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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinomaster View Post
    Sometimes it would cup and get browned on the edges which was ideal.
    The technical term for this is a pepperoni chalice.
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    Pizza is so beautiful.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinomaster View Post
    Does anyone know were to get good quality, spicy pepperoni? When I was kid in NY (Upstate) my favorite pizza had very flavorful, spicy (a little hot) pepperoni. Sometimes it would cup and get browned on the edges which was ideal. Most of the stuff available in the store just tastes greasy.. no spice, no heat, and as a result I buy spicy soressata or prosciutto. I would love to get some good pepperoni though..

    p.s. I will not buy a Hormel product after reading a recent Mother Jones expose.
    Look for spicy sopressata. To my eye, that's what old fashioned spicy pepperoni really was. You can get it in a couple varieties ranging from sweet to super hot. Check Faicco's Pork Store. They have places in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Probably have to call them to get them to ship.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by j44ke View Post
    Look for spicy sopressata. To my eye, that's what old fashioned spicy pepperoni really was. You can get it in a couple varieties ranging from sweet to super hot. Check Faicco's Pork Store. They have places in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Probably have to call them to get them to ship.
    I usually get Alps hot sopressata and it's great, but like I said, I'd like some good old fashioned tasty pepperoni. I might try Boarshead, but I will look up Faiccio's too. Taste Test: Pepperoni Sticks | Slice Pizza Blog
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shinomaster View Post
    I usually get Alps hot sopressata and it's great, but like I said, I'd like some good old fashioned tasty pepperoni. I might try Boarshead, but I will look up Faiccio's too. Taste Test: Pepperoni Sticks | Slice Pizza Blog
    A full report will be expected if you undertake this arduous test.
     

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    This was a good little pizza and the pepperoni was killer.
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    This is the best tasting easiest to work dough I ever had the pleasure of making. See the image for what little was left of the cheesesteak pizza my family just went to town on.

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    Let me start by saying that we grill pizza at least once a week, year round, and more in the nicer seasons. And, we never use anything but the grill. No stone, steel pan or anything else, just as though you are grilling steak. 1 package active dry yeast 1 cup warm water 1 1/4 cups unbleached white flour 2 tbsp. olive oil 1/2tsp. salt 1 cup whole wheat flour Mix yeast, warm water and white flour. Mix well, then add oil, salt and wheat flour. Place dough on lightly floured counter/table. Knead for about five minutes, or until it gets elasticy. Put in an oiled bowl, in a warm place for an hour or so. This is the easiest, most grill ready pizza dough that we have made. Be sure to be exact in measuring, this ain't the time to freestyle. This will make enough dough for a couple of sheet pan size pies. It is so easy, do not be scared.. Take the dough, thin out to your desired thickness (i usually go 1/4" or so), put on sheet pan/stone whatever, take directly to the grill. Place dough over direct heat for about 5 minutes or so.. When the bottom of the crust looks almost done, remove from the grill.. Grilled side up. You should be putting your toppings on what was the bottom side, now turned upside down. When you have your toppings on, put back on the grill until it is done. Now there is lots more to this in regards to toppings. i.e. precooking proteins and what not, but as far as pizza goes, it is that easy. Dough, grill, toppings, grill, eat/drink/accept accolades.
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    Man I'm getting hungry at work.. only if we had ovens here..

    Homemade pizza - 30 minutes from start to finish ! (easy ingredients)
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    Well two days ago Mom and I decided to make pizza together for Mother's Day. So now i shall review this whole thread.

    She has never had home-made pizza. I've not tried the grill for pizza. I think she's excited about it.

    I'll make up a batch of dough tonight and maybe a fresh batch over there tomorrow. I'll take my stone and some big iron. We'll experiment.

    Too bad it's too early for real tomatoes...






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    Red onion, hot cherry peppers, and tuna.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by profkrispy View Post
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    Red onion, hot cherry peppers, and tuna.
    Strong work. I'm admiring your tooling, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by profkrispy View Post
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    Red onion, hot cherry peppers, and tuna.
    I see myself making a cutter like that.

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    You'll be making more than one, I reckon.
     

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    homemade sourdough crust with some passata, heirloom tomatoes, goat cheese, and fresh rocket
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by stev0 View Post
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    homemade sourdough crust with some passata, heirloom tomatoes, goat cheese, and fresh rocket
    Looks wicked awesome.
     

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    thanks! the dough was awesome but I need to work on technique. don't really make pizza too often.
     

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    That's looks like a Roland Della Santa Osso Bucco chainstay pizza cutter...

    Quote Originally Posted by profkrispy View Post
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    Red onion, hot cherry peppers, and tuna.
     

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    I need to up my game. My wife has put forth notice that I am making pizza for the rugrat's first b-day shindig next month.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    I need to up my game. My wife has put forth notice that I am making pizza for the rugrat's first b-day shindig next month.
    Your game is plenty up as it is.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by robin3mj View Post
    I need to up my game. My wife has put forth notice that I am making pizza for the rugrat's first b-day shindig next month.
    FWIIW I've done this for family kids and let them construct their own pizzas. I pre-make doughs and stack them with a little corn flour and wax paper. They get to choose three ingredients and I do the baking. Pretty much a winner. Curiously kids seem to love goat cheese, it melts into a nice puddle.

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