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What Pizzas do DBA's prefer?


What Pizzas do DBA's prefer?

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I prefer Pepperoni Lovers from Pizza Hut
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smallmoney - Wednesday, October 11, 2017 2:02 PM
I prefer Pepperoni Lovers from Pizza Hut


I prefer OPBI... "Other People Bought It".

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Ham and Pineapple on BBQ Sauce Smile
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My mom used to make a thing called "Upside Down Pineapple Pizza". It wasn't a tomato and cheese based pizza. It was more like a dessert and, man, it made my tongue throw a party for my mouth. It was GOOD!

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I'd say my favorite would have banana peppers, sausage, and black olives on it. I'm not much a fan of Pizza Hut's crust though, there's some local chains I prefer if I'm not making my own. BigGrin
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I like a home made pizza with honey garlic sauce instead of tomato based, chicken, onoin, pineapple and tons of cheese added afterwards.
Family Pizza inspired that one for me with their honey garlic almond chicken pizza. I just removed the almonds and added onoin.
But like Jeff, free pizza is the best pizza.
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Thin Crust. Very thin and cut into slices not squares. This kind of talk has not popular in Chicago but my dad's a New Yorker and he brainwashed me early on.

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There are so many good types of pizza out there that it's hard to pick just one favorite. It depends on the mood. There's this uber thin crust at a restaurant by home that comes with a spare amount of white sauce and mozzarella. They add the prosciutto and arugula on it afterwards it bakes, soon enough to warm it a bit. This is the place that uses wood fire pizza ovens. It's simply amazing. They have great normal pizzas as well.

A chicken barbecue sauce pizza can be good if done right. So can a normal, meat-eaters pizza.

In the end, Jeff definitely has the winner: Free pizza usually tastes the best because somebody else bought it. Tongue


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Ed Wagner - Wednesday, October 11, 2017 8:04 PM
There are so many good types of pizza out there that it's hard to pick just one favorite. It depends on the mood. There's this uber thin crust at a restaurant by home that comes with a spare amount of white sauce and mozzarella. They add the prosciutto and arugula on it afterwards it bakes, soon enough to warm it a bit. This is the place that uses wood fire pizza ovens. It's simply amazing. They have great normal pizzas as well.

A chicken barbecue sauce pizza can be good if done right. So can a normal, meat-eaters pizza.

In the end, Jeff definitely has the winner: Free pizza usually tastes the best because somebody else bought it. Tongue


You talking about "Shields" or some other place, Ed?

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I tend to do a create my own on when ordering, depending on what my mood is. Normally, however, the "mold" starts with Stuffed Crust, BBQ Base, Chillies (or Jalapeños if not available) and normally Ground beef.


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