Hey /b, rate my pizza, certainly looks like shit, but this is my first pizza.
there is no reason for your first pizza to look that terrible unless you've never cooked anything before. first of all, yeah undercooked. what the fuck kind of unidentifiable cheese is that? and you're supposed to seer the mushrooms and onions for a few seconds before you stick it on the pizza to be cooked. also..
1.) You need a stone underneath it, which you can get at Bed, Bath, and Beyond or other cookware store.
2.) Needs to cook for at least another 5-8 minutes, assuming you're at the right temp to begin with.
You dun goofed son. Putting toppings under the cheese. You dun goofed good. tried eating hat shit without it all falling messily apart like the pussy of a landwhale.
holy shit anon, I think we have the same pan.
/b/ is like the the pussy of a crazy landwhale that you cant get enough off. You know you should quit its crazyness, but one gets addicted to it. To dat /b/ ass.
Hey there Mr. Pizza Enthusiast
I was once like you, my first pizza looked more like a vagina. But as time went on, I learned more.
1. Use quality ingredients. Never buy inferior quality to save the extra pound or two.
2. ALWAYS place the ingredients on top of the cheese. Covering ingredients with cheese may imply that you want to hide something.
3. The crust is key to a great pizza. To give it that crispy look, cover the edges with homemade garlic butter.
4. Remember, there is no such thing as a bad pizza.
Live long and prosper.
I started cooking pizzas around 22. You got to buy some oregano and basil to season that shit up... cheddar cheese all the way for me, I even add pre-minced garlic every now and then. You guys are doing God's work anons. Try making a pizza sandwich in a sandwhich maker
agreed with everything except I find that adding ingredients on the sauce then covering with cheese allows the flavors to marinate better while cooking
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