Sgt. Maj. Buzzkill
- Feb 1, 2008
- Kiel/Wherever, Germany
- '19 BMW M240i
NOOOOOO!Looks really, really good.
The only thing I would do different would be to tip the garlic into the pan and cook for 10 seconds before you add the tomato.
The best pizzas are always to be found either in restaurants or dedicated non franchise pizza shops.Ordered pizza at Domino's yesterday... Pretty decent pizza's actually. But the best pizza's ever are about 500m away from me in a little Italian restaurant called Piccola Venezia. I'll remember to snap a picture the next time I go there
Great recipe!So I mentioned my own pizza technique in another thread and a few people asked me for the method so here goes.(...)
That looks delicious.I wanted to try a new pizzeria today.....asshats were closed, FUCKERS! I drove 25 miles because the business hours posted on their website conveyed otherwise. Fortunately an old favorite of mine was only a few miles away.
That pie can be had at Hard Knox Pizza in Knoxville, TN.... but from Antioch we're talking a 360 mile round trip. I bitch about the 30 miles I have to drive for it.That looks delicious.
I had one of my best friends here desert me and move to Nashville for her job about 3 months ago. Like me, she is a pizza freak. What places would you personally recommend? Feel free to PM if you don't want every Tennessean on the forums to go to your favorite spots.
She lives in the Cane Ridge/Antioch area, but is willing to drive some for really great pizza.
not that i know off, normally the mroe you knead it, the betterMade my own homemade BBQ Chicken Pizza two nights in a row as it was soo gooood. Next time, I will not be using Trader Joe's pre-made dough. It didn't seem to rise enough after kneading it. Is it possible to over-knead the dough and make it tougher? I've never played with dough with yeast in it.