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2007/02/21 13:00:07 (permalink)

pizza style

How new york style pizza differs from hawaiian,california,chicago and texan?
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    Fieldthistle
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    RE: pizza style 2007/02/21 13:24:02 (permalink)
    Hello All,
    Food10, frankly, I share your ignorance.
    I am not ashamed to admit it.
    Where I live, near Harrisonburg, Va., we have
    many pizza places, but few advertise what "pizza style.
    Only two say what "style." Ciro's chicago style and
    Roman Delight a New York style.
    The only difference I see is chicago style is more
    greasy and oily, while the New York is less greasy and oily.
    That is based on the two that state they have a style.
    I am 51 years old and clueless.
    I just go to the local pizza place I love, Luigui's,
    and order my thin crust, with hamburger and mushrooms.
    I have no clue what style it is, but I love it and that's
    all that matters.
    My daughter and I go to Pizza Hut because it is a place
    we made memories in hard times. I have no clue what
    style they make, but we love it.
    I have done nothing to answer your question and I am sorry.
    But pizza has become a food of emotion and comfort. I
    was sharing my source of emotion and comfort. Thank You.
    Take Care,
    Fieldthistle
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    RE: pizza style 2007/02/21 13:29:19 (permalink)


    Hawaiian pizza? When I was in Oahu last November, I went through the phone book looking for all sorts of places to eat. There is no real, good pizza on that island. Not that I was searching for it, but all I saw were chains. There is a local chain that does have many stores, but who goes to Hawaii for pizza? Don't say that a Hawaiian pizza is pineapple and ham. That can be found all around the country. It is not unique. Especially when it is made by a pizza chain there or here.
    There was a Pizza Hut at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and it amazed me that it was so busy.

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    RE: pizza style 2007/02/21 13:33:42 (permalink)
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    There was a Pizza Hut at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and it amazed me that it was so busy.


    I remember pulling into a town on a business trip with a secretary, she said "oh good, there's a country kitchen". My brother and I said "you'll never see the inside of it". She would have dined there all three days, but instead she still talks about the "different" places we went.
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    RE: pizza style 2007/02/21 13:34:58 (permalink)

    ====There was a Pizza Hut at the Hilton Hawaiian Village and it amazed me that it was so busy.==

    My memory came back and it was a Round Table Pizza. Still, I didn't eat there, but I used to like them when I lived in California.

    ===I am 51 years old and clueless.===

    Born in '56 and it doesn't get better....

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    RE: pizza style 2007/02/22 12:06:43 (permalink)
    To me I think the styles are:

    NY style: Thin crust, spicy sauce, (sauce, meats, cheese) easily folded in half to be eaten on the go.

    Chicago Style: Deep Dish, built backwards (cheese, sauce, meats)

    Cali Style: Different toppings then you would normally put on a pizza (different veggies like asparagas), wood fired,

    TX style: BBQ sauce, meats, onions & peppers, cheese on a thin crust


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