Eating pizza with peace of mind

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2004/11/06 23:54:49 (permalink)

Eating pizza with peace of mind




I for one just go for a pizza! Order what I want on it and leave it at that. Now reading the article (link posted below) when they start talking a slice thats 1/8th of a 12 inch thin crust pizza... Well, getting too serious for me.. Load mine up! Years ago they told me it was healthy!! Too late to teach an old dog new tricks. But thought I'd post the link in case anyones intrested.

(And there is a chain mentioned in the article, so I felt it should fit this forum).

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/6402378/

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    carlton pierre
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    RE: Eating pizza with peace of mind 2004/11/07 00:38:48 (permalink)
    I really like Donato's pizza. Of course it cannot be had here in Knoxville so I only get it when I go to Cincy or farther north.
    I for one am learning to eat smaller amounts of pizza.

    carl reitz
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    UncleVic
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    RE: Eating pizza with peace of mind 2004/11/07 01:07:46 (permalink)
    quote:
    Originally posted by carlton pierre

    I really like Donato's pizza. Of course it cannot be had here in Knoxville so I only get it when I go to Cincy or farther north.
    I for one am learning to eat smaller amounts of pizza.

    carl reitz


    Yup, same here... I liked Donatos when they where around here... But all of them in our neck of the woods, entire state if I heard correctly, have been history for about 3 years now... Was a fairly good tasting pizza considering it came from a chain...
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