Welcome to Kay Goldberg's E115 Homework!

My name is Kay Goldberg. I am a first-year engineering student. Currently, I am planning to study chemical engineering. I will be ready to CODA after my spring 2016 semester. I am interested in chemical engineering because I have enjoyed chemistry and the processes behind it since high school. I attended a chemical engineering workshop as part of my E101 class and could definitely see myself working in that field.

One of my hobbies is TaeKwonDo. I have taken TaeKwonDo lessons for about nine years, but I have been at my current academy for close to six. As of June 2015, I am a third degree black belt. This was a goal I'd hoped to achieve before college. I am also on the instructor staff. I have been helping teach students since I was a blue belt.

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  1. Purchase supplies - pizza dough, tomato sauce, mozzarella and parmesan cheese, and any other toppings you like - from your favorite grocery store (I usually go to Trader Joes'). You will also need some all-purpose flour.
  2. (If you have a pizza stone, put it in the oven before preheating.) Preheat your oven to 350 degrees F.
  3. Sprinkle flour over your counter or workspace so your pizza dough doesn't stick. If your pizza dough ever gets sticky, add more flour.
  4. Begin to form your pizza dough into a disk. If you want to toss your pizza, hold disk on your fingertips and push it up with a little bit of a twist - it should spin and fall back into your hands.
  5. Don't worry about perfect circles - your pizzas will be more charmingly artisinal if they're a little irregular!
  6. Once you have made your crust, spread tomato sauce on the top, leaving enough blank space for a crust.
  7. Sprinkle first mozzarella, then parmesan cheese on top of your tomato sauce.
  8. Space any other toppings evenly across the top of your pizza.
  9. Cook pizza in preheated oven on pizza stone until the cheese is melted or browned to your liking. This shouldn't take a very long time.
  10. Remove pizza from the oven.
  11. Let your pizza cool a little bit before slicing, serving, and enjoying!
Class Expected Grade
E115 Pass
Chem 101 A-
Calc II A
Johnson's Tiger Rock, my TaeKwonDo academy