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Different Kinds of Pies Baked in Steve’s WFO
« on: June 10, 2012, 11:30:28 AM »



I was invited to Steve’s home yesterday.  I took an “epoxy dough”, a Neapolitan dough made with Bova 00 flour and the Ischia starter, Steve had 3 ADY Pizzeria flour doughs he had mixed last Sunday, 4 Pizzeria flour doughs with the Ischia starter (that had been bulked then divided and room temperature fermented for about 36 hrs and Bob (Steve’s friend) also brought 2 doughs that were made with Pizzeria flour and IDY.

We had a great time each baking our own pies.   Steve’s wife had invited her boss and family over so there were plenty of people to eat the 11 pies that were made.  A neighbor of Steve’s also wanted a pizza so Steve baked him one and took it over to his neighbors place.   :)

Steve and I opened our doughs the regular way and also bake them in his WFO the regular way.  Bob has a different method of baking his pies in a WFO.  First he bakes on one side, then bakes on the other, then takes the pie out of the oven and dresses the pie and then it goes back into the oven.  I thought it was interesting that the crust then gets split something like a cracker style crust.  Bob’s pies were good.  Steve even let his wife’s bosses husband use on of his doughs to make a pizza.  He never made a pizza before.  Then the children that were 10 and 11 years old wanted to make the last pie and they also had never tried to make a pizza before.  Steve let them.  They opened up their own skin, dressed the pie and even slid the pie into the oven under my guidance.  It goes to show how easy it is to bake a pizza in a WFO.  The children did a great job in making their first pizza.

We also had beer, orangeothercello, strawberry moonshine, and chocolate coated pretzel drinks.  They were all good.  Steve and his friend Bob also played the electric guitars for us.  They even lit a ring fire. 

If anyone is interested, I posted about the epoxy dough and the Bova 00 flour dough at Reply 242 http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,19129.msg190846.html#msg190846 and the next few posts.

Thanks Steve for inviting me to your home and I also was happy to be able to try the epoxy method in your WFO.  ;D  Steve is such a great guy for letting anyone bake in his WFO!   I don’t know if I took pictures of all of the pies that were baked, but maybe Steve also has some to add.

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« Reply #15 on: June 10, 2012, 02:15:44 PM »
Looks like a great time with awesome pies.

Did that chicken go in the oven whole or on one of the pies?  :-D
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« Reply #16 on: June 10, 2012, 02:20:53 PM »
Did that chicken go in the oven whole or on one of the pies?  :-D

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That is not a chicken. It is a hat that Norma wore for the occasion.

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« Reply #17 on: June 10, 2012, 02:55:39 PM »
Looks like a great time with awesome pies.

Did that chicken go in the oven whole or on one of the pies?  :-D

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We all did have a great time, with all the pies and booze.  ;D I was surprised how how well Steve's dough with Pizzeria flour and AP held up for almost a week.  He had a banjo friend over to his home last Monday and was either going to bake WFO pizzas or NY style pizzas in his home oven if it rained.  It did rain heavily so he had the leftover dough balls.  Those pies tasted great with that long of a ferment.   >:D

Steve's chicken are my friends.  I do hold them regularly.  I would hate to see one of them go into the oven.   :'(  The children also liked to hold the chickens.

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Re: Different Kinds of Pies Baked in Steve’s WFO
« Reply #18 on: June 10, 2012, 02:58:58 PM »
Craig,

That is not a chicken. It is a hat that Norma wore for the occasion.

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Just why would I wear a chicken hat?  I like most all animals.   :angel:

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« Reply #19 on: June 10, 2012, 04:58:57 PM »
I like most animals too. If they're cooked properly, that is. >:D