MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oh, look... this thread again
NewportBarGuy: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oh, look... this thread againTHIS IS WAR! Gird your loins!
ihopOVERpancakes: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 400x294]What gives you the right to tell me how to make my pizza?
SilentStrider: MaudlinMutantMollusk: Oh, look... this thread again*shakes fist*
SilentStrider: Oh look. Its this thread again,
tripleseven: Chicago doesn't make pizza, it makes cake, with shiat on top of it.
Sum Guye: casserole.
Relatively Obscure: Sum Guye: casserole.And there we go./the Groundhog Day of threads.
doglover: My favorite tasting pizza is italian, but that shiat's so thin you can shave with it.Chicago pie is filling enough, but it don't taste as good.New York style is the comprimise. It's got more substance than Italian, but it's still thin enough for creativity.
Chunky Pumpkinhead: [www.chow.com image 160x160]
Fubini: St. Louis style pizza is clearly the most superior. Nothing beats provel on a matzo cracker, and you're a heretic if your pizza slices have three sides.
gingerjet: I once helped a company set up an office above a pizza place in Manhattan and all I have to say is that NY pizza is complete and utter shiat.
SockMonkeyHolocaust: That magical moment when you realize you can just call it "za"
FriarReb98: Can't be repeated enough. Just eat your damned pizza and quit using it as an excuse to biatch, moan and argue on the internet.
anfrind: The best deep-dish pizza I can remember eating had a sourdough crust. It wasn't as crispy as traditional deep-dish pizza crust, but it had a flavor that complimented the thick toppings quite nicely.Difficulty: it was at a pizzeria in Petaluma, CA (about 40 miles north of San Francisco).
gingerjet: I once helped a company set up an office above a pizza place in Manhattan and all I have to say is that NY pizza is complete and utter shiat. If I wanted to eat cardboard with cheese on top on a regular basis I would just go to Office Depot.
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