Homestead Pizza Pie! I love pizza, and I love my pizza. Like most people I've got my favorites and here's one of mine. Pizza Dough Yield: 1 large rectangular or 2 medium round pies 4 cups flour ½ teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon sugar 2 tablespoons dry yeast 2¼ cups warm water (120°) Mix half of the flour with the salt, sugar, and yeast. Pour warm water over flour mixture and stir until blended. Add the rest of the flour and mix until you have a soft dough. Add additional flour if necessary. Turn out onto well-floured surface and knead until nearly smootha few minutes. Your dough will be a little tacky. Place your dough in a greased bowl and let rise 1-1½ hours Punch down and allow to rise again for 45 minutes. Punch down and divide in halves. Spread dough onto greased pizza pans. Cook at 475° for approximately 15 minutes (Remember, dark pans brown quicker than light pans.) If your dough is hard to handle just grease your hands a little. Press your dough to edges and use index finger to form crust edges, pressing deeply into sides of pan. Top with desired toppings and place in pre-heated oven at 475° for about 15 minutes. Check bottom of crustit should be nicely browned and crisp. Homestead Pizza Pie! Let's make the dough. You'll need flour, salt, sugar, yeast and a mixing bowl. Put the dry ingredients and half the flour into your bowl. And mix them up. Heat your water to 120° Pour the water into your mixing bowl with the salt, sugar, yeast and half of your flour. Completely mix in the balance of your flour. Flop it on your counter and knead. A nice lump set to rise in my greased bowl. Punch it down after the first rise. What's around the homestead? Red Peppers, Black Olives, Venison Salami, Bear Sausage, Mushrooms, Parmesan Cheese Mozzarella Cheese, Pizza Sauce, Onion, Green Pepper Second rise. Deflate. Press out into your pan. It's building time! First my own special sauce. And then whatever you have around the homestead. Round and round the pie we go. Just about finished. Cook it at 475° for 15-17 minutes to desired crispiness. A delicious looking Pizza Pie. Hunger extinguished!