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I'll have some GM Neapolitan flour to share.  I've promised some to John Conklin, but could probably spare another 15-20 lbs.


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I'll have some GM Neapolitan flour to share.  I've promised some to John Conklin, but could probably spare another 15-20 lbs.

Scott - I emailed the CT sales rep and he's on vacation until next week.  If I don't hear from him I'd love a little to try.


I have some Spring King (I bought in Feb but it's vac sealed and in freezer) and I bought 50 lbs of KABF last week (I actually bought AP but they gave me the wrong bag and I'm not going through the hassle of bringing it back because I will use it) if anyone wants some.


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I need to order VT smoke & cure pepperoni so if anyone needs any I can order more.  I'll order sometime next week and it should be here in time (i think it's usually here the next day, sometimes two)


in March they quoted me $92 plus shipping for a case of 24
I'd be interested in trying a little of the pepperoni.  Just let me know what increments it comes in and how much it is, please.

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I'll have some GM Neapolitan flour to share.  I've promised some to John Conklin, but could probably spare another 15-20 lbs.
Scott, I'd love to try a little!

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I'd be interested in trying a little of the pepperoni.  Just let me know what increments it comes in and how much it is, please.


they are 7 oz sticks , I was paying $42 +shipping for 7 sticks and if the case is still $92 for 24 it's a much better price.  I'll give them a call tomorrow and find out what the case cost is now

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aristocrat cocoa

Diana

Diana - I'd like some of this,  how do they usually package

i'm quite sure the 4 other types of cocoa in my pantry are not enough ;D

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Deb and Diana, no problem.  At a minimum, it will be 5# each, but, if it ends up being just you two, the split could be greater.  What's the maximum you can work with?

Also, I don't know if I'll be swinging by on the way up or making a special trip before hand, but I'll be hitting my distributor within the next couple weeks to pick up a 16" wood peel (if they have that size).  I haven't been there in a year, but they have a lot of other stuff- good wood peels, typically clunky metal peels, stacking dough pans (the kind I use), full size (27") dough trays and lids, heavy duty high end pizza cutting wheels, 6-in-1s, 50# All Trump bags, All the Stanislaus products (in huge cans), logs of all the major mozzarellas for $3.99/lb., screens of just about every size and trays of just about every size.  Everything is pretty competitively priced. Just about anything you'd find in a typical NY pizzeria, you'd find here. If any of this piques your curiosity, let me know.

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Deb and Diana, no problem.  At a minimum, it will be 5# each, but, if it ends up being just you two, the split could be greater.  What's the maximum you can work with?

Also, I don't know if I'll be swinging by on the way up or making a special trip before hand, but I'll be hitting my distributor within the next couple weeks to pick up a 16" wood peel (if they have that size).  I haven't been there in a year, but they have a lot of other stuff- good wood peels, typically clunky metal peels, stacking dough pans (the kind I use), full size (27") dough trays and lids, heavy duty high end pizza cutting wheels, 6-in-1s, 50# All Trump bags, All the Stanislaus products (in huge cans), logs of all the major mozzarellas for $3.99/lb., screens of just about every size and trays of just about every size.  Everything is pretty competitively priced. Just about anything you'd find in a typical NY pizzeria, you'd find here. If any of this piques your curiosity, let me know.


You have piqued my curiosity Scott. Where is this?
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Chaz, you know where this is- we just talked about it  ;D Corrado's.

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I thought that's what you were talking about  ;D It's been YEARS since I've been there. I need to make time to get there!
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Diana - I'd like some of this,  how do they usually package

i'm quite sure the 4 other types of cocoa in my pantry are not enough ;D
1lb. packages at $6.39 a lb.


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It's been YEARS since I've been there. I need to make time to get there!

Once you go a few times, it's not that thrilling, but, the first time I went, I was a kid in a candy store  ;D

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I have a few Vt smoked I will share with debs
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1lb. packages at $6.39 a lb.

could you grab me two, thanks!

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Yes, of course, Deb!  I'm so looking forward to meeting everyone.

Any idea of how many PM people will be attending as of yet?  I think there may be some SDS works in the future.

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Deb and Diana, no problem.  At a minimum, it will be 5# each, but, if it ends up being just you two, the split could be greater.  What's the maximum you can work with?

Also, I don't know if I'll be swinging by on the way up or making a special trip before hand, but I'll be hitting my distributor within the next couple weeks to pick up a 16" wood peel (if they have that size).  I haven't been there in a year, but they have a lot of other stuff- good wood peels, typically clunky metal peels, stacking dough pans (the kind I use), full size (27") dough trays and lids, heavy duty high end pizza cutting wheels, 6-in-1s, 50# All Trump bags, All the Stanislaus products (in huge cans), logs of all the major mozzarellas for $3.99/lb., screens of just about every size and trays of just about every size.  Everything is pretty competitively priced. Just about anything you'd find in a typical NY pizzeria, you'd find here. If any of this piques your curiosity, let me know.

All of this piques my curiosity--if I didn't have the husband on board, you have no idea what I'd be asking for.  Yes, I have clandestine pizza and bread related activities.  If you make it there, I would be interested in a 16" screen, though.  I'm so looking forward to this crawl and the exchanging of thoughts and ideas.

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Any idea of how many PM people will be attending as of yet?  I think there may be some SDS works in the future.

Not sure of the final count, but there should be at least 6 of us.

All these offers are just fantastic. Unfortunately, I only use organic flour at home, and I don't eat meat. Otherwise, I'd be all over them. But did someone say Aleppo chiles? :-D

I also have an offer to anyone interested in a roughly 17'x17"x1/2" steel plate that needs a new home. It weighs 40+ pounds, so I will only bring it if someone else takes it home.

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On our way home the husband would like to make a stop at the Saratoga Springs Car Museum.  Would I be pressing the limits by asking him to stop by http://www.harvestandhearth.com/index.html for dinner?  Lord knows I love pizza, but I think I've tested some limits in the past year.

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On our way home the husband would like to make a stop at the Saratoga Springs Car Museum.  Would I be pressing the limits by asking him to stop by http://www.harvestandhearth.com/index.html for dinner?  Lord knows I love pizza, but I think I've tested some limits in the past year.


those are artisan, whole different animal, I think you are fine   ;D

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Not sure of the final count, but there should be at least 6 of us.

All these offers are just fantastic. Unfortunately, I only use organic flour at home, and I don't eat meat. Otherwise, I'd be all over them. But did someone say Aleppo chiles? :-D

I also have an offer to anyone interested in a roughly 17'x17"x1/2" steel plate that needs a new home. It weighs 40+ pounds, so I will only bring it if someone else takes it home.

Barry

Well of course there is some Aleppo love going on--no worries there.  I'm not a big meat eater myself--poultry and fish once or twice a week, no red meat, but Craig had me eating a bit of beef in a taco for the first time in 25 years along with prosciutto.  The pepperoni would be for the guys.  Don't ask me to give up the dairy!  I happen to see some organic flour I will let you know.  I do have a can of organic Cento's on hand, if you'd like.

Did you happen to check out my weird but tasty vegan coconut "mozzarella"?

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Well of course there is some Aleppo love going on--no worries there.  I'm not a big meat eater myself--poultry and fish once or twice a week, no red meat, but Craig had me eating a bit of beef in a taco for the first time in 25 years along with prosciutto.  The pepperoni would be for the guys.  Don't ask me to give up the dairy!  I happen to see some organic flour I will let you know.  I do have a can of organic Cento's on hand, if you'd like.

Did you happen to check out my weird but tasty vegan coconut "mozzarella"?

I did check that out, Diana. I'm intrigued. Right now I use part-skim mozz (I used to occasionally mix in some nasty vegan "cheese") with olive oil spayed on top to help with the melting.

Barry
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