But I like both the same!
I prefer deep dish, but eat thin crust more often for health reasons.
Left is Pizza, the right is a pie
As long as it's in my belly, I don't care 🤑
Thin crust allows you to get the full favor of the toppings. Deep dish isn't more toppings, just more bread. Deep is more like glorified breadsticks.
Thin crust is for the weak.
Deep dish isn't real pizza.
Thin is in. NY style. Deep dish is cake! You want cake? Go to the frikin bakery pal. Fageda boudit
That picture is insulting. You don't eat pizza with a fork. ESPECIALLY thin crust (true pizza)
I agree. And, look closer...it's not really that thin
Easily deep dish. It is way better. Probably at least 10x better.
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Deep dish is barely even pizza
Dang man. It's beach season. Don't put that kinda thing in front of me
<takes another bite of chalky protein bar. Questions every life decision>
Stuffed crust with garlic butter dipping sauce. Because eating crust should be something to look forward to
I like both. Thin Crust is better imo.
I like thin crust more.
Lou Malnati's deep dish!
That dough, do
I like both.
Deep dish Chicago style pizza is the best. Hands down, no need to discuss
Would you care to discuss?
Deep dish is an abomination. Tomato sauce is disgusting.
So you like cheesy bread, not pizza then
Correct. And even then, bread is superior in every way to cheesy bread. But we all know that pizza reached perfection with the invention of dessert pizza. It's a scientific fact.
There's white pizza, why not deep dish white?
Holds more toppings. Has no tough outer crust many people discard.
They don't understand.
I'm from California. Hate to sound ignorant but what kind of New Yorkers like?
Paper with cheese on it
"Mr. Coffee and Rons, what you've just said is one of the most insanely idiotic things I have ever heard. At no point in your rambling, incoherent response were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought. Everyone in this room is now dumber for having listened to it. I award you no points, and may God have mercy on your soul."
i will award points if you at least know the reference though...
...NY style pizza is the only pizza though
Ooook, a simple WRONG would have done just fine...
A great dough with minimal toppings. A real simple tomato sauce, fresh mozzarella cheese, parmagiano reggiano, olive oil. Many ovens were coal or wood fired for real high heat. Home ovens hit 500°, pizza ovens maybe 600 but coal or wood can go to 800-900 degrees.
coffee - YES!!!
rons - that sounds fantastic. i make a caprisé pizza that i absolutely love. fresh basil...mmm! good god - we all start sharing ingredients i'll gain 50 lbs overnight!
I've seen many pizza food shows. Some open up a can of imported San Marzano Italian tomatoes and blend it. It's the sauce!
The dough usually uses 00 flour which is finer and higher in glutens. Ever try grilling pizza? So good! Brush the dough with OO and plot on a clean grill. Wait for a few burn marks, flip to a cool side of the grill and add your sauce and toppings, close the cover or not. It's a longer cook to get the dough done. Charred spots are great.
You know why New Yorkers fold their pizza?
They wish it was deep dish 😳
😂😂 (guess where I'm from)
ooooooh dem's fightin' words!
Topping only. i used to make amazing crust. But haven't made bread for a while
Have you lost your crown?
I was chapter queen 10 years ago. It only has a one year term. Had I lost my weight the year earlier I would've been at state queen. I kept 100 pounds off for 10 years.
Wow! That's pretty incredible.
Chicago style deep dish is the only way to eat a pizza.
Usually Thin crust....unless I'm in Chicago!
For those that have never been blessed with Buffalo pizza, it's the perfect blending of deep dish and thin crust.
With buffalo sauce
"Buffalo sauce" is a misnomer. There is no such thing. Also, Buffalo style pizza doesn't have any special flavoring that outsiders would call "Buffalo". It's just a perfect mix of Chicago and New York style pizzas.
If you are in Chicago you gotta do the thin crust! Deep dish is a Hawaiian/Alaskan thing.
I prefer regular but of these 2 options, thin crust is the more bearable. Deep dish taste just like grease.
They are both just... awful...
How about something in between?
Deep dish only because it is a rarity to get good deep dish like Giordanos in Chicago. I once ordered two from Giordanos to be delivered across country. I'm in CA.
Thin crust is good for a light snack, deep dish is good for a meal.
The meat and cheese are the good parts - the crust is just a means to deliver the good stuff to your mouth.
Why have more filler? NY style, hands down.
Please get the forks out of the picture. Pizza a hand food
Not in Italy
St. Louis style pizza reigns supreme.. Deep dish isn't bad though.
Crunchy munchy, is better than thick & gooey
I like it all
Quick but good thin pizza.
An 8" wheat tortilla or your choice.
Tomato or salsa
Cheese and grated cheese
If you like meats or veggies
In a skillet heat the tortilla while adding a little sauce, the cheeses, and a drizzle of OO. Add pepperoni if you like.
Fry until toasty, move the whole pan under a broiler or toaster oven until the cheese is brown an bubbly.
Really a quick and good little pizza.
Some people actually buy it frozen in a box! Yuck!
Thin is so much better.
I like thin crust, slightly burnt.
Always deep dish, and preferably square or rectangular, as nature intended, although I'm not a zealot about that. Papa Murphy's deep dish is round, and it's great. I don't even consider a thin crust thing a pizza anymore, more just stuff smeared on a big cracker, not a first choice even when I'm desperate.
Problem is they don't really know what pizza is outside of NY. I travelled an found crappy pies across the country. But I look at it differently. Pizza to me is like skiing. Sometimes I did down hill and other times I did x-country. Similar concept but different and both enjoyable. A brick wood or coal fire oven is a must to get the temp north of 800° for a good pie.
The pictures on the front are a disgrace to the word pizza.
Thin crust pizza is authentic pizza. That's how it's done in Italy.
If I wanted "authentic" pizza, I'd fly back to Napoli for a visit. I'd rather have great pizza instead, so I just go to the nearest Papa Murphy's and get a large three bacon deep dish baked-fresh-at-home pan of perfection.
When I lived in Brooklyn a lot of people made Sicilian pizza. A large rectangle sheet pizza. A thick yeast dough with tomato, fresh mozzarella, EVOO, basil. Shorty would bake the dough half way before adding the toppings. The crust could be 5/8-3/4". Maybe some sausage or pepperoni. In pizza the dough was the star.
That sounds about perfect, as a platform for a bunch of bacon, meats, and cheeses.
Normally I get thin but deep dish is awesome.
Deep dish isn't real pizza
I like thick crust but not deep dish. So I will go for thin.
Got to be deep dish.
Thin crust for life!!!
Deep dish is the worst. (Jean ralphio voice)