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SmootSmack 08-18-2006 08:14 PM

Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
Continuing our food theme of the day, how do you like your pizza?

hooskins 08-18-2006 08:19 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
Wow this really depends, I mean you could have some killer chicago deep dish, or some great italian thin crust. I would honestly pick a bit of both, because if done right, they are both amazing. But I am gonna go with thin crust, assuming is is a nice italian one, not shitty pizza hut.

hooskins 08-18-2006 08:21 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
TAF are you gonna pick, or are you just gonna wait to see what the cool pick is, and go from there? Lol jk.

SmootSmack 08-18-2006 08:30 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
I do whatever The Ego tells me to do...

Actually, I think 2 out of 3 times I'd pick deep dish. First deep dish I ever had was at Pizzeria Due in Chicago. That was awesome. Deep dish pizza in Chicago is amazing, but if you're not in Chicago the deep dish isn't as good.

itvnetop 08-18-2006 08:37 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
i'd actually have to split also... you can't beat a chi-town deep dish, but the NY slice is my favorite.

Gmanc711 08-18-2006 08:37 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
Deep Dish times 1000. I hate thin crust

wolfeskins 08-18-2006 08:49 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
i'll take "thin" for the win.

hooskins 08-18-2006 09:07 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
[quote=Gmanc711;205400]Deep Dish times 1000. I hate thin crust[/quote]
thin crust hates you...

hooskins 08-18-2006 09:08 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
[quote=TAFKAS;205398]I do whatever The Ego tells me to do...

Actually, I think 2 out of 3 times I'd pick deep dish. First deep dish I ever had was at Pizzeria Due in Chicago. That was awesome. Deep dish pizza in Chicago is amazing, but if you're not in Chicago the deep dish isn't as good.[/quote]

Uno's anywhere on the east coast is decent, but nothing compared to Chicago. But Uno's deep dish dominates most other deep dish in the area.

skinsfanthru&thru 08-19-2006 12:21 AM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
out of the 2 I lean more towards thin crust but I love a "pan" or "original" style crust that has some crispness to the outside but nice and chewy on the inside.

FRPLG 08-19-2006 12:57 AM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
Apples and oranges. Whichever suits my mood. Thin is probably the go to on most occasions considering there are few places that do good deep dish outside of Unos.

mooby 08-19-2006 02:12 AM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
I like deep dish, thin crust feels like i'm paying more for less.

BrudLee 08-19-2006 11:05 AM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
I went thin crust, because (but for a few exceptions) crust is merely the delivery mechanism for cheese, toppings, and sauce. Oh, sure, there are a few delicious crusts out there, but I'm eating pizza because I want all the good stuff on top.

It's the logic behind the Double Stuff Oreo. That cookie sells. I don't see a stampede for the Extra Cookie Oreo.

EEich 08-19-2006 11:34 AM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
There is clearly a time and place for thin crust pizza, but having grown up in the neighborhood of Old Forge, PA pizza, I learned to love pizza with body. Old Forge is famous for it's double crust white pizza. I used to eat it by the tray. If you haven't had it... it's definitely worth the pilgrimage. Ghigarelli's, Arcaro and Genell's, and Revello's were my faves back in the day.

Luckily, I now live 30 minutes from New Haven which has some pretty famous 'za in it's own right, albeit thin crust. Pepe's, Modern, Bar and Sally's are all top notch.

Read about Old Forge and New Haven Pizza here: [url=http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pizza]Pizza - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia[/url]

Here's a recipe for Old Forge white... I gotta try it: [url=http://www.stephencooks.com/2005/10/old_forge_white.html]Stephencooks : Old Forge White Pizza[/url]

Mattyk 08-19-2006 12:47 PM

Re: Deep Dish or Thin Crust
 
Depends on what I'm in the mood for, both are great in their own right. But overall I prefer thin crust, NYC style.

You haven't had pizza until you've had authentic NYC pizza.


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