Episode 17 – Waiting for Good Dough

We are back to offer some take-out good-times in an episode from a long time a go and a world far far away. We gather to dig our hands in good dough and make pizza one more time. ¿Cómo Se Dice en Italiano ‘She Nailed It!’? Deanne totally PWNS our OONI when she brings a fresh batch of fermented dough. We all tap our Jersey heritage and pop out some serious pies that keep getting better as the temperature rises. It will take more than a cross-eyed-bear to remind us why we ever tried commercial stuff.

We are back to offer some take-out good-times in an episode from a long time a go and a world far far away. We gather to dig our hands in good dough and make pizza one more time. ¿Cómo Se Dice en Italiano ‘She Nailed It!’? Deanne totally PWNS our OONI when she brings a fresh batch of fermented dough. We all tap our Jersey heritage and pop out some serious pies that keep getting better as the temperature rises. It will take more than a cross-eyed-bear to remind us why we ever tried commercial stuff.

Enjoy this one from the vault!

Episode 11 – Abe Froman the Sausage King

Bueller?…..Bueller? No, dear millennials we aren’t deaf, it’s a meme. Our guest this show Abe Froman (a.k.a. Joel Macaluso ) takes us back to the hard rock times when we used to have to earn our own kicks. We show our listener how to have some old-school Jersey fun making pizza in the OONI wood oven. For those who like their Xmas music before Halloween, here’s a late holiday episode for some hair of the dog that bit you.

Bueller?…..Bueller?   No, dear millennials we aren’t deaf, it’s a meme. Our guest this show Abe Froman (a.k.a. Joel Macaluso ) takes us back to the hard rock times when we used to have to earn our own kicks. We show our listener how to have some old-school Jersey fun making pizza in the OONI wood oven. For those who like their Xmas music before Halloween, here’s a late holiday episode for some hair of the dog that bit you.

We try out the OONI with some homemade pizza and sausage from B&M Market then discuss how the English can bake without getting soggy-bottoms, but they can't cook a pizza like we can here in Jersey. What is the proper texture for the right pie and its crust across the Tri-State area? We discuss the nuances and best locations to try Chicago, New York, and Hawaiian tomato pies, which are flat… but are they pizza? It turns out we owe the diversity in American tomato pies to George Washington for starting it all way back when.

In the final segment we play our spin on ‘two truths and a lie’ completely unprepared. Without spoiling the ending we can reveal that it’s hard to lie on-the-spot after eating that much sausage pie. We find out a lot about our hosts pasts through the stories they tell, whether truth or not the truth.

Episode 7- Matt Deaton The Fire King of Virginia

Matt Deaton stops by from Fredericksburg Virginia to school us on the primal nature and community comfort of a good fire. 

 

We discuss how pellet grills are not really grills, or real wood, but can still make a nice chicken breast. Mr. Deaton then dives into secrets for flaky biscuits and savory brown gravy, before honoring his favorite utensil: the kitchamajig.

 

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