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Offline Randy

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Pizza Paradises Travel Channel
« on: June 01, 2004, 01:50:29 PM »
Travel Channel Tonight 8 pm ET.

Food Crazy
Pizza Paradises

Deep-dish or New York style, pizza is responsible for a $32 billion annual industry, and Americans can't get enough. Tour ten outrageous pizzerias dishing up creative toppings, from shitake mushrooms in California to white clams near Yale University.

http://travel.discovery.com/schedule/episode.jsp?episode=0&cpi=105550&gid=12046

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Re:Pizza Paradises Travel Channel
« Reply #1 on: June 01, 2004, 05:18:40 PM »
Excelllent. Thanks Randy for the heads up. Glad I came online early. ;D
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Re:Pizza Paradises Travel Channel
« Reply #2 on: June 02, 2004, 12:26:41 AM »
I only caught pieces of it when I was in the kitchen making egg cheese, but there were 2 things that stood out that I want ask about.

First off, I remember seeing the crust on the deep dishese was VERY golden yellow BEFORE it was cooked.  As they were fitting it into the pan you could see its very rich yellow color.  The color looked quite appealing.  Does anyone know how to get that color?  Is it froma high amount of butter?  I remember them saying something about a "buttery" crust and wonder if maybe that's it.  Any tips?

Second, did you see the pizza pot pie?  It looked very interesting to say the least.  I didn't catch exactly how it was made, but I saw them serving it to people.  It looked like they put the toppings in a bowl somewhat backwards, and then folded a crust over the bowl and bake dit.  When they served it, they durn it upside-down and remove the bowl.  The product looks quite similair to an ordinairy button mushroom and looks like a fun idea for my next pizza project.  Has anyone done this?  Any tips?
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Re:Pizza Paradises Travel Channel
« Reply #3 on: June 02, 2004, 08:18:10 AM »
Thanks Randy !!!
Good show, I added it to my tape(6hrs)
I think the golden color was cornmeal Yellow cornmeal
The other  pot pie was
Brick cheese lining a ceramic bowl (anyone know what, where to get brick cheese???)
a few button mushrooms
sauce
crust
bake  (how hot do you think???)
flip
serve


thats all I know from the show until I look at the tape
It did look good and different
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Re:Pizza Paradises Travel Channel
« Reply #4 on: June 07, 2004, 04:57:55 PM »
Damn, just found this post.

Oh well, I'm sure it will be repeated.

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