A few times a year we offer free virtual Dough from Scratch classes via Zoom. You’ll learn how to make our amazing four-ingredient pizza dough at home using flour, water, yeast and salt. We’ll teach you how to stretch the perfect pizza crust by hand and to bake a delicious pizza in your own oven.
Ask any pizza maker, and you’ll find that one of the first and most important parts of creating the perfect pizza is the oven. And not just any oven, either! Where and how you cook pizza makes a world of difference. In fact, not having just the right oven can delay the opening of a pizzeria.
Our own Jordan Wallace has collaborated with Kelly to come up with a pizza we’re calling The Forager, which features forest mushrooms, Italian pork sausage, truffle oil, thyme, and fontina, mozzarella, and Parmesan cheese with butter and garlic oil.
utes the “correct” way to eat it! Some folks even believe the way you consume your pizza gives some insight into your personality.
oregano. That’s it! We mix them in the right order so you can taste the richness of the olive oil, the mouth-watering acidity of the red wine vinegar, the salt and herbs, and the refreshing lemon.
Wherever you choose to eat, at home or at a Pizzeria Locale, remember that Neapolitan pizza is best enjoyed as soon as it comes out of the oven. Remember that the crispy charring you see on the edges of your pizza is actually a hallmark of the Neapolitan style, and… buon appetito!
Those small red peppers you see in the pizzerias come from the Calabria region of Italy, south of Naples, and you can almost taste the sun and warmth that nurtured it. It’s the Calabrian chili pepper, commonly used in Italian cuisine—and one of the stars of our show here as a topping for the build-your-own pizzas at Pizzeria Locale. It’s also the main ingredient in our Calabrian Chili oil and the spicy chicken marinade.
This month, the Pizzeria Locale Community Pizza Box Series is spot lighting Envision:You, a nonprofit organization committed to supporting members of the state’s LGBTQ+ community living with a mental health disorder and/or substance use disorder.
Pepperoni is essentially an American version of salami, something close to what Italians might call salame piccante, a generic term that means “spicy salami.” It’s made from beef and cured pork mixed together and then seasoned with a blend that usually includes paprika, garlic, black pepper, crushed red pepper, cayenne pepper, mustard seed, and fennel seed.
Something magical happens when you allow yeast to work.
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