The food everyone agrees on

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  1. Ribsspare

    Ribsspare Tele-Meister

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    We may all have differences in opinions but the one food that everyone agrees on is pizza.

    If a person says he or she doesn’t like pizza it’s because they have not found the right pizza. So yeah, pizza is the only food item that’ everyone agrees on.
     
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    I disagree. I'm on record here as saying I don't care for pizza.

    As junk food goes, it's really...dull.

    :)
     
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    I still claim this is because pizza isn't very good in the UK. Or you're contrarian. (See, I used the nice word!)
     
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    Well, that didn’t last long.
     
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    But then again...

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    You just haven’t found the right pizza. I once had a tuna sashimi pizza and it was good and not junk food. Someday you’ll find the pizza of your dreams.
     
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    Yup, you’re right.
    Best stuff ever!
    Round, square, thick, thin, Chicago style, NY style, don’t matta!
     
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    I've eaten pizza in Italy, and elsewhere. I still hold to my claim. Life is too short to attempt every combination of topping until I stumble on The One. A man's gotta know his limitations.
     
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    Ah well, at least you tried!
     
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    What passes for pizza?

    The ubiquitous pizza around here is little Caesars hot and ready.

    I get the pre-puke bile in the corners of my mouth when I even think about it.

    Toomany kids parties when my son was young and they would have a stack of them. Needless to say we learned to bring our own food or eat before hand...:confused:

    But - Thin crust lightly burnt wood or coal fired pizza? White or red ?

    Sign me up - always ready.

    Neopolitan.

    Chicago style I don’t hate but why not just eat lasagna is you’re going the thick and sloppy route.
     
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    Give me a curry and I'm a happy man. You can keep your mismatched ingredients thrown on to a doughy base.
     
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    Pizza is the only food group that gets it's own section in the Yellow Pages.
     
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    You may like a curry naan pizza or some different variation of it.

    https://sortedfood.com/recipe/13025
     
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    Well if you’re going to be that broad-based on your definition of pizza of course eventually there will be something that can be called pizza that almost anyone can say they'd like. Then again what you’re describing above almost sounds more like crostini or bruschetta both of which I think can easily overlap or stretch to be called “pizza”.
     
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    EDIT: Actually, I'm with you on this. My wife's family is from a country few people have heard of, but it's a "curry culture" and that's our favourite meal at home. Unfortunately, many people in North America either don't know about Indian food or are suspicious of foreigners and their food.
     
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    BACON!
     
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