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Beef, green olives, onions, pepperoni...

Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Buckocaster51, Sep 21, 2020.

  1. MarkieMark

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    The original Lido's in Tacoma/Langley park was better. About a block down from the old Jack In The Box drive through location. Across and down the block from the old Shakeys, which had "meh" pizza, but cold pitchers.

    And not all anchovies are so extremely salty. The better ones are far more mellow.
     
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  2. tfarny

    tfarny Friend of Leo's

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    I just had pizza tonight! No pics though. Shrimp, roasted whole garlic cloves, sundried tomatoes, cheese, no red sauce. Not my usual, but it was awful good. Variety is nice.
     
  3. Buckocaster51

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    Casey’s do not offer green olives. Only those black ones
     
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  4. Ricky D.

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    1. Anchovies are one of the all-time great classic pizza toppings. Thank you, Trev333 for mentioning them.

    2. Lido's makes a great pizza, probably the best pepperoni pizza ever. Armand's is also first class.
     
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    No one's mentioned missing jalapenos???? ;)
     
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  6. Chiogtr4x

    Chiogtr4x Poster Extraordinaire

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    Lido's definitely has it's own thing going on.
    " Our pizza is square because we never cut corners!"

    One slice of thick pepperoni on each small square slice; sweet sauce, cracker-thin crust.
    Unique!
    ( I know their ham/pineapple pizza is a big thing too, just prefer the pepperoni one)

    PIZZA TALK is fun!
     
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    dogmeat Friend of Leo's

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    make my side with Italian sausage instead of beef!
     
  8. koen

    koen Friend of Leo's

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    I see what you did there...
     
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    archetype Fiend of Leo's

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    Right. White anchovies in oil, not salted. Got some in the fridge right now.
     
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    Judging from past threads, I'm pretty sure I'll eat any pizza that comes from the oven of our esteemed @archetype!
     
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    Anchovies, sausage, and onions ...


    And green peppers, ....
     
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    Its been proven that pizzas without anchovies just have better tone........ :p :lol:

    No, seriously, the local Shakey's Pizza back in Tulsa in my adolescent years used to use kind of an anchovies "paste" on their pizzas. Whatever it was, I'm convinced it was somewhere around 88% salt. :confused: Had I been old enough to legally buy beer at that time, not sure I could've afforded the amount of beer it would've taken to wash that taste away.
     
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    Yum! I love pizza.
     
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    OK, now I'm hungry........
     
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    I hope that there is a slice left over for breakfast ?
     
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    I just either order anchovies on the side ( no one else in my family will eat them!),
    or keep a can in the fridge in a Tupperware container; they last forever.

    I do miss eating Shakey's 'ground beef and onion' pizza in 70's HS.
    Everyone ordered their own small pizza, when we went out, and you did NOT share!
     
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    I just discovered Kalamata olives last year. They are great!


    But pizza? Green, and black. I love traditional toppings, whaddaya got, put it on there. Even anchovies, but only occasionally. Every decade or so.
     
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    Chiogtr4x Poster Extraordinaire

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    I've never had Kalamata olives ON a pizza.
    But in a Greek salad with pizza?
    Heaven!!
     
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    Yup, just drop it in the toaster...but not too long!
     
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    Firstly I’m hungry, secondly I want a pizza.
     
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