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Old 09-13-2012, 12:53 AM
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Doug, might be time to write a book All your recipes look fantastic
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Old 11-12-2012, 03:49 PM
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Looks pretty damn good! Going to try the Stuffed Tomatoes for sure. What temp were you at?
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Old 11-12-2012, 05:18 PM
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Thanks Doug! I've always had about 180 deg of fire when I do pizza. I usually cook with no fire but what you are saying makes a lot of sense. Almost like having a knob.
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Old 11-26-2012, 06:00 AM
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Thumbs up When will you make an e-book?

Doug, I Have three or four expensive books on the subject of how and what to cook in a wood fired oven....None can hold a candle to diversity and inspiration of this thrtead. You MUST make an e-book! Brickie knows the ins and outs about doing it, give him a shout.

Have enjoyed this thread for a long, long time, thank you.
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Okay Doug, I've had enough.

If you come to the states my oven is open to you and I'll even find you students if you want. I'll help out just for some of those leftovers.

I always read your thread but I don't always respond.

Your food always looks so good.
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Fig and Goats Cheese Pizza

Figs are in season at our place so we are cooking, making jam and preserving all things fig.

Pan fried figs in olive oil with a little balsamic reduction, topped pizza with figs and goats cheese added a drizzle of olive oil and a few fresh mint leaves.
Served with a sprig of fresh mint for garnish

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I check on what you are cooking from time to time to get some good ideas. We did something similar to this recipe on the weekend.

Caramelised onion, fig and goat cheese pizza. The balsamic was in with the caramelised onions. The goat cheese was home made; it is easy to make.

This was a real hit.
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You cease to amaze me on your broad cooking dishes. BTW, how's the ovens coming helping on?
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Looks tasty
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Oh yummy! I hadn't even considered baba gnoush - but next time I'm out there making fresh bread, I'm going to be grilling up an eggplant, that's for sure! That is of course if winter ever lets up!
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Hi Doug

Have have you done that suckling pig yet?

Goat meat is not for everyone but I love it and its great slow cooked especially in Indian meals...you tried?
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