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Old 06-18-2018, 02:31 PM
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Old 06-18-2018, 02:33 PM
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Being a major pizza fan, I do find Mallory or Sammy Jo's pizza edible..... but not like "back home"..... Ha! Right! We all sit here and lament on how things were "back home". I have fond memories of Vincent's and/or Mineo's in Pittsburgh. Always talking about how I would love a pizza from there. Well.... my sister from Pgh came to visit and lo & behold, she surprised me with not 1 but 3 pizza's from Mineo's. So much for "fond memories" .... i almost gagged, could not eat it. So, just maybe ...... things weren't that much better "back home" ?????
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Greek pizza & Chicago pizza's are not pizza's they're casseroles
Chicago is famous for deep dish pizza, but the thin crust variety is the most eaten.



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Chicago is famous for deep dish pizza, but the thin crust variety is the most eaten.



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I wonder why the pizza is in squares no triangles. I went to college in Peoria and the 1st time we ordered pizza to our dorm we were shocked by the squares.
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What the hell is that thing? Looks like something from the Pillsbury bake-off. Is it true if you order a pizza in Chicago it comes with bullets as topping?
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In all reality--by pillsbury thin pizza dough, make your own pizza--if you have a Big Green Egg, indirect heat @ 600 degrees on pizza stone--let the stone heat for 20 minutes--use parchment paper instead of corn meal

Beats any pizza in TV--the 2 restaurants I mentioned are not in TV
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.
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I wonder why the pizza is in squares no triangles. I went to college in Peoria and the 1st time we ordered pizza to our dorm we were shocked by the squares.
Interesting, I never thought about it other than the fact that the squares were the gooiest without the outer crust. And the hottest.

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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.
That is what you get for making your own pizza! I thought pizza only came in delivery vans.
I've heard Flippers is good, but not for me.
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You got that right..... ???greek??? pizza ???
I take it those two words are as incongruent as "cajun" and "pasta"
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