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Offline ChefMomRD

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Hello, excited wide eyed newbie here
« on: August 26, 2011, 01:17:07 PM »
Wow, I'm so excited to find this forum! :o  I'm Renee.  I live in California but I was born in New York.  Although I left New York years ago, I never forgot the pizza.  I was searching for a site to help me figure out how to make my fave New York pizza and found this one.  Whoa, had no idea there was this much info out here, or this much detail involved in perfecting the pie of my dreams.  Well, here I go... wish me luck! ;D


Offline pizzablogger

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Re: Hello, excited wide eyed newbie here
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2011, 01:34:43 PM »
Luck's got nothin' to do with it kiddo.  ;D

With the info and help available here and a consistent passion and drive on your part, you'll be making good pizza sooner than you may have ever expected.

You'll likely get frustrated from time to time, but that's part of the process.

Curious, what was your favorite pizza joint in NYC you would like to emulate?

Welcome to the forums. Cheers --K   :chef:
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Offline ChefMomRD

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Re: Hello, excited wide eyed newbie here
« Reply #2 on: August 29, 2011, 04:00:40 PM »
Thanks for the heads up.  Well I've tried two times so far.  The first was too tough, the second better, and very tasty.  I see exactly what you mean by consistent passion and drive, and frustration.  Glad I'm not in a big hurry to get this right or I would gain quite a bit of weight eating my pizza projects on a daily basis.  Thanks again.

Luck's got nothin' to do with it kiddo.  ;D

With the info and help available here and a consistent passion and drive on your part, you'll be making good pizza sooner than you may have ever expected.

You'll likely get frustrated from time to time, but that's part of the process.

Curious, what was your favorite pizza joint in NYC you would like to emulate?

Welcome to the forums. Cheers --K   :chef: