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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Sun Jul 24, 2011 8:42 pm 
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i dont see a difference between that and the ny pie, they dont even put garlic on pies like that, plus you can have any topping you want, what is like on a plain pizza where your from and where is that, and i agree that chicago is a grease factory and doesnt look good at all


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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 4:36 am 
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That looks like a grocery store frozen pizza to me. :?

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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:14 am 
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Last time we went home to visit New York, we snuck a pizza back on the plane with us. NY style for sure.

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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 6:41 am 
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Craig O. wrote:
Paul Nolan wrote:

Something edible, that doesn't look like it's swimming in fat, or look like a straight Garic bread

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That looks like a grocery store frozen pizza to me. :?


Believe it or not 'grocery store' pizza's are designed to mimic proper pizza's

if it doesn't look like a 'grocery' store pizza your pizza parlour is doing something badly wrong...


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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
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Paul Nolan wrote:
Craig O. wrote:
Paul Nolan wrote:

Something edible, that doesn't look like it's swimming in fat, or look like a straight Garic bread

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That looks like a grocery store frozen pizza to me. :?


Believe it or not 'grocery store' pizza's are designed to mimic proper pizza's

if it doesn't look like a 'grocery' store pizza your pizza parlour is doing something badly wrong...

maybe they make them different but grocery store pizzas are terrible in america and if thats wat real pizza was like i dont think id ever wanna eat it


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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:10 am 
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wesofthedead wrote:
Paul Nolan wrote:

Believe it or not 'grocery store' pizza's are designed to mimic proper pizza's

if it doesn't look like a 'grocery' store pizza your pizza parlour is doing something badly wrong...

maybe they make them different but grocery store pizzas are terrible in america and if thats wat real pizza was like i dont think id ever wanna eat it


I should have been slightly more accurate: 'Grocery stores" mimic the look of the Pizza, not the taste... :lol:


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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
PostPosted: Mon Jul 25, 2011 11:42 am 
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I like NY style better than Deep Dish...

Drunk one night i put an egg on my pizza... it was delicious.
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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
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Paul Nolan wrote:
wesofthedead wrote:
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I should have been slightly more accurate: 'Grocery stores" mimic the look of the Pizza, not the taste... :lol:


I've never had a grocery store pizza that looked or tasted remotely as good as a NY-style thin slice pie from a pizza parlour. Never.

Also, I noticed the picture that you posted was of a Domino's pizza pie: http://dominospizzasouthampton.co.uk/im ... 004967.jpg
Domino's isn't much better than a frozen pizza here in the States. They put cheese in their crust for chrissake.

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 Post subject: Re: Chicago Deep Dish vs. NY Thin Crust
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I linked to the local domino's one beacuse the local Petrony's and Roccos doesn't have sample pictures... http://www.petronys.com/ and http://www.roccospizza.co.uk/index.html


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