These are some pictures I took of a Sicilian pizza made yesterday, with the same Preferment Lehmann I use for my NY style pizzas. This dough was frozen from last week. I find it interesting how this same dough behaves differently when put into a deep-dish pan and then baked on a screen.
This is also a video I took at Rootís Market in the morning yesterday of what part of one aisle looks like, if anyone is interested in looking at it. This video also shows my former Caramel Popcorn, Cotton Candy and Clear Toy Candy stand.
In this one aisle, it shows all the raw milk, raw milk cheeses, organic foods, cheese spreads, vegetables, meats, nuts, fruits, eggs, big candy stand, freshly made pickle stand, big sub stand, potato chip and pretzel stand, cheeses, bakeries, bagels, Chef Tims products, fresh pasta stand and other stands. Some of these stands were closed yesterday, due to their owners hunting. It can be seen on this video how many Mennonite and Amish people operate stands at Rootís Market. This is just one small part of Rootís inside. In time I will take videos of the rest of Rootís Market, and post them here on this thread. Sorry I didnít take this video slower, but it takes too long to upload on You Tube. Many out of town customers come to Rootís market. A lot of them that visit for the first time remark on how a market this big can only be open one day a week. That is the way it has been since 1925. Being open only one day a week does have its advantages, because then people know that is the only day to come and purchase all the fresh products. Vegetable, fruits, nuts and other product prices are cheaper at Rootís Market, than our local supermarkets.