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Old 01-09-2011, 12:56 PM
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And just in case I haven't posted it before, the pizza dogs:
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Old 01-09-2011, 07:44 PM
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Hi TS!

Those dogs look like they are experienced at eating at the pizza oven!

I rarely make more than one pizza of a given kind so I usually snitch a small slice from each pie. But, like you I mainly cook. I don't usually sit down before we are at least half way through when we have groups of more than four (and more than four pizzas). For smaller groups I just cook each pie and eat with the guests and then prep and cook another. But when it is eight or ten...I cook and eat on the run.

What are your dogs favorites? Let's see.... dropped meat of any kind, dropped cheese...bacon....pancetta, and ????

Hang in there!
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Old 01-09-2011, 09:41 PM
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Tom,

What characters! Those two pizza dogs look like they're right out of a cartoon!
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They prefer pizza bones (crust).
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No, I cook the pies and everyone else eats them right then. I might sneak in a slice, but I don't eat while cooking as a rule.


That is a familiar theme, I am sure. I need to get one of my boys doing some cooking so I can burn the roof of my mouth.
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....snip.... The Caputo is slightly better flavor-wise, but it is a PIA to cook with, hard to find and expensive. I do not see myself using it as my normal dough,....snip....
Is this your bottom line for the Caputo flours you have tried? I'm just about to settle for the King Arthur flour locally available.....
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No Central Market up there? I am sure I will use it again, but I will use the KABF far more often.
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No Central Market up there? I am sure I will use it again, but I will use the KABF far more often.
That is what I thought you meant. Central market is about an hour away, when its not snowing. All they had last week was their store brand and King Arthur flours. I have read many good things about King Arthur and bought some....Am I missing something at the market?

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Both of them here have it, but it is low and hard to see.
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The last time I bought Caputo pizzeria flour, I had to:

(1) Search on the internet for a local source.
(2) Call the sole us importer in Florida to get the name of a local distributor.
(3) Call said distributor to check availability.
(4) Show up on a specific day of the week.
(5) Bring cash.
(6) Exact change.
(7) Get interrogated about why I wanted the stuff.

Molina Caputo must be aware that Americans are increasingly sophisticated about food and ingredients. Why should buying their product be so much like a drug deal?
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