Jason; A particular individual.
The pipe smoking community heavily frowns at me. Owen
No, this guy is in Norman. I know there were a couple of guys from NYC that opened a place in the Tulsa area after getting laid off from American Airlines, maybe that's them. It's not weird that I would know that.
Jason; A particular individual.
never make homemade. buy my pizza. this one shop down the block makes this capricciosa pie. prosciutto, mozarella, porto mushrooms, fresh black olives- it is super rich. great with a good beer.
now you made me hungry. congratulations.
I've always liked these combos: fresh mozzarella with basil, oregano, and thyme on a thin crust
Cheese, ham, bacon, sausage (Chorizo and Italian are my faves), and pepperoni
Mozzarella, ham, sliced almonds, pineapples, and a sprinkling of cinnamon (I took a Donato's Pizza recipe and decided to make it a lot at home).
And sometimes I like to keep it simple with cheese, with a sprinkling of basil and oregano.
Hail Sinfonia! --Josh
I like things simple: cheese with pepperoni or chicken
The Name's Rob & "I'm Shaving Through History, One Razor At A Time"
I prefer veggie pizza so it'll usually be any of the following toppings: artichoke, olives, mushroom, onion, green pepper, banana pepper, and spinach.
Please don't tempt me to buy anymore.
Shredded MWF soap or Proraso cream---------oh wait, wrong thread!!!
Gee, I'm hungry and trying not to eat before I go to bed and I have to read this thread.
All I can say is "All of the above". The wify and I make our own from scratch and it's different every time.
We'll try almost anything except pineapple. It just don't belong there.
- My friends call me Pete.
No dear that's MY razor, yours is over there!
pepperoni, sausage or ground beef, green bell pepper, onion, olives(green or black), diced tomato, mozzarella and a splash of tobasco.
Kyle, DE lifer
I often do a simple cheese pizza, but if I want something more I'm with the other guys that say they make it with whatever is in the house. Pizza, quesadillas and quiche are my go to dishes for using up leftovers.
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Paul A. Barker
Oh, boy I just loooooooove pizza!
Depends on where we order from, or whether we make it at home, but ususally the following ingredients can be agreed upon by my wife and me:
Thin wheat crust
Garlic & olive oil - no red sauce
Any variety of Italian cheeses (Mozzarella, Asiago, Fontina, Parmesan)
Sun dried tomatoes
Serrano peppers (sometimes banana peppers instead)
Varies for me. For thin Naples-style, I'll go Margherita: fresh bocconcini, basil, sliced tomato as the go-to. I had one in Italy a few years ago which was like this but then they put proscuitto on top after removing it from the oven. Fantastic.
For something different: tangy bbq sauce, red onion, chicken, then shredded mozz.
Pan style: one large sausage patty that covers nearly the whole crust.
One of the best things to moving back to the New York City area from DC was having good pizza all over the place. There's still nothing like a good, plain slice, though I do enjoy a sprinkle of Old Bay as a remnant of my years in DC. At present I'm a big fan of the Buffalo slices all the places here on the island are putting out. I slightly thicker (stronger) base. With mozzerella and chunks of chicken tossed in buffalo wing sauce. With a side of bleu cheese dressing on the side...awesome! Mmm I think I know what I'm having tonight...
Driving down the razor's edge 'tween the past and the future