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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by teel, Jan 25, 2022.
My parents grew up in Altoona and I have been there hundreds of times. I have never once seen or even heard of this pizza. Maybe it is from one pizza place, but I never remember it being a thing.
some pizza from Sicily - first one is a calabrian pizza w/ burrata cheese in the middle. never had Burrata before but it's awesome and when you pop the sac the cheese flows everywhere and it's p tasty folks
this one was some pizza with onions, potatoes, olive oil sauce, and some other stuff that i don't remember
I'm never going to be able to erase this from my mind. Thanks dude.
This was pretty mind blowing in Naples.
they didn't cut your pizza for you in naples, either? i thought that was just bc those italian bastards were angry at me butchering their language
Nope gave me a fork and knife and I went to town. Crazy that was $11 for both.
yeah everywhere i went had margherita's for 5 euros and they were all 10-12inch pizzas
They have a place near Emory called Double Zero that gives you scissors to cut your pizza. Not sure if you went there when living here.
nah don't think i ever tried that place. i used to always go to that wood fired pizza place in midtown like 1-2miles from the park on the way to Buckhead. right across from that grocery store and Maddio's pizza
Probably Varuni Napoli
yeah that's the one
This seems "authentic" to the point of absolute stupidity
The funny part is they are basically stationary scissors
On vacation in Savannah, GA and this was v v good. Quattro Formaggio with guanciale.
That’s my wheelhouse. Where in Savannah?
That diavola tho
We got a pepperoni too because the first was so good.
Chicago gotta go. Easy
What is St Louis style? I feel like I am alone on an island here with thinking Chicago pizza is the best and I am ok with it
StL is cracker thin crispy crust. Tangier sauce and provel cheese.
Hot (cold?) take: Chicago Deep dish is better cold out of the fridge than hot out of the oven.
I’m confused. I see one slice of pizza and 3 other tasty-looking items that look more like casseroles/cheesy bread.
I eat most leftovers cold without reheating so I am a psycho and this might explain my preference for Chicago pizza. It does taste great cold
Schiano and co. should use this as a recruiting tool if they aren’t already.
Humble Pie in Seattle. Was a 3 minute walk from place I am staying so decided to give it a try. Pretty damn good Neopolitan pie going on here.
Friend got a vegan cheese, pulled pork and pickled red onion.
Split a soppressata, mushroom, kalamata olive, and mozeralla with wife and another friend along with a Foraged morels, lemon cream, caramelized onion, mozzarella, and gremolata (garlic, parsley, breadcrumbs, and oil). The last one stole the show.
Why is the cheese vegan but the pizza has pork on it?
I’ve had it once it it wasn’t too bad.
lactose intolerance of my friend.
I like the crust of St Louis Pizza, but the cheese is trash.
It's an acquired taste that can only be appreciated by sophisticated palates.
it has a name and it's provel and it's great
I know what it's called. And it's gross.
I get that StL pizza is weird. And if you didnt grow up with it - it probably doesnt sound very good.
I love it but Im not gonna act like the ohio wierdos who will die on a hill trying to convince you that vomit on noods is good.
More for me!
your bad opinion is noted
There was a place we went growing up that did the cracker crust, but they used a different cheese than provel (probably because it was harder to get in Montgomery). It unfortunately closed recently after something like 60 years in business, but it was my all time favorite.
When I went to St. Louis a few weeks ago the native St. Louis people refused to take me for St. Louis pizza because they hate it, yikes!
Is St. Louis style similar to Columbus style? I've had neither but I'm seeing similar tasting notes with the exception of the provel cheese which is a differentiator. I've heard enough about Tommy's from my Ohio friends to want to dive into making the regional specialty.
Faraccis is the spot for good stl style
Imos is fine but it's like pizza hut tier
Been there. It's ok, but surprisingly not near the top of restaurants in a place that has like 5 of them
Never heard of Columbus style.
Found this -
Looks like Columbus style is yeasted dough, with mozzarella. Sounds closer to Chicago pub style, which is very good.
Is St Louis the original party pizza style?
I've never had Columbus-style, but I think it's more akin to Chicago thin crust.
Davenports feels like St Louis style but I don’t think the cheese is provel
Yeah, the cheese is definitely not Provel. It does have that same crust, though.
Edit: Apparently, Davenport's is Minneapolis style.