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I’ve been using up leftovers, and “inventing” some new dishes. My latest is a flour tortilla with Cheddar and Mozzarella Cheeses with pepperoni and pizza sauce, and fried like a quesadilla. It’s pretty good, I just don’t know what to call it. Is it an Italian quesadilla, or a Mexican calzone?
 

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Fred's Fabulous Floppy Calzadillia - AKA Heart attack on a frisbee
I like that.
I would have called it a calzadilla, too. One of my little quirks is combining words for closely correlated physical objects or concepts, as well as the names of people who are together under certain circumstances. The technique I use is to use the first syllable of the first word or name and the last syllable of the second word or name. For example, I would call you two "Histone" under that construct, or I would call Swaga and Moona11 "Moonza."
 

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Not ready for His-stone just yet, Trash
 

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I've been using up leftovers, and "inventing" some new dishes. My latest is a flour tortilla with Cheddar and Mozzarella Cheeses with pepperoni and pizza sauce, and fried like a quesadilla. It's pretty good, I just don't know what to call it. Is it an Italian quesadilla, or a Mexican calzone?
Traditionally,

any kind of leftovers thrown into the same pot is called a 'goulash'.

Or,
If camping,
'Luna Stew'.

'Cause only Lunatics will eat it.

Helpful eldar
 

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So, Thinktrash or Histrash or Rethink..... and the beat goes on. Possible combinations are endless - Swagjole, rachmoon, Undertrash
 

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Italian Quesadilla - Savory Cheddar, Italian Mozzarella, and Aged Pepperoni wrapped in a Whole Wheat Tortilla served with a side of Pizza Dipping Sauce. Serves 2. $12.95

Used to write menus as a sideline. Suggest you use whole wheat tortillas as it makes it more amenable to the health conscious. Serving the sauce on the side is a nicer presentation and it makes the torte less sloppy and easier to produce in volume. Also, the guest can the dip as much sauce on as they want.
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$.50 powder type mac-n-cheese, boneless chicken thighs store bought turkey gravy.

Doing slow defrost turkey or chicken soup I made in March. Froze it and hauled it back from Florida. I am getting to the point I can open the freezer and not endure an avalanche of large frozen things heading towards my feet.
 

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I just call them toaster pizzas. I will throw a couple together and cook them up in the toaster oven. Quite tasty.

‘Got tontry frying one though......
 

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Thinking stir fry over rice... quick and easy since I have to process beans today.
 

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I think I have to make one and let my taste buds decide, but for now I'll just call it Yummy.
 

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Been making Tortillizza for years, but I leave mine flat like a pizza. Pro tip...Use two tortillas, put a light smear of sauce and a bit of queso in between the layers, then top the upper one like normal.

Also use the Gordita shells for a “deep dish” type.
 

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I've been using up leftovers, and "inventing" some new dishes. My latest is a flour tortilla with Cheddar and Mozzarella Cheeses with pepperoni and pizza sauce, and fried like a quesadilla. It's pretty good, I just don't know what to call it. Is it an Italian quesadilla, or a Mexican calzone?
Sounds like "Inmate Pizza" from my "Corrections Days".
 
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