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  • #2
    We need a Bewbs vs Butt thread.

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    • #3
      hand tossed -

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      • #4
        Thick crust is better, pizza crust is not supposed to be crunchy

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        • #5
          Just dust the pan with a bit o flour and top it with meat and veggies!

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          • #6
            depends on the day and the place

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            • #7
              Originally posted by CBF1 View Post
              Thick crust is better, pizza crust is not supposed to be crunchy
              You sir, are an idiot and clearly know nothing of neither football nor pizza!

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              • #8
                Well, I'm kind of a p***Y, so I don't like a massive amount of meat in a deep dish style. Give me thicker crust, good sauce and cheese, pepperoni, veggies...YUM.

                Even the thin crust hippy pizza stuff you can get nowadays with chicken and artichoke heart and stuff...that's not terrible either.

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                • #9
                  Ray's New York Pizza

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                  • #10
                    Thin, light on the sauce with slices of fresh mozarella from a coal fired oven is the way to go.

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                    • #11
                      Love me some za....I like thin crust, regular crust, and deep dish.

                      I love rolling into someplace new and trying out some of the local pizza.

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                      • #12
                        Brick or Coal Oven.

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                        • #13
                          both. Pizza is good food. Deep Dish for sit down restuarant that you might want a fork. thin slice is for the go.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by WABronco View Post
                            Well, I'm kind of a p***Y, so I don't like a massive amount of meat in a deep dish style. Give me thicker crust, good sauce and cheese, pepperoni, veggies...YUM.

                            Even the thin crust hippy pizza stuff you can get nowadays with chicken and artichoke heart and stuff...that's not terrible either.
                            I make a great chicken, artichoke heart, garlic, alfredo sauce pizza but not with a thin crust. I don't like thin crust either, CBF is right, it should not be crunchy. I don't need it to be deep dish necessarily, I just like a fresh bread tasting crust. Love a good stuffed cheese crust too but those are hard to find.

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                            • #15
                              Honestly I love both and would prefer both over the standard crust. Deep dish for sure if I'm super hungry though. If not I'll go thin.

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