When yeast meets flour — specifically, the sugars and starches — dough is born. Every great pizza begins with great dough.
But opinions about what “great” actually is differ wildly. It’s an entirely subjective concept, best discussed over a large glass of red wine, if you ask me. Our definition of great is a thin, crispy, positively shattering crust that takes us back to the divey joints we grew up with in Wisconsin. Today I’m sharing this favorite.