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Old 05-17-2014, 05:40 PM
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Thanks for your kind comments Liteceeper and I hope your finishing works go well.

Personally I am not entirely happy with my pies - they taste good but not getting the leoparding of a true NP pie. Currently spending time on the pizza making forums to try and discover what I am doing wrong
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Old 05-17-2014, 08:11 PM
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That's your pie there is leoparding starting on it it. Not all over. You might try a using a small turning peel it makes it easy to move a pizza in the oven than a bigger peel.
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Old 05-17-2014, 08:24 PM
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Thanks for your kind comments Liteceeper and I hope your finishing works go well.

Personally I am not entirely happy with my pies - they taste good but not getting the leoparding of a true NP pie. Currently spending time on the pizza making forums to try and discover what I am doing wrong
A pizza is a pizza. Only in America is it known, for some unknown reason, as a pie.

If you are not getting the leoparding perhaps your floor is not hot enough. Do you use the semolina test?

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These are not pizzas they are pies.
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Old 05-18-2014, 02:02 AM
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Nice looking lot of pastry there Davids.
Thing that always gets me, is pie to our American friends usually means something sweet. But a pizza "pie" is normally savoury. figure?
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Old 05-26-2014, 02:41 AM
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I know my build is finished but had to share this picture of my pizza napolitana Margherita which I finally nailed:
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I know my build is finished but had to share this picture of my pizza napolitana Margherita which I finally nailed:
I would be inclined to share that too. Looks very tasty. Finishing the oven is only the start of Chapter 2
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Dave, conversation from the other thread:

Not so good unfortunately. Still on the market. Bit of a niche house though as its too expensive for first home buyers and too small for families.
Suits empty nesters just need to find one interested.
Take a look if you like:
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Old 07-09-2014, 05:40 AM
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Nice looking lot of pastry there Davids.
Thing that always gets me, is pie to our American friends usually means something sweet. But a pizza "pie" is normally savoury. figure?
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I meant to respond to this a while back. Doesn't just about every continent have some sort of savory or meat pie? Surely not just us backwards Americans with our weird terminology and archaic imperial system.

Tourtière is a Canadian meat pie I grew up with ( dad was born in Montreal) and the good woman is french/Irish so we've made and ate a fair portion of them. It on the list of thing to make in the oven.
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