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Old 02-13-2014, 12:27 PM   #1
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Pizza! Pizza! and no it is not Little Ceasars

Pizza! Pizza!

I am a really big pizza fan, at any give time in my life I would say I have pizza a couple times a week.

Lately I have been checking out dough recipes on-line, although I am a big thin crust person, I am leaving my options open.

A few weeks back my cousin from Georgia was visiting, and her husband is a big pizza making person himself. He gave me a recipe for a deep dish crust that is just in a word awesome.

Early this year, you know when it was still warm out, I cooked some thin crust pizzas on my Weber. Here are some of the pictures from that event.

This was a simple pizza, it had green peppers, onions, pepperoni, bacon, mozzarella, and provolone cheeses. I made 4 of them.





I was bored out of my mind waiting for all the pizzas to cook, so I played a little Minecraft on my xbox out in the garage.... Yes I have a big ass tv in the garage, it also has cable, surround sound, computer, and a blu-ray player hooked to it! HA! I AM A TECHNO GEEK!




Now on to the new deep dish pan pizza dough and the pizzas that I made just last week.

This time around I made up just 3 pizzas..

Pizza one is for the simple. Mushrooms, pepperoni, onion, and bacon.


Number 2, Mushrooms, onion, olives, pepperoni, green peppers, bacon.


Number 3, that was mine. It was a layer pizza. Pepperoni, onion, provolone cheese, mozzarella cheese mushrooms.


Baked them all......... Waiting.......... Waiting.......... Waiting.......................


The only one I really cared about was mine in the end!
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Old 02-13-2014, 12:41 PM   #2
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I literally drooled on last pic!!!!!!!
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Old 02-13-2014, 12:48 PM   #3
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All I can say is that it was very good.
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Damn I'm with Bosko, great looking' pies Max!
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Old 02-13-2014, 01:10 PM   #5
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If you all want the dough recipe let my know, and I will post it up.... I have people coming over tomorrow, think I might go and make some dough so we can have some pies...
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Wow, excellent looking pies!!!
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Mama Mia! That looks Eyetalian! Good job Sir. I love pizza as a hog loves slop..prefereably with anchovies and pickled japs. We been making a lot of French Bread models. I like them about as well as the others. Is that normal?
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Well the only thing with this dough, is that you need to make it 24 hours in advance. It has to have 24 hours to raise. I have let it raise for 12 hours before, it was all right, but not great. It is one of those things that taste better the longer you let it sit. I have let it set for almost 48 hours before too, that time it almost tasted like sourdough. Next time I make some I will post up the recipe and some pictures.
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Guess we like the tops the best. I try not to eat a lot of carbs so to keep my youthful figure and six pack abs looking good.
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Guess we like the tops the best. I try not to eat a lot of carbs so to keep my youthful figure and six pack abs looking good.
that's some funny shit right there!!!
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Yeah the only six pack you got is sitting in the cooler next to you.
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Now now...I only drink beer on boys day out with the guys..on Mon Weds and Friday. For everyday sipping I go got ice water with a touch of Vino..aka Franzia Chillable Red in the big box. That is how Eyetalian parents teach their Chillins to grow up to like wine ya know? One guy with experience said he mixed his wine with coke but that did not sound very healthy to me. Cokes are dangerous.
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