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(National Monitor)   The Earth's crust was once deep dish instead of the thin crust it is now, somehow proving once and for all that New York pizza is the best ever. It's science   (natmonitor.com) divider line 42
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2013-12-31 12:09:09 PM
I'm just gonna go ahead and get this started:

www.jesus-is-savior.com

/nom nom nomnomnom
 
2013-12-31 12:30:43 PM
Blah blah casserole blah blah floppy cardboard blah blah I grow my own wheat and own my own brick oven blah blah I outsource my pizza-making to Naples blah blah blah
 
2013-12-31 12:47:07 PM
Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.
 
2013-12-31 12:47:44 PM
*for
 
2013-12-31 12:48:42 PM

UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.


Vegetables belong on a salad, not a pizza...
/tomato is a fruit
 
2013-12-31 12:50:13 PM

UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.


I don't mind the kale. It's the shiat I don't like.
 
2013-12-31 01:00:50 PM
I AM FOLDING IT LIKE A MAN!!!

/yup
 
2013-12-31 01:01:33 PM

zulius: UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.

Vegetables belong on a salad, not a pizza...
/tomato is a fruit


I would argue that onions and peppers both are fine on pizzas, they go along with the Italian flavor theme.  It's the crap like corn and artichoke hearts that has no place.
 
2013-12-31 01:02:07 PM
i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-31 01:06:10 PM
As a taco-cultist I find these endlessly amusing.
 
2013-12-31 01:10:34 PM
New York pizza is just normal, delicious, everyday pizza. Chicago pizza, also delicious of course, is an event.
 
2013-12-31 01:12:02 PM
Everyday food in Chicago is beef hotdogs, or really beef of any kind.
 
2013-12-31 01:14:58 PM

zulius: UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.

Vegetables belong on a salad, not a pizza...
/tomato is a fruit


Friuts grow on trees...tomatoes are veggies, but good on pizza
 
2013-12-31 01:15:57 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: they go along with the Italian flavor theme.  It's the crap like corn and artichoke hearts that has no place


You don't really know what italian food is, do you?
 
2013-12-31 01:16:06 PM

Incontinent_dog_and_monkey_rodeo: zulius: UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.

Vegetables belong on a salad, not a pizza...
/tomato is a fruit

I would argue that onions and peppers both are fine on pizzas, they go along with the Italian flavor theme.  It's the crap like corn and artichoke hearts that has no place.


Peppers are also fruit.  (As are cucumbers, avocados, zucchini, pumpkins, etc.....)
 
2013-12-31 01:17:06 PM

Mikeyworld: Friuts grow on trees...tomatoes are veggies, but good on pizza


Horticulturally, tomatoes are fruits.  Nutritionally, they are considered veggies.
 
2013-12-31 01:17:10 PM
People are cold and fat in Chicago, they need that casserole
 
2013-12-31 01:19:19 PM
I spent the Xmas holidays with my idiot-in-laws in Brooklyn. They don't like to cook so they kept ordering NY style pizza.

Fricking catsup with oily cheese on a cardboard triangle for lunch every day. Ugh.

Chicago Style Tomato Casserole Pizza sounds pretty good right now.
 
2013-12-31 01:19:29 PM
Equally tasty, too
 
2013-12-31 01:19:49 PM

FDR Jones: New York pizza is just normal, delicious, everyday pizza. Chicago pizza, also delicious of course, is an event.


Chicago pizza is much like the local football team...much ado about nothing. It's a square pizza, that's it. Thick crust was a St Louis invention. There ain't no pizza in Italy, so don't go off about 'original'

/nuff for a troll?
//touching all the bases
///ironic
 
2013-12-31 01:20:29 PM
encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com

Hey guys we should talk about soda vs. pop instead!
I can't wait until we talk about cereals/toys/candy bars that no longer exist.
 
2013-12-31 01:21:10 PM

Mikeyworld: Friuts grow on trees...tomatoes are veggies, but good on pizza


I tend to agree.  Botanically, lots of things are called fruit that are culinary vegetables.  The whole "Oh Oh Oh OH!  Tomatoes are fruit!!!" thing is tiresome.  Everyone's heard it, for crying out loud.  Yes, yes, we know.  It still plays the role of a vegetable in the kitchen.
 
2013-12-31 01:21:37 PM

MugzyBrown: Mikeyworld: Friuts grow on trees...tomatoes are veggies, but good on pizza

Horticulturally, tomatoes are fruits.  Nutritionally, they are considered veggies.


You can lead a horticulture, but tomatoes are still veggies
 
2013-12-31 01:22:44 PM

Louisiana_Sitar_Club: Mikeyworld: Friuts grow on trees...tomatoes are veggies, but good on pizza

I tend to agree.  Botanically, lots of things are called fruit that are culinary vegetables.  The whole "Oh Oh Oh OH!  Tomatoes are fruit!!!" thing is tiresome.  Everyone's heard it, for crying out loud.  Yes, yes, we know.  It still plays the role of a vegetable in the kitchen.


That is, I agree that tomatoes are better thought of as vegetables, not that growing on a tree or not defines whether something is a fruit or vegetable.
 
2013-12-31 01:23:44 PM

UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.


You must have bad taste.  Good pizza is available in a corridor from Northern New Jersey to Boston, and even there it's only a small fraction of pizzarias that are actually good.  Pizza anywhere else is dogshiat.
 
2013-12-31 01:36:11 PM

zulius: UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks.  Let's stop the arguing.  The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Except from the ones from California with kale and shiat on them.  That's just an abomination and they should feel bad.

Vegetables belong on a salad, not a pizza...
/tomato is a fruit


The worst (by far) "pizza" I have ever had was in Brazil, and it had canned corn and peas on it.  Shiat's disgusting.

On a more positive note, there's a pizza place here in Portland that puts cloves of garlic on the pizza as if they are like olives or something.  Lethal, but oh so yummy.
 
2013-12-31 01:36:13 PM
From police squad and naked gun:

Ted Olsen: It's a heck of an efficient weapon, Frank. You have to admire the simplicity of design. Frank: Where'd it come from?
Ted Olsen: That's very interesting. I have a theory about that. As you know, Frank, billions of years ago, our Earth was a molten mass. But for some reason not understood by scientists, the Earth cooled, forming a crust, a hard igneous shell, what we scientists call "rock."
 
2013-12-31 01:43:46 PM
Feast your eyes on this yumminess, haters!

 encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com
 
2013-12-31 01:49:51 PM

HawgWild: Feast your eyes on this yumminess, haters!

 


Mmmm... miss really good Chicago-style pizza. (Lou Malnatti's FTW!) Anyone know where I can get some in Dallas? (Yes, I know I can have Lou Malnatti's mailed to me but I feel weird about having frozen pizza delivered through the mails.)
 
2013-12-31 02:16:43 PM
New York can't do anything better than Chicago. Don't even try and argue it, you'll be wrong.
 
2013-12-31 02:20:05 PM

UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks. Let's stop the arguing. The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.


Even Greek "pizza"?

/By which I mean "One usage refers to a pizza with typically (or stereotypically) Greek ingredients as toppings.[2] These include toppings such as feta cheese, olives (e.g., Kalamata), onion, tomato, green bell pepper, gyros meat[3] and spinach, but often lack any tomato sauce.[4] These pizzas can be found across the United States but are not as popular in Greece itself."
 
2013-12-31 03:07:56 PM
So the earth is thin crust now... that explains why it smells like crap and has horrible toppings and way to much grease on the fringes
 
2013-12-31 03:16:36 PM

Kristoph57: As a taco-cultist I find these endlessly amusing.


Do you find this amusing also?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uSxfKLUG5g0

How about this one?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M7saMzgiNZw
 
2013-12-31 03:29:12 PM
i970.photobucket.com
 
2013-12-31 03:29:46 PM

Mikeyworld: FDR Jones: New York pizza is just normal, delicious, everyday pizza. Chicago pizza, also delicious of course, is an event.

Chicago pizza is much like the local football team...much ado about nothing. It's a square pizza, that's it. Thick crust was a St Louis invention. There ain't no pizza in Italy, so don't go off about 'original'

/nuff for a troll?
//touching all the bases
///ironic


I've never seen  a Chicago pizza that wasn't round.

Are you thinking Detroit style, like Jet's Pizza?  Those are rectangular.
 
2013-12-31 03:36:01 PM

RaisingKane: UseUrHeadFred: Look, folks. Let's stop the arguing. The fact is, I've never met a pizza I didn't like.

Even Greek "pizza"?

/By which I mean "One usage refers to a pizza with typically (or stereotypically) Greek ingredients as toppings.[2] These include toppings such as feta cheese, olives (e.g., Kalamata), onion, tomato, green bell pepper, gyros meat[3] and spinach, but often lack any tomato sauce.[4] These pizzas can be found across the United States but are not as popular in Greece itself."


That's just somebody calling something "pizza" because they don't know what else to call it.  Any reference to a mess like that should always have the word "pizza" in quotes.
 
2013-12-31 04:20:00 PM

Needlessly Complicated: HawgWild: Feast your eyes on this yumminess, haters!

Mmmm... miss really good Chicago-style pizza. (Lou Malnatti's FTW!) Anyone know where I can get some in Dallas? (Yes, I know I can have Lou Malnatti's mailed to me but I feel weird about having frozen pizza delivered through the mails.)


No reason to feel weird, except that it costs a lot.  We get 'em delivered to us in Los Angeles all the time, and they arrive still frozen.  My in-laws like to send them to us as presents, so we don't even have to pay, it's great.  You can also get Italian beef kits, Chicago hot dog kits, etc etc.  They're okay, but the Malnatis is always good.
 
2013-12-31 04:38:22 PM
Deep dish pizza is not pizza, it's a farkin cassarole.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-november-13-2013/tower-record
 
2013-12-31 05:05:14 PM
Turkish pizza is best pizza, also thinnest.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lahmajoon


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2013-12-31 05:50:42 PM

HawgWild: I'm just gonna go ahead and get this started: (pic of "chicago style" pizza)

/nom nom nomnomnom

I'm just gonna go ahead and get this ended:


slice.seriouseats.com
Neopolitan pizza is pizza, everything else is "blank-style" pizza.
 
2013-12-31 05:58:27 PM

Ablejack: HawgWild: I'm just gonna go ahead and get this started: (pic of "chicago style" pizza)/nom nom nomnomnom
I'm just gonna go ahead and get this ended:
[slice.seriouseats.com image 500x375]
Neopolitan pizza is pizza, everything else is "blank-style" pizza.


You've made a powerful enemy today, my friend ...

i.imgur.com
 
2013-12-31 07:06:03 PM

markb289: Deep dish pizza is not pizza, it's a farkin cassarole.

http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-november-13-2013/tower-record


So not only do you not know anything about pizza, you don't know anything about casseroles.  Hell, you can't even spell it.
 
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