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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 08:02:14 (permalink)
My Dad said decades ago-  "That ain't no pizza.  It's a cassarole that's a pizza wanna-be. And it missed."
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 10:07:25 (permalink)
It is surprising how many members of Roadfood -- a site dedicated to celebrating regional differences in eats -- are utterly intolerant of regional differences in eats.
 
(please note that the above is not directed at Wartoad's dad)
(unless he happens to be a Roadfood member)
 
post edited by TJ Jackson - 2013/11/18 10:09:56
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 10:48:15 (permalink)
beans with that chili? :)
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 10:52:51 (permalink)
I wonder how Jon Stewart feels about Maruca's Pizza Rustica, presented here by our very own CCinNJ.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:02:11 (permalink)
TJ Jackson

It is surprising how many members of Roadfood -- a site dedicated to celebrating regional differences in eats -- are utterly intolerant of regional differences in eats.

(please note that the above is not directed at Wartoad's dad)
(unless he happens to be a Roadfood member)



LOL!  You can direct that at my Dad. (I actually like Chicago style when it's done well.)   He is notoriously picky and opinionated in his eating habits.  He is notoriously opinionated in just about anything, in fact.  He makes our own Mr. Hoffman look like a hugable squeezable little teddy bear.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:13:56 (permalink)
A huggable squeezable little teddy bear?  You're kidding, right?
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:15:36 (permalink)
Fellow old timers maybe you can jog my memory.  I know pizza was a Polish invention but was it thick or thin, Gary or Cleveland, and most important of all, did it come with catsup/ketchup on it or did you have to put your own on?
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:32:26 (permalink)
It was in Gary.
 
This was established many years ago right here in these forums: http://www.roadfood.com/F...ith-Pizza-m248618.aspx
 
Get with the program, dude :-)
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:34:38 (permalink)
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Fellow old timers maybe you can jog my memory.  I know pizza was a Polish invention but was it thick or thin, Gary or Cleveland, and most important of all, did it come with catsup/ketchup on it or did you have to put your own on?

I'm not sure if we ever came to any conclusion if you could put ketchup on a hotdog pizza. 
 
(I have made that before, my 4 year old wanted one.     )
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 11:57:03 (permalink)
I am very huggable. I don't take well, though, to being squeezed.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 12:02:28 (permalink)
TJ Jackson

It is surprising how many members of Roadfood -- a site dedicated to celebrating regional differences in eats -- are utterly intolerant of regional differences in eats.

(please note that the above is not directed at Wartoad's dad)
(unless he happens to be a Roadfood member)


Come now, TJ, who is intolerant of regional differences? Why, I, myself, am among the most tolerant. For instance, I love Cincinnati chili. I just realize that it isn't actually chili. When it comes to the so-called deep dish stuff that is blamed on Chicago I have nothing against it at all. I'm just glad that it is in Chicago, a city so broad-shouldered and vibrant that it can easily handle the fact that the world dismisses its claim to being a Mecca for apizza.

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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 12:12:33 (permalink)
Well said Mr. Hoffman.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 12:35:35 (permalink)
Just so I am clear - I am not singling you out here, MH. 
 
There are plenty of folks with varying degrees of intolerance for regional food differences here, despite the overarching theme of this website being celebration and embrace of regional food differences
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 12:46:48 (permalink)
Chicago, New York, Milwaukee, Gary --- It's all garbage! You'll only find authentic pizza in Naples. And don't be a Neanderthal, use a knife & fork for crying out loud. (Smiley face with tongue stuck out --- ergo, Miley Face)
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:01:23 (permalink)
Heck, everyone knows that Neapolitans traveled to New Haven to learn how to make apizza.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:02:25 (permalink)
TJ Jackson

Just so I am clear - I am not singling you out here, MH. 

There are plenty of folks with varying degrees of intolerance for regional food differences here, despite the overarching theme of this website being celebration and embrace of regional food differences

Heck, it never occurred to me that you were singling me out.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:10:44 (permalink)
Michael Hoffman

Heck, everyone knows that Neapolitans traveled to New Haven to learn how to make apizza.

What does ice cream have to do with apizza?
And why does spell check want me to put a space between the a and the p?
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:27:06 (permalink)
Spell check is an ass. Now, with regard to your perfectly reasonable question about ice cream and apizza, it has always been known that the perfect thing to follow a wonderful apizza (although not a clam pie) is a serving of some sort of Italian ice cream. In many areas spumoni gets the nod, but in Naples and New Haven, for reasons of heritage and pride, Neapolitan is the choice of the cognoscenti.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:33:39 (permalink)
TJ Jackson

It was in Gary.

This was established many years ago right here in these forums: http://www.roadfood.com/F...ith-Pizza-m248618.aspx

Get with the program, dude :-)
Still to this day, I don't think I have ever enjoyed a thread more than that one.  Absolutely priceless!

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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:38:02 (permalink)
Can we agree that anything called "NY Style Pizza" served anywhere other than New York City will be disappointing and probabably atrocious?
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 13:50:19 (permalink)
No, we can't.
 
I know of at least one good source of good NYC style pizza in the greater Cincinnati area, and another in Dayton.
 
There may be others I am unaware of at this point
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 14:12:49 (permalink)
TJ - That seems to be all they sell in Raleigh and after trying their version I decided that Domino's deserved a 2nd chance. I still don't know why anyone would mix vomit in their pizza sauce.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 14:33:28 (permalink)
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Still to this day, I don't think I have ever enjoyed a thread more than that one.  Absolutely priceless!

Given your enjoyment of this thread and your newfound editorial powers here, I recommend clemency for the thread originator, polish_guy, who has been serving a ban without chance of parole for years now
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 14:38:14 (permalink)
Had a very good deep-dish pizza in Chicago at Pizzeria Due last week.  It looked much better that the one in the picture above.  I loved the crust, which must have corn meal in it.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 14:55:15 (permalink)
I've seen cornmeal used to dust the pan or stone on thin crust pizzas, but never in a deep dish pan. Usually they just oil the sweet holy bejeessez out of the pan.  So... cornmeal in the crust?  Kinda begs for chili in the sauce. 
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 15:05:55 (permalink)
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Can we agree that anything called "NY Style Pizza" served anywhere other than New York City will be disappointing and probabably atrocious?

 
No.  I'll grant you that many of them are likely to disappoint, but I'm aware of two places in the Atlanta area that are owned by New Yorkers (Baby Tommy's, whose owner is from Brooklyn and, especially, LaBella's, which is crewed entirely by a family from Long Island).  I just don't get why a pizza made by Long Islanders using the same ingredients that they used on Long Island is going to be worse when it's made in Georgia.  Barometric pressure, I imagine?
 
Similarly, I once had an argument with somebody about how the owner of Roy's Cheesesteaks in Smyrna GA couldn't possibly be making a good philly.  Roy uses the "right" bread (Amoroso's), offers them wit' wiz, and grew up in Cherry Hill.  I declined to continue the debate when informed that Cherry Hill was not actually Philadelphia, as that settled it for the other fellow.  Sheesh!
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 15:08:52 (permalink)
I mail-order my wife a three pack of Lou Malnatti cheese pizzas every year for her birthday.  We've never been disappointed, though if we ever make it in a solid metal pan instead of the throw-away aluminum pan it might be even better.
 
I'm sure people from St Louis naysay New Haven pizza, and folks from Old Forge gainsay New York pizza, etc, etc.
 
If one likes what ever style they like, good for them. Soooo much pizza hated.  Darth Sidious rejoices. 
 
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 15:47:52 (permalink)
Davwud

I don't care what you call it, where it's from or (for the most part) what it consists of, if you make good pizza, I'll love it.

eruby

If one likes what ever style they like, good for them.

 

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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 16:49:29 (permalink)
To me, it's amazing that anyone would think that what Stewart says about pizza deserves a thread at Roadfood.
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Re:Pizza: Chicago vs. NYC - Jon Stewart's take 2013/11/18 17:06:33 (permalink)
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To me, it's amazing that anyone would think that what Stewart says about pizza deserves a thread at Roadfood.


You don't think that truth in food deserves to be on Roadfood?
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