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I can't compete with Bosco's -18 cook, but it was snowing here today. I decided to try the following KAF recipe. http://www.kingarthurflour.com/blog/2015/01/05/best-pizza-youll-ever-make/ Most of my pizza cooks in the last year have been lean dryer dough cooked >750 F. This dough was has 74% hydration, so it has to be launched on parchment. There is also a hint of sugar, I suspect this helps with browning rather than taste. These pies were baked at 550-600 F ready for the pictures, they will be uploaded from another device. thanks for watching... the dough rose 2-3X overnight Shaped dough proofing. The variation in size of the dough balls is intentional. Lets add a little color to the pies! Tomato, basil, fresh mozzs... Pepperoni The Joe is ready to cook! Pepperoni loaded and cooking Pepperoni done! how is that for the "windowpan test" ? Veggie pizza YUMM!!! Crust, perfection! the classic top down shot
I placed an order for a standalone Black Big Joe with Stainless bands this past weekend and with any luck it's supposed to arrive within 4 weeks (aka "2-3" KJ weeks). I had recently moved the Joe Junior to a new spot and today had to move everything again in preparation. Because the weather was nice, I took the opportunity to knock together a little stand on which the Big Joe will live for the Winter. All 2x4 construction consisting of scraps and odds and ends I had lying around after a number of other projects. I'm not concerned with longevity of this stand beyond next spring, so you'll notice the majority is spruce, not pressure treated - and I didn't even use weather-proof screws. That said, you can park a car on it without worries. Next Spring a permanent home befitting these nice grills will be constructed where the gasser sits now in the background. Big Joe will sit on its feet on top of the concrete patio slab on the left. The right side is a table top for putting down utensils, plates, etc. while cooking. I'm going to cover the sides under the slab to prevent that area getting full of snow - it's where I'll probably place grill parts I'm not using for the current cook. You can see my two dogs checking out the stand - little do they know, but I'm going to be spraying around the base with a cayenne pepper solution.