Well, my results were so-so.
My doughs were too tight... they fought me when stretched, and eventually tore in several places. I think I may have over-kneaded the dough.
I used my standard 2 pounds flour, 20 oz. water, 2 tsp instant yeast, and 2 tsp. salt. Dough was perfectly hydrated, smooth and silky, when I finished kneading. It rose 3x in size overnight in the refrigerator. Still not sure why it didn't want to stretch.
For the sauce, I cracked the seals on cans of 7/11 sauce and Bonta pizza sauce with basil.
The 7/11 is nearly indistinguishable from 6-in-1. Same texture and consistency. Same bits of tomato peel within. While very good in taste, the 7/11 was not
as good as 6-in-1 IMHO. The 6-in-1 tomatoes have a "fresher" flavor. Don't get me wrong, the 7/11 and 6-in-1 are the Cadillacs of canned tomatoes and are far superior to anything else on the market. But the 6-in-1 tomatoes have a slight edge over the 7/11. Perhaps it's due to the citric acid that's added to the 7/11 tomatoes (the 6-in-1 tomatoes contain just tomatoes and salt, no citric acid.)
The Bonta pizza sauce with basil was close to the consistency of tomato paste. Very thick! So thick that you'd have to add water to get the right consistency. I mixed it 50:50 with 7/11 sauce and it was still too thick. The Bonta pizza sauce, while good, was not as flavorful as their 6-in-1 product. It must be due to the thickness (i.e., cooked down). It did have a nice fresh basil flavor. I need to experiment more with this sauce. I can't wait to try the Bonta tomato puree and the Bonta concentrated crushed tomatoes.
As for the cheese, I made the mistake of using Polly-O part skim. While part skim, it was very moist cheese and created huge puddles of water on my pizzas.
The Polly-O is excellent cheese, but I think it's best suited for Chicago style pizza where a nice creamy cheese is desired. As for my NY pizza, I should
have used the Stella shredded low-moisture part-skim cheese from Sam's Club... that cheese is my current favorite on NY style pizza.
As usual, the family loved the pizza. Even though I rated it "so-so" the kids said that it was "the best ever". I guess I'm too critical!
Sorry, no pictures this time.