Pizza crust recipe?

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  1. Ballylongford

    Ballylongford Bailey he's a Golden Retriever: & a great guy Subscriber

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    @robgmn :

    Re : NY Pizza dough:

    Here's a link to a sauce recipe from
    "The Pizza Bible".
    A very comprehensive book I have to say.
    There are recipes in it for Detroit style Shields/Buddy's pizza: sort of like Chicago deep dish, but different.

    I have not seen those anywhere else.


    http://www.thepizzabible.com/posts/ny-sauce-combinations
     

     

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  2. robgmn

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    Thanks! I'll have to give them a try.

    i have to chuckle however at the first reply-er who made a "New York Style" sauce, but says "It's probably very different from how a lot of East coast slice joints would do it".
    Is that like making a Chicago-style pizza, except it has a thin crust, low-fat white american cheese, and Ragu marinara? :)
     
  3. Ballylongford

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    Curious to know from anyone reading this:

    I have always heard the reason NY Pizza is unique is because of the tap water in the area: any thoughts?
     
  4. robgmn

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    My guess is it's more urban legend than anything.
    NYC water comes form the Catskills.
    NJ pizza tastes a helluva lot like NY pizza, yet New Jersey water comes from New Jersey (aquifers and surface waters - rivers, etc.).
     

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