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    Ymm! Homemade pizza

    My wife and I are making pizza. We bought an Ooni Koda 16, outdoor gas fired pizza oven. We follow Forkish's recipe for sour dough crust.

    Made these recently:

    Pickled jalapeņos and salami.
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    Tomato and roasted garlic.
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    Roasted butternut squash, bacon and onion.
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    There is a learning curve cooking a pizza at over 800 degrees F in about 1.5 minutes. But we are getting the hang of it.

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    ~rthomas

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    Wonderful!

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    You had to post that did you?

    Now I'm really hungry!

    Looks great!

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    Those look really yummy! Hard to imagine how awesome they would be if they could load upright! j/k
    "We are not provided with wisdom, we must discover it for ourselves, after a journey through the wilderness which no one else can take for us, an effort which no one can spare us, for our wisdom is the point of view from which we come at last to regard the world." --M. Proust

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    Nicely done. We like making homemade pizza too. Roasted fruits of various stripes are one of our favorite unique toppings.

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    Yum! Here's a question. If you could only have one pizza topping ever, for the rest of your life, what would it be? Mine would be mushrooms, no question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    Yum! Here's a question. If you could only have one pizza topping ever, for the rest of your life, what would it be? Mine would be mushrooms, no question.
    Easy for me too...pepperoni.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    My wife and I are making pizza. We bought an Ooni Koda 16, outdoor gas fired pizza oven. We follow Forkish's recipe for sour dough crust.

    Made these recently:

    Pickled jalapeņos and salami.
    IMG_2239.jpg

    Tomato and roasted garlic.
    IMG_2240.jpg

    Roasted butternut squash, bacon and onion.
    IMG_2243.jpg

    There is a learning curve cooking a pizza at over 800 degrees F in about 1.5 minutes. But we are getting the hang of it.

    IMG_2194.jpg
    Here I quote Jodie Foster's character in Contact: No words! No words... ...to describe it! Poetry! They should have sent... ...a poet. It's so beautiful! Beautiful! So beautiful. I had no idea.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wilson View Post
    Easy for me too...pepperoni.
    I've gotta go with sausage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    Yum! Here's a question. If you could only have one pizza topping ever, for the rest of your life, what would it be? Mine would be mushrooms, no question.
    My favorite is mushroom pizza, but if I could only pick only one topping forever: pepperoni.
    ~rthomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by aimo View Post
    Yum! Here's a question. If you could only have one pizza topping ever, for the rest of your life, what would it be? Mine would be mushrooms, no question.
    I'm with you on this one! Mushrooms!

    Next favorite is the white clam pizza at Pepe's in New Haven. Just watch for shells!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Here I quote Jodie Foster's character in Contact: No words! No words... ...to describe it! Poetry! They should have sent... ...a poet. It's so beautiful! Beautiful! So beautiful. I had no idea.
    One of my favorite movies of all time!
    Great use of that quote here!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    My wife and I are making pizza. We bought an Ooni Koda 16, outdoor gas fired pizza oven. We follow Forkish's recipe for sour dough crust.

    Made these recently:

    Pickled jalapeņos and salami.
    IMG_2239.jpg

    Tomato and roasted garlic.
    IMG_2240.jpg

    Roasted butternut squash, bacon and onion.
    IMG_2243.jpg

    There is a learning curve cooking a pizza at over 800 degrees F in about 1.5 minutes. But we are getting the hang of it.

    IMG_2194.jpg
    Do you make your own sauce and do you roast your own garlic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Do you make your own sauce and do you roast your own garlic?

    We do. There are a lot of sauce recipes, but most say use San Marzano tomatoes. We use some hot pepper. All the other typical stuff. The key on cooking at really high temps is not to use too much sauce. And keep an eye on it! and turn.
    ~rthomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    My wife and I are making pizza. We bought an Ooni Koda 16, outdoor gas fired pizza oven. We follow Forkish's recipe for sour dough crust.

    Made these recently:

    Pickled jalapeņos and salami.
    IMG_2239.jpg

    Tomato and roasted garlic.
    IMG_2240.jpg

    Roasted butternut squash, bacon and onion.
    IMG_2243.jpg

    There is a learning curve cooking a pizza at over 800 degrees F in about 1.5 minutes. But we are getting the hang of it.

    IMG_2194.jpg
    My nieghbor has the same one.
    4 kids. They cook more pizza than i may have eaten in my lifetime.
    They make hot sandwiches also.
    He made me a beef and bacon pizza .was quick and good.
    My mind tokd me the cheese couldnt be that hot.the roof of my mouth said otherwise .
    The speed will fool you.

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    Last night we brought in pizza from New York Pizza on Battleground Ave., Greensboro, NC. Very good NY style pizza.

    On my half I had double pepperoni (to answer the original question), double mushrooms and diced tomatoes. On her half it was spinach, diced tomatoes, onions, green pepper and olives.

    Hey! It's lunch time. Gonna heat up my leftover slices!
    Ozzie, your paradigm of optimism!

    Go To Hell carolina, Go To Hell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OZZIE4DUKE View Post
    Last night we brought in pizza from New York Pizza on Battleground Ave., Greensboro, NC. Very good NY style pizza.

    On my half I had double pepperoni (to answer the original question), double mushrooms and diced tomatoes. On her half it was spinach, diced tomatoes, onions, green pepper and olives.

    Hey! It's lunch time. Gonna heat up my leftover slices!
    Leftovers????

    [redacted] them and the horses they rode in on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    We do. There are a lot of sauce recipes, but most say use San Marzano tomatoes. We use some hot pepper. All the other typical stuff. The key on cooking at really high temps is not to use too much sauce. And keep an eye on it! and turn.
    Did you pre-roast the butternut squash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bundabergdevil View Post
    Did you pre-roast the butternut squash?
    yes, roasted it. And cooked the bacon too.

    We are cooking pizza again on Christmas Eve. Any ideas? I know one will be Italian sausage, roasted garlic and mushroom.
    ~rthomas

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    Quote Originally Posted by rthomas View Post
    yes, roasted it. And cooked the bacon too.

    We are cooking pizza again on Christmas Eve. Any ideas? I know one will be Italian sausage, roasted garlic and mushroom.
    Funny, we're doing the same thing and I'm going to play with a variant of your butternut squash pizza.

    Here are some combos that have worked well for us:

    - Bacon, Fig, caramelized onion, goat cheese, balsamic drizzle
    - artichoke, roasted red pepper, roasted garlic, 3 cheese - mozz, bleu, asiago
    - sage sausage, roasted red pepper, caramelized red onion, roasted garlic, finished with lightly oiled arugula

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