Hmmmmmm, calzones.... Recipe of Dough: 1 1/2 Cup Warm Water (105*-115*) 1 Tablespoon Sugar 1 Tablespoon yeast 1/2 Teaspoon salt 3 to 4 cups of flour In a large bowl combine warm water, sugar and yeast and let set to proof Let stand for 10 - 15 to 20 minutes until finsihed proofing and looks bubbly! Add 1 cup of flour into a separate bowl and add proofed yeast. Mix in 1/2 flour (usually takes me 2 additional cups) until dough starts to pull away from sides of bowl and has a moderate stickiness to it! I usually knead the dough for just a few minutes tops until I think it's at the right consistency/stickiness and form into a ball. Add 2 Tablespoons MARGARINE in the bottom of a bowl, I prefer margarine I think it makes a difference in the end result of the crust. However you can use oil or butter or whatever you prefer. Toss dough around in the margarine until covered and this is completely optionly**** but I add: Parmesan cheese, garlic power, red pepper flakes, herbs from garden (basil oregano) and anything else to flavor my dough) before I cover it to rise. Cover and let dough rise for 1 or 2 hours until it double size like so..... Once dough in punched down, I used 1/2 the dough and roll out about a and add my fillings of choice (here it's turkey pepperoni and cheese) Once filled just fold over, no specific way of doing this just fold over. Once folded over, I use my grandmothers crafty handy dandy ravioli sealer, but your fingers work too! I cornmeal my pizza stone and get them ready to rise!!!! Cook until golden brown ---I cook at 300-350 45 minutes or so in the smoker just like I'd cook them in the oven-- however others claim you need to cook close to the temperature of hell at 500 or so degrees. (300 works fine for me, it's a delicate crust so I use delicate temps.) Unfortunately I missed out on taking pics of them coming off the smoker. MY son had a loose tooth I had to convince him to pull for 2 hours.....but here is my smoker calzone. I also made fresh garden marinara for the calzones, I was able to snap a pic of my hubby eating his last bite.