The other day they aired a rerun of when he was at Rutgers University and had to eat 5 Fat Sandwiches in 45 minutes. One would think if he paced himself by eating 1 every 9 minutes he'd win. But no. He ate the first one in 4 minutes, the first 2 in 13 minutes. And he lost the challenge. Finishing only about four and a half of the sandwiches.
Earlier in the show he feasted on Stromboli. I watched him make his own. It looked simply wonderful. All the cheese and sauce oozing out of the cut end. I have to admit, I coveted. I was ready to go to New Brunswick, New Jersey and get one. But, Darn that Dave Ramsey for teaching me to be responsible.
After the first rising of the bread dough, I rolled out half (the other half I made into a regular loaf) and layered the seasoned beef and 1/2 pound grated Swiss cheese on half the rolled out dough. Then I folded the top over and pinched the edges closed. I let it rise about another 45 minutes.
Then I baked it at 400* for 10 minutes, reduced the heat to 350* and cooked it an additional 25 minutes. When it was done, I buttered the top and added dried parsley.
Now that's big!
I think next time I'll add a marinara sauce and ignore my seven-year old who thinks I should open a restaurant.