Originally Posted by Loveysmummy
I never even had deep dish when I was there..Silly me, I know.
Its just like a pie right? with a ton of filling?
What is the difference between NY style pizza and others?
Also, anyone from New York ever gone to that place based on the Soup Nazi in Seinfeld? My dad sent me the supposedly identical Mulligawtawny recipe from there, but I haven't tried it...It has a ton of
Well, there's three kinds of pizza in this town:
Deep-Dish: a Flaky, almost pie-like crust topped with lots of cheese, chunky tomato sauce, and toppings of your choice. Takes about an hour to bake it and one slice is a meal, as far as I'm concerned. The arguments about which restaurant makes the best deep dish are as heated as Cubs Vs the White Sox.
Stuffed Crust--Very similar to deep dish, but with a second crust on top--like a double crust pie, therefore increasing the loosen-the-belt factor
Thin Crust: Cracker thin crust, cut in squares with cheese, sauce and toppings. I don't particularly care for it...but oh well
NY Style Pizza is the triangular sliced, medium-thin crust, foldable slices kind of pizza, with a puffy, chewy crust around the edge. The stuff I dream about at night. Sigh. We've found a NY Style pizza place near us that delivers, and it will quell the cravings, but its just not as good as our favorite place from when we lived in NY. Heck, there are even pizza places in my hometown in FL that have better, more authentic NY Style pizza.