Who /dominos/ here?
Just received and planning on devouring both these fine ass custom-made pizzas from my local dominos. It doesn't even matter whether you notice my post or not because I'll still have my dominos either way.
Cant bring me down today.
Too expensive. I got dominoes once, I paid 15 quid for a ten Inch and a peice of garlic bread. At my local take away I can get a pizza that's just as nice but
3 ten inch pizzas for 13 quid
Fuck yea dude, so good! You should have also gotten dat cookie brownie thing. Get it all the time with my domino's pizza, shit's cash
We got some of that whitesauce chicken and garlic niggaaa. And on the other I told em to spread some BBQ sauce on it and some of that fucking bacin and pepperoni. Damn life is good sometimes
I make my own now.
>tfw almost perfected pizza recipe
Do tell. I'm relatively new to this (only second time making it at home)
>I'm too cheap to eat pizza.
So what's cheaper than pizza? You know you can get a premade slice for under $3 with a can of pop at non-chain places right? If you make your own it comes down to under $20 and you get enough to share (or eat three+ meals)
Thanks! I used Bobby Flay's recipe here:
I bake the crust first with a light coat of olive oil on the foil baking tray, and use the back of the spoon to ever-so-slightly glaze the edges of the crush. Bake the crust for 10 minutes, take it out, top it, and throw it back in without the tray. Take it out when the bottom looks Pepe brown, not Tyrone black.
>I've started using butter, olive oil, and milk in addition to water for the dough.
So I take it the specifics are a secret for now? I may try butter but I'm lactose intolerant so I won't be trying milk.
Yes, I understand the milk will likely evaporate out before I consume it but I'm taking enough chances consuming cheese. Mine isn't pictured, I used only aged cheeses on mine
>It makes the base thick and flavorful as fuck.
I don't think I'd want my base any thicker actually, what I do want to find out is how to get that "flaky" crust. You know like a croissant or a biscuit? Is that the butter?
Having a secret family recipe seems like it might be fun so I'll keep it heavily guarded for now. Never know. Maybe a hundred years down the line my family will start up pizza joint.
And yeah, the more butter you add - the flakier the crust will be. If you want your crust to be exactly like a croissant what you wanna do is mix half your butter into the dough and let it rise. Then you punch it down and coat the top with butter - then fold and flatten it. You repeat the process three or four times and then bake the dough.
I personally don't like making the dough that way because it uses way too much butter. My max is like three tablespoons all together.
>And yeah, the more butter you add - the flakier the crust will be. If you want your crust to be exactly like a croissant what you wanna do is mix half your butter into the dough and let it rise. Then you punch it down and coat the top with butter - then fold and flatten it. You repeat the process three or four times and then bake the dough.
Sounds like higher level magiks to me, I think I feel confident with everything else. Doesn't that make the dough harder to work?
>I personally don't like making the dough that way because it uses way too much butter.
So you're concerned about the fat content or the expense? I think trying to make pizza healthy is counter intuitive, it is a "cheat" food after all.
What's stopping you?
There, now it's OC!
>believing every time in every thread when some brand is popped it has to be some company representative shilling
I'm just thinking that making pizza at home can be one of three things, or maybe a combination of two but not all three at once:
an exercise in frugality (in which you use the cheapest, likely least healthy, ingredients)
the pursuit of a higher quality product (in which you go out of your way to get the best ingredients)
an attempt at a "healthier" pizza (in which you selective avoid things that you don't want to consume, say fats, meat or preservatives)
I know I don't do it to be cheap, even if it does come out a little cheaper than take-out (but not by much) so it's kind of hard for me to empathize with you on trying to be both cheap and healthy. We have different motivations
are you really a gril?
That's a shame.
Don't get me wrong, I'd fuck a trap but I'm past the desperation that would lead me to hold a relationship with one.
I'm saying, it's far from my natural preferences, not saying you have to be desperate to date a trap
I want a qt shygirl to feed and take care of like a daughter now.
Do you cook because it makes you feel feminine?
>cooking is girly
Cooking has been stigmatized as girly, I think it fits the role of "strong provider" better actually.
Oddly enough, cooking makes me feel "manly" because I know I'm responsible for my own safety and my mistakes will be evident. I kind of dream of making myself into a desirable husband, a jack of all trades who's wife knows isn't dependent on her to nurture him.
>Decide I want to order dominoes one Sunday
>Order it online while my ass sweat fuses me to my computer chair
>Hear the doorbell ring
>Rip my ass cheeks off chair causing me to lose a layer of skin, fuckin cozy feels dissipate into nothingness and an adrenaline rush fuels me to the front door
>Open door to see Chad holding a piping hot cardboard box
>"You guys watching the game tonight?"
>Simultaneously I realize I have no change OR bills.
>"Yeah, I'm just waiting for the rest of the guys to come over."
>Completely silent in my home
>He stares into my soul. No tip forthcoming. Oops.
>Close the door, chug Mountain Dew and devour the pizza in an hour while numbing myself into shitposting mode on arcanine
>forget to even check what normie game was on tonight
I don't think I can handle this stress too often. I'm going to have to stick to pic related for a while.
>tfw I'm a delivery driver for Domino's
d-did you tip the driver OP?
Question! If someone uses their receipt to leave a bad review does it show up to you guys later?
I filled out a survey after Pizza Hut spent 45 minutes cooking an order of fucking cheese sticks so I shit on them online, and the last time I went in there the manager gave me a look once I told her my phone number