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Old 02-19-2008, 02:41 PM
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Default Re: Schiacciata all'uva

Carioca, all,

Over the weekend I finally got around to making it, with seedless, non crunchy grapes. The contrast between the sweetness of the grapes, the punch of the coarse Brittany sea salt, and the aromatic pungency of the rosemary really was something special. I definitely will try it with blueberries when they're in season and maybe layer the dough. The pics are posted in the Photo Gallery, because I wanted the file size a bit bigger. Also made two loaves of Pane in cassetta de Altamura, with 100 per cent golden durham flour, plus personal sized Pizza alle patae di Genzano and Pizza Margherita. Umm, they did not last long, as you can see, so all I could shoot were the temporary leftovers. All but the last formula are based on Leader's book.

Throughout, I used the Tuscan olive oil from the FB store. If you haven't tried it, do, it's really fabulous. Pizza dough was made with 100 per cent Caputo, using James' recipe: best dough yet. In the past, I struggled with my bread peels to make pizza , but it's much easier now with the perforated loading peel and the round turning peel I got from FB. Large difference.

Jim
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