I made pizza last night, with dough made the day before.
First use of our pizza stone. Finally the investment pays off. Delicious!
Making the dough, putting a sauce & toppings on it, and sliding it onto a pizza stone feels so much more REAL than any other method.
Though it also makes me wish I had one of those 'spensive ovens that hits 700°F and finishes in ~3 minutes. For the final bit of legitimacy.
I have a nice pizza peel that I bought from the local restaurant supply store, though. And a shaker full of cornmeal. 87% legitimacy.
A stone helps heaps though, great thing to have. This just reminded me that I broke my pizza stone a while back and never got around to replacing it.
Pizza rebel indeed! Gives me ideas, though!
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@thraeryn The recipe I used is https://www.acouplecooks.com/how-to-make-pizza-dough/
With the caveat that I ignored the specific flour brand (I jut used the finest flour at my wholefoods grocer), and I don't have an electric mixer (just used my hands for everything): that gets my personal recommendation. Follow the directions exactly and it turns out great.
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