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    Pandora Guest

    Default Pizza with Cherry Tomatoes

    A typical pugliese pizza.
    recipe and pics on
    http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    HAPPY EASTER
    Pandora

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    pavane Guest

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    Pandora wrote:
    > A typical pugliese pizza.
    > recipe and pics on
    > http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > HAPPY EASTER
    > Pandora


    And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    looking pie. But you use the term "yeast bread
    angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    that I have never seen. Has it any special
    significance?

    pavane



  3. #3
    George Guest

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    On 4/8/2012 10:52 AM, pavane wrote:
    > Pandora wrote:
    >> A typical pugliese pizza.
    >> recipe and pics on
    >> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >> HAPPY EASTER
    >> Pandora

    >
    > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > looking pie. But you use the term "yeast bread
    > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > that I have never seen. Has it any special
    > significance?
    >
    > pavane
    >
    >

    Its an Italian company "Paneangeli", which would translate to "bread
    angel" So the yeast they sell would be "yeast bread angel" if sent
    through a translator.

    http://www.paneangeli.it/

    I found at least one version of the yeast:

    http://www.amazon.com/Paneangeli-Lie.../dp/B004BV345C

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    The Cook Guest

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    On Sat, 7 Apr 2012 23:37:12 -0700 (PDT), Pandora <[email protected]>
    wrote:

    >A typical pugliese pizza.
    >recipe and pics on
    >http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >HAPPY EASTER
    >Pandora


    The pan size in US measurements should be about 12.6 inches.
    --
    Susan N.

    "Moral indignation is in most cases two percent moral,
    48 percent indignation, and 50 percent envy."
    Vittorio De Sica, Italian movie director (1901-1974)

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    notbob Guest

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    On 2012-04-08, pavane <[email protected]> wrote:
    > Pandora wrote:
    >> A typical pugliese pizza.
    >> recipe and pics on
    >> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >> HAPPY EASTER


    I like using cherry tomatoes, Pandora, or even grape tomatoes, either
    having way more flavor than regular. I wonder, can you easily pick
    off the skin of these tomatoes after baking. Otherwise I would peel
    them before halving.


    > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > looking pie. But you use the term "yeast bread
    > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > that I have never seen. Has it any special
    > significance?


    Good question, pavane.

    nb


    --
    vi --the heart of evil!

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    notbob Guest

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    On 2012-04-08, pavane <[email protected]> wrote:

    > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > looking pie. But you use the term "yeast bread
    > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > that I have never seen. Has it any special
    > significance?


    Googling around, I found this:

    http://en.angelyeast.com/products/Fo...akerYeast.html

    Looks like a brand name used genericly, an "angel" being a type/brand
    of yeast, "½ sachet (3.5 gr.) " being the amt/pkg.

    nb

    --
    vi --the heart of evil!

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    Brooklyn1 Guest

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    Pandora wrote:
    >
    >A typical pugliese pizza.
    >recipe and pics on
    >http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >HAPPY EASTER


    Ahahahahaha. . . . my frozen pizza looks much better, that
    presentation with tomato halves all lined up like little gay soldiers
    looks so juvenile, like a five year old arranged it. You must have
    attended the same garnishing school where the sqwetz learned to
    arrange potato casseroles. Ahahahahahahahaha. . . .

    Happy Easter to you too.

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    Don Martinich Guest

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    In article
    <[email protected]>,
    Pandora <[email protected]> wrote:

    > A typical pugliese pizza.
    > recipe and pics on
    > http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > HAPPY EASTER
    > Pandora


    Did your family ever roast capretto for Easter dinner?

    D.M.

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    pavane Guest

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    Brooklyn1 wrote:
    > Pandora wrote:
    >>
    >> A typical pugliese pizza.
    >> recipe and pics on
    >> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >> HAPPY EASTER

    >
    > Ahahahahaha. . . . my frozen pizza looks much better, that
    > presentation with tomato halves all lined up like little gay soldiers
    > looks so juvenile, like a five year old arranged it. You must have
    > attended the same garnishing school where the sqwetz learned to
    > arrange potato casseroles. Ahahahahahahahaha. . . .
    >
    > Happy Easter to you too.


    Poor little homophobic lad, worring about tomato halves, no
    less. Shelwich, I hope you are not attacked by half-tomatoes
    in your dreams tonight.

    Otherwise, thanks for the answers on the yeast bread angels,
    that adds a wonderful cultural touch to a very pleasing recipe
    and photo. I had a great Easter, hope all of you did also.

    pavane



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    Pandora Guest

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    On 8 Apr, 16:52, "pavane" <pav...@leisure.org> wrote:
    > Pandora wrote:
    > > A typical pugliese pizza.
    > > recipe and pics on
    > >http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > > HAPPY EASTER
    > > Pandora

    >
    > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > looking pie. *But you use the term "yeast bread
    > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > that I have never seen. *Has it any special
    > significance?
    >
    > pavane


    Thank you to you! No, it is only the name of the brand "Pane Angeli".
    I think that someone had found it in Usa....
    Cheers
    Pandora

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    Pandora Guest

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    On 8 Apr, 17:01, George <geo...@nospam.invalid> wrote:
    > On 4/8/2012 10:52 AM, pavane wrote:
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > > Pandora wrote:
    > >> A typical pugliese pizza.
    > >> recipe and pics on
    > >>http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > >> HAPPY EASTER
    > >> Pandora

    >
    > > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > > looking pie. *But you use the term "yeast bread
    > > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > > that I have never seen. *Has it any special
    > > significance?

    >
    > > pavane

    >
    > Its an Italian company "Paneangeli", which would translate to "bread
    > angel" So the yeast they sell would be "yeast bread angel" if sent
    > through a translator.
    >
    > http://www.paneangeli.it/
    >
    > I found at least one version of the yeast:
    >
    > http://www.amazon.com/Paneangeli-Lie...packets/dp/B00...


    Yeahhhh! Thank you for explanation.

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    Pandora Guest

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    On 8 Apr, 17:31, notbob <not...@nothome.com> wrote:
    > On 2012-04-08, pavane <pav...@leisure.org> wrote:
    >
    > > Pandora wrote:
    > >> A typical pugliese pizza.
    > >> recipe and pics on
    > >>http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > >> HAPPY EASTER

    >
    > I like using cherry tomatoes, Pandora, or even grape tomatoes, either
    > having way more flavor than regular. *I wonder, can you easily pick
    > off the skin of these tomatoes after baking. *Otherwise I would peel
    > them before halving.
    >
    > > And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    > > looking pie. *But you use the term "yeast bread
    > > angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    > > that I have never seen. *Has it any special
    > > significance?

    >
    > Good question, pavane.
    >
    > nb
    >
    > --
    > vi --the heart of evil!


    The skin of this cherry tomatoes is so light that I don't need to cut
    it. After baked, BTW, it's simple to peel..
    Cheers
    Pandora
    Ps. For yeast, you can use the pizza yeast you use for pizza or bread.

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    Pandora Guest

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    On 9 Apr, 03:06, Don Martinich <dmartin...@att.net> wrote:
    > In article
    > <a8a2b15e-227c-4cf7-b065-f30a0eaf4...@j15g2000vbt.googlegroups.com>,
    >
    > *Pandora <pan...@hotmail.it> wrote:
    > > A typical pugliese pizza.
    > > recipe and pics on
    > >http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > > HAPPY EASTER
    > > Pandora

    >
    > Did your family ever roast capretto for Easter dinner?
    >
    > D.M.


    Yes! My southern parents did
    cheers
    Pandora

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    Pandora Guest

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    On 9 Apr, 04:19, "pavane" <pav...@leisure.org> wrote:
    > Brooklyn1 ha scritto:
    > > Pandora ha scritto:

    >
    > >> Una pizza tipica pugliese.
    > >> Ricetta e foto su
    > >>http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/

    > BUONA PASQUA >>
    >
    > > Ahahahahaha. . . . la mia pizza surgelata sembra molto meglio, che

    > Presentazione> con pomodoro dimezza tutti in fila come piccoli soldati gay
    > > Sembra così giovanile, come un bambino di cinque anni disposti esso. È necessario disporre di
    > > Frequentato la stessa scuola dove la guarnizione sqwetz imparato a
    > > Organizzare stufati di patate. Ahahahahahahahaha. . . .

    >
    > > Buona Pasqua anche a te.

    >
    > Povero ragazzino omofobo, worring circa metà pomodoro, no
    > meno. Shelwich, spero che non sono attaccati da mezze pomodori
    > nei tuoi sogni stanotte.
    >
    > Altrimenti, grazie per le risposte sugli angeli il pane dei lieviti,
    > che aggiunge un tocco meraviglioso culturale per una ricetta molto piacevole
    > e foto. Ho avuto un grande Pasqua, speriamo tutti che avete fatto anche.
    >
    > Pavane


    thank you and good Angel day. Here we use to make pic-nic with salted
    cakes and grilled meat and sausages. Bruschette, salads, etc....
    cheers
    Pandora

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    Pandora Guest

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    On 8 Apr, 19:59, Brooklyn1 <Gravesend1> wrote:
    > Pandora wrote:
    >
    > >A typical pugliese pizza.
    > >recipe and pics on
    > >http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    > >HAPPY EASTER

    >
    > Ahahahahaha. . . . my frozen pizza looks much better, that
    > presentation with tomato halves all lined up like little gay soldiers
    > looks so juvenile, like a five year old arranged it. *You must have
    > attended the same garnishing school where the sqwetz learned to
    > arrange potato casseroles. *Ahahahahahahahaha. . . .
    >
    > Happy Easter to you too.


    Happy frozen pizza day Brooklin!

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    Cheryl Guest

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    On 4/8/2012 11:01 AM, George wrote:
    > On 4/8/2012 10:52 AM, pavane wrote:
    >> Pandora wrote:
    >>> A typical pugliese pizza.
    >>> recipe and pics on
    >>> http://pandorascooking.blogspot.com/
    >>> HAPPY EASTER
    >>> Pandora

    >>
    >> And the same to you, thanks, that is a great
    >> looking pie. But you use the term "yeast bread
    >> angels," which is obviously yeast but is a description
    >> that I have never seen. Has it any special
    >> significance?
    >>
    >> pavane
    >>
    >>

    > Its an Italian company "Paneangeli", which would translate to "bread
    > angel" So the yeast they sell would be "yeast bread angel" if sent
    > through a translator.
    >
    > http://www.paneangeli.it/
    >
    > I found at least one version of the yeast:
    >
    > http://www.amazon.com/Paneangeli-Lie.../dp/B004BV345C
    >


    I wondered too because I recently made some biscuits from this recipe
    and I wondered about the word Angel in the name.

    http://allrecipes.com/recipe/angel-yeast-biscuits/


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