Port Angeles Artisan Outdoor Wood-fired Pizza

PoFokes Peasant Pizza

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Pofokes Pizza (pofokes.com) is a small-batch Port Angeles Street Food vendor, located in the Pofokes shed on the south side of Port Angeles Business Central.

Port Angeles Business Central is on the southwest corner of Front Street and Race Street (across the street from Jack in the Box.

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The Pofokes Pizza menu includes the traditional standard Italian pies as well as some of my own creations that are sure to make your tongue slap your brain!

Pizza Dough Prepared Fresh Daily

I use the Italian Neapolitan Pizza standard 00 flour with a 70% hydration that results in that strong, thin inside crust with the nice, charred and puffy edges that can only be achieved by pizzas prepared and baked in a traditional, wood-fired pizza oven.

Pizzas take 60 - 90 seconds to bake.

Daily Standards and Daily Special

Currently, I bake these daily: the Napoletana Marinara, Napoletana Margherita, a Pepperoni and an Italian Sausage.  Each day, I also bake one of my own specialty pizzas.  Custom orders are also available for an additional fee.

The Historie of Pizza

Pizza was a "po fokes" food.

Pizza is now a type of bread and tomato dish, often served with cheese. However, until the late ninettenth or early twentieth century, the dish was sweet, not savory, and earlier versions which were savory more resembled the flat breads now known as schiacciata.

Pellegrino Artusi's classic early twentieth century cookbook, La Scienza in Cucina E L'arte Di Mangiar Bene gives three recipes for pizza, all of which are sweet ... Source: Wikipedia

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Pizza Napoletana: Marinara, Margherita & Margherita Extra

Pizza Napoletana Marinara

  • 12" pizza dough
  • marinara sauce
  • pinch of sea salt
  • pinch of oregono
  • fresh, chopped garlic
  • extra virgin olive oil

 

Pizza Napoletana Margherita

  • 12" pizza dough
  • marinara sauce
  • pinch of sea salt
  • fresh mozzarella
  • fresh basil leaves
  • extra virgin olive oil 
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