Discussion in 'Food & Wine' started by TNHarley, Jul 27, 2017.
Got a few tech tricks in the engine, runs like a scalded dog...
Mines a 2000 model. I bought it around five years ago so I'm not sure if it's goth he done to it. Mine has got short stack Vance and Hines exhaust. I think it's got a nice cam in it as well. She hits a hard lick man. Never heard another bike like it. The power isn't much to brag about. Of course, I had a long sport bike phase lol..
If it's had a cam upgrade, then it should be race tuned as well, and have a intake and exhaust upgrade, Screaming Eagle is good stuff. Vance and Hines is good stuff.
Live to Ride, Ride to Live...
Have you ever fried the tortilla lightly first till it puffs up then place the topings on it into the oven to make a quick pizza crust using a tortilla? Also someone once used a specific brand of pita bread as a pizza crust that fooled me, that made a good fast & easy pizza crust.
I just used the new
MISSION Homestyle Soft and Fluffy
Tortilla as a pizza crust and it came out the best yet. Realy puffed up and was a nice texture. Fried one side brown the otherside lighter and placed the sauce & toppings (thick mushrooms)on the lightly fried side and put it in the toaster oven grille setting 8:30 minutes.
I used both mozz and nonsmoked provolone.
Quick and easy.
Anchovies are gross.
There's certain fish that I just won't eat and anchovies are one of them. I hate tuna too. I don't even want to smell it. I've actually banned tuna from my home and barred my wife from eating tuna.
I got that same effect from putting it in the oven.
There is a local deli we go to sometimes. The youngest doesnt ever want a sandwich, he wants their pizza. They use pita bread. Him and the wife like em. Might have to try that out as well!
We make falafels on pita bread with lettuce,tomatoes and cucumber quite a bit. They are awesome.
You know pita can be used to make a great garlic bread. Cut in halves,
butter the inside pocket, sprinkle garlic powder and oregano, coat the outside with a little olive oil, after toasted put a little more olive oil on the outside and sprinkle with parm cheese.
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