote: Same kind of idea. I have a post about more standard stromboli too. I like wrapping things in pizza dough. ;)

noble pig: Thanks, Ms. Heh.

Charlotte: Thank you.

Reeni: Thanks!

Culinary Alchemist: Heh, that's the plan!

Pierce said...

It does remind me of a calzone. I could eat one of those right now!

Congrats to Tangled Noodle!

Ginger said...

WOW YUMMY!! Amazing photos.

Pocky said...

Bob that looks awesome! Do you deliver?

Fabjena(TheBestRecipes) said...

Wow, tihs one's looking totally great! :))

Spryte said...

I love that you bake all kinds of stuff in dough!!

Congrats TN!!!!

Donna-FFW said...

This looks amazingly delightful. Id love some of that right now for munch.

ChefBliss.com said...

I'm so sorry I missed your giveaway but YAY for tangled noodle!!!! What an awesome giveaway!! And talk about mouth watering goodness, YUM!!

unconfidential cook said...

Great idea. Love the veggies.

Bob said...

Pierce: I could go for another one myself. ;)

Ginger: Thanks!

Pocky: Nope, dine in only. :D

Fabjena: Thanks!

Spryte: Heh, thanks. I figure if I'm going to eat it, it might as well be wrapped in bread.

Donna: Thanks!

ChefBliss: Heh, I was wondering why you didn't enter.

unconfidentialcook: THanks. :)

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