No-Knead Pizza Crust
No-knead yeast bread has morphed from revolution to evolution: from a simple loaf baked in a Dutch oven, we now have access to recipes for no-knead brioche, cinnamon buns... and pizza crust. Our thanks to Jim Lahey, of New York City's Sullivan St. Bakery, for the inspiration for this version of no-knead pizza.
This is not your typical thin-crisp or soft-chewy crust. It's somewhere in between; thin in spots, thicker in others, with crackly-hard edges and lots of chew. This is definitely crust you have to "grip and rip;" an adult-type crust, probably not suitable for little kids.