This makes for some of the best meat I've ever had. I know a guy who has a secret Dr. Pepper marinade, but he won't give us the ingredients. After years of slowly putting it together, this is what I've come to conclude.
This is the dough recipe that Neat Pizza used in 2006.
Your pizza dough will be trully awesome if you're able to find high - gluten flour.
Your pizza dough will be trully awesome if you have a stand mixer. If not it will take some tweaking and hard work.
Your pizza will be trully awesome if you buy a pizza screen. Google search pizza screen and pick one up.
If you're using a cookie sheet try cooking it on your floured cooking sheet for ten minutes and then scooting it onto the oven rack for a few minutes of crispifying at the end.
If you want to make a lot of pizza:
2 16" pizzas
2 1/4 cups warm water
3 tablespoons & 3 teaspoon sugar
3 teaspoon pure olive oil (or extra virgin)
1.5 teaspoon salt
6 cups high gluten flour (or other)
3 teaspoon active dry yeast
Follow the same procedures from before just divide your dough into two seperate dough balls after it is mixed. Also let them rise in seperate containers.
This recipe came from a German cookbook that my brother sent to me. You can do all the above before hand, less then 2 hours before you're ready to eat. It is especially good with the Jaeger Schnitzel sauce that can also be found on recipezaar.
Nothing better than a cobbler for a southern dessert. This is a mix on one of my mother's recipes. It has a little more crust than typical cobblers. You can use just about any fruit you would like. Make sure to serve with ice cream!