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This recipe for spinach-and-cheese pizza is courtesy of chef Jim Lahey from the new restaurant, Co.

Source: The Martha Stewart Show, February Winter 2009
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  • Teri98499
    27 SEP, 2010
    This is my absolute favorite (and my 5 yr old daughter's) pizza recipe. I recommend watching the video...its very helpful to see how he handles the dough and his comments on not adding too much spinach, cheese etc...
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  • tluvgolf
    13 MAR, 2009
    littlebeemama, maybe use a little more sprinkling of flour while kneading it.
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  • sinisi2styl
    9 MAR, 2009
    love this recipe. I kept dough overnight in refrig, My stone was too small so I used a cast iron skillet. I found dough very forgiving if handled gently.
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  • sinisi2styl
    9 MAR, 2009
    Loved this recipe. Dough was perfect and my stone was too small so I used a large cast Iron fry pan.I made dough the day before and left in frig..I found the dough very forgiving if you are gentle.
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  • littlebeemama
    9 MAR, 2009
    I have tried this recipe twice and CLOSELY watched the video again. It was so sticky I couldn't work with it. Any ideas?
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  • littlebeemama
    7 MAR, 2009
    I am not sure where I went wrong but my dough never made it to the oven. Just a glob. Is something missing? Where is the sugar?
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  • judysch
    7 MAR, 2009
    One more thing - to freeze, at what point? After mixing, first rise?
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  • judysch
    7 MAR, 2009
    My dough was a little tough. I used Rapid Rise yeast and AP flour. If I recall there was discussion about 00 flour. I'll try again - any suggestions?
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  • dhwsmith
    3 MAR, 2009
    A great pizza stone is a soapstone griddle (available online). It's great for pizza and shellfish and pancakes and on and on. It 's more versatile than any tile because it can be used ON the stove or on a grill as well as in the oven. And it's practically non-stick. I store mine in the oven because it helps to regulate the temperature.
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  • parka
    1 MAR, 2009
    Wow , this is the best pizza crust Ive made and Ive been looking for one just like this light airy crispy the best. I found it a little tricky getting it on the stone but once there it wasnt a problem getting off. I couldnt believe how good this was better than any pizza out. Thank you sooooo much .
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