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Pizza Poll II

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Pizza Poll II

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Post by blocho » June 30th, 2016, 9:51 pm

We still have a lot to learn about how this forum feels about pizza.

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Post by xianjiro » July 1st, 2016, 12:59 am

amen...now if only we got discounts
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Post by Kasparius » July 1st, 2016, 1:42 am

I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.

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Post by sebby » July 1st, 2016, 2:45 am

Kasparius on Jun 30 2016, 07:42:05 PM wrote:I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.
I also voted Chicago, but for me that means the crispy square-cut thin crust (also called tavern style) rather than deep dish (I do like deep dish, it's just not what I think of when I think of pizza).

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Post by Knaldskalle » July 1st, 2016, 3:01 am

Pizza bianca: Pizza dough with sprinkling of salt, drizzle of olive oil and (fresh) chopped rosemary. Yum!

No tomato, no cheese.
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Post by Knaldskalle » July 1st, 2016, 3:02 am

Oh, and no option for Roman style pizza?
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Post by brokenface » July 1st, 2016, 12:19 pm

Knaldskalle on Jun 30 2016, 09:01:24 PM wrote:Pizza bianca: Pizza dough with sprinkling of salt, drizzle of olive oil and (fresh) chopped rosemary. Yum!

No tomato, no cheese.
No tomato, no cheese: no pizza :verymad:

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Post by Dolwphin » July 1st, 2016, 5:13 pm

Tomato and cheese are in all pizzas! Weirdo Americans.
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Post by Kasparius » July 1st, 2016, 6:25 pm

brokenface on Jul 1 2016, 06:19:48 AM wrote:
Knaldskalle on Jun 30 2016, 09:01:24 PM wrote:Pizza bianca: Pizza dough with sprinkling of salt, drizzle of olive oil and (fresh) chopped rosemary. Yum!

No tomato, no cheese.
No tomato, no cheese: no pizza :verymad:
Pretty much, it might be good, but it's not pizza.

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Post by xianjiro » July 1st, 2016, 9:44 pm

Dolwphin on Jul 1 2016, 11:13:12 AM wrote:Tomato and cheese are in all pizzas! Weirdo Americans.
I won't EVEN dignify this snark by pointing out the facts here: 1) @Knaldskalle isn't American as far as I know - but he can clarify as he chooses 2) pizza bianca is Italian, not American and 3) Most American pizzas DO have tomato sauce and cheese. It's pesky foreigners ruining our appropriated favourite food that do things like tuna, mayo and corn and call it pizza!

If the Aussies put a hamburger and beetroot on their pizzas are you going to blame us for that too! Be careful how you answer that, wars have started over more mundane things... (D:)

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Post by Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi » July 2nd, 2016, 4:14 am

Over the last year or two, I have been slowly hitting all the top-rated pizza places in New York City. Hit another one tonight, as a matter of fact. Some time soon I'll have tried them all.

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Post by weirdboy » July 2nd, 2016, 4:16 am

But have you tried Famous Ray's yet?

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Post by Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi » July 2nd, 2016, 4:28 am

weirdboy on Jul 1 2016, 10:16:42 PM wrote:But have you tried Famous Ray's yet?
Famous Original Ray's or Original Famous Ray's or Ray's Famous Original?

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Post by VincentPrice » July 2nd, 2016, 4:56 am

My view on Chicago style pizza or deep dish pizza or whatever you wanna call that abomination...


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Post by Rich » July 2nd, 2016, 4:57 am

Tomato Pie is pretty popular in Philly which is just bread and tomato sauce.

I do really like white pizza which is just bread and cheese with a lot of garlic.

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Post by Rich » July 2nd, 2016, 4:58 am

Also, Domino's is like eating cardboard to me.

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » July 2nd, 2016, 10:07 am

Kasparius on Jun 30 2016, 07:42:05 PM wrote:I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.
Never tried it, but that's no pizza indeed more like pie or quiche.
Of course Neapolitan pizza is the only real pizza, the rest is pizza like other sparkling wines are champagne. They can be nice, but can't beat the real thing.

How do people here feel about flamkuchen?

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Post by metaller » July 2nd, 2016, 12:05 pm

Lonewolf2003 on Jul 2 2016, 04:07:03 AM wrote:
Kasparius on Jun 30 2016, 07:42:05 PM wrote:I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.
Never tried it, but that's no pizza indeed more like pie or quiche.
Of course Neapolitan pizza is the only real pizza, the rest is pizza like other sparkling wines are champagne. They can be nice, but can't beat the real thing.

How do people here feel about flamkuchen?
Neopolitan is indeed the way to go. Other styles can be good too (and I really quite a bit of pizza when I was in NY and liked all of them), but nothing really is "better" than the original.

And Flammkuchen is something I really like once in a while too. Although there are all kinds of regional versions all over Europe.
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Post by Mulholland » July 2nd, 2016, 1:54 pm

I'm probably being a silly foreigner, but what makes a New Haven so different?

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Post by Lonewolf2003 » July 2nd, 2016, 2:02 pm

metaller on Jul 2 2016, 06:05:07 AM wrote:
Lonewolf2003 on Jul 2 2016, 04:07:03 AM wrote:
Kasparius on Jun 30 2016, 07:42:05 PM wrote:I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.
Never tried it, but that's no pizza indeed more like pie or quiche.
Of course Neapolitan pizza is the only real pizza, the rest is pizza like other sparkling wines are champagne. They can be nice, but can't beat the real thing.

How do people here feel about flamkuchen?
Neopolitan is indeed the way to go. Other styles can be good too (and I really quite a bit of pizza when I was in NY and liked all of them), but nothing really is "better" than the original.

And Flammkuchen is something I really like once in a while too. Although there are all kinds of regional versions all over Europe.
Maybe we should do a favorite type of flamkuchen poll. :P

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Post by Local Hero -- aka MestnyiGeroi » July 2nd, 2016, 2:41 pm

Mulholland on Jul 2 2016, 07:54:07 AM wrote:I'm probably being a silly foreigner, but what makes a New Haven so different?
Well, I lived in New Haven for a decade and I don't know what distinguishes its pizza from New York pizza in terms of style.

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Post by Kasparius » July 2nd, 2016, 4:27 pm

Lonewolf2003 on Jul 2 2016, 04:07:03 AM wrote:
Kasparius on Jun 30 2016, 07:42:05 PM wrote:I like Chicago Pizza, but it's more like a tomato and cheese pie than pizza.
Never tried it, but that's no pizza indeed more like pie or quiche.
Of course Neapolitan pizza is the only real pizza, the rest is pizza like other sparkling wines are champagne. They can be nice, but can't beat the real thing.

How do people here feel about flamkuchen?
Fuck Neapolitan, New York Brick Oven all the way.

Flamkuchen is delicious.

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