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  • One_Putt_BlunderOne_Putt_Blunder  10829Members Posts: 10,829
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    Well after posting about Pomo Pizzeria and how good it was, guess where we went to dinner last night?



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    More food ****, gotta love it.
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  • HybridHybrid  274Members Posts: 274
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    Spinach and mushrooms at the Whole Foods wine and beer bar here in Orlando. Superb. You meet some facinating people here, too while drinking a craft beer.
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  • hogans71hogans71 Ain't no change in the weather, ain't no changes in me  10704Members Posts: 10,704
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    MtlJeff wrote:


    Do they do deepdish anywhere outside Chicago? That's probably a dumb question but a serious one. I've only had it there.....here we basically only have thin-crust type pizzas at the nicer places.



    Montreal is very european style in terms of food. There's 3-4 places i got for great pizza but they are all like brick over style thin crust.



    I wasn't crazy about deep dish to be honest




    We've got a Lou Manatis here in PHX now deep dish straight out of Chicago. Place is packed every day. I just don't get deep dish pizza though




    I lived in Chicago **** near my whole life and refuse to eat deep dish- it ain't pizza. It's a tourist-y thing to do as well...



    Peqoud's for the best thin crust around these parts...
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  • golfandfishinggolfandfishing  3691Members Posts: 3,691
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    Hybrid wrote:


    Spinach and mushrooms at the Whole Foods wine and beer bar here in Orlando. Superb. You meet some facinating people here, too while drinking a craft beer.




    I feel like this is part of a South Park episode where the elites gather to smell their own farts.
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  • Argonne69Argonne69  22652Members Posts: 22,652
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    hogans71 wrote:


    MtlJeff wrote:


    Do they do deepdish anywhere outside Chicago? That's probably a dumb question but a serious one. I've only had it there.....here we basically only have thin-crust type pizzas at the nicer places.



    Montreal is very european style in terms of food. There's 3-4 places i got for great pizza but they are all like brick over style thin crust.



    I wasn't crazy about deep dish to be honest




    We've got a Lou Manatis here in PHX now deep dish straight out of Chicago. Place is packed every day. I just don't get deep dish pizza though




    I lived in Chicago **** near my whole life and refuse to eat deep dish- it ain't pizza. It's a tourist-y thing to do as well...



    Peqoud's for the best thin crust around these parts...




    C'mon. Deep dish was invented in Chicago in 1943 before it became a tourist destination. As I understand it, pizza was never considered a meal, but rather an appetizer. Ike Sewell developed the deep dish at Pizzeria Uno as a main dish. There are those that argue that Lou Rudy Malnati actually invented it, as he worked in the kitchen at Pizzeria Uno.



    Now, maybe stuffed pizza (e.g. Giordano's, Edwardo's), with its double layers of dough and ingredients on the inside, might not be considered "pizza".
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  • glkglk send it in jerome Kodak, Tn/Chucktown, Sc via Chicago & Burgh 3625Members Posts: 3,625
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    Argonne69 wrote:

    hogans71 wrote:


    MtlJeff wrote:


    Do they do deepdish anywhere outside Chicago? That's probably a dumb question but a serious one. I've only had it there.....here we basically only have thin-crust type pizzas at the nicer places.



    Montreal is very european style in terms of food. There's 3-4 places i got for great pizza but they are all like brick over style thin crust.



    I wasn't crazy about deep dish to be honest




    We've got a Lou Manatis here in PHX now deep dish straight out of Chicago. Place is packed every day. I just don't get deep dish pizza though




    I lived in Chicago **** near my whole life and refuse to eat deep dish- it ain't pizza. It's a tourist-y thing to do as well...



    Peqoud's for the best thin crust around these parts...




    C'mon. Deep dish was invented in Chicago in 1943 before it became a tourist destination. As I understand it, pizza was never considered a meal, but rather an appetizer. Ike Sewell developed the deep dish at Pizzeria Uno as a main dish. There are those that argue that Lou Malnati actually invented it, as he worked in the kitchen at Pizzeria Uno.



    Now, maybe stuffed pizza (e.g. Giordano's, Edwardo's), with its double layers of dough and ingredients on the inside, might not be considered "pizza".


    Rudy , Lou's dad. Ike had no clue how to make pizza. He was going to do Mexican but his partner nixed it after he tried Mexican. Lou's half brother started pizano's - Rudy jr - not quite as big as malnatis but pretty **** good
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    Plain for me.
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    Hybrid wrote:


    Spinach and mushrooms at the Whole Foods wine and beer bar here in Orlando. Superb. You meet some facinating people here, too while drinking a craft beer.




    I feel like this is part of a South Park episode where the elites gather to smell their own farts.
    Even the username checks out
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  • One_Putt_BlunderOne_Putt_Blunder  10829Members Posts: 10,829
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    Hybrid wrote:


    Spinach and mushrooms at the Whole Foods wine and beer bar here in Orlando. Superb. You meet some facinating people here, too while drinking a craft beer.




    I feel like this is part of a South Park episode where the elites gather to smell their own farts.
    Even the username checks out




    Smug alert!

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    I kid, we actually go to whole foods to drink beer as their tap list is usually very solid. Great people watching too.
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    For Chicago style pan, I preferred Due over Uno when I lived in the Chicago area. It may have been the cave-like basement location with the tables very close such that you were part of your neighbor's personal life. The pizza wasn't the same as Uno and very good.
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    Hybrid wrote:


    Spinach and mushrooms at the Whole Foods wine and beer bar here in Orlando. Superb. You meet some facinating people here, too while drinking a craft beer.




    I feel like this is part of a South Park episode where the elites gather to smell their own farts.




    Totally weird. But funny.
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  • bscinstnctbscinstnct  27436Members Posts: 27,436
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    Ok, whats the cheapest you remember



    A slice and a soda?



    I think I remember like 75 cents for a slice and a can of RC Cola.



    And this was on the radio ; )



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    I kid, we actually go to whole foods to drink beer as their tap list is usually very solid. Great people watching too.




    "Whole Paycheck" Foods, as we call it.



    Someone help me find the John Stewart deep dish pizza rant. Funny!
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  • Argonne69Argonne69  22652Members Posts: 22,652
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    Hybrid wrote:


    For Chicago style pan, I preferred Due over Uno when I lived in the Chicago area. It may have been the cave-like basement location with the tables very close such that you were part of your neighbor's personal life. The pizza wasn't the same as Uno and very good.




    Pizzeria Due was opened by the owner of Uno, as they had no room to expand the original restaurant. I believe they still serve the same pizza.



    It's very likely the kitchen crew was responsible for differences. Having worked in a pizza place for 10 years, I was surprised at how different a pizza could taste when made by two different workers. If the balance of ingredients wasn't quite right, the flavor would be off.
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  • PuckoonPuckoon  193Members Posts: 193
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    Busted out the anchovies on a pizza for the first time recently. There will be a second time, delicious!!



    Standard fare at Chez Puck would be pepperoni, pineapple, jalapeño.



    Partial to a sneaky BBQ chicken too if I get the chance.



    Costco take and bake is pretty solid.
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  • blairdblaird  2196Members Posts: 2,196
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    Carnivore....Meat...pepperoni, ham, bacon, sausage, any of that good stuff. No rabbit food or fruit or anchovies, dont eat any of those anyway really so Im not gonna ruin a pizza with it. Throw on some parm and catalina dressing and Im good to go. If Im out an about Ill have a cold beer with it if Im at the house or a buffet Im going with sweet tea.
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    Puckoon wrote:


    Busted out the anchovies on a pizza for the first time recently. There will be a second time, delicious!!



    Standard fare at Chez Puck would be pepperoni, pineapple, jalapeño.



    Partial to a sneaky BBQ chicken too if I get the chance.



    Costco take and bake is pretty solid.
    Anchovies nooooooooooooooooooo say it ain't so. image/stink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':stink:' /> image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />
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  • bscinstnctbscinstnct  27436Members Posts: 27,436
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    Puckoon wrote:


    Busted out the anchovies on a pizza for the first time recently. There will be a second time, delicious!!



    Standard fare at Chez Puck would be pepperoni, pineapple, jalapeño.



    Partial to a sneaky BBQ chicken too if I get the chance.



    Costco take and bake is pretty solid.




    Love anchovies but never had them on pizza.



    Got a home delivery coming later so I think Ill head up to the locals up the block and get a couple slices and a soda! Good zza, sauce is on the sweet side but still tasty.
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  • PuckoonPuckoon  193Members Posts: 193
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    Qqq123xx wrote:

    Puckoon wrote:


    Busted out the anchovies on a pizza for the first time recently. There will be a second time, delicious!!



    Standard fare at Chez Puck would be pepperoni, pineapple, jalapeño.



    Partial to a sneaky BBQ chicken too if I get the chance.



    Costco take and bake is pretty solid.
    Anchovies nooooooooooooooooooo say it ain't so. image/stink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=':stink:' /> image/wink.png' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />




    I had a couple left over from the salad I made and thought why not. Growing up in Ireland the only references to anchovies I could recall was from the teenage mutant ninja turtles.



    It was pretty tasty!
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  • MtlJeffMtlJeff Montreal 28743Members Posts: 28,743
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    I had one a few days ago, BBQ chicken, bacon and some sort green stuff, chives maybe i don't know....it was amazing. Thin crust



    Pizza is amazing
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    Qqq123xx wrote:


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    Almost went for 2 slices and a soda today.



    But got salmon teryaki instead.



    Booooo!



    However, tomorrow is another day!



    Pizza, pizza. And soda!
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    Built my own today. For brunch. Two little bigger than hand size pre made crusts. Yeah I know but what the hey just wanted to try them. Actually not to bad. Put both on pizza rack. Olive oil on crust, pepper jack cheese, jalapeno slices and black olives. Crust stayed thin, didn't blow up into sponge cake size. Was pretty good.
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    My wife and I are pretty simple with toppings, but make sure we always go woodfire oven.



    We'll get 2 from Supreme, Pepperoni, Plain Cheese or BBQ Meatlovers. I'm a simple man with simple pleasures. Pizza, beer and sports usually satisfy me.



    If we have friends over and she wants to impress them (or not be self conscious for our basic tastes) she'll order some from the fancy menu. Once had one with parma leg ham and potato, which I didn't really like.
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    aarbro wrote:


    My wife and I are pretty simple with toppings, but make sure we always go woodfire oven.



    We'll get 2 from Supreme, Pepperoni, Plain Cheese or BBQ Meatlovers. I'm a simple man with simple pleasures. Pizza, beer and sports usually satisfy me.



    If we have friends over and she wants to impress them (or not be self conscious for our basic tastes) she'll order some from the fancy menu. Once had one with parma leg ham and potato, which I didn't really like.
    parma leg ham. Please explain more thanks. And potato yeah that is a weird one. I like french fries, just always on the side. And never thought of them with pizza.
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    Can't believe I missed this!



    Bacon, Avo and feta with pretty much all of the tabasco and I'm in heaven.
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    This was a couple of days ago. Got the big green egg to 800 plus, this one cooked in probably 2 minutes.



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    Pepperoni and jalapeños is the only way to go for me.
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