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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Ribsspare, Feb 19, 2019.
A proper biryani is a thing of wonder, but it's not really a curry
No I most certainly wouldn't. That thing is neither pizza nor curry.
I'm still looking for that pic!
I’m confident there is a pizza somewhere on this planet you wil like. Pizza does not have to have cheese or tomato.
I've been around this planet a bit, and I'm confident there isn't. Unless you really stretch the meaning of 'pizza'
As long as it's thin crust, only one or two toppings (aside from cheese and sauce, of course), NO ONIONS, and cut into squares
I am not particular, but, some things, there's just a right way of doing.
That whole “curry is the national dish of England “thing has always fascinated me.
But, a further discussion of it and any analogous cuisine in America would probably be forbidden…
Bacon is what I thought the thread was about when I clicked on it.
Sandwiches... that's all I'm gonna say.
Pizza is a food every cardiologist agrees on:
There will be biryani in my tummy before an hour's gone. It's lunchtime and some times it's good to just go with the omens.
I don't like my pizza burnt.
I'm not English...
Detroit has to have good pizza places, doesn’t it!?
I like pizza. I will also happily eat 'chinese' food morning, noon, and night. Just the sight of little white paper boxes filled with food makes me hungry. Yum.
There is a regional foods thread running now. IMO, pizza is a regional food. I really like the first quality ingredients and creative toppings of the best New York pizza. I like Chicago deep dish too. I really love the exceptionally thin crust pizza found in little Italy in New Haven and Providence, RI. I've had great pizza in Philadelphia and even Albany NY. I've never had decent pizza west of Madison, WI or south of Maryland and IMO California Pizza is , if not the worst, second worst behind the national chains. Don't get me started on Bar-B-Q (Dinosaur BBQ in 3 locations in NY) or Mexican food (almost anyplace in Texas).
I will not eat pizza with pineapple on it, or anchovies. Otherwise, yeah, pizza is good.
There is no such thing as a bad pizza .
Yeah, I'm not much of a pizza guy either. I can take it or leave it. And since I've been low-carbing lately (motivated by a TDPRI thread), I've been leaving it more than taking it lately. But then again, I'm not much of a Clapton guy either (except for Derek and the Dominos and earlier stuff). And I've never owned an IPhone, or watched a complete episode of "Lost," "Madmen," "Boardwalk Empire," or "Walking Dead." So it's probably me.