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Old 04-17-2013, 05:49 PM   #21
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We didn't get the chance to try Lou Malnati's while in Chicago. Maybe next time. My wife loved Giordano's and has been wanting it again so I surprised her with them.
http://www.tastesofchicago.com/categ...Malnatis_Pizza

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Old 04-17-2013, 05:52 PM   #22
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Allowances must be made at times
There's plenty of things I'd love to have from New York. The two biggest are New York style pizza(of course) and a Nathan's hot dog.
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There's plenty of things I'd love to have from New York. The two biggest are New York style pizza(of course) and a Nathan's hot dog.
Both are worthwhile endevours. I give Chicago a lot of crap but good Chicago pizza is on my list of things to try. I sure hope its not like the "Chicago-style" pizza I had in Connecticut once, or my teasing is justified.

Even more New York these days, if you ask me, are the shawarma (preferably from Ali Babba's in NYU-Land) and souvlaki skewers. I have had both in other places (even other countries) and there is something distictive about the New York version.
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That is just wrong Creamy. Wait at LEAST until the 4th date to fry your balls, Cheezy.



Pizza fail. Lou Malnati's for the win. Sorry.


Really wanted to say this....but held back.


As for the big three IMO its Lou's, Gino's not far behind, and giordanos quite a ways away.


Pequods is also a favorite.
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Both are worthwhile endevours. I give Chicago a lot of crap but good Chicago pizza is on my list of things to try. I sure hope its not like the "Chicago-style" pizza I had in Connecticut once, or my teasing is justified.

Even more New York these days, if you ask me, are the shawarma (preferably from Ali Babba's in NYU-Land) and souvlaki skewers. I have had both in other places (even other countries) and there is something distictive about the New York version.
I had "Chicago style" pizza in Hawaii one time. Worst experience ever! Nothing like the real deal.
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Really wanted to say this....but held back.
What are two things that never apply to a Cheezy thread?


(off topic and holding back)
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Hey Cheezy, does the lady love share your enjoyment of spicy?

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What are two things that never apply to a Cheezy thread?


(off topic and holding back)
dually noted
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Hey Cheezy, does the lady love share your enjoyment of spicy?
Do you think he's been Cheezy-napped?
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I am here!!!

Good question creamy...how can I put this?.....

Last night. Awesome mex restaraunt. They have this amazing habanero mango sauce...SPICY.

I take huge dallop onto my tongue....savouring.....

She leans in and well....you get it. HOT in every sense of the word. Dear god.

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