Posted 13 November 2017 - 01:12 PM
Massachusetts has amazing pizza on par with NY/NJ, not a lot of people know that.
I've yet to experience this after trying like 3 places in MA. So next time I visit Boston you have to take me to your preferred pizza joints. Maybe we'll even do a little pizza tour.
Grew up in MA, so much good pizza
Posted 13 November 2017 - 02:40 PM
There's a Baltimore pizza place called Joe Squared that hosts shows in their basement. I love playing there because they give the bands free pizza. Last night was our third time playing
<tibone> 120bpm in 4/4
<tibone> PROG AS FUCK
Posted 13 November 2017 - 07:48 PM
Operation British - My Gundam chiptune album @ Anime Remix
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Posted 13 November 2017 - 11:57 PM
you guys ever had Little Caesar's Crazy bread and take a bite into it and a stream of lukewarm greasy oil squeezes into your mouth while making that shhheueeeqk sound, pretty weird.
I'd take Snapple's satirical pestering over your tired ass trolling ANY DAY.
Posted 14 November 2017 - 10:58 AM
I've always wondered if Old Chicago pizza is truly like pizza you might find in Chicago? Deep dish / pan pizza with a thick crust and lots of greasy goodness
based off what i know from documentaries and food shows, i'm gonna say thats probably the kind of chicago pizza that evolved into the Lou Malnati/ Giordano's turf war that led to a further distortion of the style. one of the so-called missing links between actual italian pizza and 'chicago deep dish' if you will
keep in mind i also have no concrete info on this but i smoke a lot of weed and watch historic shows/ docs about pizza/ random food, weird architecture and roller coasters/ amusement parks sooo
Posted 18 November 2017 - 03:42 PM
We have some decent options in Athens, GA even though it is small, understandable for a public university town I suppose. The most popular is the worst (it's called Little Italy... ). There's a place called Ted's Most Best that's operated by Mexican immigrants that probably is, indeed, the best. They offer only one size, small personal pizzas that are filling enough for most people. A focus on gourmet ingredients and fancy meats but almost all the house pies are only $9-10. Our local Domino's also kicks ass if you're into that sort of thing.
Posted 19 November 2017 - 03:07 AM
My friend and I shared a pizza (from a local pub near me that only serves their AMAZING pizza after 10 or 11 pm) the other night which we picked a funky topping for. We got pickled hot peppers, garlic, and marinated green olives. The olives are the funky topping I speak of, you never really see those as a topping option around here... only fresh black olives. They weren't bad, but they made the pizza a bit too salty overall. At least they weren't Anchovies! Those things are maximum overdrive salt deposits!
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