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GTripp0012 08-19-2006 03:45 PM

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It has to be deep dish. If I say thin crust, the Cook County Sheriff would be sent to my house to kill me on the spot. I don't want that.

Bushead 08-19-2006 08:57 PM

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Deep Dish all the way. I , too, feel like i'm losing money by not getting it.

EternalEnigma21 08-19-2006 11:40 PM

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[quote=BrudLee;205452]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.[/quote]


Well put... Thats why this man is the Friggin Genius!

Im with you on the thin crust 100%!

joecrisp 08-20-2006 09:02 AM

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Bottom's Up here in Richmond has some pretty amazing deep-dish, but more often than not I'll go for the thinner, Italian-style crust. I agree with Brud and canthetuna's crust-as-delivery-mechanism assessments. For me, it's what's on top of the pizza that matters most. Sure, a well-made crust can enhance the pizza-eating experience, but if the toppings are crap, having nice dough underneath isn't going to do anything for me.

dmek25 08-20-2006 10:22 AM

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deep dish for dmek and thin crust for the family. it seems like with the thin crust automatically comes oodles and oodles of grease. there is just something that turns me off about eating pizza and grease dripping all over the place

skinsfanthru&thru 08-20-2006 11:09 AM

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[QUOTE=joecrisp;205890]Bottom's Up here in Richmond has some pretty amazing deep-dish, but more often than not I'll go for the thinner, Italian-style crust. I agree with Brud and canthetuna's crust-as-delivery-mechanism assessments. For me, it's what's on top of the pizza that matters most. Sure, a well-made crust can enhance the pizza-eating experience, but if the toppings are crap, having nice dough underneath isn't going to do anything for me.[/QUOTE]

so would u recommend Bottom's Up? I've heard they aren't too bad but at 6.75 a slice it's expensive as all hell.

dmek25 08-20-2006 11:44 AM

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who the hell would pay $6.75 for a slice of pizza?

joecrisp 08-20-2006 12:39 PM

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[QUOTE=skinsfanthru&thru;205906]so would u recommend Bottom's Up? I've heard they aren't too bad but at 6.75 a slice it's expensive as all hell.[/QUOTE]

Yeah, Bottom's Up is definitely the best deep-dish pizza in Richmond, so if that's your thing, you've got to try it. As far as the price, their slices are huge, and they're usually loaded with toppings. This is the kind of pizza slice you have to eat with a fork and a knife, and most folks can't eat much more than a single slice. So really, if you compare it to most other entrees on any other casual dining menu, it's really about average.

I still prefer an authentic Italian thin-crust to any deep-dish I've had thus far. Of course, I've never had real Chicago deep-dish, nor have I had a NY slice, so you could say my pizza experience is somewhat limited.

Monkeydad 08-21-2006 08:32 AM

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Deep-dish. Sicilian to be exact.

BDBohnzie 08-21-2006 02:35 PM

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I'm more of a thin crust kind of guy, and since I've never been to Chicago, I can't say that I don't like deep dish.

but to me, locally, Ledo Pizza has the best crust.

NAVYSKINSFAN 08-21-2006 03:16 PM

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I deliver pizzas part time after my real job and the thin crusts are frozen and shipped all over the country. So if you care about freshness then deep dish or regular is the only way to go

tryfuhl 12-12-2009 07:10 AM

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Blame Smoot for me bumping this, but NY style pizza is the best.. thin foldable crust

chicago style is more like an actual pie, doesn't count

tryfuhl 12-12-2009 07:13 AM

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[quote=dmek25;205895]deep dish for dmek and thin crust for the family. it seems like with the thin crust automatically comes oodles and oodles of grease. there is just something that turns me off about eating pizza and grease dripping all over the place[/quote]
You just don't notice all of the grease because sauce is on top in the deep. It's there, and more of it.

DynamiteRave 12-12-2009 02:12 PM

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deep dish easily. i'm not a huge fan of thin crust.

WaldSkins 12-12-2009 02:30 PM

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Without a doubt thin crust is better in my book.


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