The Art of Pizza
Shit, hipster saturated. Does that mean people will have their victorian bikes parked out front? Is hipster saturation a bad thing? I may be aclimated to this, seeing as I am coming from the most hipster state in the US.
They're on GrubHub if you want delivery https://www.grubhub.com/restaurant/kims-home-cooking-4829-n-kedzie-ave-chicago/1065879
I got (but haven't yet used) a pair of these. Pretty affordable and better than lopping off the tip of my thumb (again).
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I saw a thread on Pizzamaking.com that said Lou Malnati's uses 16 guage tin plated steel for their pans, seems similar to this pan on Amazon. It also said that Malnati's will sell old pans with a spatula for $40.
r/hotsaucerecipes is a great place to get started! Literally just bottled a batch of fermented hot sauce 30 minutes ago.
Fermenting sauce is extremely easy - all you need is some mason jars, weights, seals (I put a rubber band around those seals to make them super airtight). I started last year and this summer have around 30 bottles from my garden and have given a bunch away in addition to that. It's really fun to experiment with flavors - right now I'm on a pineapple/fresno/habanero kick.
Have you tried Amazon, Target, Walmart, or other delivery services? Amazon seems to have this one for example.
If you're looking for some of the best gyros in the city, check out Hella's Gyros (Grubhub Link). They recently reopened in the Westline (River West) ghost kitchen after closing their storefront in Edgewater some time ago.
Like everyone else, I'm also a big fan of Athenian Room.
My folks do this too. They have a little ovenand we all cook it ourselves. We did a lot of fondue when I was growing up too.
Obviously not a pre-law major as you can't make an argument that is not complete bullshit, it looks like there are plenty of NYC Pho houses selling Pho for 10$++ and they seem to be in business.
I really love Komorebi’s it’s just salty enough and not over. I also have come across these packets which are the best ones I’ve had. Purchased at HMart.
Miyasaka Instant Miso Soup https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B0086XR146/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_Q9P-FbG654JG9?psc=1
I know, it's weird. This one is made of carbon steel and has a non-stick coating. It seems to be a highly recommended one.
When I took the pizza making class at Pizzaria Uno they gave us a carbon steel pan similar to https://www.amazon.com/Chicago-Metallic-Deep-Dish-Pizza/dp/B001CS6W6K/ref=cm_cr_arp_d_product_top?ie=UTF8
if you like queso that much, i'd recommend "Queso!" by Lisa Fain. Multiple queso making techniques and I've liked those I've made.