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LesterOfPuppets 05-28-16 05:45 PM


Originally Posted by mrodgers (Post 18777658)
Wondering LesterOfPuppets, has it been 16 years now since you've had a Whopper?

Still no whoppers. I've had Pizza Hut a couple of times. Pretty uninspired pizza there.

Johng4677 01-07-20 09:48 AM

Same to me
 

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

pizza hut does the same to me every single time!

indyfabz 01-07-20 01:19 PM


Originally Posted by Johng4677 (Post 21273982)
pizza hut does the same to me every single time!

You gust quoted an 11+ year old post. Cool first post, bro.

BTW...Why do you keep eating it?

himespau 01-07-20 01:59 PM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 21274298)
You gust quoted an 11+ year old post. Cool first post, bro.

BTW...Why do you keep eating it?

Because their lunch buffet's are so tempting. Plus, the dessert breadsticks are awesome.

Hondo Gravel 01-07-20 03:51 PM

Gremlins! They have planted Gremlins in everything everywhere !!!!! :eek:

GrainBrain 01-07-20 04:03 PM

:lol: Awesome. FWIW I'm glad this was resurrected, our regional convenience store chain Casey's pizza does the same to me. Their breakfast pizza is fine but the regular pizza I stopped eating because of that.

noisebeam 01-07-20 05:25 PM

Did not know PH still existed. Don't think I've seen any round here. Well did a quick search and there are four within 5mi. I guess they don't have much of a storefront or signage.
Last time I ate at one was in on Route 9 in Hadley, MA in the early 80s'

FiftySix 01-07-20 09:38 PM

Most of the Pizza Huts around here are carry out/delivery only.

One, and I mean one Pizza Hut restaurant around here still has booths and chairs and you can have your order brought to you by a waiter. It's a shell of what it once was, though.

All the other Pizza Hut restaurants got turned into Taquerias a couple of decades ago.

I actually miss all the pizza restaurants from back in the day, even if they were franchises. Shakeys, Mr. Ghatti's, Pizza Inn, Spankey's, Square Pan, Poppa Rollo's, Godfather's, Maui Brothers . . . having a pitcher of beer with a large pie was always a good time. Especially the restaurants that had a big projector TV to watch a ball game on. But they all got Dominoed.

:50:

Speaking of pizza joints, I've noticed that Italian restaurants around here have been in serious decline over the last couple decades, too. Taquerias and Tex-Mex, while always present here, have nearly overrun all the local Italian joints.

Hondo Gravel 01-08-20 07:16 PM


Originally Posted by GrainBrain (Post 21274533)
:lol: Awesome. FWIW I'm glad this was resurrected, our regional convenience store chain Casey's pizza does the same to me. Their breakfast pizza is fine but the regular pizza I stopped eating because of that.

Ate plenty of pizza at Caseys when crossing Missouri on the Katy. Caseys was our go to store while in Mo.

skidder 01-08-20 08:14 PM

Pizza Hut has devolved into a copy of Little Cesaers, and both have pretty bland pizza. The closest one to me is about 3 miles away, but in those three miles are a Round Table Pizza store ($10 all-you-can-eat lunch buffet) and two independent pizza/Italian shops that blow Pizza Hut and Little Ceasers out of the water. Dominos ain't bad if you have a crowd over for an event and want to feed everyone; way better pizza than Pizza Hut but not as good as the "indi's" near me.

mrodgers 01-10-20 03:46 PM


Originally Posted by indyfabz (Post 21274298)
You gust quoted an 11+ year old post. Cool first post, bro.

BTW...Why do you keep eating it?

I wish someone would have necroposted in this thread in 2017. Riding on the Erie Canal trail, my buddy's wife says, "There's Pizza Hut, want to eat there?" So we ate there. Then a couple miles later entering into a park, I literally just launched myself off the bike letting it go through the grass and settle where it crashed as I bolted into the bathroom. I tore the stall up! One buddy followed and nearly died at the urinal. The other I hear enter, "HOLY ^**(&%*(^*!" and he ran for the women's bathroom.

I haven't eaten Pizza Hut since.

02Giant 01-11-20 07:29 AM


Originally Posted by GrainBrain (Post 21274533)
:lol: Awesome. FWIW I'm glad this was resurrected, our regional convenience store chain Casey's pizza does the same to me. Their breakfast pizza is fine but the regular pizza I stopped eating because of that.

Casey's pizza is disgusting, yet people claim to love it. They don't know good pizza.

genec 01-20-20 12:13 AM

Simple answer to the OP... "because you eat it."

Of course it could be a reference to their architectural style... so dated.

dmark 01-20-20 10:42 AM

Thank God I grew up in NYC and know better.
(but I don't know well enough to avoid a zombie thread)

clemsongirl 01-20-20 01:23 PM

it’s not hard to make your own and with quality and much better ingredients than a chain pizza establishment.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/...ecf7261e_c.jpg

genec 01-20-20 02:13 PM


Originally Posted by clemsongirl (Post 21292309)
it’s not hard to make your own and with quality and much better ingredients than a chain pizza establishment.

https://live.staticflickr.com/65535/...ecf7261e_c.jpg

We make ours with pesto, and cook it in a smoker on a pizza stone. (Traeger).

Oh sooo good.

Jpommier 01-21-20 08:46 PM

When I was younger, Stuffed Crust pizza from Pizza Hut on a game night with my buddies was heaven.

ksryder 01-22-20 11:57 AM

Did you know that if you mention the word "pizza" three times within five minutes of each other someone from New York will appear to say ~yOu DoN't kNoW wHaT rEaL pIzZa bEcAuSe NeW yOrK!"

himespau 01-22-20 01:56 PM


Originally Posted by ksryder (Post 21295202)
Did you know that if you mention the word "pizza" three times within five minutes of each other someone from New York will appear to say ~yOu DoN't kNoW wHaT rEaL pIzZa bEcAuSe NeW yOrK!"

To be followed shortly thereafter by someone from Chicago saying how New York pizza isn't real pizza.

noisebeam 01-22-20 03:16 PM

And someone from AZ saying the best (at least neapolita style) Pizza can be found in Phoenix.


Originally Posted by wiki
Pizzeria Bianco has been rated as the best pizza in the United States by Bon Appétit,[15] Vogue,[4] Rachael Ray,[16] and Andrew Zimmern,[17][18] and has also been recognized by Martha Stewart,[2] Oprah Winfrey,[9] GQ,[19] and Gourmet[11] In 2003, Chris Bianco won the James Beard Foundation Award for best Southwest Chef (the only pizza chef to have won a regional award)[20] and the restaurant received a nearly perfect Zagat score of 29 in 2000.[4] Pizzeria Bianco was featured in Peter Reinhart's book American Pie: My Search for the Perfect Pizza.[10]

Bianco was one of the very first of this style and use of garden/farm fresh and Italian sourced ingredients in the USA (1987/94) which helped lead to these accolades. Certainly by now the concept has spread throughout the US with many likely just as good or even possibly better. It's personal at that level.

noisebeam 01-22-20 03:22 PM

I regularly make my own pizza and dough and often use local farm mozz and veggies from my garden when in season. Only very rarely a few times a years do I buy one.


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