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My pizza today

First pizza fully on my own.. my wife usually helps with the dough.

Came out delicious! Lesson learned this time: looks like i should put the basil in later, because it burns quick




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  • BrotherEggBrotherEgg Posts: 95
    Looks fantastic. Second picture says it all.

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  • Carolina QCarolina Q Posts: 11,049
    Looks good! 

    I usually do what you did with the basil. I figure if it's good enough for Mangieri, it's good enough for me! But you can also put it on the sauce (or even under the sauce) and add the cheese and toppings over it. Still get the flavor without burning. Actually, mine doesn't burn so much as it shrivels, even at 7-900°.

    Anyway - NICE lookin' pie!!

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  • finsterfinster Posts: 136
    Basil after they come off.  Pies are still hot enough to release oils in the leaf.  Plus it stays green. 
    MBGE in Charleston

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