My kids knew them as “hot pockets.” Miners in Michigan knew them as “pasties.” Immigrants in St. Paul know them as “piroshky.” To me, I guess they are calzones either with red sauce or white. Whatever you call them, they’re versatile, easy to make, and good.
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I know. You don't have time to bake in the evening, much less the morning. But here's a way you can do two breakfasts--maybe three--next week and invest less than ten minutes in morning prep time.
A good lady in California once wrote us, “Monkey bread is the most scrumptious concoction on the planet!”. The story is that Nancy Reagan made it popular when she was in the white house during the Reagan years. Anything this scrumptious should be popular.
Bake a potato, slice it lengthwise, scoop out the flesh and whip it with goodies, load it back into the shell, and bake it again. That's the basic twice baked potato. Here are some things you can do to take it one step further.