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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (herenorthere @ May 29 2005,10:12)]Real pizza is cut in squares.
    Square pizza? herenorthere, have you been hanging out at Frank Pepe's in Wooster Square too long?

    Real pizza is made in Chicago!!
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    Popcorn omelets are not going to be a big hit with the public. Don't expect to see it catch on.

    Chicago? You mean those crusts that extend to the top?

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    Kahnli...agreed. Ever had pizza in NY NY, or Reno NV...they don't have a clue. Aprilh
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (aprilh @ May 30 2005,11:25)]Kahnli...agreed. Ever had pizza in NY NY, or Reno NV...they don't have a clue. Aprilh
    April, you have had the good stuff from NYC? I salute you or genuflect... [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/new/smile_n_32.gif[/img]

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    I just had some pizza in NYC on Sunday... It's good but it's not Chicago style.
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    I make my own pizza. Of course, it's California thin-crust style. In the crust (because I like tasty crust) I put in basil, oregano, dill, garlic (powder and roasted), thyme, rosemary, parsley, and those hot pepper flakes. I can't eat too much fresh tomato, so I use a creamy garlic sauce, pesto, or bbq! Topping I like olive, mushroom, spinach, artichoke, sundried tomatoes, more garlic, cheese, and broccoli. And if it fits, either chicken or pepperoni plus red onion. Yeah, I like pizza.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Square pizza? herenorthere, have you been hanging out at Frank Pepe's in Wooster Square too long?
    Or Dominos? Their thin-crust square-cut pizza makes me feel funky..

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    I don't go for the Pepe's style of pizza and have never been there or the places that mimic it. A place like that opened in the neighborhood a few years ago and, I don't know how, but it sometimes pumps out the foulest smell I've lived with since living a couple miles downstream of a paper mill in Maine. Fortunately, this smell only travels a few hundred feet before sun and air and the forces of goodness conquer it. It's kind of, but not exactly like burning cheese and seems to happen too often to be accidental.

    As for Pizza Hut, if that's the kind of pizza you like best, I guess it's the best there is. I used to like a personal pan with sausage and jalapeno. But the last few times I tried pizza from there, the sauce and crust seemed sweet and I didn't like it.
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