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Discussion in 'GMD Social Forum' started by mutantllama, Dec 13, 2007.
I don't fucking know I don't use a dicshunary for your benefit
Another attempt at basic pizza.
And another couple of issues this time.
Besides obvious low temperature because I don't have a fucking furnace in the apartment, the dough started fermenting over night and had this vodka aroma. I have to work on storage.
I'm still convinced letting the dough rest overnight is a must.
I demand that you put that back in the oven for at least 10 more minutes.
Nice effort Onder, what kind of cheese are you using?
The homeless people food is awesome
But today I suddenly miss having a stovetop/oven/microwave/hot pot and cooking my own food
Anyone here have any experience using black garlic? I came across a jar of it at our local asian market and grabbed it. I'm just not sure what to do with it really. I just ate one out of curiosity's sake. Interesting, to say the least.
Does black garlic taste completely different than the not-black-garlic??
Could you describe for us the taste of black garlic
It tastes like garlic with a faint taste of watermelon.
Since you asked...
mellow garlic flavor + sweetness + earthy umami similar to mushroom = black garlic.
Grind it up and sprinkle it on your steak!
It appears to be fresh mozzarella cut into medallions, which is standard on a traditional Neapolitan pizza.
@Onder how hot does your oven get?
Yep the oven is the biggest issue here, I think the oven in my new apartment can't do as much as the previous one. It should be able to do 250C but even that's not enough, obviously, as the pizza should be in the oven for like two minutes under 350C+ fire.
So I can either leave it there and let the dough dry out or it looks like my pic.
Maybe I'll come up with something.
Can't as in don't have the skill to cook, or don't like eating it?
I find it kinda weird to eat, but I can't not cook them sunny side up. It's a compulsion, I need the achievement points.
as in i cant eat them. Whats so hard about cooking them sunny side up?
My bad, I was thinking over easy. Hard to keep the yolks from breaking that way.
yeah i've actually never tried that. Looks kind of hard too
It's the one skill I practice when I visit my grandma, cause I don't keep eggs at my place. Pretty much every breakfast I eat there is eggs over easy on toast.
The drippy yolk kinda works in that case, cause otherwise the toast is too dry. It doubles as a dipping "sauce".