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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
PostPosted: Thu June 02, 2016 5:53 pm 
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@SkitchP wrote:
We have a local deep dish joint called Pizzapapalis that is incredible.


But in reality NY Style and Chicago Style entirely different things. Sitting down for a dinner where you have no intention of doing anything but relaxing on the couch afterwards? Chicago style

Having a couple slices at an event or walking around town? New York all the way.



And i HATE the attempts at regionalization of every damned pizza difference. There is no such thing as Detroit Style. I dont care if you're using old oil pans to make them. Its just a square fucking pizza.


I love this. Location, company, weather are all hugely important when making food choices. I often share an anecdote that I hate a buttery, oaky Chardonnay, but if I'm drinking with my grandmother then that's the first thing I'm going to order because it will make her happy.


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Skitch, I also saw a "St. Louis style" pizza while in the Gateway city. So dumb. Something about some regional cheese they use that makes it that way, but nothing else was different.

Also, I've seen Kid Rock talk about Detroit style pizza.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Skitch, I also saw a "St. Louis style" pizza while in the Gateway city. So dumb. Something about some regional cheese they use that makes it that way, but nothing else was different.

Also, I've seen Kid Rock talk about Detroit style pizza.



The detroit syle is apparently the crunchy crust square pizzas. Supposedly originated here because of unused old manufacturing oil pans or some bullshit like that. This was a term I had not heard until about 3 years ago.

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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Also, I've seen Kid Rock talk about Detroit style pizza.


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@SkitchP wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Skitch, I also saw a "St. Louis style" pizza while in the Gateway city. So dumb. Something about some regional cheese they use that makes it that way, but nothing else was different.

Also, I've seen Kid Rock talk about Detroit style pizza.



The detroit syle is apparently the crunchy crust square pizzas. Supposedly originated here because of unused old manufacturing oil pans or some bullshit like that. This was a term I had not heard until about 3 years ago.

what's the livonia style?


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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
Also, I've seen Kid Rock talk about Detroit style pizza.


You just invalidated your whole argument.

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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
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I'm pretty sure a Detroit style pizza is just an empty box with a greasy imprint so you can tell a pizza was once there.


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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
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Chicago style deep dish kinda sucks. I like a thin and crispy crust.

Also, pineapple on pizza is delicious.

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I know this isn't 100% on topic, but we don't have an all-encompassing pizza thread.

This is such an Argentine thing: https://munchies.vice.com/en_us/article ... e-internet

I remember going to that place when I was a broke college student. Haven't stepped foot in it in decades. The pizza is really not that good.


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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
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theplatypus wrote:
I know this isn't 100% on topic, but we don't have an all-encompassing pizza thread.

This is such an Argentine thing: https://munchies.vice.com/en_us/article ... e-internet

I remember going to that place when I was a broke college student. Haven't stepped foot in it in decades. The pizza is really not that good.


Thank you for sharing. Funny story. The pizza didn't look that bad though, plenty of cheese. Often in American movies the pizza has almost no cheese.


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 Post subject: Re: Pizza: Chicago Deep Dish, or New York Thin?
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Ugi's is bad. The ingredients are all very low quality. The dough tastes like cardboard. I've grown to enjoy Argentine pizza after years of hating it (which is the same thing that happens to just every foreigner who lives here for a few years), but Ugi's was never good. It's just cheap.

Tonight we went to this new "New York-style" pizza place, with a lot of skepticism. We were pleasantly surprised by the fact that it was 1) actually "New York-style", 2) very good!

But of course it was morbidly overpriced, because Buenos Aires is a needlessly expensive city.


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About five USD for a small-ish slice with pepperoni.


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About five USD for a small-ish slice with pepperoni.

If they're going high-quality, they're probably importing canned tomatoes (and perhaps other stuff). I don't think $5 for a small slice of authentic NYC pizza in BA is a bad price, honestly. It'd be $3 in NYC, but then you'd also be bleeding money out yer asshole for every other thing you did on a daily basis in that city.


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I'm a new York guy through and through, but this deep dish I'm eating in Chicago right now is fucking delicious

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@SkitchP wrote:
We have a local deep dish joint called Pizzapapalis that is incredible.


But in reality NY Style and Chicago Style entirely different things. Sitting down for a dinner where you have no intention of doing anything but relaxing on the couch afterwards? Chicago style

Having a couple slices at an event or walking around town? New York all the way.


And i HATE the attempts at regionalization of every damned pizza difference. There is no such thing as Detroit Style. I dont care if you're using old oil pans to make them. Its just a square fucking pizza.


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