…But you can’t take the New York out of the girl. Or in this case, the love of New York style pizza. I moved to Washington two years ago and have searched for similar pizza to my family’s typical Friday night dinners since then and have come up with nothing. So, I moved to my next idea: buying the dough from Safeway and making pizza at home.
My wonderful fiancé gave me a pizza stone for Christmas so I could continue my pizza adventures. I have only made the store-bought dough so far. It was time to step up my game and make pizza from scratch. To organize my thoughts, I used the TPACK framework to compare my old and new processes (2006).
I started my research with Binging with Babish‘s series, Basics with Babish. I love Babish’s main series and find his content informative and entertaining, and he even includes the recipe in the description! I hope you’ll enjoy his style as well.
This video did not address one of my main concerns: making true New York style pizza. The next step was to ask a Discord community I am a part of for recipes and they had quite a few! I will be starting with this New York style recipe from Serious Eats they recommended. My grocery store trip is planned for tomorrow morning, so I should provide an update soon! I hope it turns out delicious.
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Binging with Babish. (2018, February 8). Pizza | Basics with Babish . Retrieved from https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cqYiUmutGI
Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. J. (2006). Technological pedagogical content knowledge: A framework for teacher knowledge. Teachers College Record, 108(6), 1017-1054.