The Bitcoin Pizza Story You DIDN’T Hear. Hacker Noon

I ordered myself on the dark web.

I know you’re frowning. The title is weird, I know. But, if you could just give me a moment I'll explain. I'll have to be fast though, I don't know how close they are.

Essentially, I ordered myself on the dark web.

I'm a drug user, I'll admit it. Weed is my usual go to, but I buy that off my friend. If, however, I want to get something a little heavier, like acid, or coke, I'd just order it off the dark web. It's surprisingly simple. A few clicks, some bitcoin transfers and then boom, I have acid in my PO box.

But I'm also a curious guy. The dark web has always... intrigued me. Up until a few days ago, I had only been on there to buy drugs off sites some of my friends gave to me. But, late one night I was sober and at home, which was a rare thing for me. So, since I was bored I decided to boot up my tor browser and try and see what sort of fucked up shit I could find on the dark web. If you've ever been on the dark web, you'll know that you can't just search up "red rooms," or "hitman for hire," and get results. No, you have to find links to these websites first.

So I hopped back onto google again to try and find some links to a messed up website. I know it's weird that I was actively searching for the worst, but as soon as I got on the dark web that night I had a sense of morbid curiosity overcame me. Anyway, I spent a little while trying to find some links. Anything that I found though was either too tame for me, or the links didn't work. At this point, I was about ready to give up, and I wish I had.

But, in one final attempt, I clicked on Reddit. Hoping onto deepweb, I didn't think I would find anything. So, I just scrolled through hot for about half an hour before sorting by new. Then, I found it.

One, simple text post titled: "SLAYERS ASSASSINATION AND LIFE RUINING SERVICES." In the text box in the post was what seemed to be just a random assortment of numbers and letters (zy3dkytcaubkq2y3, for those of you curious ). It took my tired brain a second to figure out what it was, but I realized pretty quickly. It was a link, presumably to a hitman website.

So, I decided to paste the link into my dark web browser and what do you know, it worked. But, before I decided to go any further I figured I should go back to OP's profile to see if they have posted any other dark web links. However, when I went back to the post in question OP's profile was deleted. Weird.

Anyway, I re-opened my dark web tab and hopped onto the site. Up along the top of the website was it's name, SLAYERS ASSASSINATION AND LIFE RUINING SERVICES and next to it what looked to be a skull inside of a crosshair. I chuckled when I saw that, the site must be fake. Upon scrolling down however, I was not disappointed.

There was a paragraph of white text on a black background, and a small box to the right of the text that just said 'place an order.' The text was the main part though, as it took up most of the page. It read:

"Slayers assassinations and life ruining services offers everything from acid attack, crippling, blinding, castration, torture, rape, beatings and good old death. We have the lowest prices out of any other company running similar services, and we are world wide! We have a dedicated and experienced group of staff based all over the world, so if you need someone to be assassinated, or maybe you just want them scarred for life, don't hesitate to contact us!"

Again I laughed. This had to be satire, right? Hell, I was even tempted to order it on someone just to see what would happen. Ironically, I actually have a half-decent job so I can afford to. Better not to risk it though, I thought to myself.

I was about to close my computer and call it for a night when I heard a knock at the door. I live alone, so it was unusual to get visitors, especially so late at night. But, when I opened my door it was just my good buddy Mark, who also happened to be my weed plug.

As I opened the door, he didn't hesitate to let himself in and shove a big baggie full of pot in my face.
"This, dude, if the best shit I've had in a minute, we gotta try some."

I couldn't say no.

Cut to a couple hours later, it's early morning and Mark and I are chilling on my couch, both blazed as fuck. He suddenly decides to get up, and I assume he's going to get some leftover pizza, but he walks over to my desk and computer.

"Slayers assassinations, are you gonna kill someone or something?" he mutters.
"What?" I reply
"Your computer dude, it's got some hacker shit on it."
"It's the dark web man, don't fuck with it."

At this point I'm still on my couch, half asleep and not paying full attention, however I sat up pretty fast when he said the words: "Hey man, lets order a hitman on you."

I hoped up and walked over to my PC. Part of my brain was screaming no, what the fuck are you doing, but the majority of my brain (which was also they high part) was thinking about how funny it would be to order a hitman on myself. So I agree. I do made him get out my chair though, because I didn't want him seeing what my credit card numbers were as I transferred some bitcoin.

At the end, after I wrote down all my personal details, like my address, age, and even a photo, I had to select what I wanted to happen to me. I just selected plain old assassination, as it was actually cheaper than some of the other things. I could have paid an extra couple of grand to be beaten before my death, but even my high brain didn't want to splash the cash too much on my own death. God, this is ridiculous.

Anyway, I placed the order and then replied to a confirmation email, and boom. It was done. A couple of clicks and I had ordered myself on the dark web. Mark and I laughed about it for a while, but then he left about an hour later and I fell asleep not too long after.

I woke up around 9 a.m., which meant I got at least six hours of sleep, even if it felt like I got three. I got up and out of bed, threw on some track pants and a cotton shirt (yes, I sleep naked), and brewed myself a coffee before sitting down to play some games and just. enjoy my Sunday.

You can imagine how shocked I was when I saw that I had ordered my death the previous night.

Even though I thought the site was bullshit I still felt a pit open up in my stomach. Even when I'm high I usually can make sensible decisions. I chuckled, not like I could remember it anyway, but I guess Mark's new shit really was good.

I would assume a normal human being would do something else, but I was still kind of out of it from the night before so I just carried on with my day. I was a little more paranoid, sure, but as I said I just assumed it was bullshit. I even laughed at the email I got from the website, saying that their hitman has been dispatched and was on its way. It was like ordering a package of Amazon, I was tempted to email back and ask for some day delivery.

But I didn't need to ask, because that's exactly what I got. I didn't see it arrive, but around the time I started to cook myself a shitty dinner I noticed a blacked out sedan parked on the other side of the road from my house. I didn't live in a rural area, but there is a lot of trees and bushes between each of the houses on my street, so I would be surprised if any other house saw the car except for mine.

At this point, I was freaking out. What if the site was real? Even though I'm a big guy, I was freaking out. I don't own any weapons, aside from a slightly larger-than-average kitchen knife. Fuck it, I'm confronting it, I decided. I put on a hoodie and slid the knife into the front pocket before waltzing on out of my house and walking right up to the driver side window of the vehicle. Even I was astonished at my own courage.

Knocking on the window, nothing happened. It was... rather anti-climatic, I was fully prepared to have to fight for my life, all because I did something really dumb while I was baked. But, like I said, nothing happened. I even put my head right up to the window, as if there was a reflection, to try and get a better look to see whats inside.

I could barely see what was inside of the car, but all I could make out were two empty seats. No one was even inside. I had got all hyped up for nothing. I decided to wait out by the car for a bit, but after half an hour or so I was hungry and I had to go back inside to take my dinner out of the oven. I swear, it was only a minute between me going inside to take my dinner out of the oven and looking back out of the window, and the car being gone. I didn't even hear it go.

"Guess I'm eating my dinner with all my curtains closed and doors locked," I muttered to myself.

I had just started to calm down when the power shut off. It was sunny outside, and coupled with the car I now knew that this was the real deal. I had signed my own death warrant.

I ran into my upstairs bedroom and locked the door, and then hid under the bed. I couldn't all the cops, what would I say? "Oh yes hello sir, turns out while super high I paid 5k for some anonymous hitman to kill me and now he's arrived, send an officer asap please and thank you."

So, I just stayed hiding under my bed, and I still am now. I've been here for an hour now writing this. Think of this as my epitaph. I know I'm screwed. Just a minute ago I heard my back door slowly creak open. This piece of writing may seem humorous to you, the reader, but in reality as you read this I'm under my bed praying to a god that lost all faith in me years ago to spare me, to let me go.

But I know that won't happen. My bedroom door just opened and I can see a big pair of black boots.
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List of moderately difficult skribbl words for your new friend group (1200+ words)

That is to say that this list contains words that this list contains words that:
  1. Usually aren't instantly guess-able (like star, apple, or Nike).
  2. Can be played with a group of acquaintances (I play with a group of interns at work to blow off time)
Created this list by modifying an existing difficult word list we found online and adding a bunch of new words. If you see a stupid difficult word, it was probably a word from the existing difficult word list that I forgot to remove. (amicable and reimbursement were the type of bs I removed lol).
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Food & Restaurant Franchises For Sale

Overview
Global delivery sales have grown 20% in the last five years; online food delivery sales are estimated to grow as high as $220 billion by 2023 – 40% of total restaurant sales.
Russo’s Delivers!
What’s our secret? Simple. We use fresh, quality ingredients – all ready to delivery to your guests. That’s what Russo’s has been all about for more than 30 years. Our family recipes, which are over 100 years old, incorporate a custom blend of spices and proprietary ingredients. We make our pizza dough fresh daily. Our pizza sauce is made fresh, too, from our traditional family recipe formulated for Russo’s, with tomatoes grown in California, topped with 100% mozzarella cheese from a Wisconsin dairy farm. Russo’s famous authentic New York Style pizza and Italian Kitchen is what will set you apart from the other franchise brands and will leave your guests with a flavor to remember.
Why Choose Us?
Why Russo’s is the best new pizza franchise?
Russo’s has a franchisee friendly organizational philosophy. Our mission statement is, “if it isn’t fresh, don’t serve it.” That’s the Russo Family Promise.
Global Delivery sales have grown 20% in the last five years; online food delivery sales are estimated to grow as high as $220 billion by 2023 – 40% of total restaurant sales. Russo’s is a leader in the pizza and Italian delivery sector.
Chef Russo is a first generation Italian, and every menu item is uniquely made with premium ingredients.
We use fresh, natural, non-GMO, high-quality ingredients all baked to perfection in brick ovens.
Our menu was developed by chef Russo using family recipes from Naples and Sicily.
We provide excellent support and quick ramp up time to start building your business.
Our restaurants are designed not only for great food, but also with an open kitchen concept
Ideal Candidate
Investment Information:
Russo’s New York Pizzeria & Italian Kitchen franchise startup cost range from $350,000 to $750,000 depending on size ranging from a traditional location to a limited seating location. Your total initial investment is based off the number of restaurants you build, their size, their configuration, their location, who develops the real estate for and/or constructs them, and the amount and terms of financing. We also require that candidates have at least $200,000 in liquid assets and at least $550,000 in net worth
This includes anything besides home equity that can be converted to cash within 30 days. Retirement accounts such as a 401K or IRA can be considered.
Traditional franchised stores reported average net royalty sales of $1,081,577
Startup costs range from $295,000 - $750,000
Qualified candidates need a net worth of $550,000 minimum liquidity of $200,000 and
Territories for multi-unit and single-unit entrepreneurs are available coast to coast.
How much can I make? Financial Performance Average is:
Average Net Sales $1,081,577
Average Food Cost 20.70%
Average Labor Cost 24.25%
Average Net Income 18.25%
The following data involves historic performance information for Restaurants owned by us or our affiliates and Restaurants operating under effective Franchise Agreements that were open for 12 months or longer as of December 31, 2018. There were a total of 51 franchised Russo’s New York Pizzeria Restaurants operating under effective Franchise Agreements as of that date, 20 of which had been open for 12 months or longer in the United States, and there were a total of six Russo’s New York Pizzeria Restaurants owned by us or our affiliates, all of which had been open for 12 months or longer as of December 31, 2018. The following results include (a) the average Gross Sales for company-owned Russo’s New York Pizzeria Restaurants for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2018, and (b) the cash flows for company-owned Russo’s New York Pizzeria Restaurants only for the fiscal year ended December 31, 2018. Because we do not maintain the accounting records of our franchisees, we are unable to make any representation with respect to the reliability of the expense data of franchised Restaurants.
Do I need restaurant experience?
Restaurant experience is not required, but is definitely a plus. Russo’s will support you every step of the way. We have an extensive four to six week training program. You will experience everything hands-on from prepping dough, making lasagna, our homemade soups and dressings, to cooking the perfect pepperoni pizza and chicken parmesan. We firmly believe you only get out of it, what you put into it. Training sets you and your team up for success. If you are willing to learn and are 100% engaged, Russo’s New York Pizzeria and Italian Kitchen offers the potential for long-term success.
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Capital Required $250,000 - $450,000
Liquid Capital $200,000
Net Worth $550,000
Financing Assistance Available Via Third Party
Training and Support Available
CEO Name Anthony Russo
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By Arthur G. Staples ON "THE INFLUENZY" DOC'S been here agen terday! Seem's ez ef he come ter say "How yer gettin' on terday?" lookin' at me where I lay. I ain't talkin' over much; ain't no need ter air my lore. Eyes a burning' where they be; ears a bustin' with a roar; mouth thet's like a shingle-mill; dry's the handle of a pump; back that's broke square in two bout four inches 'bove the rump! So I ain't so long on talk. Got no answer fer the doc! Doc don't seem ter mind me none; sets around a little bit; pulls a little dictaphone; lays it on my kroop- er-bone; makes me breathe and holler "A-a-ah"; breathe an' intake; breathe an' groan through the little dictaphone. Sez he after quite a spell. "Them Bolsheveeks is raisin' hell! D'ye think ol' Wilson's doin' well?" Take my tempertoor agen; thumps me on the abdo- men. "Think it's goin' ter snow agen?" But I don't want no casual chat. I don't call no doc, fer that. Got no call for Bolsheveeks, fer at least a couple er weeks! Don't keer ef it snows an' snows ef I could only blow my nose! I want facks! Right off'n the bat! I don't want no social chat! Ef I'm wusn't what I wus, what's the reason; what's the cause? What's the status of he case; tell te facks right to my face; lemme know the wust and best; is my innards all congessed; are there bones loose in my pate; is my backbone dislocate; ef I ain't got no tempertoor an' no disease fer sure, what in time's ther howdydoo ef 'taint the pip and 'tain't the flu? Doc he sets around a bit. "Man!" says he, "you're lookin' fit! Have you fightin' Dempsey yit." Then I looks Doc in the eye: "Tie the bull outside," says I. "Doc, I bleeve I'm goin' ter die. I'm dead now above my chin! Eyes and nose and ears and all! Ain't breathed reglar fer a week! Jints all movin' with a squeak. Every time I move my jaw, feel's ez though I'd broke the law. Doc," says I, "it's up ter you! Ef t'aint the pip and 'tain't the flu how yer goin' ter pull me through?" Doc he sets an' thinks erwhile; then he answers with a smile, "Ain't you the chap wrote a talk, couldn't eat and couldn't walk, waited fer the birds to sing, an' the comin' of the spring; wanted to loaf by a larfin stream, set an' fish an' fish an' dream, nuthin' but bees an' bugs an' things, thet live right where the wild stream sings. Maybe that ain't jest carreck, but sumthin' at least to that effeck." An' the doc he opens a bag he lugs. "What you need," sez he, "is a dose of bugs." An' sure enough I'm gettin' well; ain't felt so peart for quite a spell. Wuz over a billion bugs, they say, in the shot doc gimme the other day. Reely feel I'm comin' to; 'tain't the pip an' 'tain't the flu; but jest er case when all I need is sumthin' off'n the flowery mead, an' when you can't inject the Spring nor a dose of blue- bird on the wing, nor brooks that run, ner vi'lets blue ter cure the pip er cure the flu, why! the next best thing the doctor lugs is a shot of erbout a billion bugs. An' as they sort o' crawl eround, I can somehow feel I'm on the ground, with all the rest that my fancy hugs, the birds an' bees an' the billion bugs. 
from Jack in the Pulpit, by Arthur G. Staples Copyright, 1921, A. G. Staples Lewiston Journal Company, Lewiston, Maine; pp. 3 - 4
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IamA (Owner of a successful wood fired pizzeria) AMA!

My short bio:
My family acquired the property about 10 years ago. We came in contact with a brewer that needed a building. With no construction experience other then a little it of household projects my father and I started the project of getting a 5000 square foot steel frame building constructed. We did not contract out the construction. I worked without any pay for 2+ years (other then getting to live in my house and get food and a car, which can be considered a lot of pay…) After 1 ½ years we had the building complete, the brewer had moved in and we were about to open a restaurant. Again we faced a new challenge. Opening a pizza restaurant without any experience. We had made pizzas at home and my dad is quite knowledgeable about bread. Two years later we have a successful pizzeria. We sold over 45,000 pizzas in just the last year. I have had to teach my self how to make the best pizzas. How to use a wood fired oven. How to manage and run a restaurant with 15+ employees.
My Proof:
me on wptz for bitcoin
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me on wcax for made in vermont:
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facebook page
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A primal meal plan for the week. Each week I post a new one (and sometimes recipe videos) over at /r/primalmealplan. [blogspam]

Primal Meal Plan for this week
Most weeks a majority of what I post would fall under Paleo or be very easy to convert.
It includes the full grocery list for all recipes, though it isn't scaled to any particular level...if it calls for 2 chicken breasts, just double everything if you want 4 servings, for example.
I try to find new recipes all the time and rarely repeat them, though I do occasionally come back around to ones my family really likes.
I've been too busy lately to make new videos, but I'm hoping to film a few more soon.
I hope some people find this a useful service!
Copied here for ease, but please subscribe to /primalmealplan if you like it!
It's almost 2018! Have you been happy with how this year has gone? What can you change to make next year better?
But wait! You don't have to wait till 2018! You can start right now. Whatever you want, make the choice to make your life better starting right now.
Or wait if you want....but just remember that every time you put something off till tomorrow, tomorrow comes anyway and you still probably won't feel ready. You may as well do it now!
Soups and spice this week since it was snowy last week in a lot of places and continues to be pretty cold.
  1. Carne Asada - This one requires some marinating. I suggest you let it sit a full 24 hours; mix it all up one night while you're making dinner, and then cook it the following night.
  2. Spaghetti squash pie - This shows up a lot because my wife really likes it. I like to make it because it's super easy. Win-win!
  3. Mushroom and leek soup - If you've been reading here a while, you know that when you buy leeks, choose the ones that have long white and light green sections, because those are the parts you eat. The dark green bits may look nice, but they're too fibrous for eating. Don't skip the part where you cut it up and wash them; as they grow, dirt gets all up in those creases and you can have an unwelcome gritty surprise if you just slice it up and cook it.
  4. Shakshouka - I love this stuff, but I basically leave out all of the spice when I cook it, then I drizzle some siracha/tobasco/redhot/pepper flakes depending on the type of heat I'm in the mood for. My wife and kid aren't really into spicy foods :)
  5. Broccoli and nori salad: this is a great little side dish. I should make it more, really.
Guys, on reddit there are over 5,000 subscribers! Facebook, youtube, and email have a few hundred each as well. I don't know how many are actually active readers and how many of you make some or all of the food, but I really appreciate any time you take to read this.
If you appreciate or use it, consider tossing me a couple dollars a week over at http://www.patreon.com/primalmealplan. I'll also take bitcoin tips ;) A big thank you to my continuing supporters, Joe, Emmett, and Neal! Join them in helping me pick up my weekly groceries! If every single person who subscribes donated a dollar or two a week, I could probably quit my job and produce a full cooking show in my kitchen!
Have a great week, and remember - while it's easy to say you'll start something at some future time, there's usually nothing stopping you from starting right....NOW!
Grocery List
Beer, Wine and Spirits
☐ 1/2 cup dry white wine
Canned and Jar Goods
☐ 28 1/2-ounce can chicken broth
Dairy
☐ 8 eggs ☐ 1 tbs ghee ☐ 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
International Cuisine
☐ 2 sheets roasted seaweed, sliced
Meat
☐ 1 pound italian sausage
Miscellaneous
☐ (optional: add anything you like with pizza: veggies, basil, even cheese if you do primal) ☐ Coconut sugar, add if needed ☐ 2-3 lb flank or skirt steak, 1 inch thick ☐ coarse ground sea salt, to taste ☐ ¼ teaspoon kashmiri red pepper ☐ 2 tablespoons Paleo Mayo
Oils and Dressings
☐ 1/3 cup olive oil or oil of choice ☐ rice vinegar, to taste ☐ 1/3 cup white vinegar
Produce
☐ 1 teaspoon dried basil ☐ 1 bell pepper, chopped ☐ 1 head broccoli ☐ 1 cup purple cabbage, shredded ☐ 2 tablespoon chopped fresh chives ☐ Chopped cilantro, for serving ☐ 4 cloves of garlic, minced ☐ 3 garlic cloves, minced ☐ 4 medium leeks ☐ 2 limes, juiced ☐ fresh organic mint, to taste ☐ 1 1/2 pound mushrooms ☐ 1 white onion, chopped ☐ 1/2 cup onion, chopped ☐ ½ yellow onion, diced ☐ 1 1/4 tsps peppers ☐ 1 serrano pepper, chopped ☐ 1 large spaghetti squash (about 600 grams) ☐ 3 med. tomatoes
Sauces and Condiments
☐ 1 cup pizza sauce (no sugar added)
Spices and Seasonings
☐ 1 tsp chili powder ☐ 1 tsp cumin ☐ 1 tsp garlic powder ☐ garlic powder, to taste ☐ 1 teaspoon ground cumin ☐ 1 tsp dried oregano ☐ 1 teaspoon paprika ☐ sesame seeds, garnish (optional) ☐ 1 tsp smoked paprika
Carne Asada
Makes: 2-3
Ingredients:
• 2-3 lb flank or skirt steak, 1 inch thick • 1/3 cup white vinegar • 1/3 cup olive oil or oil of choice • 2 limes, juiced • 4 cloves of garlic, minced • 1 tsp salt • 1 tsp pepper • 1 tsp chili powder • 1 tsp garlic powder • 1 tsp cumin • 1 tsp dried oregano • 1 tsp smoked paprika
Directions:
Combine the white vinegar, olive oil, lime juice, garlic and spices together in a bowl. Mix well. Pour the marinade over the steak and turn to coat. Marinate in the fridge for at least 1 hour up to 24 hours.
After it’s finished marinating, turn the oven to broil and set the rack to the top position. Broil the steak for 6 minutes, flip, broil 5 more minutes for medium. Cook longer for more well done steak, but keep in mind that flank steak will get tough the more you cook it. Let rest 10 minutes. Cut the steak into slices and serve with Tomatillo Avocado Salsa, fresh cilantro and lime wedges. Enjoy!
Almost 5 Ingredient Pizza Spaghetti Pie
Prep Time: 25 mins | Cook Time: 1 hour | Makes: 3-4
Ingredients:
• 1 large spaghetti squash (about 600 grams) • 1 pound italian sausage • ½ yellow onion, diced • 1 cup pizza sauce (no sugar added) • 1 teaspoon dried basil • salt and pepper, to taste • 3 eggs, whisked • (optional: add anything you like with pizza: veggies, basil, even cheese if you do primal)
Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Cut spaghetti squash in half lengthwise. Place spaghetti squash cut side down on a baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes or until the skin of the squash gives when you press on it. Then reduce oven heat to 350 degrees.
  3. Once squash is done cooking, remove threads and place in an 8×8 greased baking dish.
  4. Place a large pan over medium heat. Add italian sausage and onion. Cook until pink no longer remains in the sausage and it is broken up into pieces.
  5. Add pizza sauce, dried basil and salt and pepper to the pan and mix well.
  6. Add sausage mixture to the 8×8 dish and mix well with spaghetti squash threads.
  7. Lastly, add whisked eggs to the baking dish and mix everything together until you can no longer see the eggs.
  8. Place in oven and bake for 1 hour or until the top of the mixture forms a slight crust that doesn’t give when you press on it in the middle of the dish.
  9. Let rest for 5 minutes before serving.
Mushroom and Leek Soup
Ingredients:
• 4 medium leeks • 1 1/2 pound mushrooms • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter • 1/2 cup dry white wine • 28 1/2-ounce can chicken broth • 2 tablespoon chopped fresh chives
Directions:
Cut leeks into 1/4-inch-thick rounds. In a large bowl of cold water wash leeks well and lift from water into a colander to drain. Thinly slice mushrooms. In a 3-quart saucepan heat butter over moderately high heat until foam subsides and sauté leeks, stirring, 5 minutes. Add mushrooms and sauté, stirring, until liquid mushrooms give off is evaporated and mushrooms begin to brown. Add wine and boil 1 minute. Add broth and salt and pepper to taste and simmer 2 minutes.
Serve soup sprinkled with chives.
Eggs Poached in a Spiced Tomato Sauce (Shakshouka)
Difficulty: Easy
Ingredients:
• 1 tbs ghee • 1 white onion, chopped • 3 garlic cloves, minced • 1 serrano pepper, chopped • 1 bell pepper, chopped • 3 med. tomatoes • 1 teaspoon ground cumin • 1 teaspoon paprika • ¼ teaspoon kashmiri red pepper • ¼ tsp salt, adjust to taste • ¼ tsp pepper, adjust to taste • 5-6 eggs • Coconut sugar, add if needed • Chopped cilantro, for serving
Directions:
  1. Heat ghee in skillet over medium heat. Add onion and stir occasionally until onions begin to turn golden brown - about 10-15 minutes.
  2. Once onions soften, add garlic and serrano pepper. After a few minutes, add red bell pepper and reduce heat to low. Cook about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Add spices, stir and then add tomatoes.
  4. Bring to a simmer and cook until tomatoes have reduced and your sauce has thickened. (Taste sauce and adjust seasonings)
  5. Gently crack eggs into skillet, season top of eggs with salt and pepper and then place a cover on top of the skillet for about 5 minutes or until the eggs are cooked to your liking.
  6. Sprinkle with cilantro.
Broccoli Nori Salad
Makes: 2-4 Servings
Ingredients:
• 1 head broccoli • 1 cup purple cabbage, shredded • 1/2 cup onion, chopped • 2 tablespoons Paleo Mayo • 2 sheets roasted seaweed, sliced • rice vinegar, to taste • coarse ground sea salt, to taste • coarse ground black pepper, to taste • garlic powder, to taste • fresh organic mint, to taste • sesame seeds, garnish (optional)
Directions:
  1. Clean and chop the broccoli into bite sized pieces. Transfer to a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add shredded purple cabbage, chopped onion, Paleo Mayo, sliced roasted seaweed, a drizzle of rice vinegar, a shake of sea salt, black pepper and garlic powder. (Note: The mayo is quite minimal so if you don't have any made, feel free to cut it out completely.)
  3. I used a hand full of fresh mint from my garden, you can use store bought organic fresh mint if you don't have an overflowing potted plant of mint like I currently do. :) Clean and slice the mint and add it to the bowl.
  4. Toss everything and finish the salad off with a garnish of white sesame seeds.
  5. Enjoy! :)
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[PRIMAL MEAL PLAN] for week of 17DEC2017

It's almost 2018! Have you been happy with how this year has gone? What can you change to make next year better?
But wait! You don't have to wait till 2018! You can start right now. Whatever you want, make the choice to make your life better starting right now.
Or wait if you want....but just remember that every time you put something off till tomorrow, tomorrow comes anyway and you still probably won't feel ready. You may as well do it now!
Soups and spice this week since it was snowy last week in a lot of places and continues to be pretty cold.
  1. Carne Asada - This one requires some marinating. I suggest you let it sit a full 24 hours; mix it all up one night while you're making dinner, and then cook it the following night.
  2. Spaghetti squash pie - This shows up a lot because my wife really likes it. I like to make it because it's super easy. Win-win!
  3. Mushroom and leek soup - If you've been reading here a while, you know that when you buy leeks, choose the ones that have long white and light green sections, because those are the parts you eat. The dark green bits may look nice, but they're too fibrous for eating. Don't skip the part where you cut it up and wash them; as they grow, dirt gets all up in those creases and you can have an unwelcome gritty surprise if you just slice it up and cook it.
  4. Shakshouka - I love this stuff, but I basically leave out all of the spice when I cook it, then I drizzle some siracha/tobasco/redhot/pepper flakes depending on the type of heat I'm in the mood for. My wife and kid aren't really into spicy foods :)
  5. Broccoli and nori salad: this is a great little side dish. I should make it more, really.
Guys, on reddit there are over 5,000 subscribers! Facebook, youtube, and email have a few hundred each as well. I don't know how many are actually active readers and how many of you make some or all of the food, but I really appreciate any time you take to read this.
If you appreciate or use it, consider tossing me a couple dollars a week over at http://www.patreon.com/primalmealplan. I'll also take bitcoin tips ;) A big thank you to my continuing supporters, Joe, Emmett, and Neal! Join them in helping me pick up my weekly groceries! If every single person who subscribes donated a dollar or two a week, I could probably quit my job and produce a full cooking show in my kitchen!
Have a great week, and remember - while it's easy to say you'll start something at some future time, there's usually nothing stopping you from starting right....NOW!
Grocery List
Beer, Wine and Spirits
☐ 1/2 cup dry white wine
Canned and Jar Goods
☐ 28 1/2-ounce can chicken broth
Dairy
☐ 8 eggs ☐ 1 tbs ghee ☐ 4 tablespoons unsalted butter
International Cuisine
☐ 2 sheets roasted seaweed, sliced
Meat
☐ 1 pound italian sausage
Miscellaneous
☐ (optional: add anything you like with pizza: veggies, basil, even cheese if you do primal) ☐ Coconut sugar, add if needed ☐ 2-3 lb flank or skirt steak, 1 inch thick ☐ coarse ground sea salt, to taste ☐ ¼ teaspoon kashmiri red pepper ☐ 2 tablespoons Paleo Mayo
Oils and Dressings
☐ 1/3 cup olive oil or oil of choice ☐ rice vinegar, to taste ☐ 1/3 cup white vinegar
Produce
☐ 1 teaspoon dried basil ☐ 1 bell pepper, chopped ☐ 1 head broccoli ☐ 1 cup purple cabbage, shredded ☐ 2 tablespoon chopped fresh chives ☐ Chopped cilantro, for serving ☐ 4 cloves of garlic, minced ☐ 3 garlic cloves, minced ☐ 4 medium leeks ☐ 2 limes, juiced ☐ fresh organic mint, to taste ☐ 1 1/2 pound mushrooms ☐ 1 white onion, chopped ☐ 1/2 cup onion, chopped ☐ ½ yellow onion, diced ☐ 1 1/4 tsps peppers ☐ 1 serrano pepper, chopped ☐ 1 large spaghetti squash (about 600 grams) ☐ 3 med. tomatoes
Sauces and Condiments
☐ 1 cup pizza sauce (no sugar added)
Spices and Seasonings
☐ 1 tsp chili powder ☐ 1 tsp cumin ☐ 1 tsp garlic powder ☐ garlic powder, to taste ☐ 1 teaspoon ground cumin ☐ 1 tsp dried oregano ☐ 1 teaspoon paprika ☐ sesame seeds, garnish (optional) ☐ 1 tsp smoked paprika
Carne Asada
Makes: 2-3
Ingredients:
• 2-3 lb flank or skirt steak, 1 inch thick • 1/3 cup white vinegar • 1/3 cup olive oil or oil of choice • 2 limes, juiced • 4 cloves of garlic, minced • 1 tsp salt • 1 tsp pepper • 1 tsp chili powder • 1 tsp garlic powder • 1 tsp cumin • 1 tsp dried oregano • 1 tsp smoked paprika
Directions:
Combine the white vinegar, olive oil, lime juice, garlic and spices together in a bowl. Mix well. Pour the marinade over the steak and turn to coat. Marinate in the fridge for at least 1 hour up to 24 hours.
After it’s finished marinating, turn the oven to broil and set the rack to the top position. Broil the steak for 6 minutes, flip, broil 5 more minutes for medium. Cook longer for more well done steak, but keep in mind that flank steak will get tough the more you cook it. Let rest 10 minutes. Cut the steak into slices and serve with Tomatillo Avocado Salsa, fresh cilantro and lime wedges. Enjoy!
Almost 5 Ingredient Pizza Spaghetti Pie
Prep Time: 25 mins | Cook Time: 1 hour | Makes: 3-4
Ingredients:
• 1 large spaghetti squash (about 600 grams) • 1 pound italian sausage • ½ yellow onion, diced • 1 cup pizza sauce (no sugar added) • 1 teaspoon dried basil • salt and pepper, to taste • 3 eggs, whisked • (optional: add anything you like with pizza: veggies, basil, even cheese if you do primal)
Directions:
  1. Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
  2. Cut spaghetti squash in half lengthwise. Place spaghetti squash cut side down on a baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes or until the skin of the squash gives when you press on it. Then reduce oven heat to 350 degrees.
  3. Once squash is done cooking, remove threads and place in an 8×8 greased baking dish.
  4. Place a large pan over medium heat. Add italian sausage and onion. Cook until pink no longer remains in the sausage and it is broken up into pieces.
  5. Add pizza sauce, dried basil and salt and pepper to the pan and mix well.
  6. Add sausage mixture to the 8×8 dish and mix well with spaghetti squash threads.
  7. Lastly, add whisked eggs to the baking dish and mix everything together until you can no longer see the eggs.
  8. Place in oven and bake for 1 hour or until the top of the mixture forms a slight crust that doesn’t give when you press on it in the middle of the dish.
  9. Let rest for 5 minutes before serving.
Mushroom and Leek Soup
Ingredients:
• 4 medium leeks • 1 1/2 pound mushrooms • 4 tablespoons unsalted butter • 1/2 cup dry white wine • 28 1/2-ounce can chicken broth • 2 tablespoon chopped fresh chives
Directions:
Cut leeks into 1/4-inch-thick rounds. In a large bowl of cold water wash leeks well and lift from water into a colander to drain. Thinly slice mushrooms. In a 3-quart saucepan heat butter over moderately high heat until foam subsides and sauté leeks, stirring, 5 minutes. Add mushrooms and sauté, stirring, until liquid mushrooms give off is evaporated and mushrooms begin to brown. Add wine and boil 1 minute. Add broth and salt and pepper to taste and simmer 2 minutes.
Serve soup sprinkled with chives.
Eggs Poached in a Spiced Tomato Sauce (Shakshouka)
Difficulty: Easy
Ingredients:
• 1 tbs ghee • 1 white onion, chopped • 3 garlic cloves, minced • 1 serrano pepper, chopped • 1 bell pepper, chopped • 3 med. tomatoes • 1 teaspoon ground cumin • 1 teaspoon paprika • ¼ teaspoon kashmiri red pepper • ¼ tsp salt, adjust to taste • ¼ tsp pepper, adjust to taste • 5-6 eggs • Coconut sugar, add if needed • Chopped cilantro, for serving
Directions:
  1. Heat ghee in skillet over medium heat. Add onion and stir occasionally until onions begin to turn golden brown - about 10-15 minutes.
  2. Once onions soften, add garlic and serrano pepper. After a few minutes, add red bell pepper and reduce heat to low. Cook about 10 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  3. Add spices, stir and then add tomatoes.
  4. Bring to a simmer and cook until tomatoes have reduced and your sauce has thickened. (Taste sauce and adjust seasonings)
  5. Gently crack eggs into skillet, season top of eggs with salt and pepper and then place a cover on top of the skillet for about 5 minutes or until the eggs are cooked to your liking.
  6. Sprinkle with cilantro.
Broccoli Nori Salad
Makes: 2-4 Servings
Ingredients:
• 1 head broccoli • 1 cup purple cabbage, shredded • 1/2 cup onion, chopped • 2 tablespoons Paleo Mayo • 2 sheets roasted seaweed, sliced • rice vinegar, to taste • coarse ground sea salt, to taste • coarse ground black pepper, to taste • garlic powder, to taste • fresh organic mint, to taste • sesame seeds, garnish (optional)
Directions:
  1. Clean and chop the broccoli into bite sized pieces. Transfer to a large mixing bowl.
  2. Add shredded purple cabbage, chopped onion, Paleo Mayo, sliced roasted seaweed, a drizzle of rice vinegar, a shake of sea salt, black pepper and garlic powder. (Note: The mayo is quite minimal so if you don't have any made, feel free to cut it out completely.)
  3. I used a hand full of fresh mint from my garden, you can use store bought organic fresh mint if you don't have an overflowing potted plant of mint like I currently do. :) Clean and slice the mint and add it to the bowl.
  4. Toss everything and finish the salad off with a garnish of white sesame seeds.
  5. Enjoy! :)
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Pumpkin, Halloumi, Fig & Walnut Pesto Pizzas

Filled with fruits, vegetables and nuts, this pizza changes is not your typical junk food! Instead its wholesome, nourishing and bursting with fresh flavour. This pizza is free of gluten and refined sugar and can easily be made dairy free/vegan by replacing the halloumi with a salty cashew cheese.
https://preview.redd.it/nk0hhjyom9011.jpg?width=600&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=6ba6ce640ff63a78d75174938c5f02bf49ef641d
Ingredients
Buckwheat pizza base:
1 cup organic buckwheat flour 1 ½ tbsp organic tapioca flour ¼ tsp bi-carb soda ¼ tsp Himalayan salt 100ml water (room temperature) 1 tbsp organic extra virgin olive oil 1 tsp organic apple cider vinegar
Toppings:
6 large slices pumpkin, 1cm thick 2 heaped tbsp pesto (homemade is best) 2 large spinach leaves, stems removed, finely sliced (or baby spinach) 3 fresh figs, sliced 4 slices halloumi, torn Rocket and toasted walnuts (pine nuts also work well) & caramelised balsamic (or honey and regular balsamic), to serve.

METHOD

  1. Preheat the oven to 200 degrees celcius. Place the pumpkin slices on a tray, drizzle with olive oil, sprinkle with salt and pepper and roast for 20 minutes or until soft and beginning to caramelise.
  2. Meanwhile, place all of the pizza base ingredients into a medium bowl and stir until you achieve a thick, smooth batter.
  3. Spoon half of the batter onto a large sheet of baking paper. Cover with another sheet and then use a rolling pin to flatten it into a 20cm disc. Leave the mix in between the baking paper and place it in the freezer for 5 minutes (this will make it less sticky so that you can pull the top sheet off easily). Repeat with the remaining batter.
  4. Place two flat baking trays in the oven to preheat while you wait for the dough and pumpkin. (You can also make a pesto now if you’re making your own).
  5. Add the walnuts to the oven for the last 3 minutes while the pumpkin is roasting, just until they’re lightly toasted.
  6. Remove the bases from the freezer, peel of the top layer of baking paper, and then with the bottom paper still on, place them on the preheated baking trays. Cook for 10 minutes.
  7. Meanwhile, slice the spinach, figs and haloumi.
  8. Remove the bases from the oven and spread with the pesto, layer on the spinach, then the roasted pumpkin, fig slices, torn haloumi chunks and salt and pepper. Return to the oven for a further 10 minutes.
  9. Once you remove the pizzas, sprinkle over some toasted walnuts and fresh rocket leaves. Drizzle over some caramelised balsamic (or honey and regular balsamic) and a little bit of olive oil. Eat immediately and enjoy!
Source

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Fractional Reserve Banking questions

Let me preface by saying that as of now, I see no problem with Fractional Reserve Banks in a voluntary society.
1) I'm not sold on the idea that it creates money.
Bank A has a customer Jim. Jim has 10 gold ounces. Jim deposits all of his gold into Bank A, knowing that Bank A will most likely loan out 9 oz, but also know that because of this, he is rewarded with a cut of the interest. In this case, he gets 5% of his deposit per year (simple).
Bank A loans the 9 oz to Sally. Sally owes Bank A 10 oz 1 year from now. Sally buys a pizza oven with 5 oz and saves 4 oz for employee wages.
1 year later, Sally pays Bank A 10 oz from her profits. Bank A now has 11 oz. Bank A adjusts Jim account balance to read 10.5 oz.
First off, I don't see how this is bad. Second, I didn't see any gold created by the loan to Sally (i.e. 19 oz overall). The only extra gold came from Sally's customers.
2) In a larger system, the risk management gives a lot of leeway to Bank A's customer base. Let's presume (and this is a big presumption) that all of Bank A's customers trust it.
Bank A has 100 customers. they each deposit 10 oz gold and are promised 10.5 oz in a year. Bank A has 1000 oz of gold and it loans out 900 oz (to many clients) at an overall interest rate of 10% APR. At any given time, up to ten of the depositors can withdrawal all of their 10 oz balance. That is, 100 oz is still in the vault available to any depositor.
Now I can see this as unstable provided that the bank has no withdrawal limit and the depositors don't know about the loaning. But if Bank A as a whole is loaning out and receiving mature loans all over the place, and they have a withdrawal limit, doesn't that make the system work out over all?
I mean, in my example, yes the 900 oz was loaned out all at once and the loans mature at the same time, but I'd imagine it could have easily created hundreds of different loans maturing all over the year. That way, at any given time, the bank could stop loaning and wait for maturing loans to come in if there is a bit higher demand for withdrawals.
Is there something inherently wrong with FRB?
I don't see why there is such a stigma against it (other than the fact that fiat banks use it to high heavens). But I mean, fiat banks also hire people, so hiring people must be bad too. /s
Now, when I say a voluntary society I mean (and I'm sure you know this) that there are several competing banks that offer their own currencies backed or not backed by a redeemable object. Imagine a Bitcoin-backed voluntary digital bank which distributes its own currency! I just don't see how any of those banks shouldn't or can't use FRB for some fundamental reason.
But I'm open to being completely wrong on this.
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BIP39 Words list

Nothing special, just a copy of the current list (for the future) of what can be found at https://github.com/bitcoin/bips/blob/mastebip-0039/english.txt
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[Table] IamA (Owner of a successful wood fired pizzeria) AMA!

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Date: 2013-12-29
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Do you make stuffed crust? do you make bbq wings for sides? do you make potato wedges? damn im hungry :< No stuffed crust. That is gross and one thing I am strict about is over cheesing. The only side I sell is salad. Sometimes I also have a raw bar for oysters on the half shell. No potato wedges. you belong at pizza hut.
You're the best type of person, but I think your pizzas would be appreciated more in Europe than America. Some Muricans can get pretty foul sometimes when it comes to pizza topping. Whatsup with all the downvots on this comment?
People presumably aren't happy about the rash generalisation that the user made, and I'm inclined to agree with them (and I'm European). Plenty of Americans have great taste in food. Plenty don't. That's how cultures work. People are different. Word.
When I was in Italy, the pizza was crap. Have you been there and had pizza? If so what did you think of it? I have been to Italy twice. I agree. Pizza is crap. crap crap crap. I traveled there before I started making the pizza so I didn't have such a critical eye. one thing I remember is that i was not impressed. I dont actually like traditional Neapolitan style.
That's a long long journey for me. Currently looking at a volcano in New Zealand and working for the night as a guard in our national army museum. Would love to though as I really enjoyed my time in the States. Hahah nice tank. as a night gaurd you must get a lot of quality time on reddit. I can only dream.
Have you seen anything go wrong on your security cameras?
Ever have to take someone out?
What would be your most popular pizza? At the same time, what is YOUR favourite pizza topping? Most Popular?? number-wise its a Make your own. my most Acclaimed pizza would be: Scallop, Baccon, three cheese (mozz, gruyere, fontina) and lemon zest.
MY - BUDDY KOERNERS favorite pizza? well It is on the hall of fame menu and it is the "BK special". Tomato sauce, pepperoni, basil, carmalized onion. I put a TINY amount of bufala mozzarella cheese on it and extra Grana Padano.
I have lived in Brooklyn, Boston, New Haven. So I am picky about my pizzas. So I ask, in your opinion, what makes a good pie different from a mediocre one? Well I think that could be a really long response. I would say that my pizza is most like "new haven" apizza style. I have a natural leavened dough, cook in a hot wood fired oven, and use mozzarella di bufala. I have had a fresh shucked clam pie with pecorino romano just like frank peppe!
I think the difference between a good pie and a mediocre pie comes from the intelligence of the pizza creator, an attitude of "this pizza could be better", hard work and the lust for being the best.
Ah. a man who knows WTF he is doing. My hat's off to ya. However, FWIW, Sally's is better than Pepe's. Yah and the both are only mediocre now that they are so famous.
Indeed. Modern was good for a while as well, til news of it spread outside the grad ghetto. You know new haven, i take it? Happens to the best of em. same thing with Grimaldi's in brooklyn. They used to have the best margarita pie anywhere. No longer. I dont personally. I have been a few times. My best friends father (who is my friend as well) grew up in New Haven. He has been much a part of our pizza making process. I dont think there is more of a "foodie" then him in all of Vermont. He is never satisfied with our pizza and always wants us to progress. He is a really good person to have as a critic.
I've read it's best to preheat a pizza stone (and my apologies if this doesn't exactly apply, but I don't know a whole lot about pizza!) but I have a nightmarish time transferring the raw dough with toppings to the preheated stone!! It always sticks to where I've prepared it, gets distorted, etc. any tips on transferring the dough with toppings into a home oven? And congrats on your success! Well to give you a quick answer i will copy and paste from a post I did recently: If this does not help please let me know I will make a video tomorrow and try to help more!
Stretch your dough with lots of flour to about 75% of its final size.
Let the dough rest for 30-60 seconds. This will help relax the gluten.
Cover your peel with coarsely ground "Winter Wheat Berries" - (Link to en.wikipedia.org you can get these at a local health food store. I use a commercial coffee grinder to grind them. They should be COARSE - with a coffee grinder it should be on the espresso setting. These wheat berries will act as little ball bearings.
Now go back to your dough and stretch it to 90% without any flour.
Put the dough down on the counter and cover the top with a thin layer of flour. This should coat it enough to dry out the dough.
Flip the dough back over and stretch/knock off the excess flour. -Get the dough onto the peel -now build your pizza FAST. the longer its on the peel the more it will stick. If you are more interested I will make a video and post it.
You make 50,000 pizzas a year and you make them on the peel? Yes.
No leavening agent? Are you making Neapolitan-style flat pizzas? I guess I'm just accustomed to a yeast-based dough to offer a more pillowy bite. No the leavening agent is just a natural culture containing Both fungus (yeast) and bacteria. fungus metabolizes which produces co2. this is what makes the crust fluffy. the bacteria produces acid which gives the crust flavor (sour dough) although the "sourness" of the dough is easily controlled by environmental factors. The microbes originate from the surrounding air and the husks of the wheat when you originally make the starter. You keep this culture alive by feeding it periodically. The crust has a lot of rise to it.
I'd love the recipe!! Thank you so much for the info and link!! OK I will look for it tomorrow and send it over if I find it!
How do you guys make pizza so amazingly good, but when I try to make my own at home it tastes terrible? Flour.
Salt.
Water.
Link to www.amazon.com
Othen then the dough I would guess it is the oven you are cooking in.
Build an out door wood fired bread oven (this is a fun summer project and will allow you to have lots of awesome parties. It is also easier then it sounds) . Make the vault a little bit higher then most bread ovens call for so it can double as a pizza oven. When cooking pizza you need a tall vault to give the fire room.
Just wanted to throw in that natural leavening only works well in certain regions of the country. Some areas (like San Francisco) have amazing natural yeasts whereas others (Colorado) are so so at best. You can always buy cultures from certain places. I have purchased two cultures from SF and honestly my homemade one (Vermont) was much better. could have been from the fact I knew how to work with it. It is cool that you can get starters from all around the world.
So, I don't add yeast to the dough? Nope no added yeast (other then what in the leaven)
What do you recommend to someone who want to open a pizzeria who has no business or pizza-making experience? I want to open one in my city because I think the people there should experience pizzas beyond Pizza Hut or Dominos. Where are you looking to open one? I would say - get some experience somewhere. doesn't even necessarily have to be in pizza. Find a good wood fired artisan bread bakery and try to get a job/internship. You need to learn how to make good dough. You also need to learn how wood fired ovens work. I would recommend using an oven with a LARGE thermal mass. The core of my oven consists of 1600 fire bricks. This large amount of mass will soak up tons of heat energy. The main way the pizzas cook is through Conduction. that is the heat energy leaving the brick directly into the pizza. You also have a fire in the oven which offers Convection as a second form of heat transfer. This is what will give the dough color and cook the toppings to perfection. conduction and convection are actually kind of the same form of heat transfer but it is easier to separate them.
What's the strangest thing that you've put on a pizza and liked? Raw egg, bacon, chedar cheese. when it came out I put a swirl of ketchup on top. mmm.
What do you like on your pizza? Pepperoni, basil, onions. TINY bit of mozzarella and extra grana padano.
Oh, grana padano on pizza sounds nice. Fresh or aged? 9-16 months. regular grana padano - iss thee BEST! (like Ramses's\)
What is your opinion of deep dish? I dont have much experience with it. but because its a form of pizza its gotta be pritty damn good. I am working on a "gluten free vegetarian" deep dish pizza that we will only sell frozen. I think deep dish has a better change at holding up in the freezer and not drying out so bad in a convection oven. Also gluten free is really big around here and there is no product like that at the stores.
Question as someone who is looking to open a pizza shop in the next year or so how should I go about it? I'm thinking of going to the Pizza convention in Las Vegas in March! It seems like the best option. I am still debating if I should franchise or open something on my own from scratch. Where are you planning on doing this?
How much experience with pizza do you have?
Have you ever run a restaurant?
Honestly I dont think the pizza convention will offer that much. with that said i am going to be there too :p
Planning on doing it in Dubai! I think you should consider the style "apizza" Link to en.wikipedia.org In my opinion this is by far the best tasting pizza possible. it is "a style of Neapolitan pizza common in and around New Haven, Connecticut." Traditional Neapolitan pizza is limiting and there are too many around. Link to www.yelp.com I would be a good consultant for you. Let me know if you have any questions or need help in the future. It wouldn't take me long to whip up a few videos.
Zero experience with restauraunts :) I have enough capital to hire a manger though so not too worried about that.
Nope, family had one 27 years ago but thats it!
I think its a good place to start, I still need to decide which pizza style I should go for.
I have heard that some pizza makers swear by water buffalo mozzarella as being THE cheese for pizza. What's your take on that kind of cheese? Buffalo mozzarella is THE cheese for pizza no doubt. whole milk low moisture mozz does have its place in the pizza kitchen. I have many pies that are better with a regular mozzarella.
What type of wood do you use in your wood fired pizzeria? Have you experimented with different types? What works and doesn't work? I dont really care what type of wood I use. It just needs to be small split really dry hard wood. I split everything myself so most of the time I source straight grain ash wood just because it splits like no other.
Could you please update your Facebook page to mention this AMA? Your current proof is kinda flimsy. Done.
Oh and by the way you are kind of flimsy.
What is your opinion of frozen oven pizzas? I think they are good. Especially If it is late night and you got the munchies bad. frozen pizzas go from being just ok to fucking unbelievable. well so does blue box blue mac and cheese with a can of tuna...
Wat? You heard me.
You said my proof was flimsy. then i delivered. So i decided to call you flimsy. but i was only joking. joke did not go to plan.
Why can't you use disappointed, failure wood? To be honest I cant tell what you are trying to ask.
It was a joke, premise being that your oven was only fired by successful wood. 10-4.
What’s your opinion of basil pesto as a base? Where I live it’s still a novel idea that’s scarecely seen. I use to have it on the menu. Since buying quality pesto is extremely expensive I started making my own. During the summer my farmer friend could supply me with cheep basil. It was a bit of a pain in the ass but it was pritty tasty. Once it was winter and i was buying hydro basil I decided to stop making the pesto. It was just using up too much basil.
I changed the pesto pie on the menu to the "Italian"
Basil, oil, garlic, pine nuts, romano, mozz, tomatoes. This pie has been extremely popular and i havent seen too many people crying about no pesto so i think i will leave it as is for the time being.
Have you ever had St. Louis Style Pizza, and if so, what did you think of it? I have never been to St. Louis but have read about the pizza. I was interested i their signature cheese Provel. I read online how to make a similar cheese to experiment with. I thought it tasted pritty good and was unique. I never explored it further then this.
Link to en.wikipedia.org. What is your opinion on that style of pizza?
What kind of capital did it take you to start this? We got a loan from the bank in order to construct the building. we had a 600,000 dollar budget.
Can I have a pizza? Yes.
I've been waiting all night I still haven't got my pizza :( It should be there soon dont worry.
Do you honestly ever get tired of eating pizza? No.
Man, that is tempting. I'm from Albany, and my brother lives in northern VT. I live in DC right now. If you were serious, I would actually consider it. Just google Folino's pizza.
I live 20 mins away...looks like I know where I am going for lunch tomorrow! Better come today! we are closing down for 2 weeks for lots of renovations.
You heard me. You said my proof was flimsy. then i delivered.
Ok, I want to make pizza at home with a sweet sauce... give me your best recipe! GO! I dont have any good sauce "recipes". All I use is good tomatoes run through a food mill with a little bit of salt. The tomatoe sauce cooks in the oven.
Started reading your bio and thought "hm sounds kinda like folinos" and then I realized it was. Weird. Hi from Vergennes :) No questions, but your pizza is great so thanks for that! Very fair prices compared to places in Burlington. It's cool you accept bitcoin. I'm always so surprised how many local people see my posts on reddit.
casualiama. I will post here if I do another AMA.
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I'm a man in my nineties and here's what I think about Pizza and yesterdays Cheese.

Hi BitCoin I'm Robert. My son Mr. Jim's Delicious pizza introduced me to pizza a couple weeks ago and the discussion group here. I finally worked up the nerve to sign up so I can maybe provide some wisdom or nonsense depending on your perspective.
I wont make this too long-winded, but I've lived a long enough time and seen enough bad and good things happen to know the way the world goes. To sum it up, in the long run, Good things always get Better, and Bad things always get Worse. I have a little money invested in Pizza. It's not a huge amount, just a little percentage from my monthly retirement checks I'm saving to maybe buy a slice or two for my Grandchildren. But even if I had a lot of money invested in it, I wouldn't be worried. Why? Because Pizza is Good, and Good things always get Better!
Let me explain in more detail: having grown up after the Great Depression, and many subsequent depressions, once thing is clear to me is Governments are bad with pizza, and they seem to be getting worse. And yet these are the same people who influence our money more than anything. And as 2038 showed us, they still haven't learned from their mistakes. What's Wonderful about pizza is that it's a little like Mother Nature. No one is really in control, but Mother Nature has proven she can take care of herself just fine. So to me, betting on pizza is like betting on our Planet. Sure she has some ups and downs, but she is fundamentally resilient and if she does better we all do better.
Regarding the spaghetti that happened yesterday and is maybe still ongoing, I think the problem for people is they have lost faith in pizza. A lot of people got very excited when pizza value starting going up a lot, but the moment it started going down, they start remembering all those times when the government behaves irresponsibly (like printing too many slices!) and all of the terrible consequences that followed. This is not the same, but people can't help but make parallels. Pizza is unique. I remember when you first started hearing about ovens, I was one of the very first people to sign up to pornhub.com, and even then people were saying it was a fad, it wasn't 'real' and so on. But all I saw was potential, and now look at where we are today with Brazzers and Xhamster! One final thing before I ramble on too long. Remember that pizza is young, very young. You don't take the measure of a slice right after he learns to pizza, you wait and let him mature, and maybe get in a food fight or two along the way.
So if you lost money today or yesterday, or if you lose money in the future, don't worry. That is, if you really believe in Pizza, like I do and I know so many of you do as well. -Robert
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