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Posted 4/29/13

Frodizzle wrote:

Pizza Hut is the best!!! but there is a place called Cici's pizza and you ask what pizza you want any ingredients and I mean any, and they make it for you. But they are a buffet pizza place really good. Plus they have air hockey table...I go to play air hockey. hahahaha


Oh my gosh I LOVE CICI's!!!!! I don't know if that chain is everywhere or only in the south but wow do I go crazy in there! Brownies, cheese pizza, fettuccine alfredo, and so much more!

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Hahaha yeah its good. I just wish they would make a deep dish like pizzahut...thay would be epic. The pizza huts where i live do not do the buffet anymore.
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Rays Pizza in New York
Posted 4/29/13 , edited 4/29/13

Frodizzle wrote:

Hahaha yeah its good. I just wish they would make a deep dish like pizzahut...thay would be epic. The pizza huts where i live do not do the buffet anymore.


Bro that's blasphemy they don't have that buffet anymore!!!! Pizza hut totally has the buffet still where I'm at. You need to get a petition going against Pizza hut: "buffet or gtfo". I'll sign that shiznit too.


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My kitchen. I buy the crust, marina, and cheese from an Italian store a little ways out of town, I add whatever other toppings I want, and then I cook it. It works out perfectly, since I get to have toppings and combinations that may not be available in restaurants.
I once had pizza from some place down in Tupelo, MS (I think) that I adored. They have huge and flavorful pizza with good quality ingredients. Even the crust was delicious. I don't remember the place, but it wasn't from a restaurant chain. I'm sorry, but it was about four years ago, so give me a break.


Please make me a homemade pizza and fedex it to me. I've never had homemade pizza before. v
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Posted 4/29/13
My kitchen. I buy the crust, marina, and cheese from an Italian store a little ways out of town, I add whatever other toppings I want, and then I cook it. It works out perfectly, since I get to have toppings and combinations that may not be available in restaurants.
I once had pizza from some place down in Tupelo, MS (I think) that I adored. They have huge and flavorful pizza with good quality ingredients. Even the crust was delicious. I don't remember the place, but it wasn't from a restaurant chain. I'm sorry, but it was about four years ago, so give me a break.
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Posted 4/29/13

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Frodizzle wrote:

Hahaha yeah its good. I just wish they would make a deep dish like pizzahut...thay would be epic. The pizza huts where i live do not do the buffet anymore.


Bro that's blasphemy they don't have that buffet anymore!!!! Pizza hut totally has the buffet still where I'm at. You need to get a petition going against Pizza hut: "buffet or gtfo". I'll sign that shiznit too.


SERIOUSLY!!! Its all good though lately pizzahut has gone to crap here...ita been little ceasars and papajohns...not the best but they do in a pinch. Ive also tried the chef boyardee pizza kits...its alright to. Much cheeper than than going to a pizza place.
Posted 4/29/13

Frodizzle wrote:


chase6565 wrote:


Frodizzle wrote:

Hahaha yeah its good. I just wish they would make a deep dish like pizzahut...thay would be epic. The pizza huts where i live do not do the buffet anymore.


Bro that's blasphemy they don't have that buffet anymore!!!! Pizza hut totally has the buffet still where I'm at. You need to get a petition going against Pizza hut: "buffet or gtfo". I'll sign that shiznit too.


SERIOUSLY!!! Its all good though lately pizzahut has gone to crap here...ita been little ceasars and papajohns...not the best but they do in a pinch. Ive also tried the chef boyardee pizza kits...its alright to. Much cheeper than than going to a pizza place.


Allright bro if you say so. Just want to let you know if Pizza Hut ever tries to get up in your grill again, just hit me up and we'll get that petition going lol.

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Posted 4/29/13
Pagliacci Pizza, it's a local chain in Seattle. It's New York style, you can get it by the slice or buy a whole pie! It's so delicious when I was in high school we'd sneak of campus and go there for lunch a couple times a week!
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Posted 4/29/13
The type my mum makes <3

But I do like Dominoes most out of actual brands.
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Posted 4/29/13

chase6565 wrote:


Frodizzle wrote:

Hahaha yeah its good. I just wish they would make a deep dish like pizzahut...thay would be epic. The pizza huts where i live do not do the buffet anymore.


Bro that's blasphemy they don't have that buffet anymore!!!! Pizza hut totally has the buffet still where I'm at. You need to get a petition going against Pizza hut: "buffet or gtfo". I'll sign that shiznit too.


aeb0717 wrote:

My kitchen. I buy the crust, marina, and cheese from an Italian store a little ways out of town, I add whatever other toppings I want, and then I cook it. It works out perfectly, since I get to have toppings and combinations that may not be available in restaurants.
I once had pizza from some place down in Tupelo, MS (I think) that I adored. They have huge and flavorful pizza with good quality ingredients. Even the crust was delicious. I don't remember the place, but it wasn't from a restaurant chain. I'm sorry, but it was about four years ago, so give me a break.


Please make me a homemade pizza and fedex it to me. I've never had homemade pizza before. v


lol I'm afraid it wouldn't even make it out of the front door. Somebody in my house would protest and nab it. It woud be like a seen straight out of Lord of the Rings, and I don't want any of my fingers bitten off.
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IT'S OKEHHH I UNDERSTAND....

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IT'S OKEHHH I UNDERSTAND....






But seriously... The combination of your reaction and that gif is hilarious.
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Hehe . For that complement I will one day learn to make a pizza and fedex it to you. We're now officially pizza friends.
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I have a friend who makes pizza for a living, I can tell you this already Pizza Hut serves you pizza with the best ingredient. The ingredients they use are of a quality that people with expertise in culinary art(chefs) would use. If you go to one of those fancy places, you can order something separately like today they are serving chicken with x, you can order that chicken on it's own (A la carte I think that's what they call it) the chicken served is the same chicken pizza hut use.

I can't say the same for domino, If you order a plate of something with domino's toppings, It's probably called dead cat on a dish. LOL anyway the problem is affording Pizza hut.


You can ask anyone that makes pizza for a living.. if they work for Papa John's they might bash domino but if you mention Pizza Hut they won't say a word.
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^I don't like Pizza Hut simply because of how GREASY their pizza is. I wouldn't mind their pizza if they didn't arrive seeming as though they gave them a final coating of cooking spray before sending them or something. I don't know how their pizzas get so oily if they don't add grease.

My favorite is a place called 8818 in Taiwan. They had this delectable pizza with Taiwanese pork meatballs as a topping and it was ridiculously good. My lover took me to eat there when I was visiting in January.

Another good place is The Fat Slice over in San Francisco. This was years ago, but my friend's mom paid like....$15 for that pizza. There were three kids: my best friend, myself, and his little brother. That pizza fed us for THREE DAYS. It was seriously huge. Like 20 inches across huge. And there were at least 7 toppings on that thing and it was thick, soft and just....so good.
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