I realize that 2020 was an insane year. So I’ll just say this:
I hope 2021 is a better year for everyone.
Your requests have been heard. No one likes the, “blah, blah, blah,” at the beginning of food blog recipes, so I’ll keep this short. If you’re looking for a sourdough pizza crust recipe that doesn’t rely on active dry yeast or instant yeast for lift, this is for you. This recipe is super low maintenance; you can use discard and there’s zero fussing or kneading required.
This is an easy way to use up the discard, with a little additional “lift” from commercial yeast. The result is a flavorful, not-too-sour crust that has all of the characteristics of your favorite restaurant deep dish: the shatteringly crisp, nearly fried bottom and caramelized cheese edges with an abundance of air bubbles throughout.
All week I have been trying to think of the right words to say. Honestly, I’m still not sure I even know the right thing to say to address the things that have been happening lately…but I will try to keep it simple. Just to be clear-this is not a political post.
I am not sure I have ever met a cookie I didn’t like. The snickerdoodles wound up costing 42 cents per cookie, which makes it really hard for me to justify buying cookies for myself at any bakery or cafe ever again.
I thought…maybe I could riff on this recipe and create a chocolate chip cookie dough recipe for two. I tried it, and it definitely hits the spot when I need to exercise just a bit of self-control.