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Big_Ted

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  • Joined: 6/10/2007
  • Location: Freeport, IL
Scoring/Rating Pizza Mon, 01/7/08 4:35 AM (permalink)
I've worked in a number of pizza places. Only one was a mom n' pop place and it had a great reputation. I'm 2 hours outside of Chicago.

My buddy and I are talking about openning a pizza place. So now that I'm faced with the possibility of being da boss, I'm finding myself slightly confused as to what style we'll do.

How many of you kind folks rate the crust above the sauce, or vice-versa.

Square or round?

I know it is a regional question and more importantly, if the crust is great but the sauce ain't, it's a bad pie. It's a complete package.

So what jumps out at you when you first check into a pizza? Do you look at the cheese to see if it melted right?

How many folks prefer the sweet sauces to the spicy ones? D'agostino's in Chicago uses basically stewed tomatoes. Kinda like Lou Malnatti's.

Everybody has their own criteria, I'm just asking what your's happens to be.

 
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