How do you feel about... rectangular pizzas?

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#291

Getting the feckin’ square pizzas in tonight isn’t it?


#292

Il cappuccino the sandwich place


#293

I feel they’re the footcher


#294

The crate yr own ones from Asda are great. The Morrisons equivalent that I always get from work for a quid are pretty good too. The Waitrose ‘Menu’ ones are also well good, but only to be purchased when on offer (they’re about 6 or 7 quid normally I think) or in the shop at work.


#295

looks really sore to the touch :frowning:


#296

Sainsbos bros - you better not let me down!


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#297

I don’t like pizza


#298

or a pre warmed pizza stone, if you really want a treat.

Glorified round baking trays are basically a waste of time.

to answer you, @plasticniki: it’s pizza, so any shape is generally acceptable, as long as the pizza is good/well cooked. (so basically not burned or soggy, and no pineapple.)


#299

the one I had was round, and only had a swirl of tomato on top - but still damn delicious.


#300

Bought one of the posh Sainsbo pizzers a few year back and it was comfortably the worst pizza I’ve ever had. Their cheaper ones do a job though


#301

Behave yersel ttf


#302

ya frozen mug


#303

They are better with hoi sin sauce than tomatoey


#304

Tell you what’s really good

cold, mega cheap margherita pizza

Like you used to get at parties as a kid


#305

5 additional grams of pizza for 2 pounds less than the non-frozen option.


#306

i’m banking on it.


#307

two pounds more for your rickets treatment fund i guess


#308

You’d love the duck pizza from republic bier hall


#309

A rectangular pizza, strapped to a rucksack, belonging to a cyclist, in London.

No. Nothing.


#310

Like a cat. Tied to a stick. That’s driven into frozen winter shit.