• pizza

    From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to All on Tuesday, January 17, 2023 18:59:10
    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Tim on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 13:43:00
    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 06:59 pm

    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza


    I like a doughy crust, but I'll also accept a thin cust I ca hold on to.
    I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces
    without a crust.

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, the n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Moondog on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 13:36:09
    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:43 pm

    I like a doughy crust, but I'll also accept a thin cust I ca hold on to. I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, the n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks

    I tend to prefer a thin crust on a pizza. IMO, it's easy for the crust to dominate everything else if it's too thick; with thick crust pizza, I feel like I mostly taste the crust and it tastes like too much bread and not enough toppings.

    Nightfox

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  • From Mattermorphosis@VERT/REALITY to Tim on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 13:52:43
    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 06:59 pm

    That's a hard one.. I love thick doughy crust but a good thin crust can be delightful. Two of my favorite pizza shops, one out of state and one that sadly closed down, both specialized in thin crust.. they were amazing.

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  • From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to Moondog on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 19:03:24
    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:43 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 06:59 pm

    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza


    I like a doughy crust, but I'll also accept a thin cust I ca hold on to. I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, t n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks


    I prefer thin crust. Good stuff.

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  • From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to Nightfox on Wednesday, January 18, 2023 19:04:18
    Re: pizza
    By: Nightfox to Moondog on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:36 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:43 pm

    I like a doughy crust, but I'll also accept a thin cust I ca hold on to I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I like the n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks

    I tend to prefer a thin crust on a pizza. IMO, it's easy for the crust to dominate everything else if it's too thick; with thick crust pizza, I feel l I mostly taste the crust and it tastes like too much bread and not enough toppings.

    Nightfox


    I like thin crust too bud.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Tim on Thursday, January 19, 2023 08:59:40
    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to Moondog on Wed Jan 18 2023 07:03 pm

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, t n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks


    I prefer thin crust. Good stuff.

    i like virgin crust or pan pizza.

    i've had some good thin crust pizza. what i find is wrong with pizza nowadays in my area is poor sauce and ingredients.
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  • From Tim@VERT/WHIZARDM to MRO on Thursday, January 19, 2023 17:36:18
    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Tim on Thu Jan 19 2023 08:59 am

    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to Moondog on Wed Jan 18 2023 07:03 pm

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, t n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks


    I prefer thin crust. Good stuff.

    i like virgin crust or pan pizza.

    i've had some good thin crust pizza. what i find is wrong with pizza nowaday in my area is poor sauce and ingredients.

    Yeas there is good places for pizza, and bad places. Cheap places, and expensive good places. Depends how hungry, and how much you wanna spend. We have a place in town two slice special, and a drink $6.00. Big thin slices. I've ate half thier pizza before. Getting ne hungry.

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  • From Cougar428@VERT to TIM on Sunday, January 22, 2023 07:07:00
    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza

    I like both, but I would say thinner crust more. I like thick chewy
    crust as well, but it sometimes takes away from the topping flavors.

    Too much sauce is bad also, don't want to drown the toppings...

    Pizza is the perfect food. I am gonna hafta get one now...

    Cougar
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  • From Cougar428@VERT to MRO on Sunday, January 22, 2023 07:07:00
    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to Moondog on Wed Jan 18 2023 07:03 pm

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, t n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks


    I prefer thin crust. Good stuff.

    i like virgin crust or pan pizza.

    i've had some good thin crust pizza. what i find is wrong with pizza nowaday
    my area is poor sauce and ingredients.
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  • From Cougar428@VERT to MRO on Sunday, January 22, 2023 07:09:00
    i like virgin crust or pan pizza.

    Apologies for asking, but what is 'virgin' crust?

    I could just search the interwebs, but wanted to get your view.

    Thanks,

    Cougar
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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Cougar428 on Sunday, January 22, 2023 10:46:28
    Re: pizza
    By: Cougar428 to MRO on Sun Jan 22 2023 07:09 am

    i like virgin crust or pan pizza.

    Apologies for asking, but what is 'virgin' crust?

    I could just search the interwebs, but wanted to get your view.

    Thanks,


    they just stretch it enough so it's pizza shaped.

    they dont beat the hell out of it or stick their dicks in it.
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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Cougar428 on Sunday, January 22, 2023 13:04:00
    Re: pizza
    By: Cougar428 to TIM on Sun Jan 22 2023 07:07 am

    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza

    I like both, but I would say thinner crust more. I like thick chewy
    crust as well, but it sometimes takes away from the topping flavors.

    Too much sauce is bad also, don't want to drown the toppings...

    Pizza is the perfect food. I am gonna hafta get one now...

    Cougar

    A chewy, doughy crust is good if it had some seasoning in it.

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  • From Cougar428@VERT to MRO on Monday, January 23, 2023 09:03:00
    Quoting Mro to Cougar428 <=-

    Re: pizza
    By: Cougar428 to MRO on Sun Jan 22 2023 07:09 am

    they just stretch it enough so it's pizza shaped.

    they dont beat the hell out of it or stick their dicks in it.

    Hah! Thanks for the visual. I think I can safely say that I would
    prefer that my thin or thick crust be 'virgin'...

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  • From Ragnar0k@VERT/THEEAGLE to Moondog on Thursday, January 26, 2023 22:40:07
    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 13:43:00

    I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    The middle pieces if a Jets pizza are pretty delicous. I think square pieces come from Detroit.

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  • From Nightfox@VERT/DIGDIST to Ragnar0k on Friday, January 27, 2023 09:14:45
    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to Moondog on Thu Jan 26 2023 10:40 pm

    I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or
    pieces without a crust.

    The middle pieces if a Jets pizza are pretty delicous. I think square pieces come from Detroit.

    I'd be curious to see how people react if I cut a triangle piece out of the middle of a pizza. :P

    Nightfox

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ragnar0k on Friday, January 27, 2023 12:33:38
    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to Moondog on Thu Jan 26 2023 10:40 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 13:43:00

    I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.


    i had it and it was nothing special.

    The middle pieces if a Jets pizza are pretty delicous. I think square pieces come from Detroit.

    that's the rumor but then they also said in the beginning they were cooked in auto parts bins and that's why they were square. no way would they do that.

    i'm not a fan of square, very greasy pizza. i think authentic american pizza or italian pizza. chains are disgusting. also, the ingredients must be fresh.
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  • From Weatherman@VERT/TLCBBS to Tim on Friday, January 27, 2023 09:42:11
    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to Ragnar0k on Friday, January 27, 2023 13:15:00
    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to Moondog on Thu Jan 26 2023 10:40 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 13:43:00

    I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    The middle pieces if a Jets pizza are pretty delicous. I think square piece


    I like the Jets 10

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  • From Ragnar0k@VERT/THEEAGLE to MRO on Saturday, January 28, 2023 08:51:26
    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:33:38

    that's the rumor but then they also said in the beginning they were cooked in auto parts bins and that's why they were square. no way would they do that.

    It's my understanding that Detroit has tried to claim bomber jackets and coney dogs too.

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  • From MRO@VERT/BBSESINF to Ragnar0k on Saturday, January 28, 2023 13:07:04
    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to MRO on Sat Jan 28 2023 08:51 am

    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:33:38

    that's the rumor but then they also said in the beginning they were cooked in auto parts bins and that's why they were square. no way would they do that.

    It's my understanding that Detroit has tried to claim bomber jackets and coney dogs too.

    i really hate hit how some places try to say they invented a certain type of food and it's there's. i'm in milwaukee,wi and they even say they have 'milwaukee style pizza'. there isnt. it's just shitty pizza.

    regarding the coney island shit, that's hard to believe too. i'm from an imigrant family and they are always putting meat on bread with onions and shit in european countries. they didn't make a big deal out of it. so some guy said he is the one who decided to put a sausage on top of bread. yeah right. farmers do that so they can finish their food when they are walking into the field.

    and the coney dogs having different toppings makes it different, my ass. some guy got the wrong type of chili or some guy was cheap and now there's 6 different versions. so stupid.
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  • From Ted Long@VERT to Moondog on Sunday, January 29, 2023 00:17:39
    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to Tim on Wed Jan 18 2023 01:43 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Tim to All on Tue Jan 17 2023 06:59 pm

    Thin crust or thick doughy crust? Pizza


    I like a doughy crust, but I'll also accept a thin cust I ca hold on to. I've never cared for people slicing pizzas into square pieces or pieces without a crust.

    Depends on the pizza I guess. I 've had some thin, crispy crusts I liked, the n some which were chewy. I like doughy, but not really chewy. I'm a fan of home made bread twists or bread sticks

    Gimme Chicago-style deep dish any day.....with lots of fresh mozzarella. And a Fat Tire or Anchor Steam beer. A nerd's seven course meal...a slice and a six-pack. ;>P

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  • From Moondog@VERT/CAVEBBS to MRO on Sunday, January 29, 2023 13:07:00
    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Sat Jan 28 2023 01:07 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to MRO on Sat Jan 28 2023 08:51 am

    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:33:38

    that's the rumor but then they also said in the beginning they were cooked in auto parts bins and that's why they were square. no way wo they do that.

    It's my understanding that Detroit has tried to claim bomber jackets and coney dogs too.

    i really hate hit how some places try to say they invented a certain type of

    regarding the coney island shit, that's hard to believe too. i'm from an im ecided to put a sausage on top of bread. yeah right. farmers do that so the

    and the coney dogs having different toppings makes it different, my ass. so

    lol. A few years ago the debate about toppings on hot dogs came back up when Heinz came out with a test lot of "Chicgo Dog" sauce. It was an off brown col or, and people liked it. It turned out to be ketchup, which Chicago dog purists say is not an ingredient. Funny thing is several of the test group preferred it.

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  • From Ted Long@VERT to Moondog on Monday, January 30, 2023 10:07:22
    Re: pizza
    By: Moondog to MRO on Sun Jan 29 2023 01:07 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Sat Jan 28 2023 01:07 pm

    Re: pizza
    By: Ragnar0k to MRO on Sat Jan 28 2023 08:51 am

    Re: pizza
    By: MRO to Ragnar0k on Fri Jan 27 2023 12:33:38

    that's the rumor but then they also said in the beginning they were cooked in auto parts bins and that's why they were
    square. no way wo they do that.

    It's my understanding that Detroit has tried to claim bomber jackets and coney dogs too.

    i really hate hit how some places try to say they invented a certain type of

    regarding the coney island shit, that's hard to believe too. i'm from an im ecided to put a sausage on top of bread. yeah right.
    farmers do that so the

    and the coney dogs having different toppings makes it different, my ass. so

    lol. A few years ago the debate about toppings on hot dogs came back up when Heinz came out with a test lot of "Chicgo Dog" sauce.
    It
    was an off brown col or, and people liked it. It turned out to be ketchup, which Chicago dog purists say is not an ingredient.
    Funny
    thing is several of the test group preferred it.

    Catsup on a hot dog????!!??? Nossir! As a dyed-in-the-wool Southern boy from way back, the only things that belong on a hot dog are onions, chili, and mustard :>)

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  • From Cougar428@VERT to TED LONG on Monday, January 30, 2023 16:07:00
    Quoting Ted Long to Moondog <=-

    Catsup on a hot dog????!!??? Nossir! As a dyed-in-the-wool Southern
    boy from way back, the only things that belong on a hot dog are
    onions, chili, and mustard :>)

    Dang ~ This conversation is making me hungry, I'm going out to get a
    greek dog!

    Kind of watered down meat chili with lotsa spices in it. Mmm.

    Cougar

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