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    Bruno's Pizza

    Quote Originally Posted by fcs View Post
    Brunose Pizza Logansport IN
    Thats funny you mentioned Bruno's. I have a lot of family in Logansport. Last time I had it there was a big difference. According to my grandfather it has changed owners several ti

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    found a place localy that does the wood fired pizza oven...unfortanalty it looks a bit "upscale" for a pizza joint. Foo Foo pizza



    http://www.800degrees.net/default.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by yellowirenut View Post
    found a place localy that does the wood fired pizza oven...unfortanalty it looks a bit "upscale" for a pizza joint. Foo Foo pizza



    http://www.800degrees.net/default.html
    I dont want to say this but that looks like bird $hit

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolperfect View Post
    I dont want to say this but that looks like bird $hit
    Not working for e either, but I am a pepperoni puritan...

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    I make my own with a Chef Boyardee pizza kit bought at a grocery store.

    In the Kansas City Area.

    Pizza Shoppe.

    Zeppi's. They were around 30 plus year ago and my parent took us when we where kids. They closed years ago. Some young people bought the recipe and opened a location. I've herd there is one in Olathe now.

    Big Cheese Pizza. I worked at one when I was in high school. My parents loved that pizza. It was good stuff. I don't think they are around anymore.

    And Westport Pizza Company when I was drinking in Westport. Great pizza when you are drunk.
    Beware of advice given by some guy on the Internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveCR View Post
    Alex's in Rolla, MO is my personal favorite. Wicked Good in Okemo, VT is very, very good too. For a (small) chain, Dewey's is pretty darned good.
    If you like NY style....Take a drive over to Bethalto IL, and try Romas.

    Best NY style Pizza west of NY.

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    Not big on Papa Murphy's, nothing is better than a greasy pepperoni and green bell pepper pan pizza from Pizza Hut doused with ranch dressing.

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    Ranch dressing? I just threw up! I like to cover the same with red pepper,,,

    jalapenos are good too, but the double-burn is about more than my mouth can tolerate.

    [my mouf ca towerate]

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    lol, don't knock it till you try it. It works with the hot wings, so why not try it on the pizza too? See the logic...

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    Quote Originally Posted by skippytheloon View Post
    lol, don't knock it till you try it. It works with the hot wings, so why not try it on the pizza too? See the logic...
    I may try it,....I dunno,... I used to have a mexican girlfriend and she shocked me by dumping katsup all over her pizza. I figured she was nuts, but then again you get some weird surprising taste sensations from some unexpected things...

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    lol, I'll never understand some ppl when it comes to ketchup with everykind of food. I cooked some really good quality rib-eye steaks perfectly at my house for a bbq once and one of the guys doused his steak with ketchup. We made him go outside and couldn't come back in till he apologized and scraped it off.

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