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2 minutes ago, wiffleball said:

Made with toxic water,,?  

Yes that is where the flava is you fockin dingbat

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its a thick crust pizza in a square pan.  little caesars offers it nationally.

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Just now, wiffleball said:

So, the pan us the huge cultural variable? 

yah

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Detroit Pizza resembles REAL pizza, not the crap a$$ed "pizza" you get out West :( 

 

there are quite a few pizza threads here that I've voiced my opinions about pizza on. 

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13 minutes ago, JustinCharge said:

its a thick crust pizza in a square pan.  little caesars offers it nationally.

The square pan is typically metal and the sauce is on top.

Also Jesus don't get it from little Caesars.

 

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It's not bad, it's just a lot of dough. I like thin crust Chicago pizza. Focking hate new york pizza. It's like a thin crust pizza left out in the rain for a week.  

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16 minutes ago, Cdub100 said:

The square pan is typically metal and the sauce is on top.

Also Jesus don't get it from little Caesars.

 

Pizza Hut has been pimping their version for the last month or so.

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33 minutes ago, BeenHereBefore said:

Pizza Hut has been pimping their version for the last month or so.

If you get it from a national chain like Little Caesars or Pizza Hut just know that is not the real deal.

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4 minutes ago, Cdub100 said:

If you get it from a national chain like Little Caesars or Pizza Hut just know that is not the real deal.

True and just sick of Pizza Hut pimping theirs every commercial when sports is on.

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3 hours ago, Big Guy said:

Detroit Pizza resembles REAL pizza, not the crap a$$ed "pizza" you get out West :( 

 

We have real pizza out here. I make it myself. :dunno:

 

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14 hours ago, Cdub100 said:

 

Also Jesus don't get it from little Caesars.

 

Well yeah, I imagine Jesus is still carrying a grudge against the Romans.

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9 hours ago, BeenHereBefore said:

If the pizza was so great Slim Shady would have wrote a song about it. Guess he would have had to walk 8 miles to get it.

He threw it up all over his shirt. 

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It’s an abomination. Just like Chicago deep dish.

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54 minutes ago, wiffleball said:

He threw it up all over his shirt. 

:D

I heard he opened a restaurant called Mom's Spaghetti. 

 

ETA: Yep

:lol:

 

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There is a pizza place by me called Jets. They describe themselves as Detroit style deep dish. I dont give a fock what anyone says about Detroit, the pizza from Jets tastes great. Its best with turbo crust. The crust is really what makes the pizza.

Also the 8 corner is the way to go. That way every slice has a long border of buttery garlicy crust.

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1 hour ago, Frozenbeernuts said:

There is a pizza place by me called Jets. They describe themselves as Detroit style deep dish. I dont give a fock what anyone says about Detroit, the pizza from Jets tastes great. Its best with turbo crust. The crust is really what makes the pizza.

Also the 8 corner is the way to go. That way every slice has a long border of buttery garlicy crust.

Jets is the best of the pizza chains.

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Also you east coasters can go sit down. When we want to talk about ketchup on cardboard we'll let you know.

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3 hours ago, Cdub100 said:

Also you east coasters can go sit down. When we want to talk about ketchup on soggy cardboard we'll let you know.

Fixed it

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1 hour ago, Frozenbeernuts said:

Fixed it

True.

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22 hours ago, wiffleball said:

Great. I'm going to start making pizza in a bundt pan call it my own.

The Detroit-Style Pizza legacy began at Buddy’s Rendezvous Pizzeria on Six Mile and Conant street on Detroit’s eastside when in 1946 Gus Guerra and Concetta “Connie” Piccinato made their first square-shaped pizza.  Baked in forged-steel pans borrowed from local automotive plants, they were able to produce a very light and crispy crust which is now known as Detroit-Style Pizza. This was the first known square pizza in the U.S. and now, more than 75 years later, the pizza style has become a national favorite.

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3 minutes ago, nospk said:

The Detroit-Style Pizza legacy began at Buddy’s Rendezvous Pizzeria on Six Mile and Conant street on Detroit’s eastside when in 1946 Gus Guerra and Concetta “Connie” Piccinato made their first square-shaped pizza.  Baked in forged-steel pans borrowed from local automotive plants, they were able to produce a very light and crispy crust which is now known as Detroit-Style Pizza. This was the first known square pizza in the U.S. and now, more than 75 years later, the pizza style has become a national favorite.

It's not square out of the oven. It's rectangle. And I like Detroit pizza.

A lot of places in Chicago cut circle pizzas into squares except for the edges obviously. And I like chicago pizza. 

New York pizza is like catsup covered toilet paper.

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4 minutes ago, Utilit99 said:

It's not square out of the oven. It's rectangle.

You were there in 1946

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2 hours ago, nospk said:

You were there in 1946

No, but I was working in Detroit for a couple years about 5 years ago. They were rectangles. :dunno:

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2 hours ago, nospk said:

The Detroit-Style Pizza legacy began at Buddy’s Rendezvous Pizzeria on Six Mile and Conant street on Detroit’s eastside when in 1946 Gus Guerra and Concetta “Connie” Piccinato made their first square-shaped pizza.  Baked in forged-steel pans borrowed from local automotive plants, they were able to produce a very light and crispy crust which is now known as Detroit-Style Pizza. This was the first known square pizza in the U.S. and now, more than 75 years later, the pizza style has become a national favorite.

So, your saying my Bundt pizza has potential?

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15 hours ago, wiffleball said:

So, your saying my Bundt pizza has potential?

Yes…if it is made out of blue steel and came from an automotive assembly plant

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35 minutes ago, nospk said:

Yes…if it is made out of blue steel and came from an automotive assembly plant

 

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On 10/9/2021 at 12:34 PM, Cdub100 said:

Jets is the best of the pizza chains.

Jets and cloverleaf.  I like cloverleafs sauce a bit more but Jets is definitely good

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2 hours ago, supermike80 said:

Jets and cloverleaf.  I like cloverleafs sauce a bit more but Jets is definitely good

Cloverleaf is good too but Im not sure they are national. More of a local chain.

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1 hour ago, Cdub100 said:

Cloverleaf is good too but Im not sure they are national. More of a local chain.

Is Jets national?

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48 minutes ago, supermike80 said:

Is Jets national?

I would say regional to the Midwest.

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On 10/9/2021 at 11:29 AM, Frozenbeernuts said:

There is a pizza place by me called Jets. They describe themselves as Detroit style deep dish. I dont give a fock what anyone says about Detroit, the pizza from Jets tastes great. Its best with turbo crust. The crust is really what makes the pizza.

Also the 8 corner is the way to go. That way every slice has a long border of buttery garlicy crust.

For a chain restaurant, Jet's 8 corner is pretty damn good!

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I have never heard of Jets, the closest one is about a 30 minute drive. Are they worth that?

 

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