MaxOfMetal's Post Deemed "Dickish"

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  1. Seabeast2000

    Seabeast2000 Tropospheric Holocenian Contributor

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    i have had this, guy who ran the joint went to Naples, IIRC, to learn it. Sadly he closed the store by me during Covid. Great stuff. Fermented dough, etc.
     
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    technomancer Gearus Pimptasticus Super Moderator

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    Yeah the guy here was actually from Naples and brought a HUGE wood-fired oven over with him... they actually had to remove the entire front of the store to move it in then rebuilt it afterwards.
     
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    Hard disagree. Thin crust is great when done in a wood fire/stone oven.

    Deep dish is a pile of dough with sauce and cheese on it that Chicagoans (?) will fight over that it's the superior pie.

    Back to pizza toppings, Greek style is my preference. Tomato, feta , olives, spinach, red onions. Fuck yeah.
     
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    p0ke 7-string guitard

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    Whatever you say :lol: Over here anything that includes a burger bun is a burger.
     
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    LostTheTone Elegant Djentleman

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    I suspect this is a weird vocabulary thing... Over here a "sandwich" would only ever mean something constructed from two actual slices of bread from a load. We would never have called a "submarine sandwich" a sandwich until Subway showed up here; we would always have called it a "roll" (cuz it's made on a bread roll). So, a bacon roll is distinct from a bacon sandwich.

    The burger bun doesn't not alone make for a burger, IMHO, but we would never call something in a bun a sandwich.
     
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    I too hear this same thing a lot, but really when I say I want a burger I'm referring to the meat. Otherwise, if I want a chicken sandwich, I call it just that. To each their own. Tomayto, tomahto.
     
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    nobody actually from illinois/the midwest is going to choose deep dish over thin cracker crust. Plus Detroit style>>>>>NY or Chicago pizza
     
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    I’m from the Quad Cities in Illinois/Iowa and there’s a style of pizza from here no one has mentioned where the cheese is on top of all the toppings and the crust is super thin and everything usually just falls off, basically I think it’s ok but will take Chicago deep dish over others.
     
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    Are you referring to the "real" Chicago style pizza, the sort of "bar style" thin crust?
     
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    .... What a weird thread lolol.
    Personally ive always found max to be super helpful when ive had any site issues and has always had great comments etc for the 5 years or so ive been here. Nothin but a stand up feller!
    I dont get it lol.
     
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    Gmork SS.org Regular

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    Im only on page 10 of this thread, LOTS of fast food talk.. i just wanna say that Arbys hand down is the best! Their little roastbeef sandwiches with nothing but a bun and meat is god like. Im crushed as there are no arbys on the island i live on and in other parts of Canada they seem to be dwindling..... Sigh
     
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    duuude....dude.. Midwesterners will totally choose deep dish over some tiny thin crust pizza. Have you seen the size of people in there? haha
     
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    I'm literally from the midwest and nobody except tourists in chicago eat deep dish. Thin crust or more of a neapolitan/ny crust are far more prevalent ime.
     
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    You must be from that northern Midwest. Come down to Missourah! lol

    ...and don't you dare call it the South. it's not the south lol
     
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    Everybody that hates on deep dish usually is thinking of a stuffed pizza. A regular deep dish ala Lou Mal's is less stupidly proportioned.
     
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    Actually... don't go to Missourah. People are mean there....and kinda crazy.
     
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    Definitely deep dish, I’m not too into thin crust pizza. Pizza is pizza, usually, but IMO deep dish is superior.
     
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    if a pizza is good... like if the sauce, veggies, and meat are fresh, it has the perfect blend of herbs and seasonings, and the crust tastes good, I couldn't care less if it's deep dish, stuffed, paper thin, "traditional"... whatever. Imma eat it. I'll even ignore going skimpy on the cheese as long as the whole thing tastes good and fresh.
     
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    That's how these guys do it. I never even really knew Neapolitan pizza was a thing... Apparently you either love it or hate it. I find this place and everything they make amazing, but the only thing is it just doesn't seem to hold up very well at all for take-out.

    https://www.vpizza.com/history
     
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