How Many of these Not Usually Found Pizzas have you tried? 🍕

  • Neopolitan - 00 dough, moz, basil, san marzano toms, hand sized but will accept the UK bastardisations
  • New York - Larger, flatter, can fold in the hand, more cheesy
  • Sicilian or Grandma - Square / thick crust, shorter proofed / hardier base with no toppings
  • Bar pie - Made in a frying pan, extremely thin and flaky crust, I think meant for bars. Topping all the way, no crust.
  • Buffalo style - focaccia style base, spicy oil and often pepperoni goes all the way to the edge and no crust
  • New Haven apizza - pronounced ‘abeets’, flat and tender with parmesan not moz and breadcrumbs not cornmeal under the dough when baking, olive oil and sometimes clams on top
  • Detroit style - Mild hard cheese instead of moz, rectangular with the sauce in stripes on top for some reason
  • Deep Dish - Tomato soup on top of cheese and huge crust ditch, baked for ages
  • Healthy / West Coast style - Artichokes, spinach, fish even.
  • Cuban - Cuban pizza has gouda in with the moz, small cracker like base.
  • Ohio valley - cold toppings only put on cooked tomato / light dusting of cheese

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Please regale me with tales of odd pizza you have eaten.

Sort the poll out, can only pick two

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Have you been watching The Pizza Show on youtube?

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No but probably pizza adjacent pizza videos.

American Pizza Slice here does Detroit style which I’ve been meaning to try but always go for the usual NYC style. They’re pre-cooked and reheated and I feel like that suits NYC style better :thinking:

You missed Nutella pizza and cauliflower base (not at the same time)

think the detroit style are cooked fresh (or at least they are if you get delivery)

they’re good either way

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I want to try it with my life

New haven apizza sounds rank

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Why in the UK our options basically mushroom or no mushroom, I demand justice.

That’s the same the world over for any topping

It’s all a sham, I’m going to the FCA

New York pizzas look the same as the type you get from the pizza vans at eg country shows, fairgrounds, car parks. Are they different?

Voted for buffalo because it sounds a bit like focaccia di Recco but probably not

Calzone
  • no

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Montreal Style - instead of a pizza topper to protect the ‘pie’ in transit, there is a large ball of dough in the centre of the pizza

  • Yes
  • No

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  • Yes
  • No

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