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  • Total Posts: 126
  • Joined: 12/4/2009
  • Location: finleyville, PA
pizza in the Burgh Tue, 01/19/10 9:54 AM (permalink)
I have been around here before talking about pizza. For the most part i like it crisp,
so it snaps. I have been hearing about Vincent's pizza here for a long time, and
finally got there. Its like no other pizza I have had. Its seems highly popular.
Its all about the ingredients, there size, and the dough. The dough is very tasty and thick, almost
sweet. You want pepperoni? That means a big handful. You only want one side?
It goes on the side, the full amount. Thats about 2 inches high. The pepperoni gets kind of greasy.
We had Canadian bacon, and onion, 19 inch style. Thats 2 inches of onions on one side.
Our pizza was not as brown as some of the other I saw. Its never crisp in the center, in fact
that becomes the "dipping" area, for the crust you know. Forget what you know about pizza.
They even wrap it up differently. Probably about an hours wait on a weekend night.
Picture is worth a thousand words, taken while smoking outside. By the way, the originator
was a chain smoker, all the while tossing pizza. Here...............

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