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Exceptional looking pies Marlon. What type of cheese is on that cheese pie?
Wow those look amazing Marlon. What size did you make them with those size dough balls?EDIT: Just saw your original post that you made 18" with 480g dough balls. Why did you decide to up the weight to 520g? I'm wondering because I'm making some pies today and have them set at 465g for a 17" but am wondering if I should up the weight 15-20g.
Love those big slices! I haven't had anything that looks like that in 13 years, which was when I was in NY for a few weeks. I gotta go back one day. Either that or stop by Marlon's place!
Gorgeous! My sons' friends and my former co-workers thought it was too funny that I have pizza boxes from a supply store just for them. I delivered my pizzas to my older son who was in college at SUNY Oswego this past year--about a 40 minute drive for me, and the guys all loved it each time. I never stuck around-- just did the drop and run.
Awesome looking pies Bakeshack! This is my kind of pie for sure. Do you always do 17-18" pies? Are you only able to fit 1 pie in the oven at a time? How much is the Grande cheese you buy? I'm going to a restaurant supply tomorrow that I heard sells Grande and wanted to make sure I wasn't getting ripped off....lol
Those look great as usually. That temp is just about perfect for this style, ~660F 4-4.5 minutes. I have a question about your sauce. It looks like your sauce has a nice "thickness", are you using straight tomatoes from the can and doing nothing else? Are you cooking it for a little or adding some tomato paste to thicken it up a bit? If you're draining them how do you do it? Sorry for all the questions but last week the sauce I used was too "runny" which I didn't like and didn't really meld with the cheese how I would have liked. David
Thanks, gotta get one of those blenders. I just dumped the can into a food mill with the biggest disc. If it was Neapolitan the sauce would have been fine. But this style needs a thicker sauce. You do it till its smooth though right, no chunks?
I would marry that second pie. Just sayin.