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Old January 5, 2018   #5371
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Hi Colonel Chef Boiardi

Hmm, chicken fried raviolis - nah, they've probably already done that at the State Fair.

I just looked it up https://www.google.com/search?ei=JDZ....0.p8qFEsmt1Sc
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Old January 6, 2018   #5372
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I dont always make pizza but when I do.
I make everything from scratch.
50/50 semolina and bread flour.
Yeast water salt and olive oil.
This will make two 14 inch pizza crusts.
Of course the star of the show will be my homemade pancetta.
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Old January 6, 2018   #5373
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Old January 6, 2018   #5374
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Pizza Breakfast of champions.
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Old January 6, 2018   #5375
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Hi Colonel Chef Boiardi

Hmm, chicken fried raviolis - nah, they've probably already done that at the State Fair.

I just looked it up https://www.google.com/search?ei=JDZ....0.p8qFEsmt1Sc


We have a local Italian restaurant chain that has had toasted ravioli on their menu for decades. At first it was only offered as an appetizer, but so many people were ordering it in place of the pasta dish for their meal that they started offering it in meal size.
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Old January 6, 2018   #5376
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Pizza Breakfast of champions.

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I'll say! Looks good. And makes me realize I never thought to try adding semolina to my pizza dough.
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Old January 6, 2018   #5377
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Worth, your pizza looks really good, but doesn't the grease from the pancetta cause the pizza to get mushy?
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Old January 6, 2018   #5378
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Nope not one bit.
The crust has wee air bubbles in it and is thin and chewy but not hard like cardboard.
You can fold the slice and and eat it the way I like to.
I cant stand 90% of the pizzas sold and I only have a select few places I will eat it.
The only other place is my home.
I used tomato puree and put powdered garlic and oregano on it before the other toppings.
Heck I even made the rolling pins to do it with.

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Old January 6, 2018   #5379
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Good looking pie Worth!
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Old January 6, 2018   #5380
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We have a local Italian restaurant chain that has had toasted ravioli on their menu for decades. At first it was only offered as an appetizer, but so many people were ordering it in place of the pasta dish for their meal that they started offering it in meal size.
Now, I'm going to have to try it myself. It has been years since I last made raviolis. It'll be like starting anew.
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Old January 7, 2018   #5381
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The pizza passed the ultimate test,
Left out all day and night and warmed up in the microwave for another breakfast.
I ate 3/4 of it yesterday in one sitting and the last two slices this morning with coffee.
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The pizza passed the ultimate test,
Left out all day and night and warmed up in the microwave for another breakfast.
I ate 3/4 of it yesterday in one sitting and the last two slices this morning with coffee.
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Sounds good except for the microwave part... I love pizza at room temperature! Mom never refrigerated the leftovers and the pieces (not "slices" because she never made round pizzas) would sit on the kitchen table covered with plastic wrap. We would snack on it for the next few days.
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The microwave part was part of the test.
It is proof they use fake plastic cheese at the chain pizza places.
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Keeping pizza at room temp should depend on what is on it. Cured meats might be OK, but if you put ground beef or pork sausage on it, for example, I would not eat it if left out overnight. Everyone has different tolerances for risk, so do what you feel. But it isn't recommended and it does increase your risk of getting a food borne illness. I would not throw out a pizza with just cheese and veggies on it because I forgot to put it in the refrigerator, but I would if it had any non cured meats on it. Pepperoni is about the only thing I might go for it with, but I would never feed this pizza to anyone who didn't know it had been left out so they could decide for themselves.

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Old January 7, 2018   #5385
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Sounds good except for the microwave part... I love pizza at room temperature! Mom never refrigerated the leftovers and the pieces (not "slices" because she never made round pizzas) would sit on the kitchen table covered with plastic wrap. We would snack on it for the next few days.

I like re-heating home made pizza (from the freezer or the fridge) in the oven at 350F for about 10 minutes on a parchment lined cookie sheet. The time will vary on the thickness of your pizza.

Once you can smell it and the cheese melts, it is done.

I think it even tastes better the second day!
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