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View Poll Results: Extra cheese or no?
Extra cheese, please 14 73.68%
No! 5 26.32%
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Old 04-28-2013, 09:45 AM   #11
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I love the cheese, but I'd rather load up on the pepperoni, ham, bacon,etc..
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Old 04-28-2013, 11:43 AM   #12
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A good pizza should be about balance, and the DOUGH definately matters!

You need a good dough that has had had time to develoth a ch It must be crunchy outside wip properly, and has some flavor from the yeast. Oven temp is vital for a proper pizza crust as well.

You don't need extra cheese, you need GOOD cheese! A good creamy fairly moist mozzeralla, and a properly aged parm work well together.

Sauce should be made from quality tomato's with very little added to them, and not cooked beforehand. tomato's some salt, and pepper, and some good olive oil male a great sauce. I also like a little garlic oil added, and will use a bit of onion powder at times.

Basil is a must! Fresh is better, but dried works well. It just gives a slightly different flavor.

Toppings. I stick to no more than 3 toppings per pizza. It is about balance and tssting all the ingrediants.

Favorite 3 topping pizza, pepporoni, mushroom, black olive.
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Old 04-28-2013, 01:32 PM   #13
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extra cheese is great along with some good other toppings on there 2 of my favorite shops in the city make great pizza combo's. Bacon/ranch/extra cheese pizza is one of my favorite slices to have ever discovered.
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Old 04-28-2013, 04:44 PM   #14
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Yes please with extra meat as well. Load that bad boy up!
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extra cheese is great along with some good other toppings on there 2 of my favorite shops in the city make great pizza combo's. Bacon/ranch/extra cheese pizza is one of my favorite slices to have ever discovered.
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Yes please with extra meat as well. Load that bad boy up!
yeah, we're in the same pizza school. i'm all about loading the pizza down with meat (also like spinach, broccoli, and mushrooms), but the whole package isn't complete without extra cheese. if it has lots of meat but not lots of cheese, then it's not a pizza to me. i'd rather have a steak than have a meat pizza without extra cheese.
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