Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Celebrity Cook-Along, Pillsbury Doughboy!

Hey everyone-Welcome to the Celebrity Cook-Along with the Pillsbury Doughboy! This month I invited you to make The Bake-Off's Tomato Topped Onion Bread Wedges with me or any other Pillsbury recipe.
 So, who picks a fresh tomato recipe when tomatoes aren't in season yet?
Oh yea, that would be me.

Earl was so excited to meet a celebrity as big as the Doughboy,
he was grinning from ear to ear!
Don't let the chef hat fool you, he couldn't boil a hot dog, er... make that water:@)

The star of the show:
Plan A was to use beautiful red Roma tomatoes... they were pale pink at the store. 
"Vine Ripened" weren't much better but that's what I bought.
I also used a green pepper I had on hand.
1. Topping cooked and cooling.
2. Crust ready for the oven.
3. Crust out of the oven.
4. Prepared Bruschetta.

Chow time!
Notes:
  • Because my tomatoes were sad I did add a teaspoon of sugar.
  • Red peppers (and tomatoes) would be a lot prettier.
  • If you taste the topping after mixing it you might think "hummm not amazing", but once added to the bread, it's very good!
  • I like this, do I like it more than fresh Bruschetta? Honestly no, but it's very good for out of season tomatoes.
***Don't forget to stop by Jo's blog LazyonLoblolly-HERE
she's having a fun Pillsbury Give-Away,
Win your very own Doughboy and 101 Things To Do With Canned Biscuits cookbook!***

Ok, did you make this or something else? Link up and let's see:@)
Have a happy day!

44 comments:

  1. I love bruschetta, and on top of a pizza crust?! Love it. xo,

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  2. I don't have a recipe to share but yours looks amazing.
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  3. WHOOHOO!...WE GOT THIS PARTY STARTED!!..we are going to have so much fun!
    I love tomatoes, I even put a few slices on my cresent bake!
    I am all ready enjoying this COOKALONG and my FIRST GIVEAWAY!
    The anxious feeling and nervousness is getting slightly better.Pop over and check see if I did this correctly!Thanks for being my bloggy buddy!!And for all the help walking me thru my first givaway.You my friend are a "PEACH", and I'm so happy to see EARL sweet smilin' face,
    HEY EARL!
    ~Jo
    LazyonLoblolly

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  4. If I weren't getting out of town--again--I'd join you! Looks delicious.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  5. I love this! I will need to run to the store, make something, and join the party!!! :D I am visiting from Jo's blog.

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  6. Ooooh, that looks so good! I think you did a wonderful job! Look at what a piggie I am, 3 entries! Now I am off to snag that fat boy!

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  7. Hi Lynn, I've shared my Three Cheese Garden Pizza. This is made with the thin crust Pillsbury dough. Gotta love Earl :o)

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  8. This is fun; just added my recipe.
    Rita

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  9. That looks delicious, Lynn! I really enjoy your Celebrity Cook-Alongs! Gotta cook, so might as well make it fun as well as delicious.
    Blessings, Beth

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  10. Lynn,
    Yes, the peppers and homegrown tomatoes would be more colorful, but this is lovely!
    Oh, and I forgot to mention....I will never forget getting stung by a bee while mowing. All of a sudden I saw this big fuzzy thing headed straight for my face and he stung me just below the eye. I was trying to mow and hold an ice pack to my face after that. That's where the self propelled feature comes in handy...

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  11. Hi, stopping by to share my Pillsbury post - it's not a bread product, but it did come from the Pillsbury 5-minute recipe book. Excited to see what everyone else made. Thanks for hosting!

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  12. Ummm...I just came over from visiting Jo@ Lazyonloblolly. Came to give a shout out to EARL. Is he here? :)
    Just kidding!
    Anyway...I am glad I did. Wow..lots to read and look at. Wonderful!!
    Mona

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  13. HI EARL! Love all the delish' eats! I will be posting mine too
    KAT

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  14. Oh yum! this looks so good and will be great once the veggies start coming in from the garden!

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  15. I wish I could be around when you all having this great cook off. Everything looks so good.

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  16. This looks & sounds so tasty Lynn! Thanks for the Pillsbury fun~ tell Earl the Dough Boy is 50 years old this year :-)

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  17. I FOUND A BABY TOMATO ON ONE OF MY PLANTS! WOO-HOO! I'll be able to make this recipe in no time at all. ;o}

    Earl, did you get your teeth whitened for the party?

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  18. I linked-up! Shelley, my thirteen year old daughter, wanted to help, so she picked a plain biscuit recipe. She over handled the dough a little, but overall they are good! I am proud of her!

    I think Earl would like them!

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  19. Looks good! I love anything made with Crescent rolls!

    I'm joining in too! Thanks for hosting!

    Katherine

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  20. Yum!!! We love that cute little guy! haha I ahve a recipe to share, but since I only have a wee bit of time to even barely manage one post a week...I will see if I can get my post up tomorrow! And I dont see that anyone has yet submitted it...so hopefully, I can get mine together to submit before someone else does :o)

    Cute Blog hop!!!

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  21. oops! I spoke too soon! For some reason...I stopped at Jo's awesome Cordon Bleu recipe...and when I went back to her post again, saw that I stopped too soon! haha So...she shared the wonderful Monkey Bread recipe that I was thinking of linking up with :o) hm...I'll have to think of another to share... Anyhoo...just wanted to say again, what a great blog hop!

    Blessings & Aloha!

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  22. That looks really delicious!! I want a slice or two right now!!

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  23. Lynn...this looks awesome. I love the shortcuts we can get using the dough!

    XO,
    Jane

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  24. Lynne, That Earl is such a funny guy! Thank you for hosting this fun monthly event. I look so forward to it! I'm going to try your pizza. YUMMY! What's not to love about great savories piled up on dough!
    Thanks again!
    Yvonne

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  25. This looks amazing...gonna try this for sure.
    I think it looks pretty, just the way you have it.

    Could you kindly tell me the name of Earl's dentist...I need whiter teeth. :)))
    xoxoxo bj

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  26. Lynn - Thanks for hosting this fun party each month. Also, thanks for keeping me on my toes and letting me know it was Jo with the giveaway :)

    Love that we used the same dish, I don't know about you but mine's a FEW years old.

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  27. That looks like it would make a nice horsdoeuvre too. I had hoped to be able to make my dish to share but this trip has been too busy. I am hoping to still share it when I get back. You'll probably faint when I actually do join in! xo

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  28. Great round-up or recipes. What a fun event, Lynn. Thanks for hosting.

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  29. Lynn, this looks great. I had planned to join in with Dough Boy cookies, but no time in the kitchen this week. ;-)
    ~ Sarah

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  30. I'm visiting from LazyonLoblolly. What a fun cook off...all recipe look delicious and hard to pick just one to prepare. :)

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  31. I am so excited to finally take part in your cook along! Thank you so much for hosting!
    Everything looks fabulous already and I cannot wait to peruse all the recipes.
    Have a great day!
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    Concetta

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  32. I'm definitely copying this recipe down, it looks and sounds delicious! I've always loved making anything with Pillsbury Dough:-) I have a huge veggie garden (it just got planted this week so will be a while yet before anything is ready) and we always plant tomatoes and peppers so this recipe will be perfect to use them in!! I've had a crush on the Dough Boy since I was a young teen, even have a picture of me holding one when I got him for Christmas when I was 12 years old! hehe xox

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  33. Oops, forgot to say HI EARL!!! lol

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  34. Where on earth did you find a chef's hat for Earl? That is so funny! Sorry, I'm a tad late but we had our little grandson all day yesterday :)

    That tomato topped onion bread sounds wonderful! That will be even more delicious with home grown tomatoes - yum.

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  35. Love Pillsbury dough and the doughboy... You have some awesome photos:)
    I don't have a recipe right now but will stop by later.... check out my blog if you get a chance!!

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  36. Hi, just found your blog. I am a new blogger and am linking up Fudge Nougats a recipe from the 1963
    Bake-Off. Hope people enjoy them. The recipes are looking very good. Thanks for having this party.

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  37. Looks so great! I love Earl's chef hat? What a big smile he has! I will have to go visit all the great recipes.

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  38. Nothing like pizza! Thanks for hosting!
    Earl looks hungry. We had one of his relatives for dinner tonight! Sorry, we pigged out! :)

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  39. So many yummy things! Reminds me... I need to go to the grocery story!

    Hi Earl!!

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  40. A little late but I added Ranchero Crescent Rounds! Thanks for hosting :)

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  41. I was over at LazyonLoblolly and all the sudden remembered I was going to add stuff to your party. Glad I got in right on tiime before it closed.

    Glad to know who Earl is! Somehow his name never cemented in my memory, so I wondered who on earth she was talking about.

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  42. I'm sorry I didn't get my act together to join in --I am having eye issues that aren't pleasant. I have been enjoying seeing all the recipes on so many blogs and have copied quite a few --like yours--for future use!

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  43. All these recipes look gosh darn goood! Hi Earl!~Ames

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