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Old 06-15-2011, 10:43 AM   #21
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You misunderstood. I said grocer, not Safeway. Good, deli dough, not Boboli, which I agree is disgusting.


I usually get my dough from a good local chain, or from a local bakery.
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Old 06-15-2011, 10:47 AM   #22
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You misunderstood. I said grocer, not Safeway. Good, deli dough, not Boboli, which I agree is disgusting.
I don't know what the grocer situation is in Oregon City, but I live in a cookie-cutter suburb in southern California. We have a Vons, a Ralph's, a Stater Brothers, an Albertsons, a Smart & Final, two Trader Joe's, a Whole Foods, a Target Greatland, and quite a lot of places where you can buy fresh fruit.

We do not have anything that could reasonably be thought to resemble a traditional "grocer". Hell, it took me forever to find a decent butcher shop, and I have to drive out into Escondido for that.



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Joe, were you living in San Diego back around 2000? Papa Murphy's was only in San Diego for a couple years IIRC. They closed up all the ones here for whatever reason even though I still see them in NorCal, Midwest, and East Coast while on business travel.
No, I was in the Cincinnati area from '99-'04. Didn't move to SoCal until the end of '04.



I've been searching around the web quite a bit and have found numerous recipes for doughs to be used in deep-dish and pan pizzas. They all seem to stress the necessity of having a stout mixer with a dough hook, which, as mentioned previously, I lack. Perhaps I shall hit up the Goodwill stores when I get back from 'bama and see if I can find something...
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Uhm... Ok. I think I'll go down to the local Mazda dealer and order an MX5 that isn't assembled. Maybe I can even vulcanize my own tires.
Can I interest you in paying GM $5,800 to help assemble your Corvette's engine?

http://www.gizmag.com/corvette-engin...erience/15868/
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Can I interest you in paying GM $5,800 to help assemble your Corvette's engine?
Doesn't really surprise me. I've seen many variants of this:

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