14 Pizzas Worth Dying For

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2009/04/22 23:21:29 (permalink)
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    carolina bob
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/22 23:40:09 (permalink)
    After viewing those fourteen monstrosities, I don't think I'll ever be able to eat pizza again ( you believe that, don't you? )
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    NYPIzzaNut
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/23 00:16:30 (permalink)
    markolenski

    http://thispiggy.com/2009/04/22/14-pizzas-worth-dying-for/
     
    ..this is the real McCoy..


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    Greymo
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/23 07:54:18 (permalink)
    Those" pizzas " are the dumbest things I ever have seen called pizza.  Good grief!  Pass the Tums, please.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/24 10:09:03 (permalink)
    Have you tried I want NY pizza . com?????
     
    Is it any good?  I tried the other mail order place and they use muenster cheese.  echhh! 
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/24 12:58:40 (permalink)
    No I was just looking for an image of a NY pizza after looking at those atrocities and came across that photo.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/24 13:52:46 (permalink)
    I think that there is a new food category that should be called "stuntfood".   I keep running into links on the internet to blog collections of photos of absurd and/or nauseating dishes that seem to have been prepared by twenty-somethings or teenagers to impress each other with how disgusting or ridiculous they can be.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/24 14:36:48 (permalink)
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    markolenski

    http://thispiggy.com/2009/04/22/14-pizzas-worth-dying-for/

    ..this is the real McCoy..




    Right on! 
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/04/24 15:20:44 (permalink)
    MiamiDon

    I think that there is a new food category that should be called "stuntfood".   I keep running into links on the internet to blog collections of photos of absurd and/or nauseating dishes that seem to have been prepared by twenty-somethings or teenagers to impress each other with how disgusting or ridiculous they can be.


    Totally agree.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/17 22:15:57 (permalink)
    OMG, I must be pms'ing.....some of those pies looked darn good!  Gotta love chick hormones!
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/17 22:24:02 (permalink)
    Navy_Brat913

    OMG, I must be pms'ing.....some of those pies looked darn good!  Gotta love chick hormones!



    Bremerton huh, I was born and rasied in Port Orchard, anyways I would eat almost all of those things seperate but none of them together!
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/17 22:28:42 (permalink)
    Lol, me too........but again, the hormone thing makes most crap look good:D
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/17 23:02:47 (permalink)
    In case this has not been posted here before: Domino's Tests Limits of What Humans Will Eat
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/18 00:44:42 (permalink)
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    markolenski

    http://thispiggy.com/2009/04/22/14-pizzas-worth-dying-for/

    ..this is the real McCoy..




    That would be number one in my book. 
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    SuperSoCal6787
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/28 17:55:23 (permalink)
    The Bacon Cheese Pizza Burger seems way too much for me!
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/05/30 17:44:02 (permalink)
    This "stuntfood"/thisiswhyyourefat.com junk is approching "icanhascheesebuger"-level annoying. Add to it the fact that it's a waste of food most of the time,  and it's disturbing.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/01 16:06:45 (permalink)
    Hey I'm new here.  Just wanted to drop my hello.  Some of the food on Thisiswhyyourefat.com is something I would probably try.  Now most of the stuff just makes you not want to eat anything. 
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 10:00:17 (permalink)
    Shouldn't that read "14 pizzas to die FROM!!!!"--as an Italian-American these disgust me!
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:19:10 (permalink)
    Only the Chicago stuffed looks worth eating. Plus it's the only real pizza in the lineup -- all the others are clearly made up just to be outrageous, gross, whatever ... they look like the nightmare you'd have if you ate them right before bedtime ...
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:21:39 (permalink)
    Agreed.  I have had Chicago style pies that looked like the stuffed crust there.  One slice is enough for a day.  :)
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:31:26 (permalink)
    Hey, Inthewater, I was in your neck of the woods recently on business and ate at Chuck's -- some great thin-crust pizza there. Next day, my friends at AE Dairy took me to the Latin King ...
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:31:31 (permalink)
    While I prefer thin crust pizza, I took my cousins to Pizzaria Due in Chicago for the stuffed crust.They are from California and have never experienced this.We loved it!! As for the rest, absolutely yuck!!
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:42:40 (permalink)
    Just to clarify -- it's stuffed pizza.
     
    "Stuffed crust" is what Pizza Hut sells with extra cheese crammed inside the outer lip of crust.
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 11:50:03 (permalink)
    Yeah, it is stuffed piza.  Sorry, my bad.  :)  Chuck's is a great old place to get pizza.  It has "character", if you know what I mean.  A lot of people are surprised to find some really good Italian eateries in Iowa, and especially Des Moines.  They think of us as the "meat and potatoes" folks, or the 'breaded pork tenderloin" folks.  Des Moines had, and still does have, a very large Italian population that have been here for quite some time.  You can find some really good stuff, here.  How did you like Latin King?  It is a nice little joint.  I might suggest Tumea and Son's down on the south side, if you feel like taking a longer trip next time.  Also good stuff, but not quite as nice of a place.

    Anyway, glad you dig the grub here.  I think we get a bad rap, but there is some good stuff here.  Just gotta look for it.  You like authentic Asian food?  We have some great little places.  :)
    post edited by Inthewater - 2009/06/02 11:51:42
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 12:25:26 (permalink)
    they're not pizzas they're just flat dough with crap on top. 
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    Re:14 Pizzas Worth Dying For 2009/06/02 12:41:25 (permalink)
    The Latin King was very good. I've been there twice now, both during my business visits to AE Dairy (the CEO went to grade school with the owner). I probably would have enjoyed my lunches even more had I not been already filled up from participating in AE's weekly product tasting ;)
     
    P.S. I also had a Smitty's king tenderloin on this trip ...
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