The funny thing about that Mackís clone pizza that I made yesterday was I had put the pizza in the heated, humidified cabinet, after trying two slices. Two men came up and asked what kind of pizza the Mackís clone was. I asked them if they ever go to the shore. They said yes, and said the Mackís clone pizza looked just like a Grotto Pizza they buy in Rehoboth Beach, Delaware. They each bought a slice and said it tasted like Grottoís pizza. I have never tasted Grottoís pizza, but had to chuckle to myself. I thought O no, not another kind of pizza clone.
Of course I had to look up what a Grotto Pizza looked like, this morning. Another shore pizza. http://www.grottopizza.com/content/page-17.html http://www.grottopizza.com/content/page-9.html
Hopefully I can find out where other people can purchase the same kind of cheese ERASMO and I tried. I did contact SUPERVALU and I did receive one response and am going to provide all the information to see if this will lead anywhere. This is the email I received this morning.
Dear Ms. Norma,
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appreciate the opportunity to assist you.
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The hydration of this recent attempt seemed okay and the dough was easily opened and twirled. Maybe in my next attempt, I will dial back the sugar and let the oil the same to see what kind of results I will get. The crust did taste like a Mack's pizza.