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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by dronefromsector7G, 17 Mar 2017.
Trust me, it was fabulous.
Haha, I had the egg one by accident in Tunisia 27 years ago I couldn't read the menu proper and wasn't sure what was on it, but it was superb and had them ever since, also nice with a duck egg on :)
comes in a kit, you have to make it yourself
Should always add anchovies, forget that it's fish, enhances the flavour of most things!
Oriental chicken with extra Pineapple with a deep pan base, if I'm being good, then it'll be home made chicken, tuna, pineapple, olives on wholemeal pitta style.
If by "packet" they mean dried pasta, there's absolutely nothing wrong with that whatsoever.
If making pasta dishes at home, you can make egg pasta yourself dead easy, but if you can't be arsed then decent dried pasta is just fine. And if you need a hard, semolina-based pasta (like spaghetti or penne for example) you absolutely SHOULD use dried, since its very difficult/impossible to make at home.
Shop bought "fresh" stuff sold chilled in bags is to be avoided at all costs; it is absolute garbage. You get a MUCH better finished dish with dried pasta.
Proper itallian pizza or New York pizza is the best hands down. I try not to spoil it with too many toppings so usually just go for a margherita. If im feeling fancy i go for the Napoletana (anhovies, capers, olives).
My main gripe about take aways over here is the pizza, they are horrible. you cant find a proper pizza anywhere
Never even heard of a new york pizza. Sure you don't mean Chicago?
Here in the uk we do a frozen 'Chigago town' frozen pizza, sold in most supermarkets. Very conveniently microwavable. I would recommend these small pizzas for emergency clay pigeon discs only!
Deep dish? Its good stuff, but that isnt pizza!
Saying that though, when i was in Chicago everyone seemed to be eating pizza with a really thin crust cut into little squares. I was told that's the actual Chicago pizza, not deep dish