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Pizza Dough in Nashville

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I've bought it at Publix and a thread on Yelp says you can buy it by the ball at Pizza Perfect. Are there other sources you'd recommend? Pizza making story tangents (especially grilling) are encouraged. I grilled my first pie Friday on a Weber kettle. I did it over direct heat and ended up putting foil under it or the bottom would have burned to a crisp. Next time indirect heat.

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  1. I have been told that Trader Joe's sells a good pizza dough.

    I was also at Lazzaroli Pasta in Germantown last week (if you haven't been you must give them a visit) and noticed they sell it there as well, along with their delicious homemade fresh pastas, sauces and other delicious Italian foodie items. Good luck! http://www.lazzaroli.com/

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    1. re: jcr05

      ...also just read on the Scene's Bites blog that Mafiaoza's sells their dough to go next door at Corrieri's....http://blogs.nashvillescene.com/bites...

      1. re: jcr05

        I was also going to mention Lazzaroli and Corrieri's. I don't know if they make pizza/sell dough, but it would also be worth checking at Savarino's. Basically, it's worth asking at any place that makes pizza you like -- in addition to Pizza Perfect, maybe DaVinci's, etc. Also, Whole Foods.

      2. Many thanks folks.

        1. I like Trader Joe's dough - they have a basic, an herb and a nice wheat. I also like to grill it - oil the grill and the dough well and you can get away with a bit more direct heat. It puffs up fast...