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The Lounge>Fire Me Boy! What's For Dinner? Thread
Buehler445 08:45 AM 07-15-2015
Since the other one got too big, let's keep the food truck rolling. Whacha got?

Vol 2. http://www.chiefsplanet.com/BB/showthread.php?t=285408
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Donger 09:11 AM 12-29-2015
Oh, my house is also at 6500 feet, so I'm curious if that had anything to do with it not proofing properly?
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BucEyedPea 09:13 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
Oh, my house is also at 6500 feet, so I'm curious if that had anything to do with it not proofing properly?
Oh....hmmmm, good point.
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BucEyedPea 09:16 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
And I'd kill everyone in yours...

Set point is 60F overnight. :-)
Well, we can't help it, because of the weather. And it saves money to not run the AC too much or too high. I hate it at 80, especially when the oven is on. I also need new insulation which I'm getting next Spring.

You'd acclimate if you lived here—eventually.
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mikeyis4dcats. 09:19 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
****.

No, my house is not warm. It's 65F during the winter during the day.

I put the dough in a bowl, but didn't cover it. When i put it in the bowl, I actually remembered seeing people cover it with plastic wrap or a wet towel but for some reason, didn't.

Crap.

:-)

"The sauce is great though, Dad!"
lighlty oil the bowl, cover with a clean kitchen towel, put either in an oven you warmed a little then turned off, or someplace warm (75-80)
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mikeyis4dcats. 09:21 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
Oh, my house is also at 6500 feet, so I'm curious if that had anything to do with it not proofing properly?
IIRC yeast based doughs should rise faster at high altitude
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Donger 09:26 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by mikeyis4dcats.:
lighlty oil the bowl, cover with a clean kitchen towel, put either in an oven you warmed a little then turned off, or someplace warm (75-80)
Excellent, thank you.
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Donger 09:27 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by mikeyis4dcats.:
IIRC yeast based doughs should rise faster at high altitude
Yes, that's what I thought. I guess it couldn't overcome the lack of relative warmth.
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BucEyedPea 10:06 AM 12-29-2015
I think you're just gonna ha'fta make your dough from scratch if mikey's suggestion doesn't work.

It's okay Donger. Cooking and baking failures are part of becoming a good cook. I've had plenty of 'em.
Baptism by Fire!

I would have made a bunch of minis out of that springy dough...and rolled it — to hell with letting it rise. At least you woulda' had more than just sauce.
Kids usually don't care.
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Fire Me Boy! 10:10 AM 12-29-2015
Originally Posted by Donger:
Yes, that's what I thought. I guess it couldn't overcome the lack of relative warmth.

It would have risen, but it will take longer for sure. Yeast dough will rise even in the fridge given enough time.

Preheat your oven for 5 minutes and turn it off. Use that for a proof box.
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BucEyedPea 10:28 AM 12-30-2015
Donger, why didn't you order out or just use the dough for a flatter crust?

I've done that before. It still tastes decent and you don't waste a thing.

My allergy dough stays close to flat.
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Fire Me Boy! 11:03 AM 12-30-2015
On the road. Casey's pizza for lunch.
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C3HIEF3S 11:12 AM 12-30-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
On the road. Casey's pizza for lunch.
I fucking love Casey's pizza.
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ptlyon 11:17 AM 12-30-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
On the road. Casey's pizza for lunch.
Just straight beef
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Buehler445 12:09 PM 12-30-2015
Originally Posted by Fire Me Boy!:
On the road. Casey's pizza for lunch.
Gak. I'm not a Casey's pizza fan. My stupid cunt sister demands it everytime we get together (of course she's not paying for it). I really hate it. Every. Time.
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Donger 12:22 PM 12-30-2015
Originally Posted by BucEyedPea:
Donger, why didn't you order out or just use the dough for a flatter crust?

I've done that before. It still tastes decent and you don't waste a thing.

My allergy dough stays close to flat.
I didn't throw the pizzas out. They just weren't very good because of the crust.

I'm trying again tonight with the awesome suggestions that have kindly been given.
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