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wanderingjew
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2007/10/19 16:03:01 (permalink)
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Originally posted by caver


Of course I've had to smack some northeners that thought BBQ came out of an oven or a bottle too.


That's ok, I'd love to smack some southerners who actually think they have good pizza down there. Tell me, how many folks of meditteranean descent do you have working at your pizza joints?
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2007/10/19 19:37:57 (permalink)
The founders of Pizza King / Sir Pizza were Italian.
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2007/10/19 20:31:57 (permalink)
im from chicago and the only good pizza imho is pusaterris in stuart florida outside of chitown
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2007/10/28 21:48:19 (permalink)
I eat pizza everywhere I travel. I've eaten deep dish in Chicago at Gino's East and Gioradno's, I've eaten in pizza in NYC and the best tasting pizza in Pizza King South, when Fred is working, in Kokomo, Indiana. The flavor - especially the pepperoni - is incredible, and the thin crust is always perfect. The person who posted about Arni's is correct though. I tried Arni's in Rossville, In and it wa snearlya s good as Pizza King South. Pizza King South is so good that I've brought 10-12 half-cooked pies back to Florida with me several times. If I could find a recipe I would be a happy man.
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2008/04/03 15:47:54 (permalink)
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Originally posted by suz1998

Has anyone ever eaten at a Sir Pizza? I grew up eating their pizza for 20 years here in Winter Park, FL. About ten years ago they closed down and I have been searching for one ever since....
Very unique pie, paper thin crust cut into squares and the pepperoni was ground up like beef. Very fond memories of that place.....
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2008/04/03 15:53:37 (permalink)
i live in florida just 15 miles from where sir pizza was. i turned a lot of friends on to it, and still cant figure out why they closed. i think one reason is that it moved to another place then i'm sure the rent went up. i wish i could find all the ingrediants and i'll make my own..... was the best pizza. charlie
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2010/04/26 16:53:45 (permalink)
I'm searching for the owner of Chubby's Thin Crust Pizza, Mike Hays... I want to do some business with him.  It appears that Chubby's is now closed and I haven't been able to find a way to contact Mike.  If anyone knows a way to contact Mike, please reply to this post with the info.

Thanks,
JakeJAMR
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RE: Sir Pizza? 2010/06/01 21:57:31 (permalink)
Still looking for Mike Hays... Chubby's Thin Crust Pizza owner... where did you go Mike?
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