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 Post subject: Re: The All Encompassing Pizza Thread
PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2012 1:19 am 
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would you go to Ernesto's?


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PostPosted: Fri May 25, 2012 2:06 am 
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I'd either go to this place on Boylston St near Mass Ave that I don't know the name of, or Big Daddy's in Brighton.

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chicago has the best pizza


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 Post subject: Re: The All Encompassing Pizza Thread
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i gotta be honest, I'm not a pizza Connoisseur but I do usually only like thin crust


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yeah thin crust rulez, i'm just trying to start shit.


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Spike wrote:
yeah thin crust rulez, i'm just trying to start shit.


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Doug RR wrote:
Spike wrote:
yeah thin crust rulez, i'm just trying to start shit.


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my rebuttal is whatever that crap chud posted in an attempt to justify his behavior.


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 16, 2012 8:23 pm 
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Making pizza on the grill again tonight. We got a traditional margherita pizza (red sauce, bufalo mozzarella, and fresh basil, and a white pizza (garlic/olive oil sauce) onions, shredded mozzarella and fresh basil.

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pnjguy wrote:
Making pizza on the grill again tonight. We got a traditional margherita pizza (red sauce, bufalo mozzarella, and fresh basil, and a white pizza (garlic/olive oil sauce) onions, shredded mozzarella and fresh basil.


Curious -- assuming you don't grill with charcoal, what about the grill do you feel is superior to an oven (pizza or traditional) when cooking pizza?


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Chris_H_2 wrote:
pnjguy wrote:
Making pizza on the grill again tonight. We got a traditional margherita pizza (red sauce, bufalo mozzarella, and fresh basil, and a white pizza (garlic/olive oil sauce) onions, shredded mozzarella and fresh basil.


Curious -- assuming you don't grill with charcoal, what about the grill do you feel is superior to an oven (pizza or traditional) when cooking pizza?


Not superior, just different. The grill marks give a different taste and texture to the crust altogether which i like. Its also good for parties because you can knock out a lot of pizzas in a short amount of time without taking over the entire kitchen. Tonight i'm using charcoal for the first time, so we'll see if its any different.

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How'd this turn out?


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How'd this turn out?


Besides my girlfriend's gluten-free dough going to shit, pretty good. The charcoal gave it a smokey flavor which was nice and different, but the hassle of a charcoal grill in the city wasn't worth it to do it again. I'm just gonna stick to propane from now on.

P.S. I'll be at commerica for the first time on Saturday, any nice spots for a brew before the game?

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pnjguy wrote:
Chris_H_2 wrote:
How'd this turn out?


Besides my girlfriend's gluten-free dough going to shit, pretty good. The charcoal gave it a smokey flavor which was nice and different, but the hassle of a charcoal grill in the city wasn't worth it to do it again. I'm just gonna stick to propane from now on.

P.S. I'll be at commerica for the first time on Saturday, any nice spots for a brew before the game?



If you can make it to Slows for BBQ, they have a nice beer selection. Rub BBQ as well.

http://www.motorcitybeer.com/ I have not been to, but people speak highly of it, and it's close to the ball park.


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If you can make it to Slows for BBQ, they have a nice beer selection. Rub BBQ as well.

http://www.motorcitybeer.com/ I have not been to, but people speak highly of it, and it's close to the ball park.


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