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Now that Mother's Day got involved in our pizza thread today., thanks to u no who.....I just want to wish ALL the Mom's a very Happy day today.....If you have a son with a Mustang, you deserve more than that..................Mom's Day pretty quiet around here.Son by with two big flower plants and then left the Boys here while He did a lawn He started yesterday before it started to get wet.Bill, Just so you know...............I'm glad Mother's day got mentioned here on TMO today...BIG WINK!
 
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Some place, I have a pic of an engineer named Jeff Feit who baked pies on a gas grill at the races using wrenches as the medium.
 
Back to pizza!!!!....Along with all the great local spots around here in Ct New Haven in particular (Pepe's, Sally's Modern Ernie's), We have the big boys.....Pizza Hut, Papa John's, Dominos, Little Ceasars to name a few. Are these nationwide?...What big names are in your neck of the woods???
 
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All the chains you listed and several others...Donatos, Marco's, MOD, Pieology. We also have a chain called Mellow Mushroom...started by a couple of Georgia Tech grads in Atlanta, GA. It used to be really good when they used actually pizza ovens. They have now transitioned to conveyors like Domino's. Still OK, but not the same. We have a local wood-fired oven joint called Earth & Stone. It's good, but expensive. Couple of others that have been in Huntsville since before I was born, Terry's Pizza (now owned by a local grocery), and Big Ed's. Both are decent. Another fairly new location called DJ's. Really good thin crust.

None of these compare to my favorite (which I think I listed here already), Varasono's in downtown Atlanta.
 

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I'm starting a new place called Woke Pizza although once someone finds the word Pizza offensive, it shall be removed. It's going to be a bit expensive at $300 a pie but well worth it to the Woke folks.

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We've removed all the ingredients because they are considered inflammatory.

Enjoy your empty box.
 

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I'm starting a new place called Woke Pizza although once someone finds the word Pizza offensive, it shall be removed. It's going to be a bit expensive at $300 a pie but well worth it to the Woke folks.

Ingredients are listed below:

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We've removed all the ingredients because they are considered inflammatory.

Enjoy your empty box.
but that empty box will piss off the tree huggers !!
 

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Back to pizza!!!!....Along with all the great local spots around here in Ct New Haven in particular (Pepe's, Sally's Modern Ernie's), We have the big boys.....Pizza Hut, Papa John's, Dominos, Little Ceasars to name a few. Are these nationwide?...What big names are in your neck of the woods???
I live outside a little town of pop. 4,200. We have Mr Mozzarella , Capilanos Pizza , 5 Star Pizza, Mountain Pizza, Sam's Pizza, Gabrials Pizza, Millano's Pizza , Kemptville Family Restaurant (makes great pizza ) and a Little Ceasars ( which is the only National chain ) I swear everyone around here is a Pizza addict !!
 
and a Little Ceasars ( which is the only National chain ) I swear everyone around here is a Pizza addict !!
We have a Little Caesars around here...They only have Pizzas available between 4 to 8 pm...makes me wonder if they actually bake them or reheat them.....being a pizza addict is something I became a long tyme ago............................My Dad had nothing to do with it..........;);););)
 
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My very first job at the age of 15 was Little Caesars. I rode my bicycle to work five days a week. I was fortunate to meet the founders of the chain. They were very nice people. Mike Llitch, the founder told me our store was the first outside the state of Michigan. I can say back then, 1985, everything was made fresh in the store the day of use. Every sauce was made that morning. Every vegetable was purchased whole and sliced for use...onions sucked for the entire store. All cheese was shredded fresh. All dough was made fresh and proofed prior to use. I'm certain it's no longer that way. The only thing we didn't do was prepare the meats. They came to us sliced ready to use.
 

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