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  • Re: Bread

    @Cookinbob whats your process on making the dough into pizza dough? I haven't gone further than the basic master recipe so far.  
    There is a pizza dough recipe in the first book. You replace 1/4 cup of water with olive oil. Every thing else is pretty much the same. I find the dough is very easy to work with. I usually get 3 nice pizzas from a batch. 
  • Re: love my new large Kick Ash Basket so I ordered a small one tonight!

    I say no need on the XL. Big + for the small. Have used mine twice this week, a big improvement over the hi Q grate in the small
  • Re: Show us your bird

    15 lbs cooked per mad max on the XL - 3rd year in a row. Gravy was to die for.
  • Re: Bread

    I  have been baking with the artisan bread in five method for several years.  I have baked on the egg, and I love it. With that said, my wife made me quit because we were getting fat. Now it's just pizza dough and special occasions. 

    Your loaves look awesome, make me want to mix up a batch right now. Nice work!
  • Re: What Music are you listining to right now

    I am a big fan of Little Feat. Last night scored a box set of their first 5 albums for $9.99.  Two I already had, but really enjoying the original Dixie Chicken and Sailin' Shoes.  Some of these cuts I have not heard since college.