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Old 12-15-08, 10:17 AM
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Pizza Hut is a disaster. The pizza is terrible. Sounds like you need to find out what a good pizza is.

Speaking of which, I'm making a real pizza pie for dinner. Pie pan, layer of dough, sauce, cheese, pepperoni, sausage, green pepper, onion, sliced garlic. Another layer of dough on top of the filling with more sauce and cheese. Hard to eat this one without a fork!
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The thing that I don't like about them is that they fire drivers for defending themselves with firearms. It's happened numerous times. A lot of people boycott them for that.

Doesn't matter much to me anyway, since I almost never eat pizza. You pay a steep price for ingesting a key ingredient used to make glue.
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Old 12-15-08, 10:37 AM
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You pay a steep price for ingesting a key ingredient used to make glue.
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Old 12-15-08, 11:06 AM
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I used to love Pizza Hut pizzas, until I had my first Boston Pizza. I've never looked back.
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Old 12-15-08, 11:12 AM
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Way too greasy. Heck, frozen pizzas taste better.
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I used to love Pizza Hut pizzas, until I had my first Boston Pizza. I've never looked back.
drive +/-150 miles SW for the mecca of american apizza.
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drive +/-150 miles SW for the mecca of american apizza.
Lombardi's
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is ok, but 66 miles further south, and not nearly as good as what's 66 miles north of it.
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Old 12-15-08, 11:46 AM
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I am a sucker for those $5 Little Caesar's pizzas.
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Old 12-15-08, 11:53 AM
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is ok, but 66 miles further south, and not nearly as good as what's 66 miles north of it.
Sally's? Pepe's is pretty darn good, too.
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Old 12-15-08, 11:57 AM
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If in Dallas, one must go to the original Campisi's Egyptian and get the "all the way" pizza which was originally known as the pepperoni pie, then the salami pizza, before receiving it's present moniker.
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Old 12-15-08, 12:02 PM
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Sally's? Pepe's is pretty darn good, too.
grew up with Pepe's, so i'm a Pepe's guy, but it's all good in the elm city.
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Originally Posted by JoelS View Post
Pizza Hut is a disaster. The pizza is terrible. Sounds like you need to find out what a good pizza is.

Speaking of which,
I'm making a real pizza pie for dinner. Pie pan, layer of dough, sauce, cheese, pepperoni, sausage, green pepper, onion, sliced garlic. Another layer of dough on top of the filling with more sauce and cheese. Hard to eat this one without a fork!
apparently you have pizza confused for quiche.
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Doesn't quiche have egg in it?
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Originally Posted by Siu Blue Wind View Post
Doesn't quiche have egg in it?
hell if i know. i know just as much about quiche as JoelS does about "real pizza."
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hell if i know. i know just as much about quiche as JoelS does about "real pizza."
Be it quiche, "real pizza", pizza pie, whatever... it sounds delicious!
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Old 12-15-08, 12:55 PM
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Last time I had pizza hut, my friend and I were staying in a Motel room the night before a 6 day backpacking trip. We took turns in the bathroom.



That was 5 years ago.
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Originally Posted by botto View Post
hell if i know. i know just as much about quiche as JoelS does about "real pizza."
Okay what did you do with botto? Botto knows everything.
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Dairy. They use it to make glue. Cheese is a lot like a glue. It plugs up your insides. Slows down the digestion process. Increases the odds of cancer the more you eat it, since the toxins stay inside longer. As I recall, cheese also has similar effects on the brain to heroin. That's why I don't eat much of it.
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How does it have the same effect as heroin?
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I used to work at Pizza Hut too.

Dough is not premade. It is made on site daily.

There is no oil added to the pizza.
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I used to work at Pizza Hut too.

Dough is not premade. It is made on site daily.

There is no oil added to the pizza.
Any truth to the rumor that you made glue and heroin pizzas with your bare hands?
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Any truth to the rumor that you made glue and heroin pizzas with your bare hands?
If so, he likely can't remember....
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Dairy. They use it to make glue. Cheese is a lot like a glue. It plugs up your insides. Slows down the digestion process. Increases the odds of cancer the more you eat it, since the toxins stay inside longer. As I recall, cheese also has similar effects on the brain to heroin. That's why I don't eat much of it.
I think you're a little confused

From the Office of National Drug Control Policy:
"Cheese" heroin or "starter heroin" is a combination of black tar heroin and ground up cold medicine (Tylenol PM) containing acetaminophen and diphenhydramine. The mixture is a tan powder that is snorted.
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As I recall, cheese also has similar effects on the brain to heroin.
Huh. I don't drink a lot of milk so generally eat some form of cheese daily to get calcium. That explains why I get the shakes and scream at my daughter when she eats the last piece of swiss and doesn't put it on the grocery list.
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