Sean A.:

Definitely one to try.

Originally posted on Griffin' s Grub:

Making Calzones on the Egg

     What is the difference between a calzone and a stromboli? I looked all over the internet….at least as much as I could before the ADHD kicked in and things quit processing and I got bored. What I did find out is that there is a lot of arguing back and forth with no real definition to be found.

     A calzone (which is Italian for Pant Leg, referring to a style of pants worn back in the 18th Century. Aren’t you glad you came here to find that out? Don’t you think you’ll sleep better tonight knowing that?) is folded over and has a crescent shape, much like a turnover, and a stromboli is rolled up into a log shape. That is about where all the agreement stops. Some say one should have a sauce inside it while others say it should be on the…

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