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If it's significantly cheaper for me to send it I'd be glad to handle this for you.
That's a very kind offer Bob, thank you... I'll see what I can do here first, I've been looking for an excuse to go to Honolulu... this may be it
Steelplayer:What about using what you already own but adding a foil collar along the rim of the pan, like folks do for souffles? Do you know what I mean? This is a way to extend the height of your pan without breaking the bank.Ever the cheapskate,Garvey
Bob dang that looks so tasty! how'd you do your sauce for this one? What cheese did you use....Sorry if I missed this. I didn't see it in prior posts! Thanks buddy!
That won't cook the rim correctly and the weight of everything in there rising/bubbling away will probably destabilize the foil an create a mess.Steel; my pan is a 1 an a 1/2 incher....like yours, correct?
Yes mine is a 1 and a 1/2 incher... maybe I need to cut back on the tf as Nate's using a 2 inch
Well thanks so much Pizza Pal Terry! Sauce was easy peazzy; tiny bit o salt with crushed oregano. Toms were strained Cento's from a case I got on Amazon(cheap!) as per TXCraig recommendation! Cheese: slices of Boar's Head Mozz an Provo.Cook one up Mojo!!
thanks a ton Bob! I gotta make one! looks so tasty!
Could be... now I am going to just have to make another one, and another one, etc.
That won't cook the rim correctly and the weight of everything in there rising/bubbling away will probably destabilize the foil an create a mess.
It's to give extra headspace. Have you ever cooked a souffle this way? Did it destabilize the foil and create a mess? Do tell. I'd love to hear your firsthand experiences.
Nate,What type of pan you do your DD in? Dark hard anodized aluminum? PSTK
Dark hard anodized (Chicago Metallic brand)
Do you crisp/fry the bottom of your DD (like PH pan pizza) ?
I made one night before last and ran out of flour also...subbed in White Lilly AP. I had to go back and recheck your formula thinking I had messed up. Weird how different the doughs can feel from one brand AP to the next.