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$200 off

June 16th, 2005 at 10:21 am

After even more aggravation than I vented about on this site, we received $200 off our furnace installation. It's ridiculous what they've put us through and its not even done yet!

Oh well, even though it was stressful it was worth $200 in cash.

Tonight my sister comes over and we'll try to make the baseball game. It's a college team, so I don't think it should be too expensive. Frozen pizzas if not, and then maybe a trip to the mall. She loves the mall by my house.

I made homemade pizza last night. I made the dough from scratch with my bread machine. It took way too long though - I need to find a new recipe.

Also, the master mixes article on The Dollar Stretcher's website is awesome! I just printed it out. I'm definitely going to make a batch.

2 Responses to “$200 off”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    pizza dough thread link: http://www.savingadvice.com/forums/showthread.php?t=4166

    my favorite recipe is very fast and simple, from vegweb.com:

    Fastest, Easiest Homemade Pizza Crust

    2 cup unbleached all purpose flour
    1 cup whole wheat flour
    1 tablespoon baking powder
    12 oz. beer or club soda

    Preheat oven to 400.
    Combine all ingredients. Dough does not have to rise at all, but will be fairly wet and sticky. Press into oiled cookie sheet (12 x 18" or slightly smaller works well). If it seems too sticky to work with, sprinkle a little flour on it as you pat/press it into the pan, or oil your hands slightly.
    Top with your favorite sauce & toppings. Bake 20-25 minutes or until dough is browning & crisp around edges.

    Serves: 4-6 Preparation time: 30 min

  2. Anonymous Says:

    Thanks Kashi - I'll definitely give this a try!

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