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Old 12-12-2018, 01:57 PM
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Being from NJ, I have not found anything close to "back home" pizza here or near The Villages. Been searching for over four years now. Closest I have found is Bravo's in Sumter Landing! Thin crust...well done, Please!
I am from NJ. Bravos is pretty good especially when you add salt and oregano. Close to what I use to eat in NJ.
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Old 12-12-2018, 05:15 PM
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Who puts Pepperoni under the cheese? Ordered 1/2 chesse 1/2 pepperoni and couldn't tell where the pepperoni was.
That is the way it is customarily done for a Chicago style pizza.
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Old 12-13-2018, 03:41 PM
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De Lorenzo's Tomato Pies is a pizzeria that sells Trenton tomato pies in Robbinsville, New Jersey. It was founded in 1936 by Alexander "Chick" De Lorenzo and officially established in 1947 in Trenton, New Jersey.

If you know the place, let me know.
Yes, Yes, Yes, Maruca's also. AND Macks of the boardwalk. And furthermore, before closing, The Corner Inn on Center Street was the best ever. The recipe from there moved to The Shady Rest Bar on Route 9 in Bayville, NJ. The greatest ever.

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Old 12-13-2018, 08:42 PM
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Where i came from didnt go to a “country club” or EyeTalian restaurant for pizza...you went to a pizzeria...and Dominos and Pizza Hut are not pizzerias.

Shame 90% of Villages never had a good authentic pizza in their lives.
Well, we've been fortunate to have the only real, authentic, pizza on the planet...in Italy. Anything else pales in comparison. A real pizza made with double zero Italian flour, streched thin and topped with a little Extra Virgin olive oil, fresh San Marzano tomato sauce, a few dollops of fresh mozzarella ( not a whole bag of Sargento's), some porcini mushrooms and Prosciutto de Parma. Heaven On Earth.
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Old 02-04-2019, 12:56 PM
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Stavros Pizza in Leesburg is the absolute very very best pizza around For a quickie Sams Club is good also
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Mallory our first choice but also found NYPD good also....
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Old 02-04-2019, 03:21 PM
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Belleview Pizza is best!
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Old 02-05-2019, 10:28 AM
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Ricardi's in Brownwood.
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Re: Microwaves a pizza
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Old 02-05-2019, 11:05 AM
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Be careful about the parchment paper. I've set it on fire on the grill. Also, not advisable to use fresh moz. Use the bagged shredded that's dryer. The fresh had so much liquid in it, it boiled up and cracked two pizza stones.
Actually microwave can be dangerous and RISKY. If, the instructions do not give microwave instructions and since companies know most people have and used microwaves for quick cooking there probably is a reason.

Soups, you open a can of soup, nuke it for 2-3 min and it is done. I've never done it but I heard people CLAIM they cook it in the can. THAT IS NUTS. The coating of the can is not designed to be heated and the can is not designed to take the added pressure. The reason opening the can and heating the soup in say a bowl is the fact that since with microwaves it cooks from the inside, beans will often explode.

Oh to avoid my mistake. Chestnuts do not have instructions on them demanded by their legal staff. I cut an X into the shells to vent and to make it easier to remove the shells. One nut which I did cut an X into EXPLODED similar to a monster popcorn. The noise which remember was reduced by the door was like a small firecracker. The good news the door did not blow open. I think there is a safety lock on the door preventing it from opening while the microwave is producing microwaves which, can and would cook you.
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Old 02-05-2019, 09:06 PM
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Ricardi's in Brownwood.
Honestly you can't be serious.
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