Cooking is Dangerous

by Joanne on August 27, 2009

Did you check out my crab and lime button  recipe from the other night?  It was very good, but there was an incident while making the buttons.  Upon removing them from the oven, I somehow (you WILL wonder “how the….”) burned my neck on the edge of the baking sheet.  Why did I have the pan up so high? Who knows. My life is very painful. I’ve said it before.  I went to work today with what looked like a hicky in the middle of my neck.  Ted did give me a look with raised brow.

The Burn

The Burn

It didn’t upset this morning’s workout though.  A good 30 minutes on the ET.  40 minutes of back and triceps. Shane and I jogged for 44 minutes around the Utica Streets and into the golf course. We enjoyed a nice cool morning, 53 degrees.
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Movie Review:
“Duplicity” with Julia Roberts and Clive Owen.  DSC_0787
A good “cat and mouse” movie. It was a bit confusing at first but ended with a neat little twist.  Julia Roberts and Clive Owen make a great on screen match.
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Tonight’s quick eats.
Portobella Pizzas
 
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Tonight I used organic portobella mushrooms and made “Portobella Pizzas”.  This is a really neat dish if you want low carb and/or gluten free because there is no bread nor grain.  It’s simple.  Now in saying that, I did use Morning Star Meatless products which contain wheat and wheat gluten.  However, if you eat meat, then go Gluten Free!
Here is what you do…Preheat oven to 400 F.
Clean your mushrooms by carefully scraping the gills.

Clean your mushrooms by carefully scraping the gills.

 

Add some pasta or marinara sauce to each mushroom

Add some pasta or marinara sauce to each mushroom

 
Add your cooked meat or cooked soy product to the mushroom

Add your cooked meat or cooked soy product to the mushroom

 

Along with soy bacon, I added Edamame to my mushroom

Along with soy bacon, I added Edamame to my mushroom

 

 

Add a slab of mozzarella and top with grated Parmesan cheese

Add a slab of mozzarella and top with grated Parmesan cheese

 

 

Bake at 400 for 14 minutes. Turn to broil and broil for the last 2 minutes.

Bake at 400 for 14 minutes. Turn to broil and broil for the last 2 minutes.

 

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Enjoy!

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6 Comments

  • At 2009.08.27 20:05, Gera @ SweetsFoods said:

    Burned your neck…Hope you’re a ok now!!!
    The portobella pizzas are plenty of flavors and colors, so yummy 🙂

    Cheers!

    Gera

    • At 2009.08.27 22:08, chayacomfycook said:

      Porabellas leave themselves open to many interesting recipes. This one sounds particularly good.

      I filled them with other vegetables once and the portabellas made a great edible tray for them.

      • At 2009.08.28 10:02, applec said:

        Gera & Chaya – Portobellas are a filling great low cal. dish. Good for a Thurs. evening in anticipation of “all you can eat” Friday! 🙂

        • At 2009.08.28 13:02, Blond Duck said:

          Popped in from Cathy’s! I’m sorry you got burned!

          • At 2009.08.28 15:25, Jeena said:

            Wow portobello pizzas look fabulous! Great gluten free too I bet it is so tasty I can just taste the mushroom now yum yum.

            Ouch about your neck, hope it heals well.

            • At 2009.08.31 14:44, Liz said:

              I am just starting to get over my aversion to mushrooms but have only been brave enough to eat them chopped into tiny pieces and hidden in other things. These pizzas, however, could change my mind. They look delicious! I mean, it’s hard to go wrong with marinara sauce and cheese 🙂

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