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    Quote Originally Posted by Powder Ho View Post
    Weed sure is.
    True. Cars are also better. But that's it. ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ötzi View Post
    Nothing is, my man.
    Mountain biking is actually much better.
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    In my opinion wood firing is the apotheosis of pizza cooking. A good, thin-crust wood fired pizza is impossible to beat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seano732 View Post
    Upper Crust is the shit.
    You ever go to Il Vicino? That’s pretty good fancy-ass pizza, wood-fired.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    In my opinion wood firing is the apotheosis of pizza cooking. A good, thin-crust wood fired pizza is impossible to beat.
    AD's looking for a fight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    We need to ride and Pizza in the Front Range sometime. Is there a solid Pizza joint in Boulder?
    I used to go to some NYC slice joint that was excellent out on 28th.
    Yer thinking of Abo’s. What you are actually looking for is Audrey Jane’s Pizza Garage.

    But what you really want is the best pizza in the country, Tony’s Pizza in Whitesburo NY.

    It all comes back to the Upstates I guess.

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    This thread reminds me I have a lou malnati's deep dish in the freezer.

    Also had a buffalo chicken pizza from a wood fired joint in Livingston(Gil's/Murray) the other day that was I think $12 for a 12".

    I'm an equal opportunity pizza eater.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    Mountain biking is actually much better.
    I feel like Internet speed is up significantly since I was 12.

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    And yet the box fan hasn’t really evolved.
    I still call it The Jake.

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    How much do you pay for pizza?

    Quote Originally Posted by BmillsSkier View Post
    And yet the box fan hasn’t really evolved.
    Can we just take the damn door off the hinge? 20 years of progress and we can’t buy a screwdriver?

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    Well, TGR isn't really ready to invest in this place so the screwdriver acquisition has been on hold for a while.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EWG View Post
    Yer thinking of Abo’s. What you are actually looking for is Audrey Jane’s Pizza Garage.

    But what you really want is the best pizza in the country, Tony’s Pizza in Whitesburo NY.

    It all comes back to the Upstates I guess.
    I haven't been to Audrey Jane's, but for South Boulder, Cosmo's is definitely better than Abo's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Danno View Post
    I haven't been to Audrey Jane's, but for South Boulder, Cosmo's is definitely better than Abo's.
    Ah, Cosmo's. Definitely beat out Abo's when it opened on the Hill. Great spot, right next to K's after I got drunk.

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    ~18 CAD picked up. 12 incher, five toppings.

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    My second favorite pizza place in town, she picked it up, hence the veg overload. Best dough if not a touch dense and chewy as it cools.

    Colourful af though, and the veggies added a super fresh taste but overall a bit light for me.
    Last edited by Thaleia; 05-11-2021 at 12:36 AM.

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    It has the proper ‘cup and char’ pepperoni...
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    Some things are best kept between a man and his credit card company.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    ~18 CAD picked up. 12 incher, five toppings.
    My second favorite pizza place in town, she picked it up, hence the veg overload. Best dough if not a touch dense and chewy as it cools.

    Colourful af though, and the veggies added a super fresh taste but a bit light for my tastes.
    I've been to Venezia Pizza, but in North York. Same Company?

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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    In my opinion wood firing is the apotheosis of pizza cooking. A good, thin-crust wood fired pizza is impossible to beat.
    I miss the coal-fired pizzas of Connecticut.

    Where I live now a large cheese (which I think of as more of a medium) is $13. It's fine, but not particularly great. Some days it seems to be better than others from the same local place. Still, it's cheap and walkable, so we get it every week or two.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rideit View Post
    It has the proper ‘cup and char’ pepperoni...
    They have a double pepperoni pizza that is just sublime.

    Quote Originally Posted by jackattack View Post
    Some things are best kept between a man and his credit card company.
    By the time I'm making poor choices the good pizza places are always closed..

    Quote Originally Posted by Ted Striker View Post
    I've been to Venezia Pizza, but in North York. Same Company?
    Props - so close, but no, they don't seem to be affiliated. Was that place very good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by John_B View Post
    After a month in Thailand my wife and I came home and went out to get pizza with her parents. MIL was insistent that we had to order the Thai pizza. What a letdown.
    Ha! OK I like Thai food, I like carrots, I like peanuts and I even like Thai people. I will sure as shit find something at the Thai eatery. I guarantee if I went to Thailand I would find some of the best food in the world. That said I have an irrational hatred towards warm food with peanuts on it. Ick!! I mean it never really stops me from eating it but I have a vision of how glorious it would be without the fucking peanuts on it.

    How’d you like the finest steak in the world?
    Sure!
    I wasn’t finished, how’d you like the finest steak in the world...
    to be covered in peanuts and to taste only like peanuts?!? We know u like those fine peanuts!!!!! Here’s some extra peanuts on the table in case you don’t have enough peanuts. If you run out of peanuts, let me know, we have 1275 pounds in the back so eat all you want!!


    I pay 3.99 for Manfred von Richthofen’s finest. Traditional crust. Do not fuck with the other crusts. Think the last take out I had was a hot n ready or a domino thin n crispy. Less than 10 bucks. U can see I live alone.

    Now if I had some money: Rosalees in Longmont is very good around $20-25 for a 20” and slices available at lunch. Benny Blancos in Denver is 20 bucks for 20” toppings 1,75 or 2.00. $3.00 a slice. Both are worth a stop.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcusBrody View Post
    I miss the coal-fired pizzas of Connecticut.

    Where I live now a large cheese (which I think of as more of a medium) is $13. It's fine, but not particularly great. Some days it seems to be better than others from the same local place. Still, it's cheap and walkable, so we get it every week or two.
    I don’t understand people who order a plain cheese pizza. I know people who do that, and they seem very happy with their choice, but to me it just doesn’t compute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarcusBrody View Post
    I miss the coal-fired pizzas of Connecticut.

    Where I live now a large cheese (which I think of as more of a medium) is $13. It's fine, but not particularly great. Some days it seems to be better than others from the same local place. Still, it's cheap and walkable, so we get it every week or two.
    Coal pizza has been canceled.

    Electric pizza is the future.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The AD View Post
    In my opinion wood firing is the apotheosis of pizza cooking. A good, thin-crust wood fired pizza is impossible to beat.
    I support this message.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billyk View Post
    I don’t understand people who order a plain cheese pizza. I know people who do that, and they seem very happy with their choice, but to me it just doesn’t compute.
    i used to agree with this wholeheartedly till one of my girlfriends high school buddies opened up a place. dude makes the dough and sauce fresh every day and use an excellent full fat never frozen mozzarella. his combination of simple high quality ingredients is the best plain pie i have ever eaten. runs about $12 fer a 16 incher.


    anyplace else though, i go for the pepperoni, peppers and onions…. yum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thaleia View Post
    no, they don't seem to be affiliated. Was that place very good?
    It was quite a while ago and I honestly don't remember. Seeing the name on the box just triggered a pizza flashback. Had pretty good Ethiopian and Jerk east of Rob Ford's crack den too.

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