Author Topic: Take off on the Japanese stove top oven  (Read 10242 times)

0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.

buceriasdon

  • Guest
Re: Take off on the Japanese stove top oven
« Reply #50 on: May 02, 2011, 07:48:21 PM »
I made a quick dough ball this afternoon at 62% hydration,meh. Took too long to brown the crust and too dense for my taste. After working with 75% and above, it just didn't do it for me, although beginners may find it easier to work with. My next will be 66% hydration and shoot for a quicker bake time. I want to immulate a home oven bake.
Don


Offline Tscarborough

  • Lifetime Member
  • Global Moderator
  • *
  • Posts: 3799
  • Location: Austin, TX
    • Pizza Anarchy
Re: Take off on the Japanese stove top oven
« Reply #51 on: May 02, 2011, 10:13:33 PM »
Nice, Don, good looking pies and crumb.  You should hit the market and make some pies with the various cactus and flowers they cook with.  I have been tempted, but they are all pickled here.

Ronzo, there is a place on Burnet road (the road of all things), I am not sure of the name, but probably Michael's Imports, since that is his name.  He has the big unglazed stuff from Mexico, and is a good guy and wheeler-dealer, negotiate his prices.

Here it is:

http://miguelsimports.com/Home.html

Offline Ronzo

  • Registered User
  • Posts: 1411
  • Age: 44
  • Location: Leander, TX
  • Beer, Whiskey, Freedom n' Pizza...
    • New Texian Brewery
Re: Take off on the Japanese stove top oven
« Reply #52 on: May 02, 2011, 10:37:44 PM »
Nice, Don, good looking pies and crumb.  You should hit the market and make some pies with the various cactus and flowers they cook with.  I have been tempted, but they are all pickled here.

Ronzo, there is a place on Burnet road (the road of all things), I am not sure of the name, but probably Michael's Imports, since that is his name.  He has the big unglazed stuff from Mexico, and is a good guy and wheeler-dealer, negotiate his prices.

Here it is:

http://miguelsimports.com/Home.html

Tom, I honestly hadn't thought any of the import places in town would have it, but I will definitely check them out, starting with Miguel's.

Thank you, sir.
Fuggheddabowdit!

~ Ron

Former NY'er living in Texas
http://newtexianbrew.com - http://pinterest.com/NewTexianBrew


 

pizzapan