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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Another thing, I don't think anybody in Naples cuts their pizza. As we witnessed, you're supposed to tear at it. That wouldn't fly in middle America.

How about just outside of Naples?

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Originally Posted by medtech_expat View Post
Mina and Dino took us all into the hills of old Napoli for what I can only describe as the best pizza I have ever had, the highlight of which was “pizza fritta” – a pizza which is half-fried and which Parker and I as Californians are probably forbidden from eating, at the risk of losing our state residency. The place was absolutely packed for a Thursday evening and even with Mina and Dino knowing the owners we still had to wait 90 minutes for a table. The dinner was worth every minute of that wait, and I’m forever spoiled for pizza…



Cheers,
Eddie




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post #77 of 3954
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
But this comment was particularly dumb as he's saying that the most Naples-inspired Napolitan pizza maker in NYC (Motorino, since UVPN moved to SF) is actually much better than the Napolitan pizza he is emulating.

I'd like to try it out for myself. But I love NY-style pizza in its own right--it's just a different animal and shouldn't be compared to the authentic Neapolitan stuff. Big Nick's on the UWS is awesome.

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Originally Posted by T4phage View Post
is it liek ny'ers believe that the best is found there?
something like vegas and its replicas?

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I've found many NYCers to be surprisingly provincial in their artistic and musical tastes.

Snobbish provincialism, which is even worse.

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Slathered in Red Hot sauce, with couple bottles of Rolling Rock.

Dude, Totino's pepperoni crispy crust pizza is a legitimately awesome pizza.
post #78 of 3954
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
How about just outside of Naples?




That's not a traditional Neapolitan pizza. It's some sort of fried variety.
post #79 of 3954
Actually, this is also a fairly traditional form of Napolitan pizza.
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Originally Posted by gdl203 View Post
By the way, that puffy pizza in the OP looks very much like the pizza you'd find at Olio in the village. Can't eat too much of that though, it's very filling.

Also resembles the crust at Keste
post #81 of 3954
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Originally Posted by mafoofan View Post
Snobbish provincialism, which is even worse.

One of the great things about Boston is that we have none of that.


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Originally Posted by Despos View Post
Also resembles the crust at Keste

Yep

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Also resembles the crust at Keste

Did you make this?




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In Medtech's pic, what are the eggroll looking things on the plate above the pizza?
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post #86 of 3954
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Did you make this?




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Kimchee? Is this the best pizza is Seoul threak now?
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Very cool. Thanks for the potos.
post #88 of 3954
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Originally Posted by Despos View Post
In Medtech's pic, what are the eggroll looking things on the plate above the pizza?

usually some fried starters
like fried dough
fried potato mash
etc
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Kimchee? Is this the best pizza is Seoul threak now?

Why, do you spy dog peperoni?


- B
post #90 of 3954
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Originally Posted by voxsartoria View Post
Here's our decent place down the road.


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These look like a perfect example of American "sophistication."
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