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  • BigdavoBigdavo BrisbanePosts: 2,065Member

    Originally posted by HYPERI0N

    Originally posted by Dekron

    Originally posted by Thydus

    uhuh im from italy and im sorry for u guys but if u want to eat the best pizza u need come here :)

    Want to try the best of pizza? take Pizza margherita the easy one without nothig :)

    Italian pizza is some of the worst I've ever eaten.

     

    Agreed. Sadly what passef for authentic pizza in itally well its primitive.

    Haha don't know where you silly mugs ate, but when I visited Rome I had a bunch of genuine pizza's, cooked the right way in a clay oven. God, Americans...

    But tbh, the best Pizza I had was a Calzone, a type of folded over pizza, and this was in Dubai, U.A.E. of all places! It was absolutely beautiful.

    O_o o_O

  • Scubie67Scubie67 Thomasville, NCPosts: 1,001Member

    Originally posted by Bigdavo

    Originally posted by HYPERI0N

    Originally posted by Dekron

    Originally posted by Thydus

    uhuh im from italy and im sorry for u guys but if u want to eat the best pizza u need come here :)

    Want to try the best of pizza? take Pizza margherita the easy one without nothig :)

    Italian pizza is some of the worst I've ever eaten.

     

    Agreed. Sadly what passef for authentic pizza in itally well its primitive.

    Haha don't know where you silly mugs ate, but when I visited Rome I had a bunch of genuine pizza's, cooked the right way in a clay oven. God, Americans...

    But tbh, the best Pizza I had was a Calzone, a type of folded over pizza, and this was in Dubai, U.A.E. of all places! It was absolutely beautiful.

     Calzone=high end Hot Pocket

  • GruntyGrunty TexasPosts: 7,061Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Scubie67

     Calzone=high end Hot Pocket

    Calzones are great. Hot Pockets aren't worth the cardboard they come in.

  • ScalebaneScalebane La Junta, COPosts: 2,225Member

     

    best pizza ever

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  • GruntyGrunty TexasPosts: 7,061Member Uncommon

    Originally posted by Scalebane

     

    best pizza ever

    Thanks for that insight. I can now add you to the list of people whose food choices don't match mine. Or to those with twisted humor. I'll have to think about that.

  • Scubie67Scubie67 Thomasville, NCPosts: 1,001Member

    Originally posted by grunty

    Originally posted by Scubie67

     Calzone=high end Hot Pocket

    Calzones are great. Hot Pockets aren't worth the cardboard they come in.

      Naw still the same

  • ScalebaneScalebane La Junta, COPosts: 2,225Member

    Originally posted by grunty

    Originally posted by Scalebane

     

    best pizza ever

    Thanks for that insight. I can now add you to the list of people whose food choices don't match mine. Or to those with twisted humor. I'll have to think about that.

    hahahaha

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  • ScalebaneScalebane La Junta, COPosts: 2,225Member

    Originally posted by Scubie67

    Originally posted by grunty


    Originally posted by Scubie67



     Calzone=high end Hot Pocket

    Calzones are great. Hot Pockets aren't worth the cardboard they come in.

      Naw still the same

    hot pockets mess up my stomach lol.  well most frozen food from the store is aweful.  also store bought tortilla's omg so grossssssss...homeade is the only way to go.

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  • Scubie67Scubie67 Thomasville, NCPosts: 1,001Member

    Originally posted by Scalebane

    Originally posted by Scubie67

    Originally posted by grunty

    Originally posted by Scubie67

     Calzone=high end Hot Pocket

    Calzones are great. Hot Pockets aren't worth the cardboard they come in.

      Naw still the same

    hot pockets mess up my stomach lol.  well most frozen food from the store is aweful.  also store bought tortilla's omg so grossssssss...homeade is the only way to go.

      Try Marie Callendars' .Still not home made but far and away the best microve frozen meals out there ,hands down.

  • blazersmackblazersmack Cedar Grove, AZPosts: 6Member

    "Finn’s Pizza in Homer, Alaska is as good as any pizza I’ve had outside of Manhattan and Brooklyn..."Sasha Raupp and Bjorn Larsenuses use "only organic ingredients knows that a light hand is best. And the crust — oh, the crust — he knows how to char the bottom without burning it." You have to taste it to believe it. YUM! YUM! YUM!

  • dylmon36dylmon36 BernePosts: 5Member

    Neapolitan, ............................. yeah very tasty and mouth watering............... I hope I can learned how to cook this by myself:)))))))))))))))))

  • abcrotta63abcrotta63 MilanPosts: 10Member

    No Crust pizza. haha that's the best pizza for me. it's unique and affordable

  • dmlos53dmlos53 PraguePosts: 9Member

    Pepperoni Pizza. uhmmmm. YUMMY. It's my favorite :)))))))))))))))

  • DailyBuzzDailyBuzz Athens, GAPosts: 2,306Member

    Peppino's basic pepperoni is the clear winner. Pretty much anything off the Mellow Mushroom menu is definitely second place (it's fantastic for a small chain).

    I had several pizzas in Italy as well. Unfortunately, fat's where the flavor is. The fresh vegetables and dough just doesn't compete with my instinct to feast just one link beneath myself on the food chain.

    Chicken-bacon-ranch pizza is also surprisingly good, fyi.

  • one_shotone_shot WoensdrechtPosts: 7Member

    Pizza Hut (corporately known as Pizza Hut, Inc.) is an American restaurant chain and international franchise that offers different styles of pizza along with side dishes including pasta, buffalo wings, breadsticks, and garlic bread.



    Pizza Hut is a subsidiary of Yum! Brands, Inc., (the world's largest restaurant company.) According to its corporate website, there are more than 6,000 Pizza Hut restaurants in the United States, and more than 5,600 store locations in 94 other countries and territories around the world.

    I LOVE PIZZA HUT!!

  • ermn147ermn147 BekshrinePosts: 5Member

    hawaian pizza. uhmmmm yummy...

  • nigellalukesnigellalukes New York, NYPosts: 2Member

    New York, New York… Its a hell of a town!!! The Bronx is up and the Battery’s down!!! Speaking of down and in, there’s a pizza place worth checking out just off the “L” train stop off 14th and 1st. The place is called Luzzo’s.

    Hmmm, where have I heard of this place before? I distinctly remember a Ms. Gabriella from Positano’s dare tell me that Luzzo’s was the best pizza in all of New York City. Well, let’s find out if she was right. Luzzo’s sports an additional namesake of a once famous pizzeria (Una Pizza Napoletana), formerly on 2nd Avenue and 12th Street (now Motorino’s). This downtown East Village scene is like sticking your finger into a wet outlet. It has buzz and excitement all around. It was no different last Thursday when yours truly picked a Plum and hit the charts with a solid 7.

  • CleffyCleffy San Diego, CAPosts: 4,625Member Uncommon

    Best pizza I have had was in a little pizza place in the suburbs of Chicago.  Just plain cheese and damn good.  For toppings I like slices of Tomato and Bacon.

  • gamelist009gamelist009 SofiaPosts: 6Member

    kolipoki pizza. from hawaii. uhhmmm so yummy. you can dance while eating it.

  • overyou123overyou123 New york, NYPosts: 5Member

    hawaiian pizza. uhm yummy. the sweet pineapple chunks will do the magic trick of that pizza...

  • Bgriffin50Bgriffin50 MelbournePosts: 2Member

    Pizza is awesome: This is my favorite pizza place. Their lunch specials are great. The murals on the wall make you think your in a Boston pizza shop.

    Boston Pizza


    There’s a Canadian pizza franchise called BOSTON PIZZA that I was interested in for obvious reasons. After a little research, I found out (from their own website, no less) that Boston Pizza really has no ties whatsoever to Beantown. The truth is that they basically just exploited the name to add credibility to their pie: “Boston was a recognizable and established name… it was the ‘Big Leagues’”.


    They don’t even have any locations in Massachusetts! I suppose the name Edmonton Pizza wouldn’t have sounded quite as legit.


    I also noticed that their slogan – “You’re among friends at Boston Pizza” – is very much reminiscent of the “where everybody knows your name” tagline from cheers which actually does have legitimate historical origins in Boston).

  • WSIMikeWSIMike Catskill, NYPosts: 5,564Member

    If we're talking "major chains", then Papa John's.

    If we're talking local and independently owned, then either 'Angela's' or 'Giordano's Brick Oven Pizza'.

    As for toppings.. I'll often just go with a plain pie, then put hot sauce on it. Or I get hawaiian-style.

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  • GTwanderGTwander San Diego, CAPosts: 6,035Member

    Round Table's Wombo Combo;    pepperoni, sausage, salami,. artichoke hearts, tomato slices, green onion and garlic cloves.

    At 30$ a pie you can expect it to be epic. Runner-up goes to anchovies.

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  • FraconsFracons VenicePosts: 7Member

    hawaiian pizza, that's my favorite

  • freeatlast12freeatlast12 StockholmPosts: 5Member

    pepperonni pizza...

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