Monday, August 04, 2008


My have I been busy! Last week I had to get my twin boy's ready to go on a camping trip with their best friend's. They will be gone until August 10th.

I went to a pig roast on Saturday at our Awana Commander's house. I took two of my grandchildren plus my son Bo. We had a great time. I'll have to share all about it soon.

Tonight my hubby is going to make Stromboli for us for dinner. I thought I'd share the recipe. YUMMY!

Frozen Bread dough - let thaw

1 egg yolk
1 table spoon permasan cheese
1tsp parsley
1tsp oregano
1/2 tsp pepper
2 table spoons oil

Mix together,

Roll out dough, spread mix over dough.

fill with Meat and cheese and veg of your choice.

I love Mild sausage, mushrooms, onions and cheese.

Pinch dough sides together.

Use egg whites - brush over the bread
roll up dough

Bake at 350 degrees for 35 - 45 minutes

This makes 1 loaf


Greg C said...

I love stromboli but never thought about using the frozen dough. I put off making it because of the trouble making the dough so maybe now I have no more excuses. Thanks for the little push.

Kathy said...

What a blessing to have a husband who can cook for you!!

Lori said...

greg C,

The stromboli came out so good. We decided to add sausage, mushrooms, onions, and black olives. It was just my husband and I at home for dinner last night so we got to have all of our favorites. We enjoyed it so much we decided to make another one tonight. Tonight, we are going to try it with Pizza dough. I'd better run and make it. We wanted it to be able to rise all day.


I sure have a good man. I love it when we can cook side by side. last night was a lot of fun. All three boy's were gone so we got to enjoy each other.

Love Ya,


groovyoldlady said...

Well, my man has moved up to cheese quesadillas. Next thing you know it'll be stromboli!

Lori said...

Oh groovy,

You are to funny! It really is good.

Love Ya,


Christy said...

Glad you found my blog via Adventureland! I've enjoyed skimming through yours (and that stromboli recipe looks fantastic)!

Prayers are with you and your journey with cancer (you really did get some great comments and questions about the wig!).

Kristy said...

I have never made this before - I can't wait to try it!
Praying for you this day ~


Amel's Realm said...

Never tried making stromboli. Maybe later I'll do it. THANKS for the recipe! ;-D

HUGS for you and hope you always keep your spirits up! ;-D

Lori said...


I love it!! You won't believe this but my hubby and I ate stromboli all week. We wanted to try a different crust so I made my homemade pizza dough last night tried it again. YUMMY!

Love you, Thanks for praying for me. I'll let you know how Chemo goes tomorrow. I've been a bit nervous today but Hey! I'm in the Master's hands.


I pray you like the stromboli. It's fun to play with the recipe. YOu can put whatever you like inside. Plus, we add Prov. & Mozz. Cheese. I just love it!

Thank you, I'm really trying to keep my spirits up.


Jim said...

Lori, I've never eaten stromboli. It sounds good, I'd put sausage, mushrooms, onions and cheese in mine also.
Maybe they are like large Lean Pockets, I make those a lot. The good thing about them is the two minute to meal time.

e-Mom said...

Wow, a pig roast? I can hardly wait to hear all about it. :~D

Lori said...


You are sooo funny! If you don't like to cook you might want to stick with the Lean Pockets. LOL!


Oh, I've been so bad about blogging. I sit down to blog and the words that used to flow from my fingers just won't come. The pig roast was a lot of fun but for some reason I never sat down to write about them. Don't forget about me for next month's marriage Monday. I should be back and ready to go soon.