|Underside of a NY style pizza I made on|
the grill. One of my favorite pics.
This New York style post is just for you, ER. (No it's not. It's for everyone who might be able to take something from it. You think you're special or something?) I've also written a post about how to make Malnati's style deep dish and a post about how to clone Pizza Hut thin. Step-by-step instructions and lots of pictures in every instructional post, with more on the way as I continue to make different styles of pizza and take pictures of the pizzas I make. Plenty of other posts, too, about the right kinds of equipment to buy, as well as anything else that might help beginning pizzamakers become expert pizzamakers. I'm totally serious when I say this blog will eventually be the best, most thorough pizza instruction resource on the internet, if it's not already.
|Looks like Malnati's to me, except my pan is half an inch too deep.|
I'd love it if y'all would "like" the blog on Facebook so I might be able to reach more people and rescue those who are stuck in a neverending cycle of looking in the wrong places for answers to their pizzamaking questions.
This just occurred to me: I went to jail a year ago today for walking. Land of the Free, baby!
If you've been wondering if I'm ever going to hit the road again or share any more of my stories from the time I've already spent on the road... All I can say is I don't know. I'd love to hit the road again, and I'd love to have a TV show about it so I can share with you what no one else can. Even though I sometimes seem like a miserable prick in my blog posts when I'm on the road, there's no better way to live.
I've even thought about offering my services as a guide for people who would like to hit the road Aimless-style for a week or two, to take the kind of vacation that you just can't buy. Almost every American guy over 30 always wanted to do the things I've done but never had the balls to try it. Then they got married and had kids, and the window of opportunity closed essentially forever. Yeah, well what if there was someone out there who could guide them and cram a year of learning this stuff into a week or two of amazing adventures and travel? Yup, that's me. And there's basically no one else who can offer this service. So what's it worth to you? I figured I could start off by charging $500 a week, plus possibly travel expenses (for me to get to and from wherever my clients live, in conjunction with their busy schedule). It would be the best $500 you've ever spent.
But right now I have more important things to deal with, like trying to make my legs work again. I'm not totally unable to walk (or even close to that), but it's really hard for me to walk, and I can't run. (I'm not going to elaborate right now.) Hitting the road would probably be good for this condition, just like it was when I hit the road last year. I don't know if I ever said it, but I could barely walk when I left home last year. Then I walked 350 miles before being locked up one year ago today, for 16 nights.
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