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    Can you recommend me a pizza recipe?

    Can anyone recommend me a pizza recipe? Preferably a pizza that can be eaten when cold. Preferably New Yalk style pizza. Thanks!

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    Do you have any baking background? Pizza, in my experience, can be as in depth or simple as you are willing to make it. Some things it would help to know to recommend a recipe:

    Do you plan on using commercial yeast or a starter?
    Do you plan to hand knead or use a mixer?

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    Also - pizza oven? Grill? Baking stone in home oven?

    One of my favorite combinations is carmelized red onions, capers, kalamata olives with a little cheese. I do this in a scorching wood fired oven where it crisps and bubbles in a very rustic style - I've tried it a regular oven and it doesn't translate nearly as well.

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    I highly recommend looking at Slice on Serious Eats. Search for the "Pizza Lab" (IIRC); there should be a recipe for no knead pizza dough. It takes time, but it works extremely well. If you don't have a great oven, they have a recipe for a skillet/broiler method.
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    Quote Originally Posted by adletson View Post
    Do you have any baking background? Pizza, in my experience, can be as in depth or simple as you are willing to make it. Some things it would help to know to recommend a recipe:

    Do you plan on using commercial yeast or a starter?
    Do you plan to hand knead or use a mixer?
    I have made pizza before quite a few times and they turned out well. But I never tried thin-crusted NY style pizza. I know a bit about baking/yeast/etc. And no mixer, everything will be done by hand.


    Quote Originally Posted by Namaxy View Post
    Also - pizza oven? Grill? Baking stone in home oven?

    One of my favorite combinations is carmelized red onions, capers, kalamata olives with a little cheese. I do this in a scorching wood fired oven where it crisps and bubbles in a very rustic style - I've tried it a regular oven and it doesn't translate nearly as well.
    I plan to use a regular oven. I don't have anything fancy, but I do pizza stones.

    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    I highly recommend looking at Slice on Serious Eats. Search for the "Pizza Lab" (IIRC); there should be a recipe for no knead pizza dough. It takes time, but it works extremely well. If you don't have a great oven, they have a recipe for a skillet/broiler method.
    This?
    http://slice.seriouseats.com/

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    I did a step-by-step pizza last year.



    The recipe is in the slideshow here.

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    do you want to do sourdough crusts, or use instant yeast?

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    lots of good info on Forno Bravo: http://www.fornobravo.com/pizza/index.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by agp View Post
    I have made pizza before quite a few times and they turned out well. But I never tried thin-crusted NY style pizza. I know a bit about baking/yeast/etc. And no mixer, everything will be done by hand.




    I plan to use a regular oven. I don't have anything fancy, but I do pizza stones.



    This?
    http://slice.seriouseats.com/
    Yup. Look here: http://slice.seriouseats.com/recipes/
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    Quote Originally Posted by EdipisReks View Post
    do you want to do sourdough crusts, or use instant yeast?
    Either or, I usually use instant yeast in the past.

    Quote Originally Posted by wenus2 View Post
    lots of good info on Forno Bravo: http://www.fornobravo.com/pizza/index.html
    Will check it out, thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by mhlee View Post
    Gonna try out one of these this weekend while the weather is relatively cool. Thanks!

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