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Discussion in 'General' started by luong1209, Aug 31, 2012.
Tried a new pizza joint last night
What's the name of the place?
Also what kind of pizza is in the 2nd pic?
its a local place, only two locations (philly suburbs)
Baby spinach, roasted peppers, gouda, fresh mozzarella, roasted garlic, fig balsamic glaze
Yeah I would also know the name of the pizza spot, it looks delicious.
Ohhhhh... I couldn't tell that the "orange things" were peppers... They kinda looked like some type of "sawse" that hardened once it was baked... I'm such a dumb ***...
Pizzas look great... How were they?
I must have gotten too close to the truth with all of that fry talk, you've managed to deflect all attention towards a misunderstanding of words.
I thought they were orange bell peppers at first then a hardened sauce lol
They were really good. Crust was thick but very airy and not too dense at all. Different style than all the other typical pizza places around here. My only complaint is price, both of them were about $50.
Got dauym 50 blickis?
Sheeeet, there better not have been slices left over & thrown away.
each pie was 8 slices. my wife and i each had 2, we threw the remaining 12 slices out.
edit: i am kidding of course, they are all wrapped up nicely in my fridge. I think this kind of pizza will be even better leftover, it will firm up a little more.
If it was only the 2 of you, could you have asked to pizzaria to make a half n half?
probably. it was my first time there and i saw that they sell slices too, so next time ill just get slices. We will be eating pizza all weekend.
Costco is selling a 27-pound tub of mac and cheese that lasts 20 years
I enjoy ketchup and mustard on my burger unless i put bbq sauce in it. on hot dogs instead of ketchup i substitute it with some sort of hot sauce normally yucateca or tapatio. ive heard about ketchup on pizza, when pizza started to gain hype in mexico people would drizzle it on it i was legit then i tried the pizza and realized there was hardly any sauce, it tasted ok but i prefer it the traditional way. i will say the pizza has improved though, the dough has always been A+. my bro said he tried mayonnaise with his chips when he was out on holiday in england, said the mayo was much better tasting than the one we have here.
Fam which spot in the crib did you go try this at?
I'm a make some Jibaritos this weekend at the crib. Prolly the sliders tho. Grew up off those
My peoples spot makes them as well over in Roscoe Village. Cuba 312
^^^ Speaking of mayonnaise and related to the burger discussion, I like to spread some mayo on the bottom bun for my burgers regardless of what other condiments I’m using. The creaminess of it complements things like mustard, BBQ sauce, etc. well.
It's just a continuation of your absurdity. No deflection needed.
Troll better next time.
Papa Cache Sabroso.
Wanted to go to La Bomba but they closed too early.
On a subject being discussed, heard the chocolate cake at Portillos is CRAZY.
The secret ingredient....mayo.
Didn’t try it though.
had me an italian sub for lunch from tastees here in NJ... you know its good if obama went here lol
Being absurd was the whole point of me trolling though, who trolls to be reasonable?
Eee Decent right on Division and Campbell. My god mother used to own the building 2 doors down.
La Bomba is ****ing trash.
La Bomba Restaurant at 3221 W. Armitage Ave. was ordered closed after health inspectors found more than 100 flies in the basement food prep and storage area.
Used to work at a bar that used to be there years back next door called Tumbao... used to have 25 cent wings on monday's, all the Humboldt Park thotties would pull up, and we'd get it cracking with the dominoes in the back too
Yeah Portillos chocolate cake is crazy. Everytime I'm home I grab a double cheeseburger / fries / cheese on the side / Lemonade and the cake to go
Warm that bad boy up later that night
Like I said troll better.
"Troll better" Also zik "stop being so absurd"
Please make your mind
These two ideas are that hard to comprehend?