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Don’t let the name deter you—"garbage bread" is called that because you can use whatever leftovers you have on hand to fill it. In this case, you’ll roll up a Pittsburgh-inspired combo of smoky kielbasa, tangy sauerkraut, and savory cheddar cheese in pizza dough, sprinkle on sesame and caraway seeds for extra crunch and flavor, and bake it until golden-brown. Once sliced, these easy pinwheels are perfect for serving as part of a tailgating spread (especially if you’re feeding Steelers fans, though everyone else will love them too), with plenty of grainy mustard on the side for dipping. Try our New England Clam Chowder Bites recipe and our Buffalo Chicken Kolaches recipe too; make them all at once for a truly super spread.
Use these bags to carry along your contribution to the tailgating feast at someone else's place. They're also ideal for storing leftovers, but there won't be any when you serve these, no matter what teams your friends are pulling for (and yes, that includes Ravens fans).Buy Now ›
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