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Pizza
So what is everyone's favorite style of pizza and where do you get it from?

Mine is "Pepperoni Magnifico" with regular pepperoni and old world style pepperoni from Marco's. I enjoy to have shredded cheese and feta cheese added to it along with garlic on the crust.

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03-22-2017 01:51 AM
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RE: Pizza
a chain?

i prefer a chicago deep crust, don't have a favorite joint. my grandfather used to make deep dish pizza in a cast iron. he probably wasn't a great cook, but everyone loved pizza day growing up. i'd really like to try me one of them new england clam pizzas
03-22-2017 08:48 AM
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Figgy Piggy @ Pizza My Heart
03-22-2017 09:31 AM
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RE: Pizza
"Deluxe" at the Pizza Palace in Germantown Ohio.
It is a St. Louis type pizza. IIRC
The crust is cracker thin and crisp, with generous toppings.
Similar to Cassano's chain in SW Ohio.

I miss that type of pizza so much...
03-22-2017 02:19 PM
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RE: Pizza
If you like Chicago deep dish pizza, you can't do better than Lou Malnati's.

They FedEx. https://www.loumalnatis.com/ship-lous

Yes, it tastes the same.
03-22-2017 03:39 PM
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LaRosa's out of Cincy. That stuff is great.
03-22-2017 04:36 PM
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RE: Pizza
There's only one kind of pizza.

There's pizza, and there's disgusting ketchup-covered cheesy bread discs that are commonly consumed in chains and the non-NY part of the country.
03-26-2017 06:47 PM
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(03-22-2017 03:39 PM)chess Wrote:  If you like Chicago deep dish pizza, you can't do better than Lou Malnati's.

They FedEx. https://www.loumalnatis.com/ship-lous

Yes, it tastes the same.

...or you could save on shipping and just eat a cardboard box.
03-26-2017 06:48 PM
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RE: Pizza
I am originally from eastern Ohio or "The Ohio Valley". In the Valley, the crust is thick, but very light and crispy crust, a basic tomato sauce with hints of green pepper, a generous layer of slightly uncooked mozzarella, topped by a sparse layer of unbaked pepperoni. The dough is parbaked then withdrawn from the oven to receive a coating of sauce, then placed back in the oven until fully cooked. The pizza is then taken out of the oven, dressed with finely shredded mozzarella and pepperoni, cut into rectangles, and placed into a white department-store style box for purchase. The heat of the dough and the steam from the cooked sauce fills the box and melts the cheese closest to the bottom and leaves the top layer of cheese warm yet stringy.

This is how I like my pizza.
03-27-2017 09:02 AM
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RE: Pizza
My all time fave is by a guy that moved here from NYC. He makes a pesto pizza which I add Italian sausage and black olives to. I don't know what he does to the crust but it is freakishly awesome.

Paul Newman's Supreme is pretty good for frozen. I do like the Meat Supremo from Marco's.
03-28-2017 08:12 PM
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RE: Pizza
Rocking that fluffy-crust Hawaiian. Has to be pineapple chunks though - no rings. That is lazy pizza-making
03-28-2017 09:28 PM
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RE: Pizza
Literally anything in New Haven, Connecticut: Pepe's, Sally's, BAR or Modern Apizza. Paper thin crust in brick oven that comes out more cooked than others and has fresh mozzarella.
(This post was last modified: 04-01-2017 12:42 PM by shizzle787.)
04-01-2017 12:41 PM
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