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Offline bradtri

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I never know where to post my pics since I'm not true Neopolitan, but since I copied these toppings from a new Neopolitan-style joint in town, I thought I'd post it here.

Toppings:
   - Mild Italian sausage kicked up with cayenne pepper and tarragon
   - Thinly sliced Grannysmith apple
   - Garlic and rosemary bechamel sauce
   - And a bit of Monterrey Jack cheese

The apples would benefit from being sliced even thinner with a mandoline if I had one.  Pretty tasty though!!  Anybody else ever try thinly sliced apples on their pizza?





Offline SAUZER.ITALY

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Re: New toppings - Sausage and Apple with white Garlic/Rosemary sauce
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2014, 02:14:56 AM »
your pizza is very good, at what temperature was the oven?  :pizza:

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Re: New toppings - Sausage and Apple with white Garlic/Rosemary sauce
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2014, 08:52:58 AM »
I never know where to post my pics since I'm not true Neopolitan, but since I copied these toppings from a new Neopolitan-style joint in town, I thought I'd post it here.

Toppings:
   - Mild Italian sausage kicked up with cayenne pepper and tarragon
   - Thinly sliced Grannysmith apple
   - Garlic and rosemary bechamel sauce
   - And a bit of Monterrey Jack cheese

The apples would benefit from being sliced even thinner with a mandoline if I had one.  Pretty tasty though!!  Anybody else ever try thinly sliced apples on their pizza?

It's great to see another fan of bechamel sauce on pizza! So easy to make and oh so good!
Looks great!

Offline bradtri

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Re: New toppings - Sausage and Apple with white Garlic/Rosemary sauce
« Reply #3 on: November 26, 2014, 01:56:26 PM »
Sauzer:  Thanks!!  I use a charcoal grill like this:  http://www.broilkingbbq.com/grills/keg/landing.html  for my pizza.  The temp is usually between 700F and 750F. 

CaptBob:  Thanks, I usually make up several cups of bechamel at a time and really like using it as my white sauce on several different pizzas.