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  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 25,592Member Member Posts: 25,592Member Member
    Eh...Chicago deep dish is so overrated and I’ve lived there all my life.
    Giordano’s has a pretty good thin crust though. I could crush one of those...well done/extra crispy.
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    Ohhh what is that.. I need it 🤤

    Chicago Deep Dish, baby!

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    I kid you not BUT this looks not appealing to me at all. This is a typical abomination of a what a good pizza is like. I am surprised they are allowed to call it pizza, deep dish or not. This is more like an open faced samwich hehe
    kimny72 wrote: »
    just_Tomek wrote: »
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    Ohhh what is that.. I need it 🤤

    Chicago Deep Dish, baby!

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    I kid you not BUT this looks not appealing to me at all. This is a typical abomination of a what a good pizza is like. I am surprised they are allowed to call it pizza, deep dish or not. This is more like an open faced samwich hehe

    As a native NYer, I am contractually obligated to roll my eyes every time someone calls deep-dish "pizza". It is a lovely monstrosity, and a credit to the fine city of Chicago, but not pizza <nods>.

    Come on, y'all! I've never had it. Don't go ruining my trip! :laugh:
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,945Member Member Posts: 2,945Member Member
    I loved Chicago deep dish the first time I had it, but felt socially obligated to not like it because no one else in my school group liked it. I loved dipping the crust in the sauce.

    I'm still all for the Detroit style pizza, though - Kind of an in-between NY and Chicago?

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  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,945Member Member Posts: 2,945Member Member
    kimny72 wrote: »
    I loved Chicago deep dish the first time I had it, but felt socially obligated to not like it because no one else in my school group liked it. I loved dipping the crust in the sauce.

    I'm still all for the Detroit style pizza, though - Kind of an in-between NY and Chicago?

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    Isn't that a Sicilian pie? Rectangle shaped, thick doughy crust (more like bread).

    The Italian immigrants caused one of the most enduring American cultural arguments in history by planting different types of pizza in different cities, so we would all continuously debate what really is and isn't "pizza". It's a long con. Meanwhile back in Italy they are eating all sorts of wonderful things with carafes of wine and living to be 100 by the sea.

    I have no clue. I looked up sicilian pizza and looks similar, but the crust looks different.
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,945Member Member Posts: 2,945Member Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I would go to Five Guys and order a double patty cheeseburger loaded with a medium order of Cajun fries. Then after I would go over to Abotts and order a large chocolate vanilla twist.

    I wish I had a Five Guys in my current town. I looooved their hot dogs.
  • pancakerunnerpancakerunner Posts: 1,666Member Member Posts: 1,666Member Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I would go to Five Guys and order a double patty cheeseburger loaded with a medium order of Cajun fries. Then after I would go over to Abotts and order a large chocolate vanilla twist.

    Cajun fries + ranch. Yes.
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 25,592Member Member Posts: 25,592Member Member
    I just had a delicious pumpkin apple streusel muffin (someone brought them to work), and now I want to go get 2 or 3 more! So yum!

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  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,945Member Member Posts: 2,945Member Member
    Oh, can we do pumpkin stuff now? I was gonna wait till October, but since the pumpkin muffins were thrown down, I want some pumpkin doughnuts.
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    It's never too early for pumpkin stuff. The pumpkin spice latte came out late August so that's the kickoff date for me.
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  • PAPYRUS3PAPYRUS3 Posts: 4,211Member Member Posts: 4,211Member Member
    here's a pumpkin one for you...kxbi3ztvlvax.png
  • RelCanonicalRelCanonical Posts: 2,945Member Member Posts: 2,945Member Member
    PAPYRUS3 wrote: »
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    I think I saw this in the new products thread and am still intrigued by it more than disgusted. I wish spam wasn't so calorie-dense.
  • puffbratpuffbrat Posts: 2,349Member Member Posts: 2,349Member Member
    Houston's Walnut Apple Cobbler or Key Lime Pie. Please and thank you.

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    That pie! I adore key lime pie and that one looks so fluffy and luscious!
  • quiksylver296quiksylver296 Posts: 25,592Member Member Posts: 25,592Member Member
    Savory pumpkin now...pumpkin ravioli in brown butter sauce.
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    Oooh! Healthy Choice used to do a pumpkin ravioli with asparagus that was delightful. I was so sad when they changed the asparagus to (cheaper) green beans. A frozen meal that felt indulgent. It was so good.
  • lx1xlx1x Posts: 14,309Member Member Posts: 14,309Member Member
    I like pumpkin stuff that actually has pumpkin in it, not just the spices, so pumpkin bread would be good...
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    These I would try.. not much pumpkin pie or spice kinda person..
  • WinoGelatoWinoGelato Posts: 13,322Member Member Posts: 13,322Member Member
    J_NY_Z wrote: »
    I would go to Five Guys and order a double patty cheeseburger loaded with a medium order of Cajun fries. Then after I would go over to Abotts and order a large chocolate vanilla twist.

    Cajun fries + ranch. Yes.

    I don’t think Five Guys has ranch do they? I remember thinking this also that it would be perfect to dip the Cajun fries in and remember being disappointed. Maybe they were just out.
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