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Old 08-28-2008, 06:45 PM   #21
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The best place in town (IMO) is the same way but I don't really mind it. You just have to know how to pick it up and not let the tip of a new piece drop to let everything slide off. I usually eat the 1st third of a piece with a fork since it's too hot. Any piece after that, (I refuse to admit how much pizza I can eat ) usually isn't slippery, so maybe it helps to let it cool just a bit. I like my pizza more on the warm side than blistering hot. This is, btw, a NY style place with the owners being from NY.
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Old 08-28-2008, 09:21 PM   #22
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My thinking is maybe they are brushing to much olive oil on the dough my recipe has me brushing a bit of oil on dough before adding sauce I know most places don't do this. Or maybe the dough is so dry the sauce just can't stick to it like if they make dough circles ahead and then they dry out sitting around before they add sauce etc.
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