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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28729Members Posts: 28,729
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    No i don't get it, what's a plain slice and why should i even put that in my mouth?
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    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    I hate diet coke....i love Pepsi Max and Coke Zero



    But give me cheese, spicy italian sausage, pepperoni and bacon




    *Plain slice*, I said, mtl!



    What condiments do you put on a plain slice?



    Do they serve a *plain* slice in Montreal?



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    No i don't get it, what's a plain slice and why should i even put that in my mouth?
    We always called that cheese slice or pizza. Never heard the word plain used.
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  • bscinstnctbscinstnct  27409Members Posts: 27,409
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    You go here, youll eat the whole pie plain ; )



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    Qqq123xx wrote:

    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    I hate diet coke....i love Pepsi Max and Coke Zero



    But give me cheese, spicy italian sausage, pepperoni and bacon




    *Plain slice*, I said, mtl!



    What condiments do you put on a plain slice?



    Do they serve a *plain* slice in Montreal?



    ; )

    MtlJeff wrote:


    No i don't get it, what's a plain slice and why should i even put that in my mouth?
    We always called that cheese slice or pizza. Never heard the word plain used.




    Wtf is this, the pizza grammar police?!



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    bscinstnct wrote:

    Qqq123xx wrote:

    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    I hate diet coke....i love Pepsi Max and Coke Zero



    But give me cheese, spicy italian sausage, pepperoni and bacon




    *Plain slice*, I said, mtl!



    What condiments do you put on a plain slice?



    Do they serve a *plain* slice in Montreal?



    ; )

    MtlJeff wrote:


    No i don't get it, what's a plain slice and why should i even put that in my mouth?
    We always called that cheese slice or pizza. Never heard the word plain used.




    Wtf is this, the pizza grammar police?!



    ; )
    Lol. Am sure different areas have different wording per usual.
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  • Qqq123xxQqq123xx I wake up take a few steps and am in a haze the rest of the day.  6430Members Posts: 6,430
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    And for the plain pizza I would put red flakes, whole lotta shak'in go'in on, garlic powder, and a little salt. I don't drink soda but for this special occasion it would be root beer.
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28729Members Posts: 28,729
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    Just plain cheese I'd do spicy oil and call it a day. But give me a good sauvignon blanc from NZ too
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    Qqq123xx wrote:


    And for the plain pizza I would put red flakes, whole lotta shak'in go'in on, garlic powder, and a little salt. I don't drink soda but for this special occasion it would be root beer.




    Nice. Yes, salt can be tasty. And you just blew me away on the root beer! Been since I was a kid I had one. Mmmm, gonna do a Qqq special tomorrow for lunch ; )
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    Just plain cheese I'd do spicy oil and call it a day. But give me a good sauvignon blanc from NZ too




    Ok, that sounds pretty kick @ss actually. Gotta come up to mtl and get some pizza. Heard theres crazy fine babes up there too ; )
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28729Members Posts: 28,729
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    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    Just plain cheese I'd do spicy oil and call it a day. But give me a good sauvignon blanc from NZ too




    Ok, that sounds pretty kick @ss actually. Gotta come up to mtl and get some pizza. Heard theres crazy fine babes up there too ; )




    There are some babes up here man. Just put some spicy oil on them too and it's all good
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    bscinstnct wrote:

    Qqq123xx wrote:


    And for the plain pizza I would put red flakes, whole lotta shak'in go'in on, garlic powder, and a little salt. I don't drink soda but for this special occasion it would be root beer.




    Nice. Yes, salt can be tasty. And you just blew me away on the root beer! Been since I was a kid I had one. Mmmm, gonna do a Qqq special tomorrow for lunch ; )
    Back in the kid and candy and soda days mostly what I drank. And throw in some orange soda also.
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    Pepperoni and pineapple, with jalapeños on half of it!
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  • Jay ZGJay ZG  188Members Posts: 188
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    NY style pepperoni, the gold medal slice. I'm a purist and of the opinion that if you have to put a ton of different toppings on the pizza to make it taste good, it's not good pizza.



    And putting things like pineapple, avocado, and bbq sauce on pizza is nothing short of utter blasphemy.
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  • Ayoung19Ayoung19  1644Members Posts: 1,644
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    MtlJeff wrote:

    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    Just plain cheese I'd do spicy oil and call it a day. But give me a good sauvignon blanc from NZ too




    Ok, that sounds pretty kick @ss actually. Gotta come up to mtl and get some pizza. Heard theres crazy fine babes up there too ; )




    There are some babes up here man. Just put some spicy oil on them too and it's all good




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    Qqq123xx wrote:

    bscinstnct wrote:

    Qqq123xx wrote:


    And for the plain pizza I would put red flakes, whole lotta shak'in go'in on, garlic powder, and a little salt. I don't drink soda but for this special occasion it would be root beer.




    Nice. Yes, salt can be tasty. And you just blew me away on the root beer! Been since I was a kid I had one. Mmmm, gonna do a Qqq special tomorrow for lunch ; )
    Back in the kid and candy and soda days mostly what I drank. And throw in some orange soda also.




    Had the slice, plain with a little salt, garlic powder, and red pepper flake. Didn't do the root beer, just lost my sweet tooth for soda these days. Had a DC. Very nice light lunch. (treated myself to a rare sausage, egg, and cheese, for breakfast so just needed a snack ; )
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  • Argonne69Argonne69  22612Members Posts: 22,612
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    Jay ZG wrote:


    NY style pepperoni, the gold medal slice. I'm a purist and of the opinion that if you have to put a ton of different toppings on the pizza to make it taste good, it's not good pizza.



    And putting things like pineapple, avocado, and bbq sauce on pizza is nothing short of utter blasphemy.




    Being a life-long Chicagoan, it's no surprise I like Chicago-style deep dish and thin crust pizza. However, a good New York style pizza is a treat on occasion. I'm sure there are better places on the east coast, but I thought Grimaldi's in Brooklyn was mightly fine.



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    Argonne69 wrote:

    Jay ZG wrote:


    NY style pepperoni, the gold medal slice. I'm a purist and of the opinion that if you have to put a ton of different toppings on the pizza to make it taste good, it's not good pizza.



    And putting things like pineapple, avocado, and bbq sauce on pizza is nothing short of utter blasphemy.




    Being a life-long Chicagoan, it's no surprise I like Chicago-style deep dish and thin crust pizza. However, a good New York style pizza is a treat on occasion. I'm sure there are better places on the east coast, but I thought Grimaldi's in Brooklyn was mightly fine.



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    Just great more food coma. I almost ordered a pie today. Trying to slim down the waistline. Painful.
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28729Members Posts: 28,729
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    Ayoung19 wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:

    bscinstnct wrote:

    MtlJeff wrote:


    Just plain cheese I'd do spicy oil and call it a day. But give me a good sauvignon blanc from NZ too




    Ok, that sounds pretty kick @ss actually. Gotta come up to mtl and get some pizza. Heard theres crazy fine babes up there too ; )




    There are some babes up here man. Just put some spicy oil on them too and it's all good




    This is why you're the best Jeff




    We'll no babes have ever told me that though
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  • bscinstnctbscinstnct  27409Members Posts: 27,409
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    I can't eat pizza with a coat on. I have some irrational fear that the oil might run down into the sleeve. Whole idea freaks me out.
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28729Members Posts: 28,729
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    What are your guys feelings on knife and fork? I really have to make a judgement call. Usually anything other than takeout I'm using the knife and fork... Especially at a nice sit down place.
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    What are your guys feelings on knife and fork? I really have to make a judgement call. Usually anything other than takeout I'm using the knife and fork... Especially at a nice sit down place.




    OK for deep dish and stuffed. Thin crust? Verboten.
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    What are your guys feelings on knife and fork? I really have to make a judgement call. Usually anything other than takeout I'm using the knife and fork... Especially at a nice sit down place.
    I can see using both if dressed up to some extent. Once in awhile I will use both when power reclining watching either sports or movies. Very rarely though.
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    What are your guys feelings on knife and fork? I really have to make a judgement call. Usually anything other than takeout I'm using the knife and fork... Especially at a nice sit down place.




    No #!$@% way ; )



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  • PetethreeputPetethreeput  1517Members Posts: 1,517
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    Pepperoni and jalapeno pepper.



    Health watch. Pan pizza from the major chains use Whirl with spices added in. A tablespoon is 14g. Each tablespoon is 14g of unsaturated fat. I would guess on a large pie there would be 7-10 tb's.



    So there you have it from a pizza guy.
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    I have a bad habit of not stopping when I get started on my pizza. It goes fast. Look up, and most of my large Dominoes is gone. So I've gone to using a fork just to slow me down.
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    I worked in a series of pizzerias for 10 years, starting in high school, and ending as a part-time manager in grad school. Aurelio's Pizza was founded in 1959 in Homewood, IL, a southern suburb of Chicago. There are now over 40 location in the Chicago area, as well as Las Vegas, Florida, Georgia, and Minnesota. The pizza is known for its sweet sauce. While I generally like fewer ingredients on a pizza, their "Super Six" (sausage, pepperoni, ham, mushrooms, green peppers, and cheese) is superb. I ate the pizza two to four times a week for over 10 years, and never grew tired of it.



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    My wife and I have recently got into making our own. Small town Texas doesn't have any good pizza options, and we're huge fans of Margherita pizza, Neapolitan style. We've just started about 2 months ago and have made some changes along the way.



    I go by this recipe. I made enough dough for 4 pizzas and put two in the fridge to rise for 1-4 days depending on my timeline and freeze the other two balls for the next week. 50/50 regular unbleached flower and 00 italian style flour, with some seasalt, yeast, and olive oil. The sauce is san marzano tomatoes, a little salt, sugar, olive oil, garlic and oregano. Then some fresh mozzarella cheese. Drizzle a little olive oil and tear some fresh basil we have growing in the back yard. I heat the big green egg smoker outside up to 650-700 degrees with the pizza stone. In about 2-3 minutes it's ready in all its goodness.



    Our Friday night is pizza margherita and a bottle of Napa Valley Zinfandel or Cab Franc and an episode of The Americans or Game of Thrones. I love Fridays.....



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    ^^^ Nice looking pie!!



    I've grown to enjoy the Neapolitan style pizza, and for me, the crust is everything and the toppings should complement, not overpower. Less is more, If the crust is great, a simple Margherita is perfect.



    The delivery chains' pizzas are just gross. And I agree with the previous poster, you can't make a proper pizza with a conveyor belt oven.



    Oh yeah, red wine or beer to go with the pizza.
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    This is probably my favorite pizza in the Phoenix area



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    bscinstnct wrote:


    How bout this?



    You get a plain slice.



    What do put on it?



    And what do you drink with it?





    For me. Little garlic powder and some red pepper flakes. Wash is down with a can of diet coke. (I lost my taste for "real" coke years ago)



    You?




    Bscinstnct,

    I know exactly how you grab a plain slice (or cheese as some have called it) .

    You get it from the counter.

    You go to the napkin dispenser.

    You blot the top of the slice with napkins to remove some excess grease.

    You sprinkle the garlic powder shaker on the your slice.

    You do the same with the red pepper flakes shaker.

    You fold the slice upwards a bit.

    You eat it and enjoy.



    I did this many times after leaving a drinking establishment following last call.

    It is a common occurrence in large cities.

    Not happening in suburbia as much. It is also done at train stations, stadiums, airports, heck lots of public places.

    It is just another way to enjoy the fabulous food that is pizza.



    One can enjoy a whole pizza just the way you like it many other times. Sometimes you got to grab a plain slice and

    woof it down.
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