The Pizza Thread

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  • PJ_SoulPJ_Soul Vancouver, BCPosts: 47,551
    mcgruff10 said:
    rgambs said:
    I may get banned for this, but...
    Damn, aren't you getting tired of pizza??? lol
    You are ALWAYS welcome in my pizza thread, gambs!  Gotta maintain the balance from the NY/NJ "cardboard lords."  :lol:
    Wow. Those are fighting words. 
    H-h-h-h-h-h-eh!  (my best typed impression of Peter Griffin chuckling).
    Your onomatopoeia skills need a little work! :lol:
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  • F Me In The BrainF Me In The Brain this knows everybody from other commetsPosts: 16,708
    NY/NJ Pizza Authority (NYNJPA) represent!

    I was in an airport today and almost projectile vomited when I saw slices of doughy goop. 
    People will call anything pizza ;)
    Wanted to take a pic for y'all to scoff at but I resisted.  If people like it and they are hungry I am fine with it.  (But it looked disgusting)


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  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 25,160
    Padova pizza

    meh.

    give me some ohio pizza.
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  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    Caio e Pepe unbelievably good!!
  • H.ChinaskiH.Chinaski Brooklyn, NYPosts: 1,456
    Caio e Pepe unbelievably good!!
    #drool
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  • bbiggsbbiggs Posts: 3,495
    Caio e Pepe unbelievably good!!
    Is it like fettuccine Alfredo? 
  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    bbiggs said:
    Caio e Pepe unbelievably good!!
    Is it like fettuccine Alfredo? 
    No cream. Parmigiana regiano black pepper and butter. Most basic dish of all time and the best.
  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    This is a broccoli flan. I don’t know what the fuck that is but it’s delicious 
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 19,708
    This is a broccoli flan. I don’t know what the fuck that is but it’s delicious 
    daaaaaaaamn
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • Cliffy6745Cliffy6745 Posts: 28,869
    edited June 2018
    Caio e Pepe unbelievably good!!
    This is one of the best dishes in the world, when done well 
    Post edited by Cliffy6745 on
  • bbiggsbbiggs Posts: 3,495
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
  • H.ChinaskiH.Chinaski Brooklyn, NYPosts: 1,456
    edited June 2018
    Inspired by some of your dope looking pies from Italia. Pizza night at mine in Brooklyn. Sausies and Shrooms on the first and all the veggies on the 2nd. Not too shabby!
    Post edited by H.Chinaski on
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  • Inspired by some of your dope looking pies from Italia. Pizza night at mine in Brooklyn. Sausies and Shrooms on the first and all the veggies on the 2nd. Not too shabby!

    You're doing great work with the pizzas!

    I'll take the sausage and shrooms (my favourite combo... with green olives as well).
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  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 14,691
    Great lookin pies Chinaski! I’m not a shroom fan but otherwise that’s mouthwatering! Veggie pie looks freakin amazing.
  • bbiggsbbiggs Posts: 3,495
    Nice work on the pies Chinaski! What kinda shrooms are we talking about there? ;) 
  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    I hope you win that argument!! Keep me posted I can recommend some places if you like. 
  • rgambsrgambs Posts: 12,055
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.
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  • H.ChinaskiH.Chinaski Brooklyn, NYPosts: 1,456
    bbiggs said:
    Nice work on the pies Chinaski! What kinda shrooms are we talking about there? ;) 
    Thanks ya'll! I like to use baby bella's. 
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  • HobbesHobbes Pacific NorthwestPosts: 4,153
    Chin-chin, Chinaski. Pies look great.
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 19,708
    rgambs said:
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.
    I ate one of the best meals of my life in Bolzano: home made gnocchi with crab meat and red sauce along with some local red wine.  
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • mcgruff10mcgruff10 New JerseyPosts: 19,708

    bbiggs said:
    Nice work on the pies Chinaski! What kinda shrooms are we talking about there? ;) 
    Thanks ya'll! I like to use baby bella's. 
    Yeah excellent looking pies!
    I'll ride the wave where it takes me......
  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    Inspired by some of your dope looking pies from Italia. Pizza night at mine in Brooklyn. Sausies and Shrooms on the first and all the veggies on the 2nd. Not too shabby!
    Beauties !!
  • HesCalledDyerHesCalledDyer MarylandPosts: 14,691
    mcgruff10 said:
    rgambs said:
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.
    I ate one of the best meals of my life in Bolzano: home made gnocchi with crab meat and red sauce along with some local red wine.  
    That sounds incredible!
  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 25,160
    rgambs said:
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.

    don’t know about the northern italian, but I had a buddy in vegas who had been a sous chef at caesars palace and later cooked at a “real” italian place in a strip mall. the sauces were much more brown than red. food was incredible. funny, tho, one night we capped off all the italian food with shots of ouzo. :lol:
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  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 25,160
    rgambs said:
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.

    don’t know about the northern italian, but I had a buddy in vegas who had been a sous chef at caesars palace and later cooked at a “real” italian place in a strip mall. the sauces were much more brown than red. food was incredible. funny, tho, one night we capped off all the italian food with shots of ouzo. :lol:
    If I had known then what I know now...

    Vegas 93, Vegas 98, Vegas 00 (10 year show), Vegas 03, Vegas 06
    VIC 07
    EV LA1 08
    Seattle1 09, Seattle2 09, Salt Lake 09, LA4 09
    Columbus 10
    EV LA 11
    Vancouver 11
    Missoula 12
    Portland 13, Spokane 13
    St. Paul 14, Denver 14
    Philly I & II, 16
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,949
    I SAW PEARL JAM
  • WobbieWobbie Posts: 25,160
    ^^^ too obtuse for me.

    ????????
    If I had known then what I know now...

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    VIC 07
    EV LA1 08
    Seattle1 09, Seattle2 09, Salt Lake 09, LA4 09
    Columbus 10
    EV LA 11
    Vancouver 11
    Missoula 12
    Portland 13, Spokane 13
    St. Paul 14, Denver 14
    Philly I & II, 16
  • NinetytworulesNinetytworules BostonPosts: 393
    Wobbie said:
    rgambs said:
    bbiggs said:
    The recent food posts by ninetytworules has opened my eyes to a whole new world. Lol. I’m literally trying to convince my wife to go to Italy for our upcoming 10 year anniversary because of this! Looks amazing. 
    Head up to the Dolomites if you do!
    Typical "Italian" food gets all the attention but we found the Austro-Hungarian influenced fare to be more interesting.  The flavor profiles and choices were MUCH more diverse.  German style bread and wines may be the most underrated European delights.
    Plus the scenery absolutely destroys anything south of Trento and the town's are far less touristy.

    don’t know about the northern italian, but I had a buddy in vegas who had been a sous chef at caesars palace and later cooked at a “real” italian place in a strip mall. the sauces were much more brown than red. food was incredible. funny, tho, one night we capped off all the italian food with shots of ouzo. :lol:
    Cool story Bro!
  • dankinddankind I am not your foot. Posts: 13,949
    edited June 2018
    Wobbie said:
    ^^^ too obtuse for me.

    ????????
    YOU’RE too obtuse!

    http://community.pearljam.com/discussion/266838/the-you-are-thread#latest
    Post edited by dankind on
    I SAW PEARL JAM
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