What Are You Cooking?

4 months 3 weeks ago #421 by snowman
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:rofl:

Well... if you don't love what you create, then what's the point of creating it? :D

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4 months 3 weeks ago #422 by snowman
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Yesterday it was exactly 2 years since Felice Marino died, at 94 years old.


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4 months 3 weeks ago #423 by Rs_Funzo
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I didn't know that brand, Flo :)
But often these small companies can give a higher quality :nod:

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4 months 3 weeks ago #424 by Rs_Funzo
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However Flo, sooner or later your pizza should look like this one. I eat it in a farm-pizzeria in Campania, 60 km from Naples. There are Grana cheese flakes, ham and rocket salade. With a homemade beer. Maybe three :D
I'm sure that you can do it ;)


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4 months 3 weeks ago #425 by Damni
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Is it even possible without a wood-fired oven?
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4 months 3 weeks ago - 4 months 3 weeks ago #426 by snowman
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Thank you, Dani. I know I can do it. I have some basic knowledge, my technique is not that
bad and I also have good inspiration. It's just that I don't have the necessary tools for baking
Neapolitan pizzas. A wood fire oven is not the only thing you need, reminding that you can't
bake it in ANY wood fire oven. You need stuff like a pizza peel, also boxes to keep my dough,
also the paddle to turn the pizza, good quality wood etc. Not to mention ingredients and
oven management.

Yes, Damni, it's possible to achieve a similar quality pizza with an electric or gas oven.
You just need it to go from 450 to 500 °C.

Here's a gas oven example from Giovanni:



Also his teglia. Take a look at his oven. He also makes Neapolitan style during the Winter
in the oven seen below. It's very expensive for me to buy it right now.



I learned a lot from Giovanni. Now you can see my actual process for the pizzas I
make since I don't have a camera to film yet.

The only important thing for me is that I somehow managed to learn skills he does NOT
share, using very low quality flour compared to what he uses(15-20 times more expensive)
AND I also have to improvise with a 35 year old gas, not using tools he has. The results
are pretty close if you don't consider I'm making pizza in a cave and he's doing it in a spaceship :D


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