Concerning Pizza, one of the most divisive subjects or these modern times

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Posted by br0kenrabbit (13499 posts) 11 months, 14 days ago

Poll: Concerning Pizza, one of the most divisive subjects or these modern times (43 votes)

Deep Dish 28%
Thin Crust 37%
Hand Tossed 35%

How do you take your pizza? I mean, obviously, deep dish is far superior. But some of you loons are just bat-shit insane and I'd like to know who.

#1 Posted by THE_DRUGGIE (24989 posts) -

Pineapple on pizza.

#2 Posted by Toxic-Seahorse (4359 posts) -

@THE_DRUGGIE said:

Pineapple on pizza.

Yes.

#3 Posted by dave123321 (34371 posts) -

THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN

#4 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13499 posts) -

@dave123321 said:

THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN THIN

Scum.

#5 Edited by Iszdope (11411 posts) -

STOP THE MADNESS: SAY NO TO PINEAPPLE ON PIZZA!

For me - Classic crust (in between deep and thin).

#6 Posted by XilePrincess (13130 posts) -

I like regular pan pizza and thin crust. I've had deep dish but not enough to develop a love for it, but I'm sure I wouldn't be hard pressed to decide that I do.

I don't understand the hate for pineapple on pizza. It offers a certain flavor that compliments other ingredients if you have the right palette for it. I like pineapple and lots of meat on my pizza, the sausage usually has a little spiciness that the sweet of the pineapple balances out. I can't stand the crunch of a barely warmed onion on top of pizza but some people just load theirs with it. Don't get it but I won't knock it.

#7 Posted by Behardy24 (5324 posts) -

@Iszdope said:

STOP THE MADNESS: SAY NO TO PINEAPPLE ON PIZZA!

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#8 Edited by sukraj (24020 posts) -

Thin crust

#9 Posted by Darthkaiser (12447 posts) -

I had to google what deep dish was

I've never tried that looks so tasty! Wish they'd sell that where I live

#10 Posted by aia89 (2284 posts) -

Italian pizza of course. Elsewhere it's a pale imitation, sometimes an offense, to the real thing.

#11 Edited by chaplainDMK (6920 posts) -

@THE_DRUGGIE said:

Pineapple on pizza.

Why do you do this?

#12 Edited by Korvus (8243 posts) -

@Darthkaiser said:

I had to google what deep dish was

Same, back where I come from they call it "fluffy crust" =P That's my favourite anyway =D

EDIT: Ok, after looking at images that thing is way too thick XD I don't like them paper thin (which is what thin crust is for me) but I don't want a cake either =P

#13 Posted by deeliman (3487 posts) -

Deep dish master race

#14 Edited by toast_burner (22652 posts) -

Depends on what the toppings are.

EDIT: seems I've confused deep dish with thick crust. Now I've seen deep dish, what they hell? That is not a pizza.

#15 Posted by Celldrax (14809 posts) -

Deep pan all the way.

And no, I'm not some freak who puts pineapple on pizza...

#16 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13499 posts) -

@XilePrincess said:

I don't understand the hate for pineapple on pizza.

Because jalapenos + pineapple = ugh.

Save the pineapple for grilled cheeses.

#17 Posted by jasean79 (2398 posts) -

I like hand tossed. Deep dish is okay, but not my first choice.

#18 Edited by comp_atkins (32060 posts) -

deep dish is not pizza, it's a fucking casserole...

anyone who disagrees is a communist.

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#19 Posted by Master_Live (15832 posts) -

Hand tossed. Had to look deep dish too, wtf is that? Exaggeration.

#20 Edited by Master_Live (15832 posts) -
@THE_DRUGGIE said:

Pineapple on pizza.

And this is why we fail.

#21 Posted by jasean79 (2398 posts) -

@Master_Live said:
@THE_DRUGGIE said:

Pineapple on pizza.

And this is why we fail.

I don't understand why people are against pineapple. Hawaiian pizza is pretty darn good in my opinion. Why? The ham is salty and the pineapple is sweet, so it works well together. Perhaps, pineapple by itself may not be so appetizing.

And fruit on pizza is nothing new. Heck, the sauce is made from tomatoes, which is also a fruit.

#22 Posted by SaintLeonidas (26733 posts) -

@comp_atkins said:

deep dish is not pizza, it's a fucking casserole...

anyone who disagrees is a communist.

^

#23 Edited by themajormayor (24335 posts) -

lol 'muricans stop making food threads when you have never seen real food in your life.

#24 Edited by thegerg (16120 posts) -

I prefer thin and hand-tossed. It depends on from where it's coming.

#25 Edited by DaBrainz (7721 posts) -

If its not structully sound enough to eat without folding then throw it in da garbage.

#26 Posted by comp_atkins (32060 posts) -

@themajormayor said:

lol 'muricans stop making food threads when you have never seen real food in your life.

so what's "real food"?

#27 Edited by HadOne2Many (1469 posts) -

Depends, if I'm eating some nasty chain pizza then I'm going for thin crust but if I hit one of the local pizzarias it's NY style pizza (in Florida, lots of trasnplanted New Yorkers here).

Also have any of you had one of these?

#28 Edited by Sword-Demon (7001 posts) -

They're all beautiful

#29 Posted by zeroyaoi (1972 posts) -

@DaBrainz: you don't throw pizza in a garbage. :O

#30 Posted by megagene (23034 posts) -

I prefer different kinds at different times. I have a place for all of them in my stomach.

#31 Edited by GazaAli (23825 posts) -

@br0kenrabbit: Deep dish Pizza is far superior? Am I highly disappointing in you or what?

For me, it's not pizza if it had anything other than thin crust. For some reason any variation of thick crust renders pizza extremely unpalatable and unsavory. So long as the crust is thin the pizza is guaranteed to deliver in my book. You could top a thin crust pizza with whatever the hell you want and it will taste just as good. On the other hand, I don't care what you top a pizza with a thick crust with or how much you top it with as it will still taste bland and probably give me a stomachache.

#32 Posted by GazaAli (23825 posts) -

@comp_atkins said:

@themajormayor said:

lol 'muricans stop making food threads when you have never seen real food in your life.

so what's "real food"?

Well, we can all agree that deep dish pizza is not a pizza as a starter. Apparently it is food seeing how it's edible, but it's not pizza. I think "pie" would be a better title for that sort of food.

#33 Posted by johnd13 (8400 posts) -

Thin crust is all I know and love in a pizza. I had to google deep dish as well and wtf is that.

#34 Posted by GazaAli (23825 posts) -

@johnd13 said:

Thin crust is all I know and love in a pizza. I had to google deep dish as well and wtf is that.

It is the "Americanization" of pizza. Damn what an abomination lol

#35 Posted by Open-Casket (72 posts) -

Any which way. Usually I go with the flow. Whoever is ordering, I'm cool with anything. Chances are, I'm wasted eating it, so pizza is pizza.

#36 Posted by johnd13 (8400 posts) -

@GazaAli said:

@johnd13 said:

Thin crust is all I know and love in a pizza. I had to google deep dish as well and wtf is that.

It is the "Americanization" of pizza. Damn what an abomination lol

America, the land of excess. xD

#37 Edited by XilePrincess (13130 posts) -

@br0kenrabbit said:

@XilePrincess said:

I don't understand the hate for pineapple on pizza.

Because jalapenos + pineapple = ugh.

Save the pineapple for grilled cheeses.

Then don't... put both... on the same pizza? It's not like by accepting pineapple as a legitimate pizza topping that you will be forced to ingest it in every bad combination you can think of on pizza.

And I think pineapple on grilled cheese would be gross and weird, so like I said, everyone has a different palette and enjoys certain textures on certain foods.

#38 Posted by br0kenrabbit (13499 posts) -

@XilePrincess said:

And I think pineapple on grilled cheese would be gross and weird

Try it, even if just one time. Try to find pineapple slices 'in heavy syrup', those are the best.

#39 Posted by Treflis (11834 posts) -

Deep dish isn't a Pizza, It's a cake with pizza stuffing.

#41 Posted by BranKetra (49963 posts) -

Deep dish pizza is a meal I have not had, yet.

Hand-tossed is my favorite.

*Ready for battle*

#42 Posted by themajormayor (24335 posts) -

@comp_atkins said:

@themajormayor said:

lol 'muricans stop making food threads when you have never seen real food in your life.

so what's "real food"?

I don't know as I live in Sweden. But I can imagine it exists somewhere in France or Italy for example.

#43 Edited by themajormayor (24335 posts) -

@GazaAli said:

@br0kenrabbit: Deep dish Pizza is far superior? Am I highly disappointing in you or what?

For me, it's not pizza if it had anything other than thin crust. For some reason any variation of thick crust renders pizza extremely unpalatable and unsavory. So long as the crust is thin the pizza is guaranteed to deliver in my book. You could top a thin crust pizza with whatever the hell you want and it will taste just as good. On the other hand, I don't care what you top a pizza with a thick crust with or how much you top it with as it will still taste bland and probably give me a stomachache.

Exactly. If deep dish "pizza" was really superior then why don't Italians make deep dish "pizza". Italians know about food, not 'muricans.

#44 Posted by zeroyaoi (1972 posts) -

@Treflis: Pizza cake. Even better than regular pizza.

#45 Edited by BranKetra (49963 posts) -

@themajormayor said:

@GazaAli said:

@br0kenrabbit: Deep dish Pizza is far superior? Am I highly disappointing in you or what?

For me, it's not pizza if it had anything other than thin crust. For some reason any variation of thick crust renders pizza extremely unpalatable and unsavory. So long as the crust is thin the pizza is guaranteed to deliver in my book. You could top a thin crust pizza with whatever the hell you want and it will taste just as good. On the other hand, I don't care what you top a pizza with a thick crust with or how much you top it with as it will still taste bland and probably give me a stomachache.

Exactly. If deep dish "pizza" was really superior then why don't Italians make deep dish "pizza". Italians know about food, not 'muricans.

#46 Posted by zeroyaoi (1972 posts) -

@BranKetra: today is a great day to have a deep dish pizza.

#47 Posted by GazaAli (23825 posts) -

@themajormayor said:

@GazaAli said:

@br0kenrabbit: Deep dish Pizza is far superior? Am I highly disappointing in you or what?

For me, it's not pizza if it had anything other than thin crust. For some reason any variation of thick crust renders pizza extremely unpalatable and unsavory. So long as the crust is thin the pizza is guaranteed to deliver in my book. You could top a thin crust pizza with whatever the hell you want and it will taste just as good. On the other hand, I don't care what you top a pizza with a thick crust with or how much you top it with as it will still taste bland and probably give me a stomachache.

Exactly. If deep dish "pizza" was really superior then why don't Italians make deep dish "pizza". Italians know about food, not 'muricans.

I'll tell you why, its because America takes everything and makes it x100 better!

#48 Posted by chessmaster1989 (29772 posts) -

Deep dish is the best thing next to steak

All other pizza pales in comparison

#49 Posted by Serraph105 (28573 posts) -

I love deep dish pizza and medium crust is also quite good. You won't see me shy away from eating thin crust, but I'm always a tad disappointed with it.

#50 Posted by Mcspanky37 (1695 posts) -

Hand-tossed/regular sized crust is my favorite. I do like some deep dishes, just not too thick. I'm not a big fan of a mouth full of cheese I like to have good sauce and cheese to bread ratio.