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Hmm, Okay I have a satisfaction and love for pizza, since I've been eating it since I was a little child, but there's certainly such thing as a bad pizza. What you want in a pizza is completely up to your own personal taste preference. I've once tried the best pizza I probably ever had in my life one time, when the pizza was just perfectly balanced. I think there needs to be a good component of cheese, sauce, and toppings and texture in order to have a satisfying experience. So something that's really gooey and almost liquid like, with a crunchy crust and soft bread interior. So square pizzas are good, or thin crust pizza. But a bad pizza would be hard crust, virtually no tomato sauce, stringy mozzarella on top . I would like to call those kind of pizzas, cardboard pizza. Because it tastes like cheese on hard bread. So people like to make pizza using bread kind of dough apparently. I should probably go to the cities like camden, detroit, chicago, newark to get good pizza tasting experience.

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so basically your perfect pizza would be an old forge pizza
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Northern cities, eh? Deep dish fan?

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The perfect pizza is made by hairy italian men.

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deep dish pizza never ate one. Though I have some vague memories of delicious pizza.

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seriously though, you pretty much described old forge pizza

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what is this old forge pizza?

holy shit Pennsylvania has delicious pizza? Well I think the threee states NJ,NY, AND PA contains specialty pizza you wont find anywhere else. But old forge pizza look amazing to eat.

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RE: The Perfect Pizza and its component

If you want good pizza, go to New Haven, CT.

There is nothing in the world like Sally's Apizza. The classic all tomato pie is completely earth-changing.

Pepe's Pizza is what pizza aspires to someday be. Every aspect of that pizza is perfect, from the cheese to the dough. It's a slice of heaven if you don't mind an hour long wait to get in.

Modern Pizza is the culmination of New Haven pizza culture. The white clam pizza is sinful, the Italian bomb is meaty heaven. Sometimes top ten pizza lists don't include modern because they feel New Haven pizza is already overlisted but it's worth driving across the country for.

Bar Pizza is never on a top 10 list and rarely on a top 50 list even, but the mashed potato bacon white pizza is a craving you never knew you had.


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I lived in a rock my whole entire life, didn't know that CT has awesome pizza.

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RE: The Perfect Pizza and its component

There is a great pizza place in hoboken. Freaking delicious and they make some interesting specialty pizzas(one i remember having was feta cheese pizza. damn delicious).

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There's a restaurant chain in my city that serves, among other things, thin crust pizzas.

While they're not spectacular in general, as thin crusts go, they have a special variety with hot sauce in place of the usual tomato, topped with chicken and a bit of ranch dressing. Now that is a pizza.

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RE: The Perfect Pizza and its component

Basically...if there is a sizeable italian population in an area, there will be pizza.

Some exceptions since pizza has become americanized, but I still think the best pizzas are often made by italians.

Kinda like chinese food. I dont know of any chinese restaurants that even have a non-chinese cook. I also know that some states brutally lack sufficient chinese restaurants.

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RE: The Perfect Pizza and its component

I love pizza. Smile

As it happens, NYC is well-known for its pizza, though it does vary between restaurants.

One thing about NYC is that most establishments sell pizza-by-the-slice. How common is that elsewhere? I know the big chains tend not to offer that.

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And deep-dish pizza, I remember that from my time living near Chicago.... it's a popular style there.

(01-25-2015 12:12 PM)Vatman Wrote:  If you want good pizza, go to New Haven, CT.

If we had a small SS meetup at a pizza place in New Haven, would you go? I bet we could get a couple people to show up if it was planned effectively.

NYC might be better, but I'm curious to see new places, as well.

(01-25-2015 01:14 PM)brainiac3397 Wrote:  There is a great pizza place in hoboken. Freaking delicious and they make some interesting specialty pizzas(one i remember having was feta cheese pizza. damn delicious).

Where? I was in Hoboken not too long ago.

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Well I dont recall the name. I know its near the train station so I gotta look it up.

Went there a few times but long ago with parents, so I dont recall name or address.

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Actually I think that's the kind of pizza style we have in northern new jersey, not to sure about the jersey shore part, but that's actually the kind of style I'm most familiar with, though not a big fan of it due to the lightness of the tomato sauce and the crust is rather hard and chewy.

also I didn't know slice by slice was a jersey and new york thing. Its just something I grew up with.

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(01-25-2015 11:58 AM)MurkScribe Wrote:  what is this old forge pizza?

holy shit Pennsylvania has delicious pizza? Well I think the threee states NJ,NY, AND PA contains specialty pizza you wont find anywhere else. But old forge pizza look amazing to eat.

I live in a suburb of Scranton and there are 5 pizza places within walking distance of my house

It's basically like a square pizza with puffy crust, the cheese has a little bit of american cheese mixed in so it's gooey and sticks to the top of your mouth. The sauce is usually a little bit sweet and oniony, but not always.

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That sounds fucking delicious.

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Goddamnit, I wish I could eat at a pizza place not controlled by fast food marketers, but unfortunately, my parents won't listen to my pleads. "Oh, PizzaHut is better because it's well-known!" Bullshit. They haven't even tried half of the pizza restaurants in town.

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Actually I kind of like pizza hut, even though its a chain restuarant. But I like dominoes pan pizza, but thats because I've only tried a few actually good pizza in my life that I have vague memories of.

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I love pizza, I'll eat any kind of pizza that dosen't have mushrooms or vegetables on it.
Usually when I come home from school, I eat the Red Baron deep dish pizzas that I keep in the freezer.

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And speaking of Pizza restraunts, I'm not really a fan of Pizza Hut, Domimoes is okay, but I recommend that you guys try Papa Johns if you have one in your town.
In my town there is this one pizzeria called Donte's Pizza that serves really good pizza. The slices are really thin, but they are really big.

And if you guys find yourself in Lubbock TX, try One Guy from Italy Pizza or Orlando's. OGFI is actually run by a guy from Italy and the pizza there is just some of the best I ever had. It's really popular with the TX Tech students, considering that it's right across the street from TX Tech. Orlando's is really more of a generic Italian restraunt. The pizza slices are more like classic pizza (a mix of New York and Chicago style) but the pizza is worth mentioning

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(01-26-2015 12:02 AM)xcriteria Wrote:  If we had a small SS meetup at a pizza place in New Haven, would you go? I bet we could get a couple people to show up if it was planned effectively.

NYC might be better, but I'm curious to see new places

Sure, I'd be happy to make an appearance at either.

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I would love to as well, it's gonna be awkward seeing people truly face to face. But Ill get over it, CT pizza sounds like some other pizza from another planet.

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Also I think the cardboard pizza I ate, was the on the budget kind of pizza. The $1 dollar slice kind of pizza they sell at new York.

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I ate $1 slice pizza once or twice. It wasnt bad.

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Pizza at my school is $2 for a small slice, it tastes like styrofoam.

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My perfect pizza is a pizza with sausage, hot peppers, extra cheese, bacon, and pepperoni from the local place down here.

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I alwahs get mine with extracheese and mushrooms are a must, though if ordering for family I cant get whole pie with mushrooms because my sister hates mushrooms (reason:because theyre "squishy" and tasteless)

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Actually mushrooms taste and compliments meaty pizzas. I definitely add in the mushrooms with the meat lovers pizza.

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I add mushrooms to my mushrooms. That's how much I like em.

Moo Goo Gai Pan became my favorite chinese dish when I learned it came with giant mushrooms.

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