Can you eat pizza with a fork?

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  • Monkey_Business
    Monkey_Business Posts: 1,800 Member
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    I think the point is to eat pizza, how it is done should not matter!
  • Lounmoun
    Lounmoun Posts: 8,423 Member
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    Lennonluv2 wrote: »
    This NYer is highly offended by those who eat Pizza with a fork.

    Pick it and fold it already and please DO NOT sop up the grease with a napkin either.

    I have never folded pizza. Something about the idea of folded pizza is gross to me. Things squishing together or something.
  • MelkaBielka
    MelkaBielka Posts: 36 Member
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    as far as I am concerned, the only wrong way is to not eat the pizza at all.
  • merimeaux
    merimeaux Posts: 304 Member
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    I only eat pizza with a fork and knife. Any other way seems uncouth. ;)
  • Vikka_V
    Vikka_V Posts: 9,563 Member
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    Anyone eat their pizza without a fork or using their hands?
    I used to practice eating like my dog when I was a kid, mouth only
  • NewlifeinNW
    NewlifeinNW Posts: 3,866 Member
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    Vikka_V wrote: »
    Anyone eat their pizza without a fork or using their hands?
    I used to practice eating like my dog when I was a kid, mouth only

    Trying to make me burn my whole face? :D
  • Lennonluv2
    Lennonluv2 Posts: 956 Member
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    Lounmoun wrote: »
    Lennonluv2 wrote: »
    This NYer is highly offended by those who eat Pizza with a fork.

    Pick it and fold it already and please DO NOT sop up the grease with a napkin either.

    I have never folded pizza. Something about the idea of folded pizza is gross to me. Things squishing together or something.

    If it's squished together you're doing it wrong.....if you are ever in NY I'll give you a lesson...any excuse for a slice.
  • Lennonluv2
    Lennonluv2 Posts: 956 Member
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    csbnga wrote: »
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    cee134 wrote: »
    Timshel_ wrote: »
    I kinda giggle when people say I only use a fork when it is hot, like cutting off a bite with a fork and eating it makes it cooler.
    I almost always start off with a fork because it's too hot. Then end with picking it up when it cools. :) She will be fine either way.

    @Timshel_ makes a good point. How does the fork help with hot pizza?

    What I don't understand is if it's too hot to touch is it not too hot to eat?

    Whats worse is that I know its going to burn my mouth, but ...in it goes anyway.

    That is why I never leave the counter.....I'm getting my slice before it's too hot to eat...that is pure torture!!
  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,711 Member
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    Not only does this method double the amount of pizza you can eat with one bite, it helps avoid the mess associated with an overloaded slice. The Fold Hold traps loose toppings, gooey cheese, and oozing sauce within the confines of the crust. It also obviates the need for a knife and fork.

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    @SabotageinStilettos
  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,711 Member
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    Bonus: The Fold Hold Drains Off Grease

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  • Timshel_
    Timshel_ Posts: 22,834 Member
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    cee134 wrote: »
    Bonus: The Fold Hold Drains Off Grease

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    That is flavor, not grease.

    Heathens.
  • Vikka_V
    Vikka_V Posts: 9,563 Member
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    cee134 wrote: »
    Not only does this method double the amount of pizza you can eat with one bite, it helps avoid the mess associated with an overloaded slice. The Fold Hold traps loose toppings, gooey cheese, and oozing sauce within the confines of the crust. It also obviates the need for a knife and fork.

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    SabotageinStilettos

    Why not just order a calzone then?
  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,711 Member
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    cee134 wrote: »
    Not only does this method double the amount of pizza you can eat with one bite, it helps avoid the mess associated with an overloaded slice. The Fold Hold traps loose toppings, gooey cheese, and oozing sauce within the confines of the crust. It also obviates the need for a knife and fork.

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    @SabotageinStilettos

    You’re not the boss of me

    Well when you come over for dinner, 3 year 50 days 4 hours and 42 minutes from now, I'm going to hide all the forks and spoons. We aren't even going to have pizza.
  • BrettWithPKU
    BrettWithPKU Posts: 575 Member
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    Chicago style or other thick styles pretty much require a fork.

    St. Louis style, and other thin styles, will probably get you laughed at to eat with a fork.

    But if the occasion is a date, fork use or lack thereof is probably not a dealbreaker, either way. Just be yourself.

  • beagletracks
    beagletracks Posts: 6,034 Member
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    Thin crust: hands, folded, knife and fork, whatever
    Deep-dish: knife and fork, hands, face directly in molten cheese, whatever
    Cauliflower crust: dump directly into trash
  • beagletracks
    beagletracks Posts: 6,034 Member
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    I don’t know but I highly recommend doing an image search for “pizza tattoo”

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  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,711 Member
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    lstrat115 wrote: »
    Now all I can think about is eating pizza and an ice cream bar that I can't have.... :#

    Why not both? But would you use a spoon to eat it?


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