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Tackle this Pepperoni Roll

Now that we can fully concentrate on the NFL season and we are enjoying the playoffs, it's time to get serious again about lots of gameday food.   Today I want to feature a Pepperoni Roll.  I found this through Twitter from Grilling 24x7.  Grilling 24x7 is a website dedicated to, well....grilling.  He gets this recipe from the book,  John Madden Ultimate Tailgating and even gives us instructions on re-heating the roll on the grill at the tailgate so it is piping hot at the games.  I love that for those fellas that have their grill at the stadium.  Since I'm a grill-free girl at my tailgates, this would suit my Gameday Style for after the game with my crew at home or on a Sunday afternoon at home watching some games.  

love the addition of banana peppers!


Ingredients:
Pillsbury Pizza Dough
1/4 lb genoa salami
1/4 lb sandwich pepperoni
1/4 lb sliced mozzarella cheese
1/4 lb sliced provolone cheese
Mild banana peppers
ground corn meal

Now head on over to Grilling 24x7 for the fantastic how-to photos.  

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