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    ...^your clarity is foggy...

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    This will make TC's eyes haze over!



    Vegemite and cheese stuffed crust (I specifically chose one with Pineapple)




    Another Aussie variant

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    ...^that's what happens when you allow aboriginals into the kitchen...
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    ^You must spread some Reputation around before giving it to tomcat again.

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    A truly great effort, Tomcat.

    Kinda think you've torpedoed my intention to reduce my pizza intake somewhat. Not to mention fomenting a desire to travel in Italy, especially the bottom half & Sicily & the Aeolians.

    Bugger! So much to do, so little time & lira (or should that be "euros"?).

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    a New York pie
    Anyone in Pattaya serve it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Anyone in Pattaya serve it?
    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    I met a Finnish Lassie who went on to become my GF and, in Finland,
    the place where I had my first White Christmas.
    A White Christmas sounds a lot like like a dirty trombone?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David48atTD View Post
    I met a Finnish Lassie who went on to become my GF and, in Finland,
    the place where I had my first White Christmas.
    Quote Originally Posted by Bogon View Post
    A White Christmas sounds a lot like like a dirty trombone?


    She did recommend NOT to have sex in a Sauna ... I should have listened.

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    Why??

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    ^Those hot rocks will blister your gonads...



    ...not to mention all the onlookers.

    http://i1.wp.com/redbust.com/stuff/s...n-sauna-77.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Clearly never had a slice of a New York pie then.
    Quote Originally Posted by OhOh View Post
    Anyone in Pattaya serve it?
    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    Nope.




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    ^ That is the best looking pizza I have seen posted aside aside from homemade yet. Good find. Do you go there regularly? You did not comment on the taste. Is it the best pizza you have had in LOS?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    That is the best looking pizza
    ...looking, perhaps, but did you notice the cleverly hidden pineapple chunks settling into the cheese? ...and processed ham? Puh...leeze...

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    ^ Good point I was transfixed on the pepperoni. I doubt that most NY pizzerias would even serve Hawaiian style pizza so I just glanced past it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    I just glanced past it
    ...I understand your distaste...

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    Quote Originally Posted by bsnub View Post
    ^ That is the best looking pizza I have seen posted aside aside from homemade yet. Good find.
    Do you go there regularly?
    You did not comment on the taste. Is it the best pizza you have had in LOS?
    Yes I go there regularly, they refuse to deliver despite pleas to do so on all the local food groups .
    I wouldn't be going there if the taste wasn't great, there's fuck-knows how many hundred options for pizza here besides this joint - which uses a very plain converted 40ft container as their eat-in diner area - but if you're into really thin and crispy base pizzas with minimal toppings this is the place. They never advertise, it's just word of mouth, but they do a good trade with locals and any tourists who might stumble across the location. It is the best pizza for my tastes I've had in Thailand.

    Another pic from a few visits back, they rotate the 2 or 3 pizzas in the window you can buy by the slice but you can of course order a whole pizza of whatever type you want. 125 Baht for 2 slices and they're big pieces, the pies are 18 inch:
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    ...^mouthwateringly free of fruit...

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    ^One of cooks looks a bit suss, so I'm not so sure....

    As for pineapple on a pizza, personally I like it when there's ham or bacon involved but here we go with why you can't put 10 people in front of 10 different pizzas and get a unanimous winner. For starters, I won't touch pizzas with thick crusts or anchovies where as many people don't think it's a pizza without those 2 things involved. My "fuck that" is their "yum"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    My "fuck that" is their "yum"...
    ...agree...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    It is the best pizza for my tastes I've had in Thailand.
    Looks great!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Headworx View Post
    if you're into really thin and crispy base pizzas with minimal toppings
    Yep the base is all. Toppings are personal but without the proper base. Throw it away.

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    The finest Pizza's I've enjoyed were unsurprisngly in Italy, the bar is set so high.

    Sometimes just a few herbs, used to try a different one every day never disappointed.

    If anyone can recommend a good Pizza place in C Mai , I've yet to find one, a few brave efforts.

    If in Parma

    Via Monte Altissimo, 4/b, 43121 Parma PR, Italy

    In Padua pricey perfection walking distance from centre

    Pinsa Pizzeria - Padova - Pizza



    There was guy from Abbano Terme who had a superb place here with his Sri Lankan/Thai wife alas baking back home again, David of C mai fame and I ate there daily, best food in Thailand at the time.

    Austrian Herbert's oven remains at la primavera at Phra Arthit but he's in Mae Hong Song now I heard at his other outlet, I've yet to visit it but his stsndard was always above expectation

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    All Pizza is outrageous price in Venezia the best I found was ironically at Marco Polo
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