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« Reply #780 on: May 19, 2013, 07:23:22 PM »
I took the tinfoil off and put the beans in.  It smells goot. Door it for another hour or so and ready to eat.


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« Reply #781 on: May 19, 2013, 09:16:11 PM »
Out and done.  I waved the knife over it and it fell into slices.

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« Reply #782 on: May 19, 2013, 09:25:20 PM »
"Open seza me!"  Boy, that pan sure did shape up....awesome man.  :chef:
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« Reply #783 on: June 02, 2013, 10:19:17 PM »
The better half told me today that she had an old friend (she is both our friend, really) coming in to spend the night tomorrow and she wanted pizza.  The only flour I had was some I bought at an Indian store, something called, "Chakki Atta".  The only ingredient was farina, so I figured it would work.  As an aside, I visit the Indian and Asian markets and buy stuff to try, even though I can barely figure out what a lot of it is.

I made it like a normal dough:

4 cups Chakki Atta
1 cup semolina
2-3/4 cup water
2 tsp salt
1-1/2 tsp ADY

It mixed up well but had a distinct smell and a whole wheat look.  I let it rise for a couple of hours and it didn't, so I dropped back to plan B and went and bought some HEB bread flour:

5 cups HEB bread flour
3 cups water
2 tsp salt
1-1/4 tsp ADY

I mixed it per normal and after a couple of hours, both doughs had risen well.  I balled both, the Chakki Atta still had a funny (but pleasant) smell and a rough texture, but at least it decided to rise, finally.
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« Reply #784 on: June 02, 2013, 10:23:14 PM »
Is Chakki Atta whole wheat?
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« Reply #785 on: June 02, 2013, 10:28:18 PM »
Having a plan B for any event is a must. The heb dough balls look like like will come along as they always do for you.
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« Reply #786 on: June 02, 2013, 10:42:29 PM »
It is definitely whole wheat, but the smell is different.

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« Reply #787 on: June 03, 2013, 10:27:14 PM »
Pizza on a school night is tough.  I only had an hour and a half for the fire, so it started hot but cooled quick to my sweet spot, 650-700.  I made 6 pizzas and used 2 of the Chakki Atta.  It is not a bad dough, but doesn't get a lot of lift, so the second I rolling pinned out and docked.

1. Pre-cooking the mild Italian sausage with fennel onions and herbs.
2. Pepperoni to get the ankle biters off our backs.
3. Vege pie on Chakki Atta.
4. Pepperoni and Italian sausage.
5. Chakki Atta rolled and docked.
6. Chakki Atta bar pie, not bad at all.

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« Reply #788 on: June 03, 2013, 10:54:56 PM »
That's one of the better looking whole wheat pies the forum has seen, Tom.  How'd it eat?

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« Reply #789 on: June 03, 2013, 11:01:33 PM »
The one made normal ate like whole wheat (meh).  The one rolled and docked was good and worth doing again.


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« Reply #790 on: June 08, 2013, 11:21:18 AM »
Just a little Chakki Atta pizza for breakfast, salami and japs.

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« Reply #791 on: June 08, 2013, 11:41:58 AM »
Nothing like jalapenos to help jumpstart your morning!

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« Reply #792 on: June 18, 2013, 06:21:51 PM »
I got the call about 2:00 at work, "Just to let you know, there will be 10 kids over tonight for a backyard movie watching party".  No prob, says I.  "Uh, could you make pizzas?"

So a quick trip to HEB and by 2:30 I had a 6 ball batch in bulk.  I just now balled it, and put them into the Tupperware, 3 or so more hours and it will be pizza.   You get strange looks in a masonry supply house when you are mixing dough on the counter (by the customers, the co-workers are used to it).

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« Reply #793 on: June 18, 2013, 07:06:27 PM »
I got the call about 2:00 at work, "Just to let you know, there will be 10 kids over tonight for a backyard movie watching party".  No prob, says I.  "Uh, could you make pizzas?"

So a quick trip to HEB and by 2:30 I had a 6 ball batch in bulk.  I just now balled it, and put them into the Tupperware, 3 or so more hours and it will be pizza.   You get strange looks in a masonry supply house when you are mixing dough on the counter (by the customers, the co-workers are used to it).

I think it's great that your kids want you to make pizza for them. When I suggest a pizza party to m ten year old daughter she looks at me as if I've asked her if she wants to clean the toilets. She'll grow into it I guess.

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« Reply #794 on: June 18, 2013, 07:59:42 PM »
I got the call about 2:00 at work, "Just to let you know, there will be 10 kids over tonight for a backyard movie watching party".  No prob, says I.  "Uh, could you make pizzas?"

So a quick trip to HEB and by 2:30 I had a 6 ball batch in bulk.  I just now balled it, and put them into the Tupperware, 3 or so more hours and it will be pizza.   You get strange looks in a masonry supply house when you are mixing dough on the counter (by the customers, the co-workers are used to it).

Well, I've been there as far as last minute pizzas, but never had to make dough on a counter at a masonry supply house.  Love it!

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« Reply #795 on: June 18, 2013, 10:40:39 PM »
I got off light, they wanted me out of the back yard more than they wanted pizza, so I just made a couple of cheese and a Spanish chorizo and called it good.

1. 2 hour bulk and 3 hour balled at ambient (78ish).
2. Oven at full steam.
3. Very wet dough
4. 3 minute pie midway.
5. Cheese
6. Spanish chorizo.

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« Reply #796 on: June 18, 2013, 10:41:43 PM »
What movie?

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« Reply #797 on: June 18, 2013, 10:42:40 PM »
I am hiding in my office, I don't know.

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« Reply #798 on: June 19, 2013, 06:46:46 PM »
I owed my neighbor a pizza, he always eats earlier than we do so he misses out.  I made him a Detroit style.

1.  Prepping the ingredients, drying the jarred mushrooms and salting the onions.
2.  The dough rising in the Crisco'ed pan.
3.  Mushrooms and onions under the cheese.
4. Cheesed, sharp cheddar around the edges, whole mil mozzarella in the center.
5. Almost done, just added sauce or a minute more.
6. Bottom.
7. Cut.

Not sure how it tasted, but it looked and smelled pretty good.

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« Reply #799 on: June 19, 2013, 06:56:20 PM »
Now CINC-House wants one.