What is your favorite kind of pizza?


#81

I have two. Traditional Supreme, pepperoni, sausage, onions, black olives, green peppers. Also, margherita.


#82

My favourite pizza is made with sourdough and topped with chorizo and pickled chillies.

I love :pizza:


#83

Mushroom. Onion and pepper on there as well isn’t bad either but I just really enjoy a mushroom pizza.


#84

The local pizzeria where I live make a pizza with bacon, egg and cheese that is delicious. The egg is just a fried egg that is sort of baked in with the cheese.


#85

Glad to see lots of love for Hawaiian/pineapple pizza. Haven’t had a pizza for a few years now, but used to be Pineapple, ham, and jalapenos.


#86

There’s this great pizza spot by me and had this the other day. Honey drizzled, strips of bacon and tons of cheese.


#87

Generally, classic pepperoni or “meat-lover’s.”

However, like the three best pizzas I’ve had were all pizza margherita.


#88

Garlic, diced fresh jalapeno, and salami. Super thin crust. Cooked well done. Delicious!


#89

That sounds amazing. Where does find find such a fantastic pie?


#90

Ricotta is the secret best cheese.


#91

I’m not sure it’s such a secret…


#92

Place round the corner from mine used to do like, a desk-sized buffalo chicken and blue cheese pizza. No that elegant, but great comfort food that lasted a solid week.


#93

My local pizza place does a Teriyaki Hawaiian, that’s topped with bacon, chicken, pineapple, and teriyaki sauce. It’s also on a brooklyn crust, so mmm.


#94

Meat lovers all the way. Pepperoni, bacon, and sausage with stuffed crust. Mmm!


#95

This is me. I don’t need no fancy pizza.


#96

A restaurant called Flour and Ash in Bristol, UK. It’s menu changes regularly so each time I go I get nervous that it may not be on it!


#97

Chicken, pineapple, green pepper.

There was a place around here that used to serve that with spicy sausage and salsa instead of pizza sauce.


#98

That would drive me mental (to use a little UK slang :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: ). I was really hoping you were going to say NYC. Great name for a pizza restaurant though.


#99

Excellent use of British slang! Well, us Brits tend to steal what’s trendy in the US so I’m sure there’s an equivalent somewhere in NYC. Actually, a couple of years ago I had a very similar pizza (or pie!) in Pizzeria Delfina, San Francisco. Sorry, wrong coast I know!


#100

Haha thanks. Damn, I lived in SF prior to NYC!

I work for a company based out of the UK so if/when I get a chance to go over there again maybe I’ll hunt down that pizza.