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Pizza, How to Pass the Winter Time - February 18, 2009, 03:51 PM

I am somewhat of a pizza junkie and good pizza joints are tough to come by around here. (winchester) Sure there is Anthony's, 314 (that's pi, get it), Kings and some others but they are all just ok. 314 was the go to, but as their prices went up and income went down the weekly pizza night was no longer. $40 for 2 16" pies and a dozen wings wasn't cutting it any longer.

After a little research and $20 for some screens, a docker, and new stone the Space pizza kitchen was born. Sure it not as easy as making a phone call but experimenting with different formulas has been fun. My pies are getting very close to what I remember as a kid in NY. I have a liking for Pizza Hut Pan Pizza and have got the recipe nailed.

I have found that about 65% hydration and any good flour will yield a good crust. Using a sour dough starter has given the crust the flavor the lacks when using IDY.

Unfortunately a standard oven only heats to 550 degrees and the crust doesn't get the charred flavor of a real pizza oven. The screens seem to help a little. They allow the pie to sit right over the heating element where as the stone doesn't seen to transfer the low hear very well.

Store bought pizza sauce is crap, except for Mia. Atleast I think that was the name. Its available at Wegman's for $3 a jar, ouch. $3 gets me a 6# can of tomatoes that yields 3 12oz jars of sauce.

Kim can't have pizza without wings wich are still a work in progress. As of now the favorite is a medium hot parmeasan garlic sauce.

Dough after 24 hours in the refer.


Stretched a little too thin. I have found that about 575 grams is what I like for a thin, crisp crust.


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I estimate the total cost of 2 pies and wings at about $15 plus an about 90 min. to prep and cook. Right now time is free

Tonight is pizza night!
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February 18, 2009, 03:58 PM

Sweeeet looks gooooood. Makin me hungry.


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February 18, 2009, 04:12 PM

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Looks really good.. Crap. Hungry again


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February 18, 2009, 05:15 PM

Nice! We've done some experimenting here at the house...but lose interest after a couple days.

They look great!


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dang that's awesome. looks damn good too
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February 18, 2009, 06:21 PM

damn, that looks good! more details on the recipe, plz. thanks for sharing
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February 18, 2009, 06:52 PM

I've tried this a few times myself and it never turns out as nice as yours
Do you cater?


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February 18, 2009, 07:07 PM

pizza I make:



I have tons more and more varieties.. this is just hawaiin and margherita


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I have tons more and more varieties.. this is just hawaiin and margherita
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February 18, 2009, 07:16 PM

that is home made whole wheat dough btw. and sauce i got at wegmans. do not use much sauce.


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February 18, 2009, 07:19 PM

Here are some of tonights. A simple cheese , a pep and mush and a white.



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