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LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

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  • LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

    Did anyone see the "Pizza Cuz" episode where a Pizzaria owner added 2 1/2 pitchers of Olive Oil to the dough he was making?

    I didnt record this one...................

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    Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

    Yes I have seen that. It was certainly a "different" type of pizza...Sal and Francis liked it...
    " Life is art, live a masterpiece"

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      Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

      Did anyone get the recipe? I now have my DVR to record all of these episodes, but will have to wait until that episode air's.
      Has anyone ever heard of this much olive oil in a dough recipe?
      It was 2 1/2 pitchers into what seemed to be 40 or 50 pounds of flour....

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      • #4
        Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

        I have never seen the show.

        Why would you put oil in if you can get a good result without it?

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        • #5
          Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

          Originally posted by petanque View Post
          I have never seen the show.

          Why would you put oil in if you can get a good result without it?
          Maybe he produce olive oil and if millions of his viewers, start using it by the pitcher fulls, that would lubricate his bank account?

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          • #6
            Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

            Hey, that episode was just on....then I remembered this thread....Any way..The Portland chef inquestion used what looked like 1/2 corn, meal or flour? and 1/2 wheat flour in a very large resturant mixer, then , the oil....they didn't say how much flour or what type of yeast. They were trying to "recreate" " Chicago" deep dish, I guess........They baked the crusts in cast iron for 3....min before removing from the oven then, topping and putting back in. It was the same episode that had the "no knead guy" from N.Y.
            " Life is art, live a masterpiece"

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            • #7
              Re: LOTS of Olive Oil in Dough on "PIZZA CUZ" episode

              aahhhh....... so they were using all this olive oil for a deep dish crust? I remember seeing the part where this guy put at least 2 pitchers (draft beer type of pitcher) into the large mixer.
              Maybe all the oil makes the dough similar to a pie crust.......... ?
              Has anyone else seen this episode?

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