Hello guys, I am a big pizza fan , and would like to hear from you which pizza type do you like best : The option would be : American Pizza ( thick crust, new york style ) or Italian Pizza ( Thin crust ) Thank you
Posted by SpagoPizza 6 years ago
When i bought my house there was an old brick fire pit in the back yard. it is about 3 foot square and 2.5 feet tall with a brick column like chimney up the back, that is also 2.5 feet tall. I already have a nice bbq and am wondering it it would be possible or worth it to build the fire pit up into a pizza oven? I have never laid brick before and the brick oven project i found when searching the site did not look to be made of brick.
Posted by LivingDread 6 years ago
Pizza dough ingredients: 1 1/2 cups warm water 2 tbsp. sugar 1 1/4 oz. packet of dry yeast 1 1/2 tsp. salt 2 tbsp. olive oil 4 cups white all purpose flour Instructions: Pour the warm water in a larger mixing bowl. Add the sugar & package of yeast. Stir the mixture slowly until yeast & sugar are dissolved. Let sit to allow the mixture to "mature" for about ten minures or so. the mixture will begin to react; clouding & forming a foamy "head" on the surface of the mixture. Add the salt & olive oil & stir again to combine & dissolve the ingredients. Add 1 cup of flour & whisk in until dissolved. Add the 2nd cup of flour & whisk it in. Add the 3rd cup of flour & combine. By now the dough mixture should be fairly thick. Add the last cup of flour & with your hands,beginto combine & knead the dough And now you have you pizza dough finished so you will be first putting on your pizza sauce & baking it at 400% in you oven for 10-12 minutes after the dough tures to be alittle thicker then take it out of the oven a put on cheese & if you want to you may go ahead & put on any kind of toppings that you like then put it back int the oven for about 6-8 minutes or undil it turns alitte brown. Then you may take it out & eat after you cut it.
Posted by Skull 8 years ago
That's right, Instructables is finally having a pizza contest. But this is no ordinary, run-of-the-mill pizza contest, this contest is to benefit the Instructables Restaurant, and the winning entries will actually be served up during PICNIC in Amsterdam this September! We want your signature recipes for homemade crust, sauce, cheese and toppings. Made your own wood-fired pizza oven? Show us! Discovered the perfect combination of ingredients? Share! Anything to do with pizza, we want to see it. Will there be great prizes in addition to fame and international recognition? You know there will. So get ready, cause pizza party is 'bout to drop! Special thanks to target022 for taking my favorite picture of pizza so far that I can't resist using over and over!
Posted by scoochmaroo 8 years ago
Hey Everybody! Today is the day I decide to share this gem with you. Here at Instructables HQ, we often have pizza on Thursdays. It was initiated by Randofo's deep desire to keep his office companions happy and fed, and has evolved into a reason for me to make the following artworks. Each image is mailed out to the entire office as soon as the pizza delivery person arrives. Pizza Thursdays also lives on tumblr. Made on Mad's last day as an Artist-in-Residence. SelkeyMoonBeam and AmandaGhassaei playing Psycho Scooter Scramble I will continue to generate sweet pizza art, every Thursday that we have pizza (and maybe forever). I will keep adding the new .gifs to the comments of this blog. Stay tuned.
Posted by audreyobscura 5 years ago
Marylander Chris Clark has spent less than $300 maintaining the domain name pizza.com since 1994.After reading that the website vodka.com had sold for $3m two years ago, he put pizza.com on an online auction site. Starting at $100, it leapt to $2.6m after only a week.What do you think? Was it worth the money?What domain name do you think would be worth buying now as an investment for the future?Pizza.comPress TV storyBBC slantClark's local press
Posted by Kiteman 10 years ago
Food culture is on the skids with this latest assault on your stomach. Buying one of these is basically saying that your body is not a temple but a broken down playground and that you hope that with a little bit more grease you can oil up the swingset for a couple more rides. And if you feel a little sluggish afterwards, there's that handy bit of Red Bull right next to it. Linkvia bbgadgets
Posted by fungus amungus 10 years ago
A day in the culinary life of this high school/college student generally includes at least three of the four food groups. In case you missed the FDA's new pyramid, these are Pizza, Crazy Bread, Chinese food, and Dr. Pepper. This is actually an improvement from the three years before that, which had only two food groups: ramen and not-ramen. The second is at the top of the pyramid--used sparingly.How about you? What kind of extended poor diet did you live on back in the day? or maybe even right now...
Posted by Rishnai 9 years ago
I turned 25 this past week and celebrated my Birthday by organizing something that I've wanted to do for a long long time - a Pizza Off! A Pizza Off is an event where the participants order as many pizza pies as possible from as many different pizzerias as possible, bring them all to a central location at the same time, (Instructables HQ of course) and then eat them all and test which ones they like best! It's not something that you can do on your own, do to limitations of space, time and belly, so I was grateful when the entire Squid Labs community decided that this sounded like an awesome idea to them as well.The rules were simple (taken from the original email announcement):You must bring a pie with you. Think of it as a ticket for entry - if you plan on partaking, you've got to have a pie. We (as in the royal I) will allow sharing of one pie per two people. Ideally each person would bring their own pie, but I'm no tyrant.Your pizza must be from your favorite SF pizza joint. The pie you bring says something about who you are, so drive the extra mile to the place that's a little further, but twice as good. Each and every person in this building is beautiful, and your pizza should be too.You and your pie must arrive promptly at Instructables HQ at 1:00.You can bring whatever type of pizza you like, from whatever pizza joint you think is best. Ideally we'd all get plain cheese pies so we could truly compare, but if you've got to have something fancy on your pie, rock out.This event is all about two things: pizza and excess, so if you're thinking, oh I don't really need to bring a pie, it will be too much food...I'll just eat some pizza and stand around the table - you're wrong. This event only works if we hit critical pizza mass, so I'm counting on each and every one of you to help.When Tuesday rolled around, we ended up having 15 different pies from 13 different pizzerias! There were gourmet pizza pies from local worker owned bakery Arizmendi, traditional Italian cheese pies from North Beach, deep dish pies from San Francisco and East Bay favorite Zachary's, thin crust brick oven pies from Pizzeria Delfina and even Indian food pizza - which actually turned out to be an awesome flavor explosion!I almost made it "round the pizza world", but then some late entries showed up and the crusts caught up with me. There was a huge happy turnout, plenty of ravenous mouths, delicious pizza of all kinds and we all lived to tell the story of the first ever Pizza Off - all in all I'd call it a huge success!For anyone who doesn't already know, I love NY style pizza, and in my opinion, the best NY slices in San Francisco are from Arinell's on Valencia, so that's where I got my pie from. Everyone had their own favorites though, so I won't presume to report on any definitive results from the testing. I will say though that there's a pizza type for everyone, and I am never ceased to be amazed by the magic and wonder of Pizza.We're planning on having future Food Offs testing out other ubiquitous tasty foods. Some of the first things that I'd like to test are:Pad ThaiEgg RollsPhoBurgersIce CreamCoffeeRibsBurritosTacosAnyone else ever do anything like this? Find 15 friends who are as crazed about food as you are and make it happen!
Posted by noahw 10 years ago
So I'm having a new years LAN party this year. 14 hours of pure gaming should prove to be a fun night. I have a 50 inch plasma in my basement where we will be having the party. I want to make the best use of this screen by putting some "stats" (for lack of a better word) on the screen. Obviously the biggest problem with stats is that every games is different and there is no standard protocol to be used. I am looking to the instructables community for ideas as to what I can put on this screen. Some ideas that I had: - DHCP table - Midnight countdown (its new years) - Starfield Screensaver Thanks!
Posted by computerwiz_222 8 years ago
RC Nerf Tank Rose Pizza Top Secret Bunker Make Giant Bubbles Adafruit Photo Tutorial Classic Rock Labyrinth German Flammkuchen Laser Etching Metal Sport Jersey to Sexy Top Glowing Nameplate Recycled Ruffled Headband Caffeinated Jello Shots Rubik's Cube Cake Paracord Handle Hidden Door Bookshelf
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
Hi, I'd like to replace wired lights in our pizza car toppers, which run through windows into cig lighter, or run into hood and attach directly to battery -- with --- LED lights mounted in the car toppers, but wired so on and off switch is mounted on outside of car topper. This way there are no wire outside of the car topper, and drivers could just flip the switch on car topper itself to turn on and off.
Posted by tfurmato 4 years ago
Toddler Guitar Hero Controller Homemade Pizza Recipes Printer Shredder Dystopic Lamp Easy Compression Bookshelf Glass Beads from Broken Bottles Money Origami Collapsible Bed Frame Wristband Light Writer Ball Bearing Rollercoaster Handmade Rings Position Sensitive MIDI Drum Pad Birch and Aluminum Desk Waterproof Camera Case DIY Disc Golf Target
Posted by fungus amungus 8 years ago
So I have come across this one user. MegaPrincess3001 https://www.instructables.com/member/MegaPrincess3001/ He is posting fake instructables. I mean, these Instructables obviously are fake and are not helpful in any way. They are funny, but I do not feel they belong in this community. For example, one video is just of him and one of his friends eating baked goods and then pretending to poop out a "pizza". He passes this off as "making a pizza". Watch "how to make a pizza" to get what I mean. I have attached an uploaded image of him "cooking a pizza" to show you what I mean What is instructables policy on these videos? Are they considered spam, inappropriate? or will we just allow them to exist on this site? I have flagged both of his videos as inappropriate. If you agree with me, I suggest that you do so to. ~wowguy
Posted by wowguy 6 years ago
I was honored to be asked to open an Instructables Restaurant in Amsterdam as part of the 2010 PICNIC festival. Faithfully following recipes submitted to our Pizza contest, chefs from Eetcafe De Zwijger served three different types of pizza in an intimate setting within the festival, next to the mobile Fablab. Each day, the crew served around 50 pizzas split equally between Homemade Pizza Margherita, Rose Garden Pizza, and Flammkuchen - the other type of pizza. The Instructables Restaurant is a combination concept art piece and experimental business model. What would an open-source restaurant look like? Can an open-source menu allow patrons to form a deeper relationship with the chef and the food? Would people show up just to learn how to do it themselves? With funding from the Waag Society, the creators of the restaurant, Arne Hendricks and Bas van Abel, are trying to answer these questions. With my permission, they chose to leverage the Instructables brand in their initial "pop-up" restaurants, which have included a Cheesecake cart, DIY BBQ, and a soup night in addition to the Pizza restaurant -- all described on their Instructables Restaurant Blog. The space created for the restaurant at Picnic was great, and probably better than any live event I've ever organized for Instructables. Two things that worked really well deserve to be specifically pointed out: handing out comment sheets with each slice of pizza, and tear-away handouts with the recipes and instructions for furniture and decorations. In one of the images below, you can see a collection of comments about the pizza submitted by tasters. The handouts had links to the website and short forms of the step-by-step instructions emphasizing that anyone could make the pizza, furniture, or lighting themselves. (The pads of handouts were especially appealing to me, because literally the next day at NYC Maker Faire, the wind was threatening to blow our business-card-format project cards all over.) Scanned versions of the handouts are included in the slideshow below: See this slideshow here: Instructables Restaurant Handouts Arne calls the Instructables Restaurant a "question." If the answer to his question is yes there is something to an open-source restaurant, he has a spot in mind for a fixed-location version. I can't wait to eat there. A brief aside: I'm a few inches above average height in the US, but in Holland, I'm short! The Dutch are enormous, as you can see in the group image with the five of us at the restaurant. Looking up to meet people's eyes was an interesting and fun change. More images of the Instructables Restaurant here on Flickr.
Posted by ewilhelm 8 years ago
I've heard that you can use an unfinished ceramic tile as a pizza stone. I have not been able to find any unfinished ceramic tile anywhere. I figured a bunch of DIY folks like the ones here might know where I can get one. Does anyone know where I can get a 16"x16" unfinished ceramic tile? Thanks Rick
Posted by mrmath 11 years ago
Bacon Jalapeno Poppers Lady Gaga Hairdo DIY Diamond Ring Amazing Tesla CD Turbine Yip Yip Costume Glowing Birdcage Necklace 5 Vinegar Secrets Cloth-Covered Cables English Breakfast Pizza LED Plant Growth Light Wooden Puzzle Cube RFID Projects DIY Barbecue Vodka Infused Gummis Low Carb Pizza
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
In town for the Bay Area Maker Faire next weekend? Come to our annual Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Social! There will be: Liquid nitrogen Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen Pizza (not made with liquid nitrogen) Beverages (possibly made with liquid nitrogen) Authors and other interesting people (playing with liquid nitrogen) Also, we may have some liquid nitrogen When: 5-8pm, Thursday, May 16, 2013 Where: Instructables HQ, 82 2nd St, SF, CA (look for the big robot on the window!) Come see our lab, meet some amazing people, eat pizza and ice cream, meet the Instructables team, and take advantage of your last chance to really decompress before the craziness that is Maker Faire. If you can make it, please RSVP to: LN2 @ (instructables.com) <-- slightly obfuscated to avoid spambots! so I can order enough pizza for the crowd! We're looking forward to meeting you! Christy and the rest of the Instructables team
Posted by canida 5 years ago
The Holiday Gifet Contest page (and the Pizza contest) are in Judging mode yet there is no option to see the finalists on the page. The Design contest page is fine. Tested ie8 & firefox 18 on a XP PC... Attached is a screenshot.
Posted by vanweb 5 years ago
I am looking for a plastic part and have searched all over the internet for it and cannot find it. To give you a visual of the part, its looks just like a plastic pizza box support but its height is about 6 to 8 inches. Has anyone seen anything similar to this description? Thank you for your responses. Chris
Posted by milkyway312 6 years ago
A little early for most readers, especially our hosts, but the Antipodeans started hours ago, and I'm going out in a few minutes to see the New Year in with pizza and beer at a friend's house. Hope you all have a crackin' 2011, and keep posting the cool stuff. And, on the 7th Jan, I'll be celebrating my fifth anniversary as a member of Instructables!
Posted by Kiteman 7 years ago
There was a chef I saw one TV once who does some original things with food, for instance, he made a pizza that looks like a chocolate cake. He also pureed pancakes into a liquid, and then put them on below zero plates to re-solidify them when serving. But now, I can't figure out how to find him. Any help would be appreciated.
Posted by Weissensteinburg 10 years ago
MONKEYS RULE!!!!! THEY MAKE COOL HE-HE-WHO-WHO-HA-HA NOISES AND EAT BANNAS AND HAVE TAILS AND LOVE TREES AND DRINK COCA-COLA AND TYPE STUFF YOU TELL THEM TO (MINE DOES) IN FACT MY MONKEY IS TYPEING THIS RIGHT NOW AND THEY CAN GET STUFF YOU CAN'T REACH AND THEY TOTALY RULE AND EAT LOTS OF PIZZA!!!!!!!!!!! YA MONKEYS!!!!
Posted by bowmaster 11 years ago
Ok, well, if this is deemed as spam, feel free to remove it. If anyone has made it over to my personal page, then you know I have a small list of my favorite things. I'm asking you to ask me what my favorite here. Give me a topic, like pizza topping, not a choice, like ketchup or mustard. Thanks!
Posted by Bran 11 years ago
Snail Car Batman Batarang Erupting Volcano Cake Build a Desk Mac and Cheese Balls Temporary Pizza Oven Steampunk Goggles Book Lamp Frappuccino on a Stick Parachute Dome Tent Tennis Ball Back Massager High Voltage Power Supply DIY Microwave Popcorn Chaos Machine Magnetic Knife Block
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
iMacPad Giant T-Rex Model Toast Stencils No-Weld Bike Trailer Self-Rolling Can EL Wire Bike Color-Changing Hour Glass DIY M-O Cleaner Bot Pizza on a Stick Solar Cooler in a Can Scrub Bot Necktie Corset Dress Easy Surface Mount Soldering Grow Rock Candy Become a Cartoon
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
Banana Split on a Stick Bamboo Bicycle Cardboard Coffee Table String Art Necklace Oatmeal Pancake Perforated Pizza Peel Stargate Gong Build a One Sheet Boat Machine Your Own Guitar Lacy Un-Mentionables EL Levitation Wand Exploded Photo Collage Install a Bamboo Floor Easy Bike Trailer Hitch Survive Zombies with Tea
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
Any thoughts about the licensing? I think I chose the wrong one for the rubber band gun I posted. I just noticed that the license I picked says that you can't use this Instructable commercially. I would prefer that people be able to make and sell the rubber band gun if they wish. Also, I am not concerned if someone does not attribute the design to me. It would be nice but not necessary. I did not make the design to receive accolades.
Posted by HTMF Metal Pizza 2 years ago
USB Typewriter Vacuum Former Steampunk Mr. Potato Head Pipe Lamp LED Table Cards Best Ever Cookie Recipe Easy Lumber Bed Frame Orange and Coffee Liqueur Toe Socks for Toe Shoes Watermelon Deseeding Tricks Motorized Longboard Brickoven-Style Pizza At Home Underwater Video Housing Wooden Rubik's Cube Lego 3D printer
Posted by randofo 8 years ago
How to make Quiet book | by Dzung Mac 1-How to make Quiet books 1 - Apple tree 2 How to make Quiet books 2 - pizza 3 How to make Quiet books 3 - find similar images 4 How to make Quiet books 4 5 How to make Quiet books 5 to be continued My youtube: Dzung Mac
Posted by duongjiangnan 1 year ago
Here is a list of some great things you can craft things out of:CARDBOARD:-Empty Shoe box-Used Poster boards-Empty Dunkin Donuts Munchkin or Doughnut box-Empty Pizza BoxesCONTAINERS:-Empty Altoids candy box-Empty Water bottlePAPER:-Newspaper-Used Paper (like one you used to write phone numbers on)PLASTIC:-Empty water bottles-Empty milk containers*Adding more soon!*
Posted by dragonblue80 9 years ago
I'm looking for a semi-permanent solution to making a fire pit into a wood fire oven. The shell could be something modified from an existing item or something from scratch. I'm thinking a dome shape similar to a brick wood fire pizza oven would be best, however I would want to be able to remove it so the bottom portion is functional as a fire pit and could also be used as an open pit/grill. It would probably be more on than off, so semi-permanent is okay. The pit itself would only be about 2 1/2 to 3 feet in diameter, so nothing too big. As far as functions, I would have a grill at the top of the fire pit (maybe height adjustable within the fire pit, but that's getting kinda fancy). Then in "oven mode," I would have the grill in and put a ceramic pizza stone on top of it for baking then the cover on top. And perhaps even without the stone as a smoker/meat slow cooker. Ideally the cover would be well insulated to keep the heat in and well distributed. It would also have a cutout or door for putting in bread or pizza (rather than a cover that lifts off losing a lot of heat in the process). I'm not sure what materials would be good, but it should probably weigh no more than 75-80 lbs. (light enough for one strong person or two middling strength people to lift). Maybe an inner dome of some metal with a layer of some kind of flame resistant insulation and then another outer dome of more metal? It would also have to be weather resistant for cold winters. Some assembly might also be good as the individual parts would be lighter, so long as being in pieces doesn't compromise the overall effectiveness of the "oven". I've tried searching for a few things, but nothing has really popped up that fit this description. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
Posted by sgzepik 3 years ago
Its a bit short notice, but the Glebe Robotics team are having an open house, This wednesday (Today!), and we would love people to come show and tell at the same time. We have loads of instructables stickers to give out. There will be free pizza samples courtesy of Forno Antico. Attractions include multiple robots.. chances to build some stuff, and the CNC router. It will be held in room 217, Glebe High school, Ottawa, Ontario. It will take place between 4 and 6. Anyone and everyone welcome, it will be extremely informal. Bring anything you've made!
Posted by sam 11 years ago
Hi I'm new, and I've published 4 pages. The first two came right up. Right away I could see the number of views. Right away there were views. Since yesterday I've posted 2 new ones, same everything (categories etc), and they're not showing up where they should, the views completely blank. In my panels the the views indicator missing (as below). All are entires in the BBQ contest. After about 24 hours I assume a moderator would have cleared the first one, but I get the feeling they might not be able to see them. As globally I don't see how anyone can. https://www.instructables.com/id/Jamaican-Jerk-Sauce-Recipe-Designer-Table/ Jamaican Jerk Sauce Recipe Designer Table(edit) I originally designed this for my own use a few years ago. I was after having a fi… posted on Jul 13, 2013 https://www.instructables.com/id/No-Dough-Easy-BBQ-PIZZA-Jamaicajun-Style/ Herein lies some all-out examples of my no-dough easy make pizza I've been making … posted on Jul 12, 2013 Maybe I'm jumping the gun here, it just seems like before the main site could see them even though there's a delay to getting entered into the contests.
Posted by MassSpectrumBotanicalsDOTcom 5 years ago
Recently, I had complained about my abnormally small throat. Well, I just wanted to say... it has gotten so bad to the point where sometimes I have trouble BREATHING. I cannot swallow properly sometimes, and even FLUIDS have trouble going down my throat. Well, they don't get stuck like food, but I can feel them go down my through extremely slow. I am scared as hell. I am scared to eat. I am scared of choking again.Just a few days ago, my mom, dad, and I had pizza for dinner. I only had 2 slices of pizza. Both my mom and dad had 3, maybe 4 pieces (they were small). My parents were done, and I was still halfway done my second slice. My dad is taking me to the doctors either this week or next week. Please, tell me what you think and if you have the same problems===============================UPDATE============================= My dad is taking me to the doc tomorrow. I am excited, even though they may shove cameras down my throat, haha. When you see this topic has "Triple update" I will tell you what the man in the white suit said.
Posted by Flumpkins 9 years ago
Any help here would greatly be appreciated. I work at a pizza delievery place where we use car top signs. In order to light up the signs we must plug it into the cig.lighter. I was thinking that it might be a good idea to use the wind from the car moving down the road to power the light in the sign to free up the cig. ligher for other things( Sirius radio). I have absolutely no idea on how to go about this. Anyone have any ideas? I would greatly appreciate it.
Posted by tinley244 10 years ago
My channel 113 at home, channel 264 at the pizza bar and many other channels all over my town. I presume channels all over the US and this world. Celebrating this superb BBC English TV serial adventures of a Time Lord of Gallifrey and his Earthly Companions traveling in the sentient multidimensional Time and Relative Dimension In Space time-machine and spacecraft. On this wonderful non-stop celebratory viewing of Doctor Who week end...... Alex
Posted by iceng 4 years ago
I just found out that is it unwise to eat many cultivated mushrooms raw. I finished up 3 pieces of pizza I had placed some sliced Oyster mushrooms on for flavor. If I don't sign in tomorrow morning, I am in the hospital :-) it is said that only sensitive people will be effected by the toxins......nice ! :-(UPDATE: I seem not to be sensitive nor particularly vulnerable to this toxin probably because I have ingested so many raw baby portabellas from salad bars :-)
Posted by Goodhart 9 years ago
Some great ideas come from taking a completely new gadget and making it something that looks like, and in this case sort of works like, something from the 19th century. This steampunk cell phone concept has no display. No 3G. No data plan. No games. It doesn't even have a dial pad. You make your calls with binary-coded punch cards, steampunk.All you get in this rugged brown package is an earpiece, (possibly faux) gauges, visible screws, and a spinning number-counter. Oh, and a hole punch every time you want to order a pizza.The project was developed for O2, aiming at the RPG player market (really!). I don't think it works. It would be cool if it did, but I don't think so...UnplggdOriginal designer
Posted by Kiteman 9 years ago