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Old 03-12-2014, 01:43 PM   #21
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Corn? Corn on a pizza? I love corn but I've never thought of corn on a pizza. Kinda gives me a shiver even thinking about it.
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Corn? Corn on a pizza? I love corn but I've never thought of corn on a pizza. Kinda gives me a shiver even thinking about it.
That's what I thought the first time I saw it A mate of mine ordered that every time we went there. I flatly refuse too try it for a few years.. One night after we'd been too a few pubs, we went too get pizza before going home... Problem, I wasted all my cash on beer.. So, he as usual ordered The Californian and we shared his Family Size since he bought it for both if us.. and beggars can't be choosers.... I had a slice, then another and then couldn't stop he had too order another while we were still eatin' the first one 3 of us demolished 2 family size
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Whoaaaa , mate settle down

If I come across something that I'll deem bad pizza I won't call it pizza, I'll just call it food... There's no such thing as bad pizza

Maybe this will restore your faith... In my hometown, a place named "PizzaLand"

They have one called a Californian... and they never stuff up an order, least not one of mine and I've been going there since the late 80's when it first opened .


This is actually me sitting in front of a Californian



Mmmm It's got

Taco Sauce
Cheese
Hot Salami
Bacon
Garlic
Chili Flakes
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Corn
corn....?
corn on a pizza...?
are they trying to summon cthulhu or some other old god...?
back in the 60's there was a pizza called the 'garbage can', it was actually served in a stainless trashcan lid...
40 +- different items on it, but NO corn, ewww...
that is too weird even for kalistan...
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corn on a pizza...?
Corn on pizza is not so un-common, it seems to be a very usual topping for american pizzas, especially in Western US.

Here in Germany there is one brand who -frankly speaking- makes quite reasonable frosted pizzas. They sell a 420gram-version which also has corn on it, besides salami, kidney beans, peperoni sausage, onions



Some sprinkles of olive-oil on it and also garlic (a must) before baking gives a reasonable result...

...which is sometimes better than the telephone-ordered ones from a lousy pizza-shop nearby...moreover when it arrives cold and 1/2 hour after order
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corn....?
corn on a pizza...?
are they trying to summon cthulhu or some other old god...?
back in the 60's there was a pizza called the 'garbage can', it was actually served in a stainless trashcan lid...
40 +- different items on it, but NO corn, ewww...
that is too weird even for kalistan...
The people that own that restaurant are Italian So as far as I'm concerned if an Italian named Salvatore is a Pizza Chef and he puts corn on a pizza , then it belongs on Pizza Anything an Italian won't put on a pizza don't belong
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The people that own that restaurant are Italian So as far as I'm concerned if an Italian named Salvatore is a Pizza Chef and he puts corn on a pizza , then it belongs on Pizza Anything an Italian won't put on a pizza don't belong
i have to disagree, we have had all kinds of perversions/abominations that are committed upon innocent pizzas out here, but never corn...
pickles, mayonnaise, ranch dressing, refried beans, tuna, etc...
but never, ever, have i seen corn...
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That's what I thought the first time I saw it A mate of mine ordered that every time we went there. I flatly refuse too try it for a few years.. One night after we'd been too a few pubs, we went too get pizza before going home... Problem, I wasted all my cash on beer.. So, he as usual ordered The Californian and we shared his Family Size since he bought it for both if us.. and beggars can't be choosers.... I had a slice, then another and then couldn't stop he had too order another while we were still eatin' the first one 3 of us demolished 2 family size
I think I'd probably have to be in the same situation before I'd try corn on a pizza. It just doesn't even sound good, but ..... never say never.
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i have to disagree,
OK, so make us agree ... For arguments sake, I'm coming over too your place with some beers too watch, umm , The World Ballet Championships and you were supplying Pizza.... what could I expect ?
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...The World Ballet Championships ...
Heh, heh. Is there such a thing?
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Corn aside, this topic has enticed me out of my cozy den in Classic Movies to finally participate over here in GD&N.

I grew up in NYC, and there was a pizza parlor right across the street from my grade school. I probably ate pizza for lunch at least two or three days a week during the third grade. Somewhere I still have a photo of me as an 8-year old holding a huge slice of steaming hot pizza up to my mouth -- it took two hands and I was blowing on it to cool it down and making a funny face at the same time. Priceless.

I remember when the price for a slice went up from a quarter to 35 cents. We were outraged! Interesting factoid: the price for a slice of pizza, a hot dog from a street cart, and a subway token were all one quarter when I was in third grade. Then they all went up to 35 cents, then 50 cents, then 75 cents, then a dollar. One would go up, then the others followed suit. Eventually a slice of pizza became more expensive than a hot dog or a subway ride. But it was so worth it.

In New York, you are rarely more than a block or two from a pizza parlour. My high school newspaper did a review of every pizza joint within walking distance of the school: you had to be able to walk there without rushing, order and eat your slice at the restaurant, and walk (not run) back to school within a 40-minute lunch period. There were 20 pizza joints that qualified. Twenty!

I left NYC to go to college in Chicago, and despite being a huge fan of New York pizza, I soon learned to love Chicago deep-dish style. My friends and I sampled pizza at dozens of Chicago eateries, and we finally decided that there was no single pizzeria that was best. Gino's had the best sauce and Giordano's had the best crust, hands down. If only they could have merged, they would have had the very best deep-dish pizza.

I've been on the West Coast (USA) for 30+ years now, and I've eaten lots of pizza out here, but none as good as in NY and Chicago. I still love to eat pizza regardless, and there is some very good pizza nearby. Right in my neighborhood, we even have a truly gourmet upscale and very trendy restaurant called Pizzaiolo -- founded by one of the proteges of Alice Waters -- which has a wood-fired oven and makes excellent pizza. But I still miss those basic but huge slices of good ole cheese pizza from the neighborhood pizzeria back in Brooklyn.
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