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jsharr 12-15-08 02:25 PM


Originally Posted by CbadRider (Post 8025347)
Huh. I don't drink a lot of milk so generally shoot up 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.


Make sure to use a clean needle.

CbadRider 12-15-08 02:30 PM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 8025368)
Make sure to use a clean noodle.

Alfredo sauce is a favorite cheese fix of mine.

jeff^d 12-15-08 02:35 PM


Originally Posted by CbadRider (Post 8025393)
Alfredo sauce is a favorite high of mine.

You can find the really good stuff at middle schools, I hear.

jsharr 12-15-08 02:37 PM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 8025368)
Make sure to use a clean noodle.


Originally Posted by CbadRider (Post 8025393)
Alfredo sauce is a favorite cheese fix of mine.


very well played shot. nice lie.

*golf clap and head nod*

Denny Koll 12-15-08 02:38 PM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 8025176)
Any truth to the rumor that you made glue and heroin pizzas with your bare hands?



Very few hourly workers are aware of the heroin/cheese connection.

CbadRider 12-15-08 02:42 PM


Originally Posted by jsharr (Post 8025442)
very well played shot. nice lie.

*golf clap and head nod*

:lol:

StanSeven 12-15-08 02:44 PM


Originally Posted by Denny Koll (Post 8025169)
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.

What's the clear liquid that drips off and looks like grease?

Denny Koll 12-15-08 02:55 PM


Originally Posted by StanSeven (Post 8025494)
What's the clear liquid that drips off and looks like grease?

Grease....from the cheese. It ain't health food.

trsidn 12-15-08 03:16 PM

it could be olive oil. Oh wait, we are talking Pizza Hut here.....

joinmarch76 05-18-16 12:15 AM

I feel your pain, mon ami; Pizza Hut (stuffed crust especially) is great taste-wise, but for some reason my stomach keeps flipping me the bird every time I eat it. I think most of the problem is the grease content. There's always grease involved with pizza to some degree, sure, but never quite Pizza Hut levels. It has a hard time agreeing with most people's digestive tracts.

eschlwc 05-18-16 02:37 AM

after an eight year study, the experts agree. pizza hut still sucks.

skijor 05-18-16 07:23 AM

Mmm.... zombie pizza

dynodonn 05-18-16 07:41 AM

The only major pizza chains' pizza that doesn't affect me, is Little Caesars and Papa Murphys and I avoid my neighborhood locally owned pizza parlor like the plague, since I always get major heartburn from their pizza.

genec 05-18-16 07:51 AM


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets (Post 8022625)
I have a similar problem with Burger King Whoppers. It's been 9 years since I've had one, but sometimes when I ride by the BK, it smells soooo dang good!

I'd just stop if I were you. Maybe move to northern New Jersey and enjoy some real pizza.

Stop, go inside, take a good look at the kitchen and general cleanliness... and think about it again.

genec 05-18-16 07:55 AM


Originally Posted by eschlwc (Post 18776891)
after an eight year study, the experts agree. pizza hut still sucks.

Really? It took 8 years and experts to figure that out??? 10 minutes with an old cardboard box and a PH pizza, side by side, could have proven that point. :roflmao2:

The real truth... the best pizza is made at home, on a your own BBQ with a good thick pizza stone and your good imagination as your guide. Think pesto vice tomato sauce... then get busy.

trsidn 05-18-16 08:02 AM


Originally Posted by genec (Post 18777295)
Really? It took 8 years and experts to figure that out??? 10 minutes with an old cardboard box and a PH pizza, side by side, could have proven that point. :roflmao2:

The real truth... the best pizza is made at home, on a your own BBQ with a good thick pizza stone and your good imagination as your guide. Think pesto vice tomato sauce... then get busy.


I am quite certain that he was referring to the 8 year gap between posts...

texaspandj 05-18-16 08:22 AM

Apparently There's no difference between fresh PH pizza and 8 yr old PH pizza.
The walking thread.

genec 05-18-16 08:34 AM


Originally Posted by texaspandj (Post 18777342)
Apparently There's no difference between fresh PH pizza and 8 yr old PH pizza.
The walking thread.

+1000

deapee 05-18-16 08:49 AM

I eat pizza like 3 times a week...and the last time I had pizza hut, it did the same thing to me. My stomach was in knots. I haven't eaten pizza from there in a couple of years.

EDIT: Lol...I got duped into responding to an 8 year old thread.

himespau 05-18-16 08:53 AM


Originally Posted by Snowsurfer (Post 8022373)
I love pizza, I love eating it without using a knife and fork, or a spoon:eek:

But what is the deal with Pizza Hut? IMHO, Pizza Hut has the best darned tasting pizza around.
I am not ragging on Pizza Hut, and I have had pizza from plenty of other places, but why does Pizza Hut make me sick? Does anyone else get sick? Cramps, abdominal pain, discomfort, then diarrhea.

Anyone here in public health, or have knowledge of nutrition and can give me the background info on Pizza Hut?

<-----loves the taste of pizza hut pizza :love::love::love:
<-----does not like getting sick

Same reason you like the flavor - all that grease they use.

himespau 05-18-16 08:59 AM


Originally Posted by deapee (Post 18777402)
I eat pizza like 3 times a week...and the last time I had pizza hut, it did the same thing to me. My stomach was in knots. I haven't eaten pizza from there in a couple of years.

EDIT: Lol...I got duped into responding to an 8 year old thread.

me too.

on vacations, I still occasionally get duped into the "bargain" of a pizza hut lunch buffet, but I feel it afterwards.

fietsbob 05-18-16 09:47 AM

We have several Excellent Locally Owned non franchise chain Pizzerias . too bad about your local limited choices..

mrodgers 05-18-16 10:12 AM


Originally Posted by deapee (Post 18777402)
I eat pizza like 3 times a week...and the last time I had pizza hut, it did the same thing to me. My stomach was in knots. I haven't eaten pizza from there in a couple of years.

EDIT: Lol...I got duped into responding to an 8 year old thread.

I didn't get duped, but I noticed this....


Originally Posted by LesterOfPuppets
I have a similar problem with Burger King Whoppers. It's been 9 years since I've had one, but sometimes when I ride by the BK, it smells soooo dang good!


Originally Posted by genec (Post 18777280)
Stop, go inside, take a good look at the kitchen and general cleanliness... and think about it again.

Wondering LesterOfPuppets, has it been 16 years now since you've had a Whopper?


As for Pizza Hut Pizza, it is much different today than it was 8 years ago. I never got sick and though I don't consider it real pizza, it use to be pretty dang tasty. Wouldn't eat it very often, but we would go every now and then. Haven't had it for a long time though so went there with the kids a few months ago. The pizza wasn't anything like it use to be.

stardognine 05-28-16 04:00 PM

Yep, Little Caesar's is about the best choice, for chain pizza. I have one fairly close, and they're cheap, but I much prefer the small place a couple miles away, made by real live Italians. ;) I hit the Italian grocery store today, and got some Greek feta salad. Very tasty, and I got a couple of the pepperoncini peppers. Those'll clear out your sinuses. :D

no1mad 05-28-16 04:33 PM

Someone bumped an 8 year old thread? On Bike Forums?? Whodathunkit?!? :lol:

My wife has decreed Pizza Hut as a verboten item in the household. I think we had it once in the last decade or so...

As to the Burger King comments goes, 1) my wife and I met on the job there and 2) the stories I could tell... Okay, y'all done twisted my arm and I'll tell a very brief one.

I was no longer working for BK but still knew most of the crew, so I decided to pop in for a social visit. I noticed that they were pouring customer drinks out of 2 liter bottles of soda that they were buying from the grocer across the parking lot. I commented what was wrong with the drink station and I was told the stations were down due to no water- and that they didn't have ANY running water. :eek: Turns out that the District Manager (a real prick)- who was not onsite- made the decision to stay open. I turned on my heel, walked outside, and called the Health Department. To this day, I still don't know what the fine was (or if there was any- I sorta wore out my welcome :D).


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