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Re: Two Bill’s pizza..dough and Carmelina Sauce..great!
« Reply #1220 on: January 17, 2013, 09:53:52 AM »
I'll bet one could make a good marinara dipping sauce with the SuperDolce product too.
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« Reply #1221 on: January 17, 2013, 10:19:31 AM »
If you get the sauce recipe, could you post it here?

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« Reply #1222 on: January 17, 2013, 10:51:28 AM »
I have been thinking of my moldy Eddie’s brick cheese in the fridge and couldn’t decide whether to throw it away, or try to cut the mold off.  I hate to waste things, so I decided a little while ago to cut the mold off and wash it under running water.  I had stored the Eddie’s brick cheese in the plastic wrap in came in and aluminum foil and usually my cheeses don’t get moldy, but Eddie’s brick cheese did.  After cutting the mold off the Eddie’s brick cheese and running it under running water and then drying it with clean paper towels it looks okay to me.  It also weighs about the right amount to try on a Buddy’s clone pizza.  I am going to pick up my one 4-square steel pan this afternoon and make a Buddy’s clone dough with no salt later today.

I really don’t think it matters if I use Eddie’s brick cheese now.

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« Reply #1223 on: January 17, 2013, 12:02:51 PM »
Might want to pinch off a 'lil piece and nuke it for taste(if you haven't already done so)  :chef:
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« Reply #1224 on: January 17, 2013, 12:18:59 PM »
Might want to pinch off a 'lil piece and nuke it for taste(if you haven't already done so)  :chef:

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The Eddie's brick cheese smells the same and feels the same since the mold was taken off so I think it will be okay.  Thanks for the tip though.  :)

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« Reply #1225 on: January 17, 2013, 12:38:46 PM »
I have been thinking of my moldy Eddie’s brick cheese in the fridge and couldn’t decide whether to throw it away, or try to cut the mold off.  I hate to waste things, so I decided a little while ago to cut the mold off and wash it under running water.  I had stored the Eddie’s brick cheese in the plastic wrap in came in and aluminum foil and usually my cheeses don’t get moldy, but Eddie’s brick cheese did.  After cutting the mold off the Eddie’s brick cheese and running it under running water and then drying it with clean paper towels it looks okay to me.  It also weighs about the right amount to try on a Buddy’s clone pizza.  I am going to pick up my one 4-square steel pan this afternoon and make a Buddy’s clone dough with no salt later today.

I really don’t think it matters if I use Eddie’s brick cheese now.

Norma 

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If you cut away the moldy parts, the rest should be okay.  Plus, you know, les Francais, zey pay les big bucks for ze moldy cheese... - so you might accidentally have discovered a new delicacy.

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« Reply #1226 on: January 17, 2013, 05:17:44 PM »
Norma,

If you cut away the moldy parts, the rest should be okay.  Plus, you know, les Francais, zey pay les big bucks for ze moldy cheese... - so you might accidentally have discovered a new delicacy.

Gene,

Lol, I know there is big bucks for moldy cheeses.  I have cut mold away before on some cheeses and ate them and nothing happened, at least not to me. 

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« Reply #1227 on: January 17, 2013, 07:04:38 PM »
I mixed a Buddy’s clone dough without salt and use the same formulation as I did when I made one dough ball without salt with 0.80% IDY  I then scaled the dough ball down to 9.5 ounces.  The dough was first mixed with the flat beater on different speeds up to speed 3, then was mixed with the dough hook on speeds up to speed 8 and finally was mixed with the flat beater on speed 3 again.  When trying to mix such a small amount of dough I think the flat beater does a good enough job in the first place, but I wanted to make sure the dough was mixed enough.  I really don’t know, maybe the dough wasn’t mixed enough, but at least I tried.  It is hard for me to tell how much strength there is in such a small dough.  The final dough temperature was 74.8 degrees F.  The dough ball was oiled with olive oil and placed into the greased steel pan and a processing cap was put on the steel pan.  The Buddy’s clone dough ball was placed into the bottom of my fridge at 6:30 PM.

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« Reply #1228 on: January 18, 2013, 09:30:46 AM »
I'm very interested in your results, Norma.  I found that if I cold-fermented the dough in the pan that it would absorb the oil and then stick like glue to the bottom of the pan.  Haven't tried it again, but my pans are thoroughly seasoned now so it might not be a problem.  Would certainly make prepping the dough easier if it could be done this way.

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« Reply #1229 on: January 18, 2013, 09:33:09 AM »
It was good you decided to call the Buddy’s Bloomfield location and the Point Plaza Buddy’s location for more information about how the slices that are sold.  I can understand that information gave you pause to wonder what kind of slices dicepackage ordered and showed.  I can see if dicepackage got 4 slices from the 8-square pizza that was cut into six pieces that would change the numbers that you have previously used for calculation purposes.  I think you have a lot of work cut-out for you if decide to revisit his numbers to see whether is possible to determine what an 8-square cheese and pepperoni pizza weighs and then work backwards to see if it is possible to get individual ingredient weights.  Good luck with figuring all of that out if you can.  I can see that will be a tall order to accomplish.
Norma,

Actually, it took me only a few minutes to conclude that dicepackage did not get slices from an 8-square cut into six pieces. Even after assuming a fairly high loss during baking, and knowing how much cheese is used on an 8-square, and estimating weights for the sauce and pepperoni, the number that I calculated for the amount of dough was far too small for an 8-square pizza. I think dicepackage got his slices from a 4-square pizza. While it is possible that servers in a Buddy's sit-down restaurant may cut slices in sizes as requested by diners, I think that the 6-slice case is pretty much limited to carryout-only locations.

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« Reply #1230 on: January 18, 2013, 09:53:13 AM »
I'm very interested in your results, Norma.  I found that if I cold-fermented the dough in the pan that it would absorb the oil and then stick like glue to the bottom of the pan.  Haven't tried it again, but my pans are thoroughly seasoned now so it might not be a problem.  Would certainly make prepping the dough easier if it could be done this way.

Britt,

I also found out at market in the last two weeks if the dough is cold fermented the dough does stick to the steel pans.  I don’t really know if the dough absorbs the MFB I am trying, but the MFB shortening is solid and it stays that way until the tempering period and then really doesn’t spread like the Canola oil does.  I think from what I have found out in the last two weeks, it is easier to spread the dough in the steel pans when it is still cold and the dough doesn’t slide around at all.  I agree that prepping the dough is easier if the dough is cold fermented.

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« Reply #1231 on: January 18, 2013, 10:11:15 AM »
Norma,

Actually, it took me only a few minutes to conclude that dicepackage did not get slices from an 8-square cut into six pieces. Even after assuming a fairly high loss during baking, and knowing how much cheese is used on an 8-square, and estimating weights for the sauce and pepperoni, the number that I calculated for the amount of dough was far too small for an 8-square pizza. I think dicepackage got his slices from a 4-square pizza. While it is possible that servers in a Buddy's sit-down restaurant may cut slices in sizes as requested by diners, I think that the 6-slice case is pretty much limited to carryout-only locations.

Peter


Peter,

I really couldn’t tell from dicepackage’s Reply at 127 http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,3783.msg81715.html#msg81715  whether those slices were from a 4-square or an 8-square Buddy’s pizza.  dicepackage posted therefore a four slice pepperoni pizza after cooking should with 580 g.  That confused me because I didn’t know if dicepackage knew what size pizza the slices were from.  I didn’t see caramelized edges on the one slice if they were from a 4-square Buddy’s pizza, unless the melted cheese was hiding it.

I saw you asked dicepackage in the next post at 128 http://www.pizzamaking.com/forum/index.php/topic,3783.msg81716.html#msg81716  about the 20 pepperoni slices and he said yes in the next post.

If you think dice package did not get slices from an 8-square cut into six pieces and after assuming a fairly high loss during baking, I can see why you think by your calculations that the amount of dough was too small for an 8-square pizza.  I think this is all confusing.  I don’t even know how much bake loss a pizza would have in a conveyor oven or if it might be more weight loss in a final pizza than a deck oven.  

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« Reply #1232 on: January 18, 2013, 10:16:25 AM »
This is what the Buddy’s clone dough ball without salt looks like this morning after 9:30 AM.  I checked on the dough ball before I went to sleep and it had looked plump and now has flattened until this morning when I checked on it.  There is condensation on the processing cap.

I will try to bake this Buddy’s clone dough ball without salt, either late this afternoon or this evening.  I don’t know if anyone wants me take the weight of the final baked pizza, how I bake the pizza or how long it might take to bake, but it will be a pepperoni and cheese 4-square pizza.

On another note I also had been emailing Keith that sent me the samples of the Margherita Coarse Sliced Pepperoni and Keith said that he will come over to market soon.  Keith said Sysco in Harrisburg and Ettline in York carry the Margherita Coarse Sliced Pepperoni.  Keith said he manages Ettline’s.  I know when I went to Sysco a long while ago they didn’t give me what I had asked for and I didn‘t realize that until I returned home.  Ettline’s is closer to me I think and if the Margherita Coarse Sliced Pepperoni is reasonable enough in price I might purchase some.  I think Ettline’s does let anyone purchase from them, but I don’t know how much discount foodservice businesses get when purchasing their products, or if I need a minimum dollar order or not.  I was never to Ettline’s before.  I did email Keith again this morning to find out how much a case of the Margherita Coarse Slice Pepperoni is, but don’t know if he will be able to tell me the price for a case.

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« Reply #1233 on: January 18, 2013, 10:20:29 AM »
This is for anyone that might be interested in purchasing something from ettline.

Will Call
Ettline is happy to offer products to the public as well as our customers.
All orders must be called and to pick up the same day, orders must be
called in 2 hours ahead.

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« Reply #1234 on: January 18, 2013, 11:08:58 AM »
I called Ettline will call because I was curious how much the Magherita Coarse Sliced Pepperoni would cost if I just purchase a case from cash and carry.  I talked to David and he said 25 lbs. of the Margherita Coarse Sliced Pepperoni would be 91.53.  David said if I decided to create an account then a salesman would be out to talk to me about pricing depending on how much I would purchase.  I think the Margherita Coarse Slice Pepperoni is going to be too much money for me to purchase.

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« Reply #1235 on: January 18, 2013, 07:46:51 PM »
Norma,

I thought that you might be interested in seeing this list of Wisconsin producers of brick cheese: http://www.savorwisconsin.com/AllListings/prodbusiness.asp?recordid=760&type=product. Foremost is on the list but Kraft's is not.

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« Reply #1236 on: January 18, 2013, 08:03:07 PM »
Norma,

I thought that you might be interested in seeing this list of Wisconsin producers of brick cheese: http://www.savorwisconsin.com/AllListings/prodbusiness.asp?recordid=760&type=product. Foremost is on the list but Kraft's is not.

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Peter,

Thank you for the list of the Wisconsin producers of brick cheese.  I am interested in the list.  Since Foremost Farms is on the list I am going to call them again.  I might also call some of the other producers of brick cheese.

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« Reply #1237 on: January 18, 2013, 08:06:41 PM »
The Buddy’s clone dough without salt pressed out easily in the steel pan right out of the fridge and didn’t slip at all in the steel pan.  The dough in the steel pan was tempered with my oven light on for 50 minutes.  It looked tempered enough in that amount of time. The dough in the steel pan sat on the table while the oven heated up for 45 minutes.  The Buddy’s clone pizza was dressed with 7.5 ounces of the Eddie’s brick cheese, 1.347 ounces of the coarse grind pepperoni and 4.6 ounces of sauce. 

The Buddy’s clone pizza baked in 12 minutes 42 seconds on the second to the bottom oven rack on the pizza stone.  The Buddy’s clone pizza right out of the oven weighed 595 grams.  The first picture of the pizza in the oven was taken at 6 minutes and the second picture of the pizza in the oven was taken at 10 minutes.

The formulation I used is in the first picture.

I thought the Buddy’s clone pizza without the salt in the dough was very good.  I also thought the Eddie’s brick cheese was very good, buttery and stretchy.

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« Reply #1238 on: January 18, 2013, 08:08:12 PM »
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« Reply #1239 on: January 18, 2013, 08:09:29 PM »
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