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    My bloody tomato plants are still bearing fruit, so I made (more) tomato sauce and very drunkenly decided to have a bash at making pizza from scratch.
    Despite the car crash appearance, it was super tasty, and Iím now a fan of Mozzarella.



    I need a lot lot more practice

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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    My bloody tomato plants are still bearing fruit, so I made (more) tomato sauce and very drunkenly decided to have a bash at making pizza from scratch.
    Despite the car crash appearance, it was super tasty, and Iím now a fan of Mozzarella.



    I need a lot lot more practice
    Looks really good!


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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    More brunch but hey.

    Red pepper, field mushroom, chilli flakes, chopped hot dog, garlic, spring onion and egg.

    Ace. Really hit the spot.

    Nice! Canít be brunch without the glory of egg!


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    Quote Originally Posted by mightymonoped View Post
    Nice! Canít be brunch without the glory of egg!


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    I was trying to avoid the hassle but knew it was mandatory.

    I have a new mission set by a Deli in Clifton, Bristol. I need to beat their onion bahjis. Because they are incredible. Best I have tasted in my life.

    If I can beat them I will count it as a serious achievement

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    Quote Originally Posted by InThe Sticks View Post
    My bloody tomato plants are still bearing fruit, so I made (more) tomato sauce and very drunkenly decided to have a bash at making pizza from scratch.
    Despite the car crash appearance, it was super tasty, and Iím now a fan of Mozzarella.



    I need a lot lot more practice
    Great stuff.

    The best I have managed without a pizza oven is frying in a pan followed by grilling at about 1 inch clearance.

    You really need a wood fired oven at about 500+ deg C.

    How did you cook that?

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    Alex trying to solve the pizza problem

    https://youtu.be/FJjr9lmUhZE

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    Parmesan & Rosemary Cookies.

    Having these with Tomato Soup. How can such a simple mix taste so good? Unbelievable.

    I suspect theyíd like some red wine too!





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    Quote Originally Posted by User211 View Post
    Great stuff.

    The best I have managed without a pizza oven is frying in a pan followed by grilling at about 1 inch clearance.

    You really need a wood fired oven at about 500+ deg C.

    How did you cook that?
    On a cheap pizza tray from Asda and in an electric oven at 200C (which wasn't really hot enough).

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    Excellent then.

    Suggest you use YouTube and try cooking in a pan after some study. You can get a cast iron pan friggin' hot so the base comes out much closer to a pizza oven.

    BTW I went on a pizza quest a while back. Then I gave up. Doing so saved me at least £500 on a pizza oven, though you can make them obviously.

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    Bahji first ever attempt.

    Attempted to emulate the deli's big, flat, chunky style.

    Very nice, but I am not happy with the amount of spice used. More next time, particularly in the heat department.

    Texture is great.

    I copied this without the fresh coriander. She definitely doesn't like spicy bahjis.

    https://youtu.be/_p3foSJ72RY

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