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Re: rparker's NY Style Mis-adventures
« Reply #1020 on: Yesterday at 01:46:15 PM »
I can get a little too curious for my own good sometimes. This may have been one of those times. I had baked one too little a couple days back. The first one was closer to spot on, though I thought a bit under at the time.  Today was time for one baked a little bit too much. I don't know what to think of this one visually as the outer rim stayed very light, but it sure was good.

A little beyond peak 4-day old .078TF 9m at somewhere near 535F in the new oven. It picked up too much flour during the stretch, but was not as evident on the taste as it might look. This was a really good tasting heavy-handed bottom-char bake.

Roy   
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