That is a nice looking pie. However, i have a Mack and Manco's once a week in the winter, and a lot of Mack's in the summer.
Both sauces are much more watered down than your raw sauce. It thickens up in the cooking process.
I am sorry I missed your post.
When I get an automatic email that someone has posted on something I also posted on, it then takes me to the most recent post. My apology for not responding.
Since you also really like Mackís and Mack and Mancoís pizzas and get to taste them more than I do, what do you think about the crust texture on my recent attempt, compared to the real Mackís and Mack and Mancoís crust? How would you describe the crust on the real Mackís or Mack and Mancoís pizza and why do you think Mackís and Mack and Mancoís pies are so different than other regular pizzas. What makes them unique in your opinion?
For the last attempt at the Mackís pizza I did, I used Saporito Super Heavy Pizza Sauce and took the basil out and added oregano, black pepper, a touch of sugar and water. The Saporito Super Heavy Pizza Sauce is something like the Gangi sauce, but sweeter. At some point in time, I am going to try Walmartís brand of tomato paste for the sauce. At least to me, I think the Wally Worlds tomato paste tastes a little more bitter, like the Gangi, since I already tasted the real Gangi sauce that Mackís uses. I did add more sauce to the recent attempt that I made because I wanted to see how more sauce on the attempt would taste. I also added more cheese than I think Mack's uses. I have seen the sauce coming out of the hoses different times (also Mackís using some kind of stainless steel container to pour the sauce on) when I visited Mackís and from what I saw there can be different textures in the sauce. I donít know if they measure how much water they put in the sauce or not. How would you describe the texture of the sauce coming out of the hoses?
Do you have any comments on how the attempt I did could be improved and how would you rate a Mackís or Mack and Mancoís pizza against other pizzas you have eaten in you lifetime. I wanted to ask you one other question if you want to answer. Did you ever see the trash cans at the Mackís pizza in the middle of the boardwalk, right before walking up the ramp? From my last visit, their trash could be seen from just walking on the sidewalk nearest Mackís pizza, in plain view. At the other location of Mackís their trash is kept in big trash containers from what I could see.
Thanks so much for your help on this thread.