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Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!

 
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Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Flour ... Yeast ... Water ...


Tossed or Rolled?

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Water ...

Hot or COLD?

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Yeah!

Some of YOU KNOW!


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What is the ...


word????
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Nobend?
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HOW DO you DO IT?
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
2 c. bread flour.
1 1/2 tsp. yeast.
1 cup + 1 tbs. hot water.
1 tsp.sugar.
1 tbs. bacon grease.

Best by god za crust ever.
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Cheese on the Bottom?

Sauce on top?

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Sauce on the bottom ?

Cheese on top?

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Little Basil leaf?

Little "Sumthin ... Sumthin"?


Wha?
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Thank You, Sport!


I hear that COLD WATER is Best?
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02/18/2013 08:17 PM

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Skip the sugar and use room temp water for best results
"Sometimes you eat the bar, and sometimes the bar, well it eats you."
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Thank You, Sport!


I hear that COLD WATER is Best?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151


Yep, that's how I make it - cold water slows down the production of CO2 by the yeast and you don't get the big air bubbles in the dough, plus it makes for a crispier crust.
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02/18/2013 08:21 PM
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Connecticut hell
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Ahhhh!

I have hard it said that "Warm" or "ROOM TEMP" water STARTS the "Yeast Process" too soon ...

Then you get "Bubbles" and a more "Chewy" pie ...

It "Looks" bigger ...

But it doesn't really 'satisfy' ...

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Seems that the "Ice Water" ... Bread/east/Water ... Blend is the BEST?


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Italian FRIENDS ...


What do YOU Say?


Gratzi!
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
its also supposed to be all about that 00 italian flour. never seen that ish in the store though
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Flour ... Yeast ... Water ...


Tossed or Rolled?

----------------------

Water ...

Hot or COLD?

----------------------


Yeah!

Some of YOU KNOW!


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What is the ...


word????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151



I don't care what you say, some olive oil in the dough makes for a better pizza.
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02/18/2013 08:28 PM
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
2 c. bread flour.
1 1/2 tsp. yeast.
1 cup + 1 tbs. hot water.
1 tsp.sugar.
1 tbs. bacon grease.

Best by god za crust ever.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 33825975



I use 2/3 cup water and 2 tbsp olive oil and it cleans the bowl really well. No salt?
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02/18/2013 08:29 PM
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
BBQ'd pizza. put it on a stone or straight on the grill?
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Still waiting for an Italian Friend to chip in!

Word!
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Cheese on the Bottom?

Sauce on top?

-------------------

Sauce on the bottom ?

Cheese on top?

------------------


Little Basil leaf?

Little "Sumthin ... Sumthin"?


Wha?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151



I put sauce on bottom, stuff, cheese.

I frequently mix the dough and put it in the frig overnight and take it out to warm and grow the next day. It gives the yeast a little time to make some flavor.

I broke my pizza stone and I need to see if Lowes has some unglazed terra cotta tiles to put in my oven.

I lost my old sauce recipe and I'm searching for something new. No luck so far.
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Then ...

After the Crust ... ?

What?

A few slices ... (Crumbles)? ... (Shreds)? ...

of Mozerella?

What ...

On top of that?

What herbs ?


Do You DO 'Meat'?

If So ...

What?

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Come on Guys ...

Looking for YOUR BEST ...

HOME MADE ...

PIZZA!
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
its also supposed to be all about that 00 italian flour. never seen that ish in the store though
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17072342


I use GM Bread flour from the grocery store and it's pretty good. I can get a 25lb bag from a grocer supply for about 12 bucks when I remember to go by there.
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02/18/2013 08:37 PM
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Pizza Margarita is the original and best form of pizza.

This guy spent an obsessive amount of time perfecting the recipe for it, very impressive dedication and he shares all of the info, check it out:

[link to www.varasanos.com]
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02/18/2013 08:38 PM
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Mid coast is the best St. Louis style
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02/18/2013 08:38 PM
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Brooklyn pizza, hands-down. Tossed and hand-stretched, humongous pie, lol...olive oil on the dough, then sauce, then cheese. Unless L&B Spumoni Gardens, cheese on the bottom, sauce on top.

[link to www.difara.com]
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Idea being ...

Pizza MIGHT JUST be OUR basic Food ...

If all Goes South !

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Flour - Yeast - Water ...

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Pitch IN!


Let's Get Creative!
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02/18/2013 08:40 PM
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Brick oven, has to be brick oven. I even have a special stone slab that turns a regular oven into a brick oven. Because God help me if you cook my pizza in a regular oven...
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Brick oven, has to be brick oven. I even have a special stone slab that turns a regular oven into a brick oven. Because God help me if you cook my pizza in a regular oven...
 Quoting: Booster Gold


It's all about high temperature, and it doesn't necessarily need to be a brick oven, just a hot oven (hotter than most home ovens get except for on cleaning cycle). Brick-oven in the restaraunt pizza industry is more of a marketing gimmick than anything.
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"West Coast" pizza crust? That's like saying "Miami" Cheesesteak.
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Re: Pizza Crust - East Coast vs. West Coast ! WORD!
Flour ... Yeast ... Water ...


Tossed or Rolled?

----------------------

Water ...

Hot or COLD?

----------------------


Yeah!

Some of YOU KNOW!


---------------------


What is the ...


word????
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151


Then ...

After the Crust ... ?

What?

A few slices ... (Crumbles)? ... (Shreds)? ...

of Mozerella?

What ...

On top of that?

What herbs ?


Do You DO 'Meat'?

If So ...

What?

-----------------------


Come on Guys ...

Looking for YOUR BEST ...

HOME MADE ...

PIZZA!
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 5943151


Ok op

here goes

pesto (instead of tomato sauce)
Roasted chicken
mozzarella
piquante peppers chopped finely
black pepper
green peppers chopped roughly
Button mushrooms cooked in butter & thinly sliced

delicious

I also use olive oil in the dough
hf
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02/18/2013 08:47 PM
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"West Coast" pizza crust? That's like saying "Miami" Cheesesteak.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15015575


[link to wyeastpizza.com]


we do pretty well out here on the left coast...
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"West Coast" pizza crust? That's like saying "Miami" Cheesesteak.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15015575


[link to wyeastpizza.com]


we do pretty well out here on the left coast...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32130791


Ok, it looks pretty, I'll give you that. hf But, how many people does it feed?

Brooklyn pies = 4 people or more... or only 2 people, if you're dining with a gavone. peace
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02/18/2013 08:58 PM
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"West Coast" pizza crust? That's like saying "Miami" Cheesesteak.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15015575


[link to wyeastpizza.com]


we do pretty well out here on the left coast...
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 32130791


That looks pretty good. When I lived in Cali for a year it seemed that all of the pizza was either subpar and expensive regular pizza, or just straight weird (cinnamon in the tomato sauce, and other various abominations).
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02/18/2013 08:59 PM
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Also op

You Can add your favourite herbs and spices to the dough too

I crush garlic & put it in bottles of virgin olive oil. The authentic way is to roast whole garlic cloves in tin foil until you have a liquid. This is what chefs use in making garlic bread.

As for adding herbs, 2 tsp of fresh herbs equals 1 tsp of dry herbs. When adding herbs & spices to taste, always remember rosemary, thyme & eastern spies in moderation.

Also chicken can be marinated in garam masala (or other spices) and any liquid like orange juice with cornflour for thicker consistency or honey for sticky marinade.
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Also op

You Can add your favourite herbs and spices to the dough too

I crush garlic & put it in bottles of virgin olive oil. The authentic way is to roast whole garlic cloves in tin foil until you have a liquid. This is what chefs use in making garlic bread.

As for adding herbs, 2 tsp of fresh herbs equals 1 tsp of dry herbs. When adding herbs & spices to taste, always remember rosemary, thyme & eastern spies in moderation.

Also chicken can be marinated in garam masala (or other spices) and any liquid like orange juice with cornflour for thicker consistency or honey for sticky marinade.
 Quoting: tayto


Try adding some ground rose or lavender to the dough.

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