This time of year, I'm lucky to get screener DVDs of all the top movies, so we're having 3 friends over for a movie and pizza thing on Friday night. I'll make four 14" pies using the Cook's Ill. method which does everything wrong (not enough yeast, sugar, ice water, one two-day rise in the fridge...all in search of the perfectly crackery crust and crumb.
Do you think I should do a salad or soup starter? I'd like to do some far out toppings like chèvre, shrimp and pickled onions. Any other ideas? Are cookies and coffee enough for dessert? Thanks.
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