I have been making six or so pizzas every weekend for the past month and a half. They are a big hit except my girlfriend is lactose intolerant and she feels left out. I have tried several cheese free styles (potato topping, a vegetable blend, a thai inspired one) but none have been the right fit. So i was wondering if anyone out there has any sure fire lactose intolerant friendly pizza recipes or suggestions that would solve my problem (especially if they pair well with Kenji's NY style sauce and crust which i am making a lot of now)? Thanks in advance.
I just completed fully rehydrating my Carl Griffith's 1897 sourdough starter. I primed my starter today and tomorrow I am making the Sourdough recipe from the bread baker's apprentice. This is my first attempt at making a sourdough. I was wondering if anyone has made this recipe and if there are any possible pit falls for a noob.
This week's My Pizza Oven interviewee, Caleb Schiff (aka Flagstaff Forno), is A) awesome and B) CRAZY. He's got a beautiful backyard wood-fired oven he built himself and cooks some great-looking pizza in. That's the awesome part. The CRAZAY part is that he seems totally serious about hosting Flagstaff-area Slice'rs for pizza. I don't think he knows what he's getting himself into!
On Sunday night, the new NBC reality show "America's Next Great Restaurant" was launched. Coincidentally, this week Slice will be launching a mini-series that tracks my own work towards turning my dream of opening a wood-fired pizzeria into a reality. Thankfully I won't have a quartet of investors from the NBC show breathing down my throat, but with this mini-series, I hope I will receive the sage advice of Slice readers.