Pour yourself a mug of wine. Don’t be silly by taking a fancy glass. Pour it in a mug. Have a sip of wine.
Add the sugar to the lukewarm water and then crumble the fresh yeast into the water as well. Give it a good stir and make sure all the yeast is dissolved. Now let it rest for 5 minutes.
Pour 200 gram of flour in a bowl and add the glass of yeast water. Then, mix it all together and knead it all into a ball. Next sprinkle some flour onto the kitchen counter or table. Knead the ball of dough for another 5 minutes firmly on the table and when it becomes too sticky, add A LITTLE flour.
Now, let the dough rise for 15 minutes at room temperature. Let it grow! Have a good sip of wine in the meanwhile.
Flatten the dough out a little and then start rolling it into a circle or square. This depends on your tray or dish you will put your pizza on. Make it really thin! Don’t bother about those bready pizzas. Make a proper one or leave.
If you have dough left after making a thin sheet, put it in cellowrap and put it in the fridge for tomorrow.
Apply plenty flour to your baking tray or dish. Next, drape the dough over it. Then cut off the excess and add that to the rest you may have already wrapped in the cellowrap.
Have a sip of wine. Add tomato sauce and spread it out with a spoon. Make sure you cover the dough plentifully. Next, add the italian herbs at an amount you feel comfortable with. Add some salt on top of it all.
Chop up the onion and garlic to small bits and sprinkle it evenly over the tomato layer.
Slice the mushrooms in thin-ish slices. If you want thicc slices, go for it, baby. Next spread them evenly over the tomato sauce and don’t show the audience that you have a light form of OCD. OCD OCD OCD OCD.
Next, add slices of salami to the layer. I have cut it in stripes, because I felt like it. Also, it creates less of a lava slide later on when you bite into a huge slice.
Slide the pizza in the oven and set the timer for 20 minutes. When the 20 minutes are over, check on the pizza. It usually can take another 5 minutes.
Totally by accident, but it just happens to look nice all together. Please, don’t be a dick and use this pic without letting me know. I don’t care for money, but I would like to know what it is used for. Thanks. (it’s kinda blurry anyway)
The control knob of this Philips BD563A broke because the previous owner didn’t notice or care that the knob was turning heavily and so after a while it broke out.
Since it is basically impossible to get the right colour AND type of knob, one has to come up with something. Printing a new button is not an option, since I do not own a printer and part of the knob is in plain view.
So I fabricated a sliding axle and have affixed part one of the control mechanism onto it. No glue, just a precise cut and some thinking it over many times.